Districts Of Rajasthan

Rajasthan state constitutes 11% of the total land area of the country. Known as the land of Kings, Rajasthan has a royal history of its rulers and their wars. Rajasthan is a big state to administer. There are 33 districts in Rajasthan of which Jaisalmer District is the largest while Dholpur is the smallest district in terms of Area. According to Population, Jaipur district is most populated while Jaisalmer district is the least populated.

Each district has a Deputy Commissioner which hold three important posts at a time- The Deputy Commissioner, the District Magistrate and the Collector. Another important appointed official is Superintendent of Police which has the control of all police administration.

Established : 1 November 1956
Capital : Jaipur
Total Area : 342,239 km2
Population (2016) : 74,791,568
Official Language : Hindi
Literacy Rate : 67% (35th)
Total Districts : 33


List of Districts in Rajasthan

Ajmer District

The shrine or Dargah of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti is located in the Ajmer city. Ajmer city is surrounded by Aravali hill. Pushkar is another attraction in the district. It is an ancient... more »

Alwar District

A research conducted during the reign of Maharaja Jey Singh of Alwar revealed that Maharaja Alaghraj, second son of Maharaja Kakil of Amer (old seat of Jaipur state) ruled the area in the eleventh century... more »

Banswara District

Banswara district is subdivided into three sub divisions, eight development blocks and five tehsils. The eight development blocks are Kushalgarh, Anandpuri, Ghatol, Banswara, Peepalkhunt, Bagidora, Sajjangarh and Garhi. The district also has 28 ILR Circles,... more »

Baran District

Tourist Places In Baran District The district has a number of tourist destinations like Sitabari, Kakoni, Shahabad Fort, Shergarh Fort, Kanyadeah - Bilas garh, Brahmani Mataji Temple, Shahi Jama Masjid, Manihara Mahadevji Mandir, Kapildhara, Ramgarh... more »

Barmer District

Important Places In Barmer District There are a number of attractions in Barmer district like Chintamani Parshwanath Jain Temple, Asotra, Batada Kua, Brahma Temple, Jogmaya Temple, Mahabar Dunes, Surya Mandir Temple, Kher Temple, Viratra Mata... more »

Bharatpur District

Bharatpur is internationally famous for its Keoladeo Ghana National Park, one of the top-graded bird Sanctuaries in Asia. Three rivers, the Ban Ganga, Rooparel, and Gambhir, cross the district. District Bharatpur Headquater Bharatpur Area (km2) 5,066... more »

Bhilwara District

District Bhilwara Headquater Bhilwara Area (km2) 10,455 Population(2011) 2,410,459 Division Ajmer Official Website http://www.bhilwara.nic.in Important Places In Bhilwara Bagore Badnore Fort Asind Mandalgarh Shahpura Bhilwara District Location Bhilwara is located in South-East Rajasthan, Ajmer in... more »

Bikaner District

Bikaner also has world famous miracle temple of Karni mata in Deshnok also known as Temple of Rats.Bikaner has 8 tehsils which are Bikaner, Kolayat, Khajuwala, Chhattargarh, Pugal, Nokha, Loonkaransar and Dungargarh. District Bikaner Headquater... more »

Bundi District

Most of the aborigines of Bundi are old fashioned and follow the typical Rajasthani culture and rituals. Hindi and Rajasthani are the two major languages spoken here. Bundi sandstone is also a major foreign exchange earner.... more »

Chittorgarh District

Chittorgarh is known for its massive fort which is 3 miles long and 495 feet high and also for Vijaystambha and Kirtistambha (Tower of Victory). Mirabai, 16th century poet and Rani Padmini belongs to Chittorgarh.... more »

Churu District

The major towns of the district are Sujangarh, Ratangarh, Rajgarh and Bidasar. Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, blackbuck sanctuary, having more than 1680 black bucks and migratory birds, is the major attraction for wild life enthusiasts. District... more »

Dausa District

Wheat, bajra, rapeseed, mustard and groundnuts are the main crops of the district. A unique singing style of this region is the folk art of Hea-Khayal. Its uniqueness lies in its traditional singing. It is... more »

Dholpur District

The economy of the district is mainly based on agriculture. The major crops produced in Dholpur are pearl millet, paddy, sugarcane, wheat, barley, pulses, red chillies and guarseed. Dholpur is also known worldwide for the... more »

Dungarpur District

Dungarpur is famously known as the 'town of hillocks'. Bhils are the ancient and main tribes of the district and they ruled the place in earlier times. King Veer Singh acquired Dungarpur from the chief... more »

Hanumangarh District

District Hanumangarh Headquater Hanumangarh Area (km2) 12,645 Population(2011) 1,779,650 Division Bikaner Official Website http://www.hanumangarh.nic.in Important Places In Hanumangarh District Bhatner Fort Kalibangan( Pilibanga) Bhadrakali Mata Temple, Amarpura Thedi Village Pallu Brahmani Temple Gurudwara Shree Kabootar... more »

Jaipur District

Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the Second, who gives the city its name, is credited with laying of the foundation stone of the beautiful Pink City in the year 1728. The blueprint of the city is... more »

Jaisalmer District

Jaisalmer is studded with magnificent tourist haunts that encapsulates the vivacious culture of this lovely locale. It has beautiful forts, sacred shrines, stately havelis reminiscent of the yester years, rippling lake, well stacked museums. District... more »

Jalore District

History was written on 30th March 1949 when Rajasthan state was formed and Jodhpur province was incorporated into it and consequently, Jalore became a part of Jodhpur province. District Jalore Headquater Jalore Area (km2) 10,640... more »

Jhalawar District

Jhalawar district is a former princely state which was created from Kota in 1838. The name of the district comes from the Jhalas, a clan of Rajputs who were the rulers of the princely state.... more »

Jhunjhunu District

District Jhunjhunu Headquater Jhunjhunu Area (km2) 5,928 Population(2011) 2,139,658 Division Jaipur Official Website http://www.jhunjhunu.nic.in Tourist Places In Jhunjhunu District Alsisar Bagar Bissau Chirawa Churi Ajeet Garh Dundlod Gangiasar Jhunjhunu Kajara Khetri Kirori Ji Lohargal MAHANSAR... more »

Jodhpur District

District Jodhpur Headquater Jodhpur Area (km2) 22,850 Population(2011) 3,685,681 Division Jodhpur Official Website http://jodhpur.rajasthan.gov.in Tourist Places In Jodhpur District Mehrangarh Fort Jaswant Thada Umaid Bhawan Palace Government Museum Rai-ka-Bag Palace Umed Garden Raj Ranchhodji Temple... more »

Karauli District

District Karauli Headquater Karauli Area (km2) 5530 Population(2011) 1,458,459 Division Bharatpur Official Website http://www.karauli.nic.in Tourist Places In Karauli District Bhanwar Vilas Palace City Palace Karauli Shahi Kund, Karauli Shikar Ganj Shahar Fort, Nadauti Mandrayal Fort... more »

Kota District

District Kota Headquater Kota Area (km2) 5,446 Population(2011) 1,950,491 Division Kota Official Website http://www.kota.nic.in Tourist Places In Kota District Kota Fort Chambal Garden Maharao Madho Singh Museum The Government Museum Jag Mandir- Kishore Sagar Haveli... more »

Nagaur District

Nagaur is well known for its cattle fair as it is the organizer of huge bullock camel fair "Ramdev Pasumela" every year in the month of February. Nagaur district has got plenty of natural resources... more »

Pali District

District Pali Headquater Pali city Area (km2) 12387 Population(2011) 2,038,533 Division Jodhpur Official Website http://www.pali.nic.in Tourist Places In Pali District Sojat Fort Parashuram mahadev temple Somnath Mandir Sri Bangur Government Museum Jawai Dam Korta Teerth... more »

Pratapgarh District

Pratapgarh district have 5 Tehsils namely- Pratapgarh, Chhotee Sadri, Dhariyawad, Arnod and Peepalkhoont. District Pratapgarh Headquater Pratapgarh city Area (km2) 4,117 Population(2011) 868,231 Division Udaipur Official Website http://www.pratapgarh.nic.in Tourist Places In Pratapgarh District Sita Mata... more »

Rajsamand District

The district is named after the lake Rajsamand, an artificial lake which was created by Rana Raj Singh of Mewar in the 17th century. Rajsamand is very well known for its marble production as the... more »

Sawai Madhopur District

District Sawai Madhopur Headquater Sawai Madhopur City Area (km2) 10527 Population(2011) 1,338,114 Division Bharatpur Official Website http://www.sawaimadhopur.nic.in Tourist Places In Sawai Madhopur District Amareshwar Mahadeo Temple ChouthMata Temple Mahadeo Chhatri Ranthambore National Park Ranthambor Fort... more »

Sikar District

District Sikar Headquater Sikar Town Area (km2) 7,732 Population(2011) 2,677,737 Division Jaipur Official Website http://www.sikar.nic.in Tourist Places In Sikar District Ganeshware Harshnath Jeenmata Khatu Shyamji Mata Mansa Devi Temple Raghunath Temple Sikar District Location Sikar... more »

Sirohi District

Sirohi is also known as the Dev Nagri due to the large numer of temples in the city. District Sirohi Headquater Sirohi Area (km2) 5,136 Population(2011) 1,037,185 Division Jodhpur Official Website http://www.sirohi.nic.in Tourist Places In... more »

Sri Ganganagar District

District Sri Ganganagar Headquater Sri Ganganagar Town Area (km2) 7,984 Population(2011) 1,969,520 Division Bikaner Official Website http://www.ganganagar.nic.in Tourist Places In Ganganagar District Gauri Shankar Mandir Ram Mandir Samadhi of Dada Pamparam Hindumalkot Laila Majnu ki... more »

Tonk District

District Tonk Headquater Tonk Town Area (km2) 7,194 Population(2011) 1421711 Division Ajmer Official Website http://www.tonk.nic.in Tourist Places In Tonk District Rasiya ka Tekri Hathi Bhata Bilaspur Ghanta Ghar Rajamahal Sunahari Kothi Tonk District Location The... more »

Udaipur District

District Udaipur Headquater Udaipur Area (km2) 13,883 Population(2011) 3,067,549 Division Udaipur Official Website http://www.udaipur.nic.in Tourist Places In Udaipur District Pichola Lake Fateh Sagar kumbhalgarh Fort Lake Palace Jaisamand Lake Ranakpur Eklingji Saheliyon ki Bari Nagada... more »