Sindhudurg is a district in Maharashtra State of India. It has a total of 8 Talukas in this district. The district has an total area of 5,207 sq km. There are 8 towns and 748 villages in this district.
As per census Sindhudurg District has a population of 849,651 in 2011 out of which 417,332 are male and 432,319 are female. Population of Sindhudurg District in 2019 is 909,167(estimates as per aadhar uidai.gov.in feb 2019 data). Literate people are 666,067 out of 348,289 are male and 317,778 are female. People living in Sindhudurg District depend on multiple skills, total workers are 347,178 out of which men are 229,676 and women are 117,502. Total 82,966 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 55,940 are cultivated by men and 27,026 are women. 36,543 people works in agricultural land as labor, men are 24,653 and 11,890 are women. Sindhudurg District sex ratio is 1,036 females per 1000 of males.
Sindhudurg District District Rural and Urban Population
The district has an total area of 5,207 sq km., 64 sq km is urban and 5143 sq km is rural. Out of total population of 943,113 in the district, 107,006 are in urban area and 742,645 are in rural area. 26,638 households are in urban, 183,201 are in rural area. 89,794 literate people are in urban, 576,273 are in rural area.
Sindhudurg Demographics Languages are Marathi
Sindhudurg Population Statistics(2011)
Sindhudurg District Talukas List
Sindhudurg District has total 8 Talukas, Below is the list of Sindhudurg Talukas.
Sawantwadi, Sindhudurg District
RAJARAM S. RAWOOL said on
No drinking water is not supplied through pipes in village/my ward. We are using well water which is mixed with river water(sea water) in summer.
Transportation is very poor from maharashtra government. Because after 65 years of independent the government has recently made Kachcha road.
Regarding agriculture, the land of village is under landowner has sold his land to the company. The villagers who develop/cultivate loose their ownership or lost their family income. The farmer become poor and poor. Now a days they work with other contractors for day to day meal for his family. The company paid lot of money to the landlords, giving good profits to landlords only and acquired the land from the poor and workers in villagers. Also the company has orally promised to the villagers about the jobs but till date no job has been given or start the work of the company. Due to the collapse of the trees and surrounding greenery and environmental loss villagers are facing lot of problems like no cash crops, no wooden material available, grass for pets, shortage of food, grains, fruits, water shortage, shortage of railfall, employment generation, etc. The villagers are living the village and shifted to Goa and around the villages to get employment and work to meet the day to day meal of the family.