Dharamjaigarh City



Dharamjaigarh is one of the small Chhattisgarh cities and is situated nearly 77 kilometers from the district of Raigarh towards northwest. With a population less than fifteen thousand, Dharamjaigarh has been declared as the Nagar Panchayat of the district.

The city of Dharamjaigarh is situated in the geographical coordinates of 22 degrees and 28 minutes north latitude and 83 degrees and 13 minutes east longitude. Dharamjaigarh rises to an altitude of 299 meters above sea level, which is also recorded as 984 feet.

The demography of the region is revealed through a study of the census conducted in the year 2001 of the various districts and cities of the state of Chhattisgarh. The total population of the city of Dharamjaigarh is 13,603. The total population is divided between 6,862 males and 6,741 females. 63% of the city has received education. The total number of literates in the town is 8,683, which comprises of 4,957 male literates and 3,726 female literates.

While on a tour of Dharamjaigarh, the tourists may visit the Amli Tikra and the Sisringa Ghat for which the city is well reputed. The city has witnessed a growth in the silk and thread industry with the booming Silk Thread Center located in the city. The tourists may rest in the hotels and private tourist lodges set up in the city. Visiting the other cities that lie close to the city like Jamungri, Boturakachar, Ongna, Bajpur, Rampur and Bakaruma may also be a part of the routine of the tourists who visit the city of Dharamjaigarh.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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