About Kaushambi


The current Kaushambi district was excised from the Allahabad district on April 4, 1997. The Manjhanpur District Headquarters is located on the north bank of the Yamuna River, southwest of Prayagraj, about 55 km from Prayagraj. It is surrounded by the districts of Chitrakut to the south, Pratapgarh to the north, Prayagraj to the east, and Fateburu to the west. During the Buddha's time, Kaushambi was one of the six most important and prosperous cities in India. It was the center of communication in ancient India as the main north-south and east-west routes merged in the city.
Famous for
It is the end of the river traffic and is famous for being an important trading post in Madiyadesa.


The total area is 1903 km2.


Kaushambi has a total of three subdistricts.


There are about 729 villages in the Kaushambi district.


There are nine cities in this area.

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