Jaisalmer Population



According to the 2011 census Jaisalmer district has a population of 672,008, roughly equal to the nation of Equatorial Guinea or the US state of North Dakota. This gives it a ranking of 508th in India (out of a total of 640).

The district has a population density of 17 inhabitants per square kilometre (44 /sq mi). Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 32.22 %. Jaisalmer has a sex ratio of 849 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 58.04 %.

Jaisalmer district have three sub-divisions: Jaisalmer, Pokaran and Fatehgarh. With the same name, these are also the three tehsils of district.

Jaisalmer and Pokaran are the Nagar Palikas, while 744 villages comes under 128 Gram Panchayats. The developmental activities of the district are being looked after by three Panchayat Samities, i.e.

Jaisalmer, Sam and Sankra.Jhinjhinyali is gram panchayat in sam samity. Jhinjhinyali 100 km away from jaisalmer hq. jhinjhinyali village is main controlling village or ruling village of jaisalmer. Jhinjhinyali is the heart of South Basiya. which are defending jaisalmer border from any attack from enemies.



Last Updated on 12/15/2011





     


     

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