Geographical and Physical Features
|ELEVATION||431 m (1417 ft.) Above Sea Level|
|TOTAL AREA OF JAIPUR DISTRICT (Sq.Kms)||11,143KM2|
Winters Maximum 22'C
Jaipur district is ranked 10th among the most populated districts of the country. Census 2011 suggests the district’s population as 66,26,178. The population density is calculated to be 598 humans per square kilometer. Comparing census of 2001 and 2011, there has been a population growth of 26.91%.According to Census 2011, the gender ratio of the district is 909 females every 1000 males. The literacy ratio is calculated to be 76.44%.
The district is mostly occupied by people of Hindu religion. It is observed that 89% of the local population follows Hindu religion. 7% of the district’s population follows Islam religion. The remaining 4% of the population is constituted by the people who follow Jainism, Christianity, Buddhism and Sikh religions.
Jaipur district receives around 650 mm rainfall annually and hence, the climate here is typically humid. Monsoon occurs from June till September. Heavy rains and thunderstorms are observed in the monsoon season. Throughout the year, the temperature remains on the higher side. In the months of April, May, June and July, the average daily temperature of the district is around 30°C (86°F). It becomes lower in the months from November till February wherein the observed daily temperature ranges between 15°C to 18°C (59-64°F). Occasional cold waves are observed during winters which further decrease the temperature. To know current data click..
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