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Official website : https://arvalli.gujarat.gov.in/

Headquarters : Modasa
State : Gujarat

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : NA
Rural : NA
Total : NANA

Population (Census 2011)
Total : 908,797
Rural : 913,356
Urban : 126,562
Male : 532,386
Female : 507,532
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 0
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 3,255 km²

Official language : Gujarathi, Marwari, Hindi, Urdu

Helplines :
Serva Siksha Abhiyan – SSA 800-233-7965
Serva Siksha Abhiyan – SSA 1800-233-1955
Gujarat State Consumer Helpline 1800-233-0222
MGNREGA – 1800-233-4567
RSBY – 1800-233-1021
Mukhya Mantri Amrutam Yojana – 1800-233-1022
PDS, Food & Ration card, results GSEB, Ojas Jobs, ITI admission , form, old age, persons with disabilities 1800-233-5500
Women’s violence – AWAG 079-26442466 / 079-22770410
RTI – Gujarat Mahiti Adhikar Pahel 99240-85000
Police 100
Fire 101
Traffic Control 103
Ambulance 108
Blood Bank 1910
Child line 1098
Women Helpline – domestic violence, teasing, employment etc. 181
Women Emergency Helpline - Ahmedabad 1091

Population (Census 2010) :
In 2011, Sabarkantha had population of 2,428,589

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/678/download?token=oaNwr6sW

About Aravalli District
Aravalli District (also Aravali) was carved out of Sabarkantha district.

The district has been named for the Aravalli Hills that run across Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is one of 7 new districts in the state whose formation has been approved by the Government of Gujarat. The Aravalli district consists of the talukas of Khedbrahma, Idar, Vadali, Bhiloda and Vijaynagar talukas of Sabarkantha district and the newly constituted taluka of Poshina. The district is predominantly tribal and its formation, announced in the run up to the Assembly elections in Gujarat in 2012, was seen as an attempt by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party government to woo tribal voters.Aravalli District (also Aravali) is a district in the state of Gujarat in India that came into being on January 26, 2013, becoming the 29th district of the state. The district has been carved out of the Sabarkantha district.

The district has been named for the Aravalli Hills that run across Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is one of 7 new districts in the state whose formation has been approved by the Government of Gujarat. The Aravalli district consists of the talukas of Khedbrahma, Idar, Vadali, Bhiloda and Vijaynagar talukas of Sabarkantha district and the newly constituted taluka of Poshina. The district is predominantly tribal and its formation, announced in the run up to the Assembly elections in Gujarat in 2012, was seen as an attempt by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party government to woo tribal voters.