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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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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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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Khunti

Khunti

Khunti District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23°04′12″N 85°16′48″E Area: 2,611 square kilometers Total Population(Cencus 2011): 531,885 Climate: Humid subtropical climate. Average Elevation: 611mt. Khunti district is historically known as birth place of Birsa Munda and the center of the activity of the Birsa movement. Khunti district is come in to existence on 12th […]

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Gumla

Gumla

Gumla District of Jharkhand State   Co ordinates: 23°N 84.50°E. Area: 5,327 square kilometers Total Population(Census 2011): 1,025,656 Climate: Gumla has a sub-tropical climate Average Elevation: 762 meters above from see level (PAT areas) Gumla During the British rule Gumla was part of Lohardaga district and later it was brought under Bishunpur province that was […]

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