Haryana District Map


Haryana District Map

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Haryana District Map CHANDIGARH Panchkula Ambala Yamunanagar Kurukhshetra Karnal Panipat Kaithal Jind Sonipat Rohtak Hisar Fatehabad Sirsa Bhiwani Dadri Jhajjar Gurugram Faridabad Palwal Mewat Rewari Mahendragarh PUNJAB HIMACHAL PRADESH DELHI UTTAR PRADESH RAJASTHAN
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*Map showing All the Districts in the State Haryana. Disclaimer


Haryana, carved out of East Punjab, surrounds the northern, western and southern sides of Delhi and hence a large area of the state forms the National Capital Region. The state of Haryana has been split into four divisions for governmental reasons and they are the Rohtak Division, Ambala Division, Hisar Division and Gurgaon Division. The state comprises 47 subdivisions, 22 districts, 45 sub-tehsils, 67 tehsils, and 116 blocks. The state is home to 81 cities and 6,759 villages.

During the period of the creation of the state on November 1, 1966, there were only seven districts in the state. Subsequently, 14 other districts were included through restructuring the previous ones. In 2016, another new district, Charkhi Dadri has been added, bringing the total to 22.

Districts of Haryana

A Haryana district map clearly shows all the 22 districts of the state. Given below are the names of the four divisions and the districts coming under them:

Ambala Division

Kaithal District, Ambala District, Panchkula District, Kurukshetra District, and Yamuna Nagar District.

Gurgaon Division

Palwal District, Faridabad District, Mahendragarh District, Gurgaon District, Rewari District, and Mewat District.

Hisar Division

Fatehabad District, Bhiwani District, Jind District, Hisar District, Charkhi Dadri District and Sirsa District.

Rohtak Division

Karnal District, Jhajjar District, Rohtak District, Panipat District, and Sonipat District.

Districts of Haryana and important details

Table below gives the names of the various districts in Haryana along with other important details such as, population, area, headquarters, establishment date and code: However, Charkhi Dadri has recently been declared as the 22nd district of Haryana, and the process is going to start up soon.

List of Districts in Haryana

S No.DistrictHeadquartersPopulation (Census 2011)Sex Ratio (per 1000)Average Literacy
1AmbalaAmbala112835088581.75%
2BhiwaniBhiwani163444588675.21%
3FaridabadFaridabad180973387381.70%
4FatehabadFatehabad94201190267.92%
5GurgaonGurgaon151443285484.70%
6HisarHisar174393187272.89%
7JhajjarJhajjar95840586280.65%
8JindJind133415287171.44%
9KaithalKaithal107430488169.15%
10KarnalKarnal150532488774.73%
11KurukshetraKurukshetra96465588876.31%
12MahendragarhNarnaul92208889577.72%
13MewatNuh108926390754.08%
14PalwalPalwal104270888069.32%
15PanchkulaPanchkula56129387381.88%
16PanipatPanipat120543786475.94%
17RewariRewari90033289880.99%
18RohtakRohtak106120486780.22%
19SirsaSirsa129518989768.82%
20SonipatSonipat145000185679.12%
21YamunanagarYamunanagar121420587777.99%


Charkhi Dadri is now the 22nd district of Haryana State.

A Haryana district map helps a traveller locate all the districts in the Indian state of Haryana along with their headquarters.


Last Updated on : January 23, 2018

     


     

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