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Official Website : http://www.gwalior.mp.gov.in

Headquarters : Gwalior
State : Madhya Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 4560
Rural : 4257.13
Urban : 302.87

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 2032036
Rural : 758244
Urban : 1273792
Male : 1090327
Female : 941709
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 864
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 446

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
The Districts Magistrate, Phone #: 0751 - 2446200 (O)
1 Collector 200 2446200
2 Addl Collector 210 2446210
3 Addl Collector 250 2446250
4 Addl.Collector & ADM 302 2446302
5 Dy Election Officer 2302446230
6. Dy Collector
7 SDO 240 2446240
8 Dy Collector (Nazul Officer)
9 Dy Collector
10 Joint Collector 201 2446201
11 Dy.Collector
12 Treasury Officer 213 2446213
13 Dy.Collector
14 Mining Officer 209 2446209
15 Food Controller 260 2446260
16 Tahsildar,Gwalior 206 2446206
17 SLR 232 2446232
18 Nazool Tahsildar 228 2446228
19 Nazool Tahsildar(Enq.)
20 Office Suppdt. 214 2446214
21 Steno to Collector 301 2446301
22 Antya Vyavasye Officer 2712446271
23 Small Saving Officer 212 2446212
24 Election Supervisior 2302446230
25 District Informatics Officer 234 2446234,2331817
26 SDO DABRA 957524-222600
27 Tahsildar DABRA 957524-226002
29 Tahsildar Bhitarwar 957525-287315
30 CEO,JANPAD Bhitarwar 957525-287300 GHATIGAON
31 Nayab Tahsildar Ghatigaon 957526-
32 CEO,JANPAD Ghatigaon 957526-228227

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 Gwalior District
Gwalior is an historical place of Madhya Pradesh . It is surrounded by District Morena in the North, District Shivpuri in the south, District Bhind in the East and District Datia in the west. The District is having two sub-divisions , namely, Gwalior & Dabra. There are three tehsils, namely, Gwalior, Dabra & Bhitarwar and four Development Blocks namely, Ghatigaon (Barai), Morar, Dabra & Bhitarwar. It is well connected with all the major cities of India by Road, Train and also with Air.The Gwalior is blessed with Classical Music Maestro Miya Tansen. In memory of him, three days Tansen Samaroh program take place every year and the Classical music stars participate in this programme and entertain the people of Gwalior with their outstanding performance. Also the Gwalior Trade Fair take place every year in the month of December-January.

Gwalior City is a District in Madhya Pradesh State near Ă‚gra. The new section of the city called Lashkar. Lashkar is few miles South from the old city. It is the site of factories producing cotton, yarn, paint, ceramics, chemicals, and leather products. The nucleus of Gwalior is a citadel crowning an isolated rock about 91 m (300 ft) high, 3.2 km (2 mi) long, and 823 m (2700 ft) wide. The rock is said to have been a strong hold for more than Ten Centuries and Old city is located in the Eastern base of the rock. The old city is covered with white sandstone Mosque, Palaces, rock temples and statues of archaeological and architectural interest. The Jiwaji University was built in Gwalior in the year 1964. Gwalior City was the Capital of the princely State of Gwalior until 1948 and the summer Capital of Madhya Bharat State from 1948 to 1956. When Madhya Bharat became part of Madhya Pradesh, it become separate District. According to Census 1991, population of the District was 692,982. Gwalior's history is traced back to a legend in 8th century AD when a chief tain known as Suraj Sen was struck by a deadly disease and cured by a hermit-saint Gwalipa. As a gratitude for that incidence, he founded this city by his name. The new city of Gwalior became existance over the centuries. The cradle of great dynasties ruled the city Gwalior. With different Dynasty, the city gained a new dimension from the warrior kings, poets, musicians, and saints who contributed to making it renowned throughout the country. The city is also the setting for the memorials of freedom fighters such as Tatya Tope and the indomitable Rani of Jhansi. Today the old settings stand side by side with the trappings of modernity