Jharkhand at a glance
Jharkhand is a state located in the eastern region of India, known for its rich natural resources and tribal culture. The capital city is Ranchi, and the largest city is Jamshedpur. The official language is Hindi, and the population as of 2021 census is approximately 37 million.
The economy of Jharkhand is primarily based on mining and agriculture. The state is rich in minerals such as coal, iron ore, and mica, and is also a major producer of paddy, wheat, and maize.
Jharkhand has a rich cultural heritage, with a significant tribal population that has its own unique customs and traditions. The state is also famous for its waterfalls, such as the Hirni and Dassam falls, and its wildlife sanctuaries, such as the Betla National Park.
Here, Jharkhand at a glance provides important information and figures about Jharkhand. This is helpful for General Knowledge exams.
|Established||15th November 2000|
|Area Total||79,714 km2|
|No. of Municipal Corporations||9|
|Total Population (Census 2011)||3,29,88,134|
|Male (Census 2011)||1,69,30,315|
|Female (Census 2011)||1,60,57,819|
|Density (Census 2011)||414 per sq. km|
|Literacy Rate -Total (Census 2011)||66.41%|
|Literacy Rate -Male (Census 2011)||76.84%|
|Literacy Rate -Female (Census 2011)||55.42%|
|Highest peak||Parasnath (4,490 ft)|
|Lok Sabha Constituency||14|
|Rajya Sabha Seat||6|