As per census Bokaro has a population of 2,062,330 in 2011 out of which 1,072,807 are male and 989,523 are female. Expected population of Bokaro in 2019 is between 2,289,187 and 2,681,029. Literate people are 1,273,520 out of 759,088 are male and 514,432 are female. People living in Bokaro depend on multiple skills, total workers are 685,368 out of which men are 507,677 and women are 177,691. Total 50,940 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 40,804 are cultivated by men and 10,136 are women. 23,861 people works in agricultural land as labor, men are 18,013 and 5,848 are women.
Geography of Bokaro
Languages spoken are Hindi
Bokaro District Blocks List
Gumia, Bokaro District Vikram Kumar said on
irrigation and sanitation facilities is not good.many villagers drink alcohol.
Chandankiyari, Bokaro District Ajay Patra said on
The local language of Amainagar is \"BENGALI\" . It is a bengali dominated village.The two communities are there. Bengali specking people(all are bramhin) and they are purely Bangali . Bhuina community people are there who speaks in a local language by mixing Santhali Bengali Kurmi . Use of Hindi language is not there at all. Before the division of bengal the then Bihar(at the time of Sri Bidhan Ch. Roy), it was under Purulia town known as a part of MANBHUM. The village was dominated by Zaminders\' at that time when zaminderi system was there. Those zaminder was belongs to \"PATRA\" family, who are actually BANERJEE community but they used their tittle as \"PATRA\". History tells that the Zaminder of Amainagar was controlled by the Maharaja of Kashipur under purulia district and they offered them the tittle as \"PATRA\". Even today those Patra family people are there. Besides this Patar people other bramhin people like Mukerjee