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Shrirampur tehsil

Shrirampur taluka
श्रीरामपूर तालुका
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Ahmednagar district
Headquarters Shrirampur
 • Total 569.87 km2 (220.03 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 256,441
 • Density 450/km2 (1,200/sq mi)
 • Literacy rate 68.95

Shrirampur taluka (Marathi: श्रीरामपूर तालुका), is a taluka in Shrirampur subdivision of Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra State of India.[1]


The table below shows area of the taluka by land type. [2]

Type of Land Area (km2)  % of Total Area
Agriculture 507.34 89.03
Forest 0 0
Other 62.53 10.97
Total 569.87 100


There are around 54 villages in Shrirampur taluka. For list of villages see Villages in Shrirampur taluka.


The table below shows population of the taluka by sex. The data is as per 2001 census. [3]

Population  % of Total Population Number of Literate Literacy (% of Population)
Male 131500 51.28 103101 78.4
Female 124941 48.72 73725 59.01
Total 256441 100 176826 68.95

Rain Fall

The Table below details of rainfall from year 1981 to 2004.[4]

Year Rainfall (mm)
1981 880
1982 373
1983 668
1984 350
1985 392
1986 335
1987 582
1988 546
1989 585
1990 752
1991 401
1992 456
1993 566
1994 463.9
1995 508
1996 611
1997 312
1998 819
1999 315
2000 354
2001 341
2002 391
2003 313
2004 485

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