List of Districts in Rajasthan 2023

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List of Districts in Rajasthan 2023
List of Districts in Rajasthan 2023

List of Districts in Rajasthan 2023

List of Districts in Rajasthan 2023:- With the addition of 19 new districts announced today by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, the total number of districts in Rajasthan now stands at 50. A District Magistrate and a Superintendent of Police serve as the leaders of each district. 

The seven divisions of Ajmer, Kota, Jaipur, Bharatpur, Bikaner, and Udaipur encompass these districts. For administrative convenience, Rajasthan’s districts are divided into distinct divisions.

Pratapgarh is the most recent district to be included in the state of Rajasthan. In 2008, it was added to the state as a new district. All of the names of Rajasthan’s districts, as well as information about their size and population, are listed here.

Anoopgarh, which used to be part of Ganganagar, is one of the 19 new districts that the CM of Rajasthan today announced; Balotra (Barmer), Beawar (Ajmer), Kekri (Ajmer), Deeg (Bharatpur), Deedwana-Kuchaman (Nagaur), Dudu (Jaipur), Gangapur City (Sawai Madhopur), Jaipur North (Northern), Jaipur South (Southern), Jodhpur East (West), Jodhpur West (West), Kotputli-Behror (Jai

How Many Districts in Rajasthan 2023?

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State
Rajasthan
1
Total Districts
50
2
Country
India
3
Statehood
30th March 1949
4
Capital
Jaipur
5
Population
68, 548, 437
6
Largest city
Jaipur
7
Total Area
342,239 km2 (132,139 sq mi)

 

New Total Districts of Rajasthan 2023

No.
Name of Head Quarters
Name of District
Population
Area (sq km)
1
Ajmer
Ajmer
2584913
8481
2
Alwar
Alwar
3671999
8380
3
Banswara
Banswara
1798194
5037
4
Baran
Baran
1223921
6955
5
Barmer
Barmer
2604453
28387
6
Bharatpur
Bharatpur
2549121
5066
7
Bhilwara
Bhilwara
2410459
10455
8
Bikaner
Bikaner
2367745
28466
9
Bundi
Bundi
1113725
5550
10
Chittorgarh
Chittorgarh
1544392
10856
11
Churu
Churu
2041172
13858
12
Dausa
Dausa
1637226
3432
13
Dholpur
Dholpur
1207293
3033
14
Dungarpur
Dungarpur
1388906
3770
15
Hanumangarh
Hanumangarh
1779650
12645
16
Jaipur
Jaipur
6663971
14068
17
Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer
672008
38401
18
Jalor
Jalor
1830151
10640
19
Jhalawar
Jhalawar
1411327
6219
20
Jhunjhunu
Jhunjhunu
2139658
5928
21
Jodhpur
Jodhpur
3685681
22850
22
Karauli
Karauli
1458459
5530
23
Kota
Kota
1950491
5446
24
Nagaur
Nagaur
3309234
17718
25
Pali
Pali
2038533
12387
26
Pratapgarh
Pratapgarh
868231
4117
27
Rajsamand
Rajsamand
1158283
4768
28
Sawai Madhopur
Sawai Madhopur
1338114
10527
29
Sikar
Sikar
2677737
7732
30
Sirohi
Sirohi
1037185
5136
31
Sri Ganganagar
Sri Ganganagar
1969520
11154
32
Tonk
Tonk
1421711
7194
33
Udaipur
Udaipur
3067549
13883

 

Rajasthan will have 50 districts in total as of 2023. In the state, there is a need to create more districts. Because of the assembly election, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan has stated that there will be 19 additional new districts in Rajasthan. This information was made public today.

Rajasthan became a state on March 30, 1949, and it was reorganized in 1956 with 26 districts. The total number of districts in Rajasthan now stands at fifty. Numerous new districts were added in subsequent years.

Rajasthan District Names 2023

In the table below, we have listed the names of all Rajasthan districts 2023.

Total Rajasthan Districts Name 2023

Ajmer
Jaipur
Rajsamand
Jalore
Sri Ganganagar
Barmer
Jhalawar
Karauli
Dholpur
Bikaner
Tonk
Kota
Jaisalmer
Sirohi
Banswara
Pratapgarh
Chittorgarh
Bundi
Nagaur
Jhunjhunu
Jodhpur
Bharatpur
Udaipur
Bhilwara
Dungapur
Pali
Sawai Madhopur
Sikar
Dausa
Churu
Hanumangarh
Alwar
Baran


List of Rajasthan Districts 2023

You can find additional information about the Rajasthan districts here. Here, we provide information about the area covered and the total number of people living in each Rajasthan district.

Division
District
Population
Area (in km)
Ajmer
Ajmer
2584913
8481
Jaipur
Alwar
3671999
8380
Udaipur
Banswara
1798194
5037
Kota
Baran
1223921
6992
Jodhpur
Barmer
2604453
28387
Bharatpur
Bharatpur
2549121
5066
Ajmer
Bhilwara
2410459
10455
Bikaner
Bikaner
2367745
30247
Kota
Bundi
1113725
5550
Udaipur
Chittorgarh
1544392
7822
Bikaner
Churu
2041172
13858
Jaipur
Dausa
1637226
3432
Bharatpur
Dholpur
1207293
3033
Udaipur
Dungarpur
1388906
3770
Bikaner
Hanumangarh
1774692
9656
Jaipur
Jaipur
6626178
11143
Jodhpur
Jaisalmer
669919
38401
Jodhpur
Jalore
1828730
10640
Kota
Jhalawar
1411129
6928
Jaipur
Jhunjhunu
2137045
5928
Jodhpur
Jodhpur
3687165
22850
Bharatpur
Karauli
1458248
5043
Kota
Kota
1951014
5217
Ajmer
Nagaur
3307743
17718
Jodhpur
Pali
2037543
12387
Udaipur
Pratapgarh
867848
4117
Udaipur
Rajsamand
1156597
4550
Bharatpur
Sawai Madhopur
1335551
10527
Jaipur
Sikar
2677333
7742
Jodhpur
Sirohi
1036346
5136
Bikaner
Sri Ganganagar
1969168
11154
Ajmer
Tonk
1421326
7194
Udaipur
Udaipur
3068420
11724

 

List of Rajasthan District name, Establish year and Population 2023

Establish Year
District Name (जिले का नाम)
Population
30th March 1949
Ajmer (अजमेर)
2584913
30th March 1949
Alwar (अलवर)
3671999
21 May 1975.
Banswara (बाँसवाड़ा)
1798194
33338
Baran (बारां)
1223921
30th March 1949
Barmer (बाड़मेर)
2604453
30th March 1949
Bharatpur (भरतपुर)
2549121
30th March 1949
Bhilwara (भीलवाड़ा)
2410459
30th March 1949
Bikaner (बीकानेर)
2367745
30th March 1949
Bundi(बूँदी)
1113725
30th March 1949
Chittorgarh (चित्तौड़गढ़)
1544392
30th March 1949
Churu (चूरू)
2041172
33338
Dausa (दौसा)
1637226
30th March 1949
Dholpur (धौलपुर)
1207293
30th March 1949
Dungarpur (डूंगरपुर)
1388906
34527
Hanumangarh (हनुमानगढ़)
1774692
30th March 1949
Jaipur (जयपुर)
6626178
30th March 1949
Jaisalmer (जैसलमेर)
669919
30th March 1949
Jalore (जालौर)
1828730
28297
Jhalawar (झालावाड़)
1411129
30th March 1949
Jhunjhunu (झुन्झुनू)
2137045
30th March 1949
Jodhpur (जोधपुर)
3687165
30th March 1949
Karauli (करौली)
1458248
30th March 1949
Kota (कोटा)
1951014
30th March 1949
Nagaur (नागौर)
3307743
30th March 1949
Pali (पाली)
2037543
39473
Pratapgarh (प्रतापगढ़)
867848
33338
Rajsamand (राजसमंद)
1156597
30th March 1949
Sawai Madhopur (सवाई माधोपुर)
1335551
30th March 1949
Sikar (सीकर)
2677333
30th March 1949
Sirohi (सिरोही)
1036346
30th March 1949
Sri Ganganagar (श्री गंगानगर)
1969168
30th March 1949
Tonk (टोंक)
1421326
30th March 1949
Udaipur (उदयपुर)
3068420

 

List of New District in Rajasthan 2023

19 New Districts in Rajasthan

1

Balotra
2
Beawar
3
Kekri
4
Deeg
5
Deedwana-Kuchaman
6
Dudu
7
Gangapur City
8
Jaipur North
9
Jaipur South
10
Jodhpur East
11
Jodhpur West
12
Kotputli-Behror
13
Khairthal
14
Neem Ka Thana
15
Phalodi
16
Salumber
17
Sanchore
18
Shahpura
19
Anupgarh

 

Mr. Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, has announced the establishment of 19 brand-new districts.

1
Anupgarh
2
Balotra
3
Beawar
4
Brag
5
Kuchaman (Kuchaman)
6
Dudu
7
Gangapur City
8
Jaipur North
9
Jaipur Junction
10
Crab
11
Kotputli
12
Khairthal
13
Neemkathana
14
Phalodi
15
Salumbar
16
Sanchore
17
Shahpura (Bhilwara)

Districts in Rajasthan – Divisions

For administrative convenience, Rajasthan’s districts are broken up into seven distinct divisions. The divisions and the districts that are part of them are described in detail below.

  • Baran, Bundi, Jhalawar, and Kota are the divisions that make up Kota.
  • Ajmer is made up of the districts of Ajmer, Bhilwara, Nagaur, and Tonk in this division.
  • Jaipur – This division comprises of Alwar, Dausa, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, and Sikar.
  • The Banswara, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, and Udaipur districts of Rajasthan are all included in this division of Udaipur.
  • Jodhpur is made up of Barmer, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Pali, and Sirohi in this division.
  • Bikaner: Bikaner, Churu, Hanumangarh, and Sri Ganganagar are all part of this division.
  • Bharatpur includes Bharatpur, Dholpur, Karauli, and Sawai Madhopur in this division.

Questions and Answers about Rajasthan’s Districts 

Q1. How many districts does Rajasthan have?

Rajasthan has 50 districts, 19 of which are brand-new. The seven divisions of Kota, Ajmer, Jaipur, Bikaner, Bharatpur, and Udaipur encompass these districts. A District Magistrate oversees each district in Rajasthan, supported by a Superintendent of Police and the state’s entire police force.

Q2. Which Rajasthan district is the largest?

Jaisalmer is the largest district in Rajasthan, covering 38,401 square kilometers. Because of its distinctive ridge of yellow sandstone, Jaisalmer is also known as “The Golden City.” The population of this Rajasthan district is 669,919.

Q3. What are the names of all Rajasthani districts?

The districts of Rajasthan are known by their respective names: Ajmer, Bhilwara, Nagaur, Tonk, Baran, Bundi, Jhalawar, Kota, Barmer, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Pali, Sirohi, Alwar, Dausa, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Banswara, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, Pratapgarh, Rajs

Q4. Which parts of Rajasthan are the hottest and coldest?

Bikaner is the most popular district in Rajasthan. Rajasthan’s northwest contains this district. Bikaner’s annual temperature can reach 47 degrees Celsius. On the other hand, Churu, Rajasthan’s coldest district, recently recorded a temperature of -2.5 degrees Celsius.

Q5. Where can I find a list of the districts in Rajasthan?

This page contains the Rajasthan district list. It includes the names of all of the state’s districts. In addition, we have provided information about the district’s area and population as a whole, as well as the names of the divisions it falls under, in Rajasthan.

Q6. How many new districts are formed in Rajasthan in 2023?

The new 19 districts are Anoopgarh, which was part of Ganganagar; Balotra (Barmer), Beawar (Ajmer), Kekri (Ajmer), Deeg (Bharatpur), Deedwana-Kuchaman (Nagaur), Dudu (Jaipur), Gangapur City (Sawai Madhopur), Jaipur North, Jaipur South, Jodhpur East, Jodhpur West , Kotputli-Behror (Jaipur-Alwar), Khairthal (Alwar), Neem Ka Thana (Sikar), Phalodi (Jodhpur), Salumber (Udaipur), Sanchore (Jalore), Anupgarh and Shahpura (Bhilwara). and 10 Divisions.

Learn more about each state’s number of districts.

Indian States

Arunachal Pradesh Assam  Bihar
Chhattisgarh Delhi Goa
Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh
Jammu Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka
Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra
Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram
Nagaland Odisha Punjab
Rajasthan Seemandhra Sikkim
Tamilnadu Telangana Tripura
Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Union Territories

Andaman and Nicobar Chandigarh 
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu
Lakshadweep Puducherry

References

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