Districts of Rajasthan
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Districts of Rajasthan
CategoryDistricts
LocationRajasthan
Number33 districts
PopulationsJaisalmer – 669,919 (lowest); Jaipur – 6,626,178 (highest)
AreasDholpur – 3,084 km2 (1,191 sq mi) (smallest); Jaisalmer – 38,401 km2 (14,827 sq mi) (largest)
Government
Subdivisions
  • List of tehsils in Rajasthan

The Indian state of Rajasthan is divided into 33 districts for administrative purposes.[1] The responsibilities of district management are carried out by All-India officials and state-appointed officials. The All-India officials in each district are a Deputy Commissioner or district Magistrate (from the Indian Administrative Service), a Superintendent of Police (from the Indian Police Service) and a Deputy Conservator of Forests (from the Indian Forest Service), each of which is assisted by officers of various Rajasthan state services. The state-appointed officials are responsible for matters such as health, education, and other primary facilities.

List

District Headquarters Area Population Division
Ajmer Ajmer 8,481 2,584,913 Ajmer
Alwar Alwar 8,380 3,671,999 Jaipur
Banswara Banswara 5,037 1,798,194 Udaipur
Baran Baran 6,992 1,223,921 Kota
Barmer Barmer 28,387 2,604,453 Jodhpur
Bharatpur Bharatpur 5,066 2,549,121 Bharatpur
Bhilwara Bhilwara 10,455 2,410,459 Ajmer
Bikaner Bikaner 30,247 2,367,745 Bikaner
Bundi Bundi 5,550 1,113,725 Kota
Chittorgarh Chittorgarh 7,822 1,544,392 Udaipur
Churu Churu 13,858 2,041,172 Bikaner
Dausa Dausa 3,432 1,637,226 Jaipur
Dholpur Dholpur 3,084 1,207,293 Bharatpur
Dungarpur Dungarpur 3,770 1,388,906 Udaipur
Hanumangarh Hanumangarh 9,656 1,774,692 Bikaner
Jaipur Jaipur 11,152 6,626,178 Jaipur
Jaisalmer Jaisalmer 38,401 669,919 Jodhpur
Jalore Jalore 10,640 1,828,730 Jodhpur
Jhalawar Jhalawar 6,928 1,411,129 Kota
Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu 5,928 2,137,045 Jaipur
Jodhpur Jodhpur 22,850 3,687,165 Jodhpur
Karauli Karauli 5,043 1,458,248 Bharatpur
Kota Kota 5,217 1,951,014 Kota
Nagaur Nagaur 17,718 3,307,743 Ajmer
Pali Pali 12,387 2,037,543 Jodhpur
Pratapgarh Pratapgarh 4,117 867,848 Udaipur
Rajsamand Rajsamand 4,550 1,156,597 Udaipur
Sawai Madhopur Sawai Madhopur 10,527 1,335,551 Bharatpur
Sikar Sikar 7,742 2,677,333 Jaipur
Sirohi Sirohi 5,136 1,036,346 Jodhpur
Sri Ganganagar Sri Ganganagar 11,154 1,969,168 Bikaner
Tonk Tonk 7,194 1,421,326 Ajmer
Udaipur Udaipur 11,724 3,068,420 Udaipur

Divisions

The 33 districts have been divided into 7 divisions viz. Ajmer, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota and Udaipur divisions. Each division consists of 4-6 districts.

Divisions of Rajasthan
Divisions of Rajasthan

Ajmer

Ajmer division consists of

Bharatpur

Bharatpur division consists of

Bikaner

Bikaner division consists of

Jaipur

Jaipur division consists of

Jodhpur

Jodhpur division consists of

Kota

Kota division consists of

Udaipur

Udaipur division consists of

New district demands

Pratapgarh the last district was formed in 2008, ever since the depand to form new district is coming from various parts of Rajasthan. There are demands for more than 50 districts. Most notable new district forming demands are given below[2][3]

Demanded district Current district
Phalodi Jodhpur
Balotra Barmer
Bhinmal Jalore
Bhiwari Alwar
Bahror
Khairthal
Nimrana
Didwana Nagaur
Makrana
Kuchaman City
Merta City
Sujla
Sambhar Lake Jaipur
Shahpura
Phulera
Kotputali
Nimkathana Sikar
Fatehpur Shekhawati
Shrimadhopur
Pokhran Jaisalmer
Beawar Ajmer
Kekri
Madanganj-Kishangarh
Sujangarh Churu
Ratangarh
Anupgarh Shriganganagar
Suratgarh
Gharsana
Shri Vijaynagar
Nohar Hanumangarh
Bhadra
Nokha Bikaner
Ramganj Mandi Kota
Chhabra Baran
Bhiwani Mandi Jhalawar
Deeg Bharatpur
Bhayana
Kaman
Gangapur City Sawai Madhopur
Hindaun City Karauli
Shahpura Bhilwara
Rawatbhata Chittorgarh
Salumbar Udaipur
Kherwara
Sarara
Bali Pali
Falna
Sumerpur


References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 9 June 2015. Retrieved 11 June 2015.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Rajasthan District Profile
  2. ^ "New district demands".
  3. ^ "जयपुर से बनेंगे 4 जिले? राजस्थान में 50 नए डिस्ट्रिक्ट बनाने की उठी मांग". Hindustan Smart (in Hindi). Retrieved 9 July 2022.

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