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Jind is an important district lying in the north of the state of Haryana. The Jind District has derived its name from Jind, the headquarter town of the district. The town has historical and mythological importance attached to it. It is said that Jind had been founded at the time of Mahabharata.

The location of the district is between 75° 53' and 76° 47' East longitudes and between 29° 03' and 29° 51' North latitudes. The total area of the district is 3,606 square kilometers.

The Jind District is divided into three sub divisions namely Jind, Safidon and Narwana. The population in Jind is 1,190 per square kilometers. The district's physiography mainly consists of the Punjab-Haryana plain which is flat and featureless. The district has 5 municipalities, 180 bus road ways and 1149 metalled roads. There are 59 banks, 164 post offices, 12 police stations and 18 telephone exchanges in Jind.

Jind has undergone a huge change in the industrial sector. Some of the major industries of the district are chemicals, milk plant, medicines and foundries. However agriculture is the main occupation with 86% of the population involved in it. The main crops grown in the region are rice, bajra, wheat, gram and pulses.

There are 11 colleges, 263 senior schools, 130 middle schools and 629 primary schools in Jind. Being a historical place, Jind has several places connected to tradition and religious literature. Pindara and Ramrai are two must visit places among many others.

Facts of Jind District
StateHaryana
DistrictJind
District HQJind
Population (2011)1334152
Growth12.13%
Sex Ratio871
Literacy71.44
Area (km2)2702
Density (/km2) 493
Tehsils Jind, Julana, Narwana, Safidon
Lok Sabha Constituencies Sonipat, Sirsa, Hisar
Assembly Constituencies Julana, Safidon, Jind, Uchana Kalan, Narwana (SC)
Languages Hindi, Haryanvi
Rivers -----
Lat-Long 29.363027,76.371059
Travel Destinations Pindara, Ramrai, Dhamtan Sahib, Hansdehar, Narwana, Uchana, Negesvara Mahadeva Temple , Nagadamni Devi Temple and Nagashetra Temple
Government Colleges/Universities Chhotu Ram Kisan College, Hindu Kanya Mahavidalya, Kamla Memorial Govt. College (Narwana), Sanatan Dharam Mahila Mahavidalya (Narwana), Govt. College (Safidon) etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015









     


     

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