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About the Jhunjhunu district

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Brief About Jhunjhunu District

The district is situated in the North-Estern part of the State. It is surrounded by Churu on the North-Wesrtern side, Hissar and Mahendragarh of Haryana in the North-Eastern part and by Sika in the West, South and South Eastern Part.

Distance from major Cities
Jaipur-168 kms.
Delhi-237 kms.
Ahmedabad-793 kms.
Mumbai-1344 kms.

Climate and Rainfall
The average temperature of the area is 22 degree celsius
Normal rainfall is 40.51 cm.

Administrative Set-up
The district is divided into three administrative sub-division. These are Jhunjhunun, Khetri, Nawalgarh. The district has five tehsils. These are Jhunjhunun, Chirawa, Khetri, Nawalgarh, Udaipurwati. There are eight panchayat samities. These are, Jhunjhunun, Alsisar, Chirawa, Suratgarh, Khetri, Buhana, Nawalgarh, Udaipurwati

Major Crops and Their Production
Production: 1999-00 (Tonnes)

Rapeseed and mustard 112799
Wheat 141818
Bajra 57908
Pulses 23186
Gram 16522
Barley 8815
Red chillies 651

Mineral Production: 1999-00 (Tonnes)

Copper ore 77569
Iron ore 2000
Fire clay 400
Stealite 406


All the 824 villages in the district are electrified

Road Transport
The district is well connected by roads within and outside the State. The total length of gifferent category of roads in the district was about 2,492 km as of March 2000.

Rail Transport
There are three metre gauge lines passing through the district. The largest rail track passing through the district is Sikar-Luharu line. Total length of this line is 95 kms and is connects important towns of Nawalgarh, Mukundgarh, Jhunjhunun, Chirawa and Surajgarh.

Air Transport
The nearest Airport is Jaipur (168 kms.)

Communication Facilities (Nos)
Post office 413
Telegraph office 106
Telephone exchange 69
Public call office 839