Dhamdha




The town of Dhamdha is situated in the district of Durg of Chhattisgarh state. The town with a small population has been declared as the Nagar Panchayat of the district. Situated along the Durg-Bemetara road, the town is easily accessible by roads from the city of Durg.

The census of Chhattisgarh conducted in the year 2001 reveals that the total population of the Chhattisgarh city of Dhamdha is less than 10,000. The total head count of the town stands at 8,574. The census reveals that the distribution of population is almost equally segmented into males and females. The total male population of the town is 4,298 while the female population stands at 4,276. A study of the population of children between the age group of 0 to 6 years reveals that the number of girl child in the town is more than the number of boys in the town of Dhamdha. The total of 1,300 children of the specified age group is divided into 645 males and 655 females. Average population of the town has received education. Among the total of 5,282 literates of the town, 3,103 are male literates while 2,179 are female literates.

The geographical coordinates of the town of Dhamdha are 21 degree, 26 minutes and 60 seconds north latitude and 81 degrees and 19 minutes east longitude. The town stands at an elevated altitude of 279 meters.

The most popular tourists attractions of the Dhamdha town is the old palatial building structure known as the Prachin Kila and the Mandir or the temple. Facilities of hotels and lodges are available in the town for the tourists who can get there by road from the nearest railway station at Durg or the closest airport situated in Raipur.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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