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About the Chandigarh district

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Brief About Chandigarh District

Chandigarh is a India's youngest city 
- planned by the famous French architect Le Corbusier.

Capital of the States of Punjab and Haryana
- but does not belong to either of them. Instead, it is...

A Union Territory
It means that the City is under the direct administration of the Government of India and not constituted as a state with its own legislative assembly. A Union Territory in India is something like the District of Columbia in the USA.

Chandigarh is known for
Planning and Architecture
Quality of Life
High Educational Level
Pollution-free Environment
Low Crime Rate
Aware & Active Citizens

Population : In terms of population, the figures of the 2001 Census, it is clear that Chandigarh is overwhelmingly urban.

Population Density : The urban area of Chandigarh is about four times more densely settled than its rural area

Total Area of Chandigarh : Chandigarh's urban area is much larger than its rural area

Male/Female Population Ratio and Sex Ratio : Men outnumber women in Chandigarh. One reason for this is that many men who are employed in the city find it more affordable or convenient to leave their wives and children in their native village or towns.

Population Growth between 1991 and 2001 and Growth Rate : Chandigarh has grown very rapidly over the past 10 years.

Total Literacy : Nearly 82 per cent of Chandigarh's population is literate. This is much higher than the national figure of 65 per cent