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Known as the political capital of Haryana, the Rohtak district lies in the south-east of the state. With Rohtak town as the district headquarter, it has a total area of 1668.47 square kilometers and a population of approximately 9,40,000.

The district has an agrarian economy with 51.89% of the working population are engaged in growing crops like wheat, gram, sugarcane and bajra.

Rohtak district is a historical place with many historical sites, sculptures and buildings. No wonder, the tourists will love the area.

Facts of Rohtak District
StateHaryana
DistrictRohtak
District HQRohtak
Population (2011)1061204
Growth12.88%
Sex Ratio867
Literacy80.22
Area (km2)1668
Density (/km2) 607
Tehsils Maham, Rohtak, Sampla
Lok Sabha Constituencies Rohtak
Assembly Constituencies Mehem, Garhi Sampla-Kiloi, Rohtak, Kalanaur (SC)
Languages Hindi, Haryanvi
Rivers ----
Lat-Long 28.873539,76.502495
Travel Destinations Banni Khera Farm, Tilyar Lake, Jama Masjid, Pirzada Masjid, Rajputs Ancient Monuments etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt College (Mokhra), Govt. College for Women (Lakhan Majra), Govt. College for women (Sampla), Govt. College for Women (rohtak), Govt. College (Jassia), Govt. College (Sampla), Govt. College (Meham), Pt. NRS Govt. College etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



     


     

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