Rajsamand District Map


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With its administrative center located in the town of Rajsamand, the district of Rajsamand is in the state of Rajasthan . The district as well as the town was named after Rajsamand Lake which was built in the 17th century by Rana Raj Singh of Mewar.

Rajsamand district was formed from the Kingdom of Mewar, also known as the Kingdom of Udaipur. Rajsamand District Map guides the tourists so that they can enjoy Rajsamand travel to the fullest.

Divisions

Rajsamand comprises 4 sub-divisions, 7 tehsils and 7 blocks. There are 206 gram panchayats and 237 patwar circles. Population

According to the report of 2001 India census, Rajsamand district has a population of around 9,87,024.

Getting to

Getting to Rajsamand is easy and convenient. The nearest airport is at Udaipur, located at a distance of 67 kilometers and the nearest railway station to Rajsamand is Kankroli. Regular train services are available from Marwar Junction and Mavli Junction.

Apart from air and rail access, travelers will get frequent buses plying between Rajsamand and Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Beawer, Ahmedabad, Indore and New Delhi.

Historical Sites

Some of the famous historical sites in Rajsamand include:
  • Eklingji: It is famous for the Shiva temple.

  • Haldighati: The site is known for the battle which was held between Rana Pratap Singh of Mewar and the Mughal emperor Akbar.

  • Kumbhalgarh: There is a fortress and a wildlife sanctuary.

  • Nathdwara: The temple of Lord Shrinathji in Nathdwara is one of the most eminent holy sites in India.

  • Ranakpur: The place is famous for the Jain temple.

Facts of Rajsamand District
StateRajasthan
DistrictRajsamand
District HQRajsamand
Population (2011)1,156,597
Growth17.18%
Sex Ratio990
Literacy63.14
Area (km2)3853
Density (/km2) 302
Tehsils Amet, Bhim, Deogarh, Kumbhalgarh, Nathdwara, Railmagra, Rajsamand
Lok Sabha Constituencies Rajsamand
Assembly Constituencies Bhim, Kumbhalgarh, Nathdwara, Rajsamand
Languages Hindi, Rajasthani including Mewari
Rivers Banas, Ari, Gomati, Chandra, Bhoga
Lat-Long 25.22482,73.75042
Travel Destinations KumbhalGarh, Haldi Ghati, Chetak Tomb, Rakam Garh, Dewair, Machind, Rajsamand lake etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Government College (Bhim), Government Girls College (Nathdwara), S.H.L.D. Government College (Amet), S.M.B. Government College (Nathdwara), S.R.K. Government College (Rajsamand) etc.



Last Updated on : December 13, 2014





     


     

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