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

Headquarters : Harda
State : Madhya Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 3334
Rural : 3305.98
Urban : 28.02

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 570465
Rural : 451101
Urban : 119364
Male : 294838
Female : 275627
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 935
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 171

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
District Collector - Phone: 07577 - 225006 (O) Fax: 07577 - 225011
Collector & D.M. 225006 225001, 9435546695
Supdt. of Police 223277 223288, 7049100439 (O), 7000130148
District & Session Judge 226922 223970
Additional Collector 225012 9407149211
CEO Zilla Panchayat 225508 9425188267

DFO General 222003 222059, 9424791978
DFO Production 222025 222321
Joint Collector & SDM Harda 225002 9425888964
Deputy Collector & SDM Khirkiya 230174 9993064486
Joint Collector & SDM Timarni 222311 9425090558
Deputy Collector 9424441995
Joint Collector 9425452020
DIO & PSA NIC Harda 226222 9424440580
ADIO & SA NIC Harda 226222 9893376690
Tehsildar Timarni 230174 8435475275
Tehsildar Harda 225008, 225009 9753147303
Tehsildar Khirkiya 251476 9753156698
Tehsildar Sirali 251476 9753156698
Nayab Tehsildar Handiya 7697000931
Tehsildar Rehatgaon 8435475275
CMO Nagar Palika Harda 222238 9425342899

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 Harda District
In the 'Mugal' History a prosperous village Handiya was situated on the west of Harda. After some years the area of Harda and Mahemudabad get increased. In the time of British rule , British tried to bring Harda in the progressive frame work. Harda got situated by combining KulHarda and Mehmudabad Villages. After getting the Railway line the conditions of the place becomes more good and the area also gets more developed. In 1857 British officers worked here as Judge and Administrative Officers.

Harda was one of the larger place in the old 'Madhya Prant' and includes area of 'SiwniMalwa.' In the ascept of language ,Harda language and culture is having effect of 'Malwa' and 'Nimad' Mainly the language which is used in harda is known as Bhuani and the region is called as the Bhuana area. Bhuana stands for the more fertilized land . In the south hill region of harda we can find the Tribal ,'Gond' and 'Korku' peoples. Previously in the south region of harda there was 'Makdae' rule and the 'Gond' king was the ruler . The 'Bihola' village of harda was the developed 'Rajaswa' center in 'Mugal' . The area which was called as 'Gondwana' becomes non tribal in the British rule. As the workers, administration officials , farmers and business comunity was in touch with the states like Maharashtra , Rajasthan , Uttar Pradesh and Gujrat from last 150 years the area got influenced by the culture of all these states.

On 18 May 1867 British established the 'Nagar Palika ' in Harda and from 1920 the work was done as per the republic manner. The under ground Drainage in Harda is best example of the British architect . For administration purpose Tahsil Harda was establised in the year 1913. In the struggle for the freedom of India, Harda freedom fighters were in the first row. In 1916 Lokamanya Tilak visited Harda which had given more power to congress in Harda. On 08-12-1933 Mahatma Gandhi visited Harda for the Harijan welfare . Bapuji traveled Harda for 4 hours. Bapuji admired the work of officials and volunteers of Harda . Harda is the birth place for the Prof. MahseshDattji Meshr who was very closely associated with Mahatma Gandhi. On 15 Aug 1947 S.D.O Shri Beretha hosted the Indian flag on the police station of Harda.

Collector & DM
07577- 225006 / 225001