West Singhbhum

West Singhbhum

West Singhbhum District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23°57′36″N 86°48′00″E Area: 5,351 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011):  15,02,338 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation:  244 Meters West Singhbhum is one of the oldest district of Jharkhand. After the British conquest of Kolhan in 1837, a new district was consequently constituted to be known as Singhbhum. […]

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Simdega

Simdega

Simdega District of Jharkhand State.   Co ordinates: 23°57′36″N 86°48′00″E Area: square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011):  599578 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 418 Meters Simdega district formed on 30th April 2001 by carving out from erstwhile Gumla District. As of 2011 it is the third least populous district of Jharkhand after Lohardaga and Khunti […]

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Seraikela Kharsawan

Seraikela Kharsawan

Seraikela Kharsawan District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23°57′36″N 86°48′00″E Area: 2,724.55 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011):  10,65,056 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation:  201 Meters Seraikela was established as a state in 1620 by Kumar Bikram Singh I and 3rd Maharaja Jagannath Singh. Later it was merged in Bihar state after independence and […]

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Sahibganj

Sahibganj

Sahibganj District of Jharkhand State.   Co ordinates: 23°57′36″N 86°48′00″E Area: 1,599 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011):  1150567 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation:  137 Meters Sahibganj district is predominantly tribes’ population part of Santhal Pargana division. Sahibganj district is formed on 17th May 1983 by carving out Rajmahal and Pakur subdivisions of old Santhal […]

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Ranchi

Ranchi

Ranchi District and Capital of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23.36°N 85.33°E Near of the Tropic of the Cancer Area: 175.12 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 1,120,374 Climate: Humid subtropical climate Average Elevation: 651 m above sea level The land of water falls Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand state. Ranchi also was the center […]

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Ramgarh

Ramgarh

  Co ordinates: 23°57′36″N 86°48′00″E Area: square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011):  949443 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation:  Not Available Ramgarh district was formed by carving out erstwhile Hazaribagh District on 12th September 2007. Ramgarh district is situated at the center of the Jharkhand state. Therefore it is also called heart of Jharkhand. The literal […]

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Palamu

Palamu

Palamu District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 24°01′48″N 84°04′12″E Area: 5,044 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 1939869 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 215m (above sea level) Palamau district is come into existence in 1892. The head quarter the district is Daltongunj, situated on Koel River. Daltongunj was named after the colonel Dalton who […]

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Pakur

Pakur

Pakur District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 24°37′48″N 87°51′00″E Area: 686.21 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 900422 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: Not Available Pakur is one of the oldest district of Jharkhand State. This district is situated at north-eastern corner of the state and bounded on the north by Sahebganj district, on […]

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Lohardaga

Lohardaga

Lohardaga District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23°26′N 84°41′E Area: 1,490.80 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 4,61,790 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 647 meters. Above see level Lohardaga district came in to exist in 1983 when Ranchi district is split into three parts named Ranchi, Lohardaga and Gumla. The district name after its […]

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Latehar

Latehar

Latehar District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23°43′48″N 84°28′12″E Area: 3,659.59 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 7,26,978 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 327m. Above sea level Latehar district was previously subdivision of Old Palamau district of Jharkhand state and remained an integral part of Palamau district as a sub division since 1924. Latehar […]

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