Barua Sagar

Barua Sagar

Barua Sagar- Baruasagar is a city and a civil board in the Jhansi region in the province of Uttar Pradesh, India, India. It was named because of the beautiful lake called Baruasagar Tal. The Maharishi Shringarishi temple is also situated on the banks of the lake. According to Hindu mythology, Maharishi Shringarishi was a great Brahmin_ saint and was also the husband of Mother Santa. Mother Santa was the sister of Lord Rama_ King of Ayodhya.

 Demographics

As of the 2011 India census, Baruasagar had a population of 22,075. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Baruasagar has an average literacy rate of 71.62%, higher than the state average of 67.68%; 81.07% of males and 61.43% of females are literate. 1.13% of the populace is under 6 years of age. The human sex proportion of Baruasagar is 920 females for every 1000 guys, which is higher than the state normal of 912. However, the child sex ratio of Baruasagar is 873 compared to the state average of 902 females per thousand males. 92% of the number of inhabitants in Baruasagar is Hindu, 6.48% Muslim, 0.04% Christian, 1.95% Jain and other minority gatherings Near Baruasagar there is a village called Sinonian Khas or Sinonian East, where an ancient and sacred Hindu shrine of Ma Tara (Mother Tara Temple) is situated on a mountain peak.