Bakshi Ka Talab - India

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Bakshi Ka Talab Nagar Panchayat is a city under the Bakshi Ka Talab sub district of Lucknow district in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. City is an organised settlement developed by Lucknow Development Authority (LDA). The city gets its name as Bakshi Ka Talab, which was constructed in 1807 by King Tripuresh Chandra Bakshi, while enroute to Nepal and took a halt in the area. The population of the city, as per the Census of India, 2011 is 49,166. Population density of the city is 1173 persons per sq.km, which is relatively high, when compared to that of Uttar Pradesh, i.e. 828 persons per sq.km. The current population (2019) as per ULB data is 54,082. The whole population in Bakshi Ka Talab (100%) uses onsite sanitation systems, and there is no practice of open defecation. All of the excreta in Bakshi Ka Talab is unsafely manged. This SFD Light Report was prepared by the Centre for Science and Environment India in 2020.

  • Prepared by: CSE
  • Date of production: 23/11/2020
  • Last update: 23/11/2020