About Sambhal (Bhim Nagar) District :
Sambhal district, which had a population of around 22 lakh (2,200,000), was carved out of Moradabad district in September 2011. It consists of three tehsils : Sambhal and Chandausi, taken from Moradabad, and Gunnaur, taken from Badaun.
Sambhal city is famous for its unique kind of horn and bone craft items which is manufactured in Sarai Tarin 4 km away from Sambhal city (but included in Sambhal) which are being exported. Sambhal headquarter is situated in Pawasa Sambhal
At a Glance :
As per provisional reports of 2011 Census of India, the population of Sambhal city in 2011 is 221,334; of which are 116,008 male and 105,326 female. Total literates in Sambhal city are 92,608 of which 51,382 are males while 41,226 are females. Average literacy rate of Sambhal city is 49.51 percent, of which male literacy was 52.27 percent and female 46.45 percent. The sex ratio of Sambhal city is 908 per 1000 males and child sex ratio of girls is 936 per 1000 boys. Total children (0-6) in Sambhal city are 34,279 as per the records of Census India report on 2011. There were 17,702 boys and 16,577 are girls. The children form 15.49% of total population of Sambhal City