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Official Website : http://palamu.nic.in

Headquarters : Daltonganj
State : Jharkhand

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 4393
Rural : 4308.56
Urban : 84.44

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1939869
Rural : 1713866
Urban : 226003
Male : 1006302
Female : 933567
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 928
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 442

Helplines :
NIC Helpdesk : 1800111555
Child Helpline : 1098
Women Helpline : 1091
Crime Stopper : 1090
Ambulance : 108
Police Helpline : 100
Fire : 101

Population (Census 2010) : The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

Brief About Palamu District
Early History
The early history of PALAMU is not authentic but we have legends about it. It is, however certain that kharwars, oraons and cheros, the three aboriginal races practically ruled over the tract. The kharwars claim to be suryavanshi Kshatriyas. They trace their decent from Ajanagara or Ayodhya. Karusa was the sixth son of Manu Vaivasata and he was assigned the eastern territory. The descendants of Karusa were called Karusas who subsequently came to be known as Karwars or kharwars. According to tradition they were the rulers of Rohtasgarh. The kharawars point to the days of the Pratapadhaval, one of the line of chiefs who ruled there in the twelfth century A.D., during the time of their greatest prosperity.

The cheros have been spoken in very high terms in the Aitareya Aranyaka along with the Vangas and Magadhas. They did not observe the Vedic sacrifices and still they are termed as revered cheros ‘cheropadas. There is not much evidence to show that the Cheros came to this region from Kumaun as some think.

The Mandas claim decent from Karusas. The Ramayana records their flight to the south. Some say that these aboriginals played the band at the time of Rama’s coronation at Ayodhya and they were assigned this region in lieu of their meritorious services. The Pandawas killed Jarasandha – an ally of the Mand . Naturally in the Mahabharat war the Mandas sided with the kauravas and were in the army of Bhisma. Sanjaya says that on the left wing of Bhisma are the Karusas with the Mandas, Vikunja and Kundivarsa Satyiki compares the Mandas with the demons and boasts that he would put an end them just as Indra ended the demons . Arjuna is said to have married a Naga princess from this region and Babhruvahana was born of this lady.

Palamu an Introduction

The District of palamu lies between 23 degree 50’ and 24 degree 8’ north latitude and between 83 degree 55’ and 84 degree 30’ east longitude. It contains an area of 5043.8 square Kms. The administrative head quarter is Daltonganj situated on koel river in 24 degree 3’ north and 84 degree 4’ east. Daltonganj has taken its name after colonel Dalton, commissioner of Chhotangapur in 1861. The distance between Daltonganj and Ranchi is 165 Km. Old Palamu District is divided in three Districts.

   (1) Palamau
   (2) Garhwa
   (3) LateharOrigin of name

The Origin of the name Palamu is doubtful. According to on account, it is derived from the Hindi word palana, to lee and means “a place of refuse”. Another suggestions is that the name is combination of Pala meaning “ forst” and mu the patois is root for “dead “ the whole word meaning “dead from frost”, parts of the District being liable during the winter months to severe frosts . Both these explanations however must be regarded as purely speculative. Another suggestion is that Palamau is a Dravidian name, that it may be a corruption of Pall– amm –u , Pall meaning “tooth “ amm (which when combined with another main assumes the form am) meaning “water”. While a is kind of genitive or possessive case meaning “village”, “ Country “ ,”fortress “etc. In support of this theory, it may be mentioned that the name is spelt Palamau is the vernacular and was originally applied to the village which was the seat of the chero chiefs, and in which theirs forts were built.

BOUNDRIESThe district is bainded north by the river Son which separates it from the districts of Rohtas, and by the district Aurangabad (Bihar), on the east by the district of Chatra and Hazaribagh, on the south by the district Latehar on the west by the district Garhwa and Chhatisgarh state.