About Nainital District


Nainital district was part of the Kumaun district. It was separated from the Kumaun district in 1891. The district joined the state of Uttarakhand and became the district of the state in 2000. Now, it is the Judicial capital of Uttarakhand, and the High Court of the state of Uttarakhand is located in the Nainital district. 

Famous for?

Nainital district is famous for its incredible nature views. The most famous and attractive spot is Naini Lake. It is the charm of Uttarakhand. 


It is a district of Uttarakhand which is located in the northern region of India. It covers a total area of 3,860 km² with a 954,605 population, out of which Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs are the majority of religions, as per the 2011 census. It is a part of the Kumaon division. The area is surrounded by the different districts of Uttarakhand such as Udham Singh Nagar district in the south, Champawat in the east, Almora district in the north, and Pauri Gharwal in the west.


There are nine subdivisions and eight blocks in the Nainital district. 


According to the 2011 report, the Nainital district has 234 villages.

Urban cities:

The Nainital district comprises 15 cities and towns, while the largest city in the Nainital district is Haldwani. 

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