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Overview of the Dholpur District

Overview of the Dholpur District

District Dholpur  is situated in the eastern  part of Rajasthan. The district came into existence in 1982 comprising four tehsils of Bharatpur namely Dholpur, Rajakhera, Bari  and Baseri. It is bordered by Bharatpur district of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to the north, Madhya Pradesh to the south, Karauli district to the west and Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh to the east.

The District has six Subdivisions and six Tehsils Dholpur, Bari, Baseri and Rajakhera, Saipau & Sarmathura and five Development Blocks namely Dholpur, Bari, Baseri, Rajakhera and Saipau. The district is well connected by roads and railways. The Broad-gauge lines of Mumbai – Agra of Central Railways, passes through the district headquarter Dholpur.

Total area of Dholpur district is 3,034sq. kilometers. It's population according to census of the year 2011 was 12,06,516 comprising 6,53,647  males and 5,52,869 females.

Demography

Total Population

Number Percentage
Total  Rural Urban Total Rural Urban
Persons 68548437 51500352 17048085 100.0 75.1 24.9
Male 35550997 26641747 8909250 100.0 74.9 25.1
Female 32997440 24858605 8138835 100.0 75.3 24.7


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