Dhenkanal is a district in Odisha State of India. It has a total of 13 Tehsils in this district. The district has an total area of 4,452 sq km. There are 5 towns and 1,208 villages in this district.
As per census Dhenkanal District has a population of 1,192,811 in 2011 out of which 612,593 are male and 580,218 are female. Population of Dhenkanal District in 2019 is 1,178,112(estimates as per aadhar uidai.gov.in feb 2019 data). Literate people are 829,910 out of 464,093 are male and 365,817 are female. People living in Dhenkanal District depend on multiple skills, total workers are 435,533 out of which men are 340,552 and women are 94,981. Total 59,655 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 57,261 are cultivated by men and 2,394 are women. 66,856 people works in agricultural land as labor, men are 55,563 and 11,293 are women. Dhenkanal District sex ratio is 947 females per 1000 of males.
Dhenkanal District District Rural and Urban Population
The district has an total area of 4,452 sq km., 68 sq km is urban and 4384 sq km is rural. Out of total population of 1,324,021 in the district, 117,506 are in urban area and 1,075,305 are in rural area. 25,918 households are in urban, 253,446 are in rural area. 94,387 literate people are in urban, 735,523 are in rural area.
Dhenkanal Demographics Languages are odia
Dhenkanal Population Statistics(2011)
Dhenkanal District Tehsils List
Dhenkanal District has total 13 Tehsils, Below is the list of Dhenkanal Tehsils.
A tribal village of Juanga tribe - one of the most primitive tribes in the country. This village is now known as a village of widows as males die young by consuming hooch sold illegally in the area - commonly known as Bihari Pani. No improvement in life of people in last 40 years though now the village has got electricity, water connection and a primary school. Public health system does not work here. People most dependent of farming and collecting edible bulbous roots from nearby forest. Forest has depleted to vast track of barren land in the vicinity for illegal cutting of trees. Gone are the days when the village used to be surrounded with big Sal and Mohua trees. Young boys spend the time playing cards in village community hall - earlier used for entertainment and meeting by elderly people for the welfare of the society.
Rasol, Dhenkanal District
Rudra Narayan Singh said on
There is no water facilities for agriculture.
Kamakshyanagar, Dhenkanal District
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