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Official Website : http://jalaun.nic.in

Headquarters : Orai
State : Uttar Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 4565
Rural : 4491.48
Urban : 73.52

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1689974
Rural : 1271074
Urban : 418900
Male : 906092
Female : 783882
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 865
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 370

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
1 District Judge Jalaun 252453 252266 9415100751
2 District Magistrate Jalaun 252201 252200 9454417548 252390 252022
3 SSP Jalaun 252237 252233 9454400279 252791 Steno 9454457893
Peshkar 9454457888
4 CDO Jalaun 252129 252128 9454417179
5 ADM(F-R) Jalaun 253357 252579 9454417619
6 ADM(J) Jalaun – – 9454416335
7 DFO Jalaun 252269 252269 9415091475 SDO 9450510191
8 CMO Jalaun 252516 252311 9452252803
9 City magistrate Orai 252313 – 9454416346
10 SDM SADAR Orai 252313 252590 9454416347
11 SDM Jalaun 222650 222650 9454416348
12 SDM Konch 244648 244648 9454416350 8115824307
13 SDM Kalpi 274620 274620 9454416349 9935510709
14 SDM Madhogarh 286683 286683 9454416351 8077972411
15 Extra Magistrate 9412721329
16 Extra Magistrate 9911371614
17 Tehsildar Orai 252202 252202 9454416357
18 Tehsildar Jalaun 222623 222623 9454416353
19 Tehsildar Konch 245104 9454417180
20 Tehsildar Kalpi 274627 274627 9454416354
21 Tehsildar Madhogarh 286683 9454416356

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 Jalaun District
JALAUN, a town and district of British India, in the Allahabac division of the United Provinces. Pop. of town (1901), 8573 Formerly it was the residence of a Mahratta governor, but never the headquarters of the district, which are at Orai.

The DISTRICT OF JALAUN has an area of 1477 sq. m. It lies entirely within the level plain of Bundelkhand, north of the hil country, and is almost surrounded by the Jumna and its tribu taries the Betwa and Pahuj. The central region thus enclosec is a dead level of cultivated land, a'most destitute of trees, ant sparsely dotted with villages. The southern portion present almost one unbroken sheet of cultivation. The boundary river form the only interesting feature in Jalaun. The river Non flows through the centre of the district, which it drains bj innumerable small ravines instead of watering. Jalaun ha suffered much from the noxious kans grass, owing to the sprea of which many villages have been abandoned and their land thrown out of cultivation.

Pop. (1901), 399,726, showing ar increase of i %. The two largest towns are Kunch (15,8* and Kalpi (10,139). The district is traversed by the line of th Indian Midland railway from Jhansi to Cawnpore. A small par of it is watered by the Betwa canal. Grain, oil-seeds, cotto and ghi are exported. In early times Jalaun seems to have been the home of two Rajput clans, the Chandels in the east and the Kachwahas in he west. The town of Kalpi on the Jumna was conquered for the jrinces of Ghor as early as 1196. Early in the i4th century the Jundelas occupied the greater part of Jalaun, and even succeeded n holding the fortified post of Kalpi. That important possession svas soon recovered by the Mussulmans, and passed under the way of the Mogul emperors.

Akbar's governors at Kalpi naintained a nominal authority over the surrounding district; and the Bundela chiefs were in a state of chronic revolt, which ulminated in the war of independence under Chhatar Sal. On he outbreak of his rebellion in 1671 he occupied a large province o the south of the Jumna. Setting out from this basis, and .ssisted by the Mahrattas, he reduced the whole of Bundelkhand. 3n his death he bequeathed one-third of his dominions to his Vlahratta allies, who before long succeeded in annexing the whole )f Bundelkhand. Under Mahratta rule the country was a prey ;o constant anarchy and intestine strife. To this period must )e traced the origin of the poverty and desolation which are still conspicuous throughout the district. In 1806 Kalpi was made over to the British, and in 1840, on the death of Nana Gobind ias, his possessions lapsed to them also. Various interchanges of territory took place, and in 1856 the present boundaries were substantially settled. Jalaun had a bad reputation during the Mutiny. When the news of the rising at Cawnpore reached K.alpi, the men of the 53rd native infantry deserted their officers, and in June the Jhansi mutineers reached the district, and began their murder of Europeans. The inhabitants everywhere revelled in the licence of plunder and murder which the Mutiny lad spread through all Bundelkhand, and it was not till Septem-Der 1858 that the rebels were finally defeated.