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Jodhpur District

Jodhpur district
जोधपुर जिला
District of Rajasthan
Country India
State Rajasthan
Administrative division Jodhpur Division
Headquarters Jodhpur
 • Total 22,850 km2 (8,820 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 3,687,165
 • Density 160/km2 (420/sq mi)
 • Urban 34.30 percent
 • Literacy 65.94
 • Sex ratio 916
Coordinates 27°37′N 72°55′E / 27.62°N 72.92°E / 27.62; 72.92 - 26°00′N 73°52′E / 26.00°N 73.87°E / 26.00; 73.87
Website Official website

Jodhpur District is a district in the State of Rajasthan in western India. The city of Jodhpur is the administrative headquarters of the district.

As of the 2011 census, it is the second highest populated district of Rajasthan (out of 33), after Jaipur district.

Jodhpur is the historic center of the Marwar region. The district contains Mandore, the ancient capital of the Pratihara Rajput kings (6th-13th centuries), and the Pratiharas' temple city of Osiyan. Jodhpur was founded in the 15th century by Rao Jodha, and served as the capital of the kingdom of Marwar under the Rathore Rajput dynasty until after Indian Independence in 1947.

The district is located in the State of Rajasthan in western India. [The district is bounded on the north by Bikaner District, on the northeast by Nagaur District, on the southeast and south by Pali District, on the southwest by Barmer District, and on the west and northwest by Jaisalmer District. The district stretches between 26 00’ and 27 37’ north latitude and between 72 55’ and 73 52’ east longitude. This district is situated at an altitude between 250 to 300 meters above sea level.

Jodhpur district comprises three distinct physiography units, the alluvial plains, sand dunes and escarpments. The western and north-western parts of Jodhpur district are characterized by sand dunes. With exception of some parts of Bilara and Osian tehsil, land surface of the district is nearly flat and sandy. Luni is the only important river in the district, it enters Jodhpur district near Bilara and flows for a distance of over 75 km. before entering in Barmer district.

Divisions of Jodhpur District
Subdivision Subdivision
Tehsil Tehsil
Jodhpur Jodhpur Tehsil Jodhpur 0
Bhopalgarh Bhopalgarh Tehsil Bhopalgarh 39
Bawadi Tehsil  ? 26
Luni Luni Tehsil Luni 41
Osian Osian Tehsil Osian 41
Phalodi Phalodi Tehsil Phalodi 38
Bap Tehsil Bap 32
Piparcity Bilara 40
Mandor Tehsil  ? 28
Shergarh Shergarh Tehsil Shergarh 33
Balesar Tehsil Balesar 33



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