Jharkhand at a Glance

District Name District H.Q. Population (2001 Census) Area (in Sq. Km.)
JHARKHAND RANCHI 26,909,428 79,714
Bokaro Bokaro 1,777,662 2860.9
Chatra Chatra 7,91,434 3,706
Deoghar Deoghar 1,165,390 2478.6
Dhanbad Dhanbad 2,397,102 2074.8
Garhwa Garhwa 1,035,464 4063.5
Giridih Giridih 1,904,430 4975
Godda Godda 1,047,939 2110.4
Gumla Gumla 1,346,767 9077
Hazaribag Hazaribag 2,277,475 7277.1
Jamtara Jamtara 639,155 1801.98
Kodarma Kodarma 498.683 2410
Latehar Latehar 592,246 3660.47
Lohardaga Lohardaga 364,405 2835.4
Pakur Pakur 701,616 1805
Palamu Daltenganj 2,092,004 7975.8
Paschim Singhbhum Chaibasa 2,080,265 8012
Purba Singhbhum Jamshedpur 1,978,671 3533.3
Ranchi Ranchi 2,783,577 7973.8
Sahibganj Sahibgaj 927,584 3405
Santhal Pargana Dumka 1,754,571 5518.2
Saraikela-Kharsawan Saraikela 867,448 2724.55
Simdega Simdega 520,521 3756.19

Last Updated on: 1 July 2013



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