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About the Chittaurgarh district

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Brief About Chittorgarh District

Chittaurgarh district lies in the south-eastern part of the State. It is surrounded by Kot in the east and Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh and Banswara in the south-west, Udaipur and Rajsamand in the west and Bhilwara and Bundin in the north.

Distance from major Cities

Jaipur-309 kms.
Delhi-570 kms.
Ahmedabad-422 kms.
Mumbai-973 kms.
Climate and Rainfall

Mean maximum temperature of the district is 45 degrees celsius
Mean minimum temperature is 7 degrees celsius
Normal rainfall is 85.21 cms.
Administrative Setup
For the purpose of administration, the district is divided into 5 administrative sub-divisions and 12 tehsils.

Major Crops and Their Production
The main agricultural crops grown in the district re maize, jowar, paddy, wheat, barley, gram, pulses, groundnut, til, cotton and sugarcane

Production: 1999-00
Paddy 1,349
Jowar 9,518
Maize 1,98,299
Pulses 53,743
Sesamum 989
Groundnut 47,211
Sugarcane 83,940
Wheat 2,44,684
Barley 5,523
Gram 42,610
Rapeseed and Mustard 29,471

Production: 1999-00
Lime Stone (Cement Grade) 71,53,000
Kaolin 40,929
Laterite 88,811
Ochre 3,17,905
Silica Sand 27,445
Lime Stone 7,153
Silver 35


There are thirty-two 33/11 KV Sub-stations in the district with a total capacity of 80.28 MVA. As of 31 March 2000, 2,078 villages of the 2,172 villages were electrified.

Chittorgarh is one of the most fertile districts of Rajasthan. The ground water in the district occurs pblackominantly in the bedrock where the water level is normally about 10 metres below the ground level. The main rivers of the district are Chambal, Banas, Orai, Zakam, Gambhiri. Several major irrigation projects have been constructed by impounding the course of Gambhiri, Berach, Wagon.

Road Transport
The district is well connected with metallic roads with all nearby districts namely, Udaipur, Bhilwara, Banswara and Bundi. The total length of different categories of roads in the districts is about 2,831 kms as on 31 March 2000.

Rail Transport
The Chittorgarh district is connected with Kota and Neemuch in Madhya Pradesh by broad gauge and with Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Himatnagar, Ahmedabad and Ratlam via Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh by meter gauge railway line. The total railway line is 127 kms.

Air Transport
The nearest airport is Udaipur (116 kms.)

Communication Facilities (No.)
Post offices 401
Telegraph offices 61
Telephone exchanges 58
Public call offices 780