Thursday, September 24, 2009

CHHATTISGARH - INDIA

  • Area : 1,35,133 sq.km.
  • Capital : Raipur
  • No. of Districts : 16
  • Population : 20,795,956 (2001)
  • Growth rate : 18.06% (1991-2001)
  • Density per sq.km. : 154
  • Sex ratio : 990 (per 1000 males)
  • Literacy rate : 65.18%
  • Males : 77.86%
  • Females : 52.40%
  • Principal Language : Hindi
  • Legislature : Unicameral.
  • Location : Chhattisgarh is bounded by Southern Jharkhand and Orissa in the East, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra in the West, Uttar Pradesh and Western Jharkhand in the North & Andhra Pradesh in the South.

BIHAR - INDIA

  • Area : 94,163 sq.km.
  • Capital : Patna
  • No. of Districts : 37
  • Population : 82,878,796 (2001)
  • Growth rate : 28.43% (1991-2001)
  • Density per sq.km. : 880
  • Sex ratio : 921 (per 1000 males)
  • Literacy rate : 47.53%
  • Males : 60.32%
  • Females : 33.57%
  • Principal Language : Hindi
  • Legislature : Bicameral.
  • Location : Located in North India, Bihar is bounded by Nepal in North, Jharkhand in South, West Bengal in East and Uttar Pradesh in West.

ASSAM - INDIA

  • Area : 78,438 sq.km.
  • Capital : Dispur
  • No.of Districts : 23
  • Population : 26,638,407 (2001)
  • Growth rate : 18.85% (1991-2001)
  • Density per sq.km : 340
  • Sex ratio : 932 (per 1000 males)
  • Literacy rate : 64.28%
  • Males : 71.93%
  • Females : 56.03%
  • Principal Language : Assamese
  • Legislature : Unicameral
Location : Located in Eastern India, Assam is almost separated from Central India by Bangladesh.It is bounded West by West Bengal, North by Bhutan and Arunachal
Pradesh, East by Nagaland, Manipur and Burma, South by Meghalaya, Bangladesh, Tripura and Mizoram.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

ARUNACHAL PRADESH - INDIA

  • Area : 83,743 sq.km.
  • Capital : Itanagar
  • No.of Districts : 13
  • Population : 1,091,117 (2001)
  • Growth rate : 26.21% (1991-2001)
  • Density per sq. km : 13
  • Sex ratio : 901 (per 1000 males)
  • Literacy rate : 54.74%
  • Males : 64.07%
  • Females : 44.24%
  • Principal languages : Nyishi, Dafla, Miji, Adi Gallong,Wancho, Tagin Hill Miri,Mishmi,Monpa, Nocte, Alka,Tangsa and Khampti
  • Legislature : Unicameral.
  • Location : Bounded by Bhutan to the West, China to theNorth and North-East. Myanmar (Burma) to the East andthe plains of Assam to the South. Arunachal Pradesh isthe home of more than 20 major tribes and acknowledged to be one of the most splendid, variegated and multilingual tribal areas of the world.

ANDHRA PRADESH - INDIA

  • Area : 275,045 sq.km.
  • Capital : Hyderabad
  • No.of Districts : 23
  • Population : 75,727,541 (2001)
  • Growth rate : 13.86% (1991-2000)
  • Density per sq.km. : 275
  • Sex ratio : 978 (per 1000 males)
  • Literacy rate : 61.11%
  • Males : 70.85%
  • Females : 51.17%
  • Principal languages : Telugu & Urdu.
  • Legislature : Unicameral.
  • Location : Located in South India, Andhra Pradesh is bounded by Tamil Nadu in the South-Orissa in the North East, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh in the North Eastern Maharashtra and Karnataka in the West and by the Bay of Bengal in the East.