The Sitapur district is famous in India for its mythical and historical background. There is no formal description of his name, but as the traditional saying goes, Sitapur is called Sir Ram's wife Sita. She is said to have stayed at this place during her pilgrimage with Lord Rama. Later, King Vikramaditya founded the city in commemoration of Theta and named the place Thetapur. In 1857 Arya Samaj and Seva Samiti established their organization in the district. In 1921, thousands of The Sitapur participated in Gandhi's non-cooperation movement.
Sitapur is famous for its historical and religious heritage. Prana (the prolific Hindu literature and folklore that has the greatest influence on Hinduism) was here
Its area is 5734 km2.
The district is divided into 7 Tehsil
There are a total of 472 villages.
There are a total of four cities in the The Sitapur district.
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