Narwar

Narwar
Localidad de la India
Narwar  नरवर
Narwar
नरवर
Ubicación de Narwar en Madhya Pradesh.
Ubicación de Madhya Pradesh en India.
Ubicación de Madhya Pradesh en India.
25°38′32″N 77°54′40″E / 25.64222, 77.91111Coordenadas: 25°38′32″N 77°54′40″E / 25.64222, 77.91111
Entidad Localidad
 • País Bandera de India India
 • Estado Madhya Pradesh
 • Distrito Shivpuri
Altitud  
 • Media 284 msnm
Población (Est.2010[1] )  
 • Total 18.495 hab.
Huso horario IST UTC +5:30
PIN[2] 474880
Código de área 7491

Narwar (en hindi: नरवर ) es una localidad de la India en el distrito de Shivpuri, estado de Madhya Pradesh.

Contenido

Geografía

Se encuentra a una altitud de 284 msnm a 388 km de la capital estatal, Bhopal, en la zona horaria UTC +5:30.

Demografía

Según estimación 2010 contaba con una población de 18 495 habitantes.[1]

Referencias

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