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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Koderma

Koderma

  Co ordinates: 24°18′12″N 85°35′24″E Area: 1500 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 7,16,259 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 397m.(Above see level) Koderma district was formed on 10th April 1994 after being carved out of the original district Hazaribagh. Koderma is surrounded by Giridih District on the East and Hazaribagh district on the South both […]

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Hazaribagh

Hazaribagh

  Co ordinates: 24.00°N 85.15°E. Area: 4,313 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 17,34,495 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 610 mt Hazaribagh district is named after its headquarters, the town of Hazaribagh. The name, Hazaribagh consists of two urdu words, hazar meaning “one thousand”, and bagh meaning “garden” – so, the literal meaning of Hazaribagh […]

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Giridih

Giridih

  Co ordinates: 24.19°N, 86.29°E Area: 4,854 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 24,45,474 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 289m (above sea level) Giridih is third most populous district of Jharkhand State according to 2011 Indian census. History of Giridih District is a part of the history of its parent district, Hazaribagh as well as […]

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Dhanbad

Dhanbad

  Co ordinates: 23.78°N 86.43°E Area: 2,052 square kilometers Total Population(Cencus 2011): 26,84,487 Climate: Transitional between a humid subtropical climate and a tropical wet and dry climate. Average Elevation: 227m (above sea level) Dhanbad district was constituted in 1956 by carving out the old Dhanbad subdivision, Chas and Chandankiyari police stations of the Sadar subdivision of […]

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Chatra

Chatra

  Co ordinates: 24.12°N 84.52°E Area: 3706 square kilometers Total Population(Cencus 2011): 10,42,304 Average Elevation: 508m (above sea level) Chatra district formed on dated 29th May 1991 by carving out a subdivision of Hazaribagh. Before that Chatra was a subdivision of Hazaribagh. Chatra city is the district head quarter of the Chatra district. The district […]

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Bokaro

Bokaro

  Co ordinates: 23.67°N 86.15°E Area: 2,883 square kilometers Total Population(Cencus 2011): 2,062,330 Climate:  Humid Subtropical Average Elevation: 210 metres from mean sea level. Bokaro district is one of the most industrialized zones in India. It is one of the twenty-four district of Jharkhand state that formed by carving out one subdivision consisting of two blocks […]

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