Multitudes of towns and cities have developed in the heartland of Indian continent. Some people also spell it as Narora. The state of Uttar Pradesh also is not an exception. Amongst them one can easily demarcate Naraura to be of great significance. It is a residential locale and is a part of district of Bulandshahar, lying on the Ganges riverbanks. Naraura is located almost 150 kms away from Delhi.
The strategic location of Naraura also is quite significant. It rises approximately at 27.5Â° N 78.43Â° E. It has an average height of 174 meters or 570 feet.
No discussion about any town or place becomes complete without gathering enough information about Naraura town`s demographical updates. Over the years a handful of demographers have been appointed so that they could conduct numerous surveys and research works in Naraura. The extensive surveying has resulted in the formulation of a number of reports on the basis of facts that they have collected so far. Most prominent is the Census report that has been issued forth in the year 2001. According to this report, the total population of Naraura has been enumerated to be 20,376. Out of it, male populace constitutes 54 % while the total population of females comprises of 46 %. This has established the fact that females are more in number than their male counterparts. In Naraura, children who are below six years of age constitute 14 % of the population. From the report one also can get to know the highlights of the literacy condition of Naraura. As per this report the average literacy rate of Naraura has been constituted to be 58 %, even lower than that of India. 59.5 % is the average literacy rate of the entire country. However propensity of Naraura males towards education is proved from its high male literacy rate, which has shown a mark of 65 %. In comparison female literacy is quite less and thus constitutes 49 %.
Naraura houses an atomic power station and becomes its landmark. . It is called Narora Atomic Power Station, a part of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).
For facilitating accessibility this Naraura town is well connected by airports, railways. Indira Gandhi International Airport and Khurja Junction Railway Station lie in closest proximity.