District and Sambhag of rajasthan pdf notes in english download from here. At the time of independence, there were a total of 19 princely states, 3 hideouts, and 1 union territory in Rajasthan. The integration of these Rajasthan took a total of 7 phases and the total time was 8 years 7 months and 14 days and was completed on 1 November 1956. Rajasthan me sambhagiye vyvastha kab shuru hui aur kisne ise band kiya? When did the Rajasthan divisional system start and when was the band formed?
Formation of Rajasthan Districts
Rajasthan came to its present form on 1 November 1956. At this time there were 26 districts in Rajasthan.
- 26th District-Ajmer-1 November, 1956
- 27th District – Dholpur – 15th April, 1982, it was separated from Bharatpur and became a new district.
- 28th District- Barra – 10 April 1991, it was separated from Kota and became a new district.
- 29th District – Dausa – April 10, 1991, it was separated from Jaipur and became a new district.
- 30th District- Rajsamad – April 10, 1991, it was separated from Udaipur to form a new district.
- 31st District – Hanumangarh – July 12, 1994, it was separated from Sri Ganganagar to form a new district.
- 32nd District – Karauli July 19, 1997, it was separated from Sawai Madhopur and became a new district.
- 33rd District – Pratapgarh – January 26, 2008, it was carved out of three districts to form a new district.
- Chittorgarh- Chhoti Saddi, Arnod, Pratapgarh Tehsil Udaipur-Dhariabad Tehsil
- Banswara- Peepalkhut Tehsil Pratapgarh was created on the recommendation of District Parmesh chand Committee.
Note: Pratapgarh district started its work from April 1, 2008. Pratapgarh was known as Kanthal 9th Devla/Devliya in ancient times.
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Sabhags/Divisions of Rajasthan
To run the country better and to maintain the system better, the country is divided into states. then states to districts is divided into.
In Rajasthan there is a division between the state and the districts. Divisions are made by joining several districts. Presently there are 7 divisions in Rajasthan.
- Jaipur Division (5) – Jaipur, Dausa, Sikar, Alwar, Jhunjhunu
- Jodhpur Division (6) – Jodhpur, Jalore, Pali, Barmer, Sirohi, Jaisalmer
- Bharatpur Division (4) – Bharatpur, Dholpur, Karauli, Sawai Madhopur
- Ajmer Division (4) – Ajmer, Bhilwara, Tonk, Nagaur
- Kota Division (4) – Kota, Bundi, Bandra, Jhalawar
- Bikaner Division (4) – Bikaner, Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Churu
- Udaipur Division (6) – Udaipur, Rajsamad, Dungarpur, Banswara, Chittaurgarh, Pratapgarh
When did the Sambhag/Division system start in Rajasthan
- The divisional system in Rajasthan was started in 1949 by the Hiralal Shastri government.
- In April 1962, the divisional system was abolished by the Mohanlal Sukhadia government.
- On January 15, 1987, the divisional system was re-introduced by the Hari Dev Joshi government.
- Ajmer was created in the sixth division of Rajasthan in 1987. It was separated from Jaipur division and became a new division.
- On June 4, 2005, the 7th division of Rajasthan was made Bharatpur.
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Characteristics of Rajasthan Sambhag’s/Divisions
- District – Jaipur, Dausa, Sikar, Alwar, Jhunjhunu (5 districts)
- Area – 36,615 sq. km.
- largest population
- highest density
- Highest Scheduled Caste Percentage Population
- Highest Literacy – 72.99
- Districts – Jodhpur, Barmer, Pali, Jalore, Sirohi, Jaisalmer (6 districts)
- Area – 1,17,800 sq km.
- maximum area
- highest decadal growth rate
- Lowest Literacy – 59.57
- highest international border
- Large in area on the international/inter-state border
- Divisional Headquarters away from International/Inter-State Border
District – Bikaner, Churu, Ganganagar, Hanumangarh (4 districts)
Area – 64,708 sq. km.
- Highest Scheduled Caste Population
- minimum international border
- Divisional Headquarters near International Border
- small division in area on the international border
- Division with least rivers (no river flows in Bikaner and Churu districts)
Districts – Ajmer, Bhilwara, Nagaur, Tonkat
Area – 43,848 sq km.
- Central Division of Rajasthan
- minimum interstate border
- Division adjoining the boundary of all 6 divisions
Districts – Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Dungarpur, Banswara, Pratapgarh (6 Districts – Trick : Dip Pratap of proper king)
Area – 36,942 sq km.
- Most Scheduled Tribes
- highest sex ratio
- highest inter-state border
- Division forming the inter-state border twice
District – Kota, Jhalawar, Baran, Bundi(4 Districts – Trick : Kojha Babu)
Area – 24,204 sq. km.
- minimum population
- Division with maximum number of rivers (district with rivers – Chittorgarh)
Districts – Bharatpur, Sawai Madhopur, Karauli, Dhaulpur (4 Districts – Trick : Bhar Maa Ki Dhoka)
Area – 18,122 sq km.
On June 4, 2005, the 7th division of Rajasthan was make Bharatpur. Bharatpur division was carved out of two divisions which are as follows-
Bharatpur and Dholpur were from Jaipur division and Sawai Madhopur and Karauli were taken from Kota division.
small in area on the interstate border
Divisional headquarters near the inter-state border
inter-state border divisions- District and sambhag of rajsthan
- All 7 Divisions are forming the inter-state border
- Division forming the highest inter-state border – Udaipur
- Division forming the minimum inter-state border boundary- Ajmer
- Divisional headquarters near the inter-state border – Bharatpur
- Divisional headquarters away from the inter-state border- Jodhpur
- Large division in area on the inter-state border – Jodhpur
- Small division in area on the inter-state border – Bharatpur
- Division forming the inter-state border twice – Udaipur (two parts of Chittorgarh)
Divisions forming the international border-
- Divisions forming the international border – Bikaner and Jodhpur
- Division forming the largest international border – Jodhpur
- Division forming the minimum international border – Bikaner
- Divisional Headquarters-Bikaner near International Border
- Divisional Headquarters-Jodhpur away from International Border
- Large division in area on the international border – Jodhpur
- Small division in area on the international border – Bikaner
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