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Official Website : http://www.gulbarga.nic.in

Headquarters : Kalaburagi
State : Karnataka

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 10954
Rural : 10686.4
Urban : 267.6

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 2566326
Rural : 1730775
Urban : 835551
Male : 1301755
Female : 1264571
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 971
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 234

Official language : Kannad, Marathi

Helplines :
Superintendent of Police - 08472-263602
Police 100
Ambulance 108
Aids Helpline 1097
Gas Leakage 1906
Blood Requirement 104
Fire 101
Vanitha Sahayavani (Women’s Helpline) 1091
Child Helpline 1098
Senior Citizen 1090

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 Kalaburagi District
Kalaburagi is a town in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is the administrative headquarters of Kalaburagi District, and of Kalaburagi Division. Kalaburagi is 613 km north of Bangalore and well connected by road to Bijapur, Hyderabad and Bidar. A railway line connecting the southern part of India to Mumbai and Delhi passes through Kalaburagi.

Kalaburagi was known as Kaliburgi in former days which means stony land in Kannada. Recorded history of this district dates back to the 6th century when the Rashtrakutas gained control over the area, but the Chalukyas regained their domain within a short period and reigned supreme for over two hundred years. The Kalachuris who succeeded them ruled till the 12th century. Around the close of the 12th century the Yadavas of Devagiri and the Hoysalas of Dwarasamadra destroyed the supremacy of lthe Chalukyas and Kalachuris. About the same period the Kakatiya kings of Warangal came into prominence. The present Kalaburagi and Raichur districts formed part of their domain. The Kakatiya power was subdued in 1321, and the northern Deccan, including the district of Kalaburagi, passed under the control of the Muslim Sultanate of Delhi. The revolt of the Muslim officers appointed from Delhi resulted in founding of the Bahmani Sultanate in 1347 by Hassan Gangu, who chose Kalaburagi to be his capital. When the Bahmani dynasty came to an end, the kingdom broke up into the five independent Deccan sultanates, Bijapur, Bidar, Berar, Ahmednagar and Golconda. The present Kalaburagi district came partly under Bidar and partly under Bijapur. With the conquest of the Deccan by Aurangezeb in the 17th Century, control of Kalaburagi passed to the Mughal Empire. In the early part of the 18th Century, when Mughal Empire was declining, Asaf Jah, a general of Aurangzeb, became independent and formed state of Hyderabad in which a major part of Kalaburagi area was also included. In 1948 Hyderabad state was annexed to the newly-independent Indian Union, and in 1956 the Indian state of Hyderabad was partitoned among neighboring states along linguistic lines. Most of Kalaburagi district became part of Mysore state, later renamed Karnataka, excluding two taluks which were annexed to Andhra Pradesh.

Kalaburagi District
Kalaburagi District is situated between 76°.04' and 77°.42 east longitude, and 16°.12' and 17°.46' north latitude, covering an area of 16,224 square kilometres. The population of the district is 2.5 million (25 lakh). The district comprises of 10 taluks. The climate of the district is generally dry and healthy with temperature ranging from 5ºc in the winter to 45ºc in the summer, and an annual rainfall of about 750 mm. The entire district is situated in Deccan Plateau and the general elevation ranges from 300 to 750 meters above mean sea level. Two main rivers, Krishna and Bhima, flow in the district. Black soil is predominant soil type in the district. The district has a large number of tanks which, in addition to the rivers, irrigate the land. The Upper Krishna Project is major irrigation venture in the district. Bajra, toor, sugarcane, groundnut, sunflower, sesame, castor bean, black gram, jowar, wheat, cotton, ragi, bengal gram, and linseed are grown in this district. Kalaburagi an industrially backward district, but is presently showing signs of growth in the cement, textile, leather and chemical industries. Kalaburagi has a university with medical and engineering colleges. Kalaburagi district was formerly part of Hyderabad state and most of the district became a part of Mysore state (later Karnataka) in 1956. Two taluks became part of Andhra Pradesh. Shri Kshetra Gangapur an well known pilgrimage of God Shri Sadguru Dattarya, is very close from Kalaburagi.