Chandauli is a town and a nagar panchayat in Chandauli district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is the administrative headquarters of Chandauli District.
Geography Of Chandauli
Chandauli is located at 25°16’N 83°16’E? / ?25.27°N 83.27°E? / 25.27; 83.27. It has an average elevation of 70 metres (229 feet). chandauli is also known as bowl of rice. Area 2484.70 sq. km Latitude 24° 56′ to 25° 35′ north Longitude 81° 14′ to 84° 24′ east Population (1991) 1148732 No. of Tehsil 03 No. of Blocks 09 No. of Villages 1633 Postal Code 232104 STD Code 05412.
History Of Chandauli
Chanduali became a district in the period of Mayawati (a chief minister of Uttar Pradesh). It is the Mughal sarai which has the widest rail track in the country. It has great natural beauty in the form of Chandraprabha Sanctuary and many waterfalls which include Devdari and Rajdari. It contributes to Indian GDP by providing the various cereals from the district including paddy and wheat. It is also called the “Dhaan Ka Katora of Uttar Pradesh”. Chanduali district made contributions at the time of freedom movements. It is the District which is attached to the Bihar regions so there is lot of cultural effect from the Bihar. Chanduali District is not much developed and there are a lot of problems of infrastructure and education.
In Chanduali there is a very famous village named Khakhara which is famous for the protest against Britishers for the freedom of the India.