Chandauli district was founded in 1997. The districts are on the eastern and southern sides of the sacred Ganges. The district is named after its headquarters in Tasir. The area covered by today's district was part of the ancient Kingdom of Kashi. As part of the Kingdom of Kashi, the history of the Chandauli district is the same as the history of the Kingdom of Kashi and the Varanasi district. Before the birth of the Buddha in the 6th century BC, Varanasi was divided into 16 great nations, one of which was oak and the capital was Varanasi.
The main claim of his fame is the Chandra Prabha Wildlife Refuge. One of the lesser-known sanctuaries in India, it is home to interesting animals, birds and plants.
The area of Balrampur is 2485km2.
Chandauli is a district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Candauri has a total of 5 sub-districts.
There are a total of 522 villages in Chandauli.
There are a total of 11 cities in the Chandauli district.
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