Nainital

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  ?Nainital
Uttarakhand • India
Map indicating the location of Nainital
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Location of Nainital
Coordinates: 29°23′N 79°27′E / 29.38, 79.45
Oras zona IST (UTC+5:30)
Lualas
Kátas
11.73 km² (5 sq mi)
• 2,084 m (6,837 ft)
Distritu Nainital
Populasiun
Pangasiksik
38,560 (2001)
Kodiku
Pincode
Telepanu
Saken

• 263001/263002
• +91 - 5942
• UA 04

Coordinates: 29°23′N 79°27′E / 29.38, 79.45

Ing Nainital metung yang balen king estadu ning Uttarakhand, India. Pun tanggapan ne ning Nainital (distritu) king dibision ning Kumaon, kareng talimunduk king kabitisan ding makalual a dake ning kabundukang Himalayas. Atiu iti king lambak a maki danong (lake) katabas peras, a manga aduang milia padurut (circumference), at padurutan dang bunduk.

Notes ampong Dalerayan

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Ing Wikimedia Commons atin yang mediang maki kaugnayan kang/king:
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