Gwalior District

Population: 2030543 (2011)

State: Madhya Pradesh

Language: Hindi

Headquarters: Gwalior


Area: 4560 square kilometers

Density of population: 445 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 77.93 % - Male: 86.28 %, Female: 68.29 %

Male Female Ratio: 1000:862


Boundaries of Gwalior District


North East: Bhind District, Madhya Pradesh

North West: Morena District, Madhya Pradesh

South: Shivpuri District, Madhya Pradesh

East: Sheopur District, Madhya Pradesh


Gwalior District Average Rainfall: 737.5 mm

Gwalior District Average Temperature in Summer: 33.95 deg C

Gwalior District Average Temperature in Winter: 15.52 deg C





Major Rivers: Chambal River

Tehsils: Gwalior, Bhitarwar, Dabra

Assembly Constituencies: Bhitarwar, Dabra, Gwalior, Gwalior East, Gwalior Rural, Gwalior South


Gwalior District Nearby Attractions


1. Gwalior Fort

2. Gujari Mahal

3. Man Mandir Palace

4. Ghaus Mohammed’s Tomba

5. Man Mandir Palace

6. Gurudwara Data Bandhi Chhod

7. Gopachal

8. Sun Temple

9. Sarod Ghar

10. Jai Vilas Palace and Museum


Gwalior District Facts: Gwalior served as the summer capital of Madhya Bharat state from 1948 to 1956. Gwalior is called the tourist capital of Madhya Pradesh. It is the fourth largest city in the state.   


Major Agricultural Products: Pearl millet, paddy, sorghum, black gram, green gram, pigeon pea, sesame, soybean


Major Industrial Products: Cotton, yarn, paint, ceramics, chemicals, leather products


What is Gwalior District Famous For: Gwalior Fort


Famous People From Gwalior District: Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Kiran Chopra, Naushad Ali, Hindu Rao, Amzad Ali Khan, Javed Akhtar, Bihari Lal


Gwalior District Pin Codes

Last Updated : Friday Jun 15 , 2012


Places in Gwalior District