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Official Website : http://bundi.rajasthan.gov.in

Headquarters : Bundi
State : Rajasthan

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 5776
Rural : 5596.31
Urban : 179.69

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1110906
Rural : 888205
Urban : 222701
Male : 577160
Female : 533746
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 925
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 192

Official language : Hindi, Rajasthani, Marwari

Helplines :
District Collector and District Magistrate, Bundi : 0151-2443000 (Off), 0151-2443222 (Res)
Superintendent of Police (SP) Bundi : 0747-2442111 (Off), 0747-2442999 (Res)
Chief Medical Officer : 0747-2442895 (Off), 9829577333
(Mob)
District Transport Officer (DTO) : 0747-222420

Ambulance – 102, 2444246
Fire – 101, 2443903
Hospital –102
Police Control Room – 100
Roadways ( Bus Stand) – 0747-2445422
Railway Station – 130, 2443582

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
http://niti.gov.in/file/884/download?token=RTEdDfcK

Brief About Bundi District
Location

The district is situated in the south-eastern part of Rajasthan. It is bound in the north by Tonk, in the west by Bhilwara and on the south-west by Chittorgarh districts. The river Chambal forms the southern and eastern boundaries separating the Bundi and Kota territories. The southern tehsils of Bundi forms a wedge between Bhilwara and Kota and also touches Chittorgarh district.

Distance from major cities
Jaipur-202 kms.
Delhi-483 kms.
Ahmedabad-827 kms.
Mumbai-1,378 kms.

Climate and Rainfall
The district is generally dry except during the monsoon or winter rains.
Maximum temperature is 42.6 degrees celsius
Minimum temperature is 29.7 degrees celsius.
Normal annual rainfall in the district is 76.41 cms.

Administrative Setup
There are two sub-divisions in the district viz., Bundi and Nainwa. These two sub-divisions are further divided into four tehsils.

Major Crops and Their Production Production: 1999-00)
(Tonnes)
Paddy 76,293
Jowar 5,394
Maize 28,828
Pulses 13,202
Sesamum 315
Groundnut 1,036
Sugarcane 2,39,301
Red chillies 201
Wheat 2,69,295
Barley 1,889
Gram 7,626
Rapeseed and Mustard 1,11,692

Minerals
The major minerals found in the district are limestone and silica sand. The minor minerals quarried are sandstone, marble, bajri, masonary stone, marrum and China clay. Production: 1999-00 (Tonnes)
Lime Stone 4,36,000
Masonary Stone 1,33,980
Silica Sand 14,981
Sand Stone 11,96,926
Marble 1,859
Granite 27

Infrastructure

Electricity
In Bundi district, the distribution of power is controlled through 2 big 132 KV sub-centers. These sub-centers are located in Bundi and Lakheri. To strengthen and make regular power supply, a new sub-centre is being constructed at village Namana, panchayat samiti Talera. As of 31 March 2000, 820 villages were electrified.

Water
There has been a gradual increase in the canal irrigated area over the years. The two tehsils – Bundi and Keshoraipatan are in the Chambal compound area. The major sources of irrigation in Bundi and Keshoraipatan are canals, while in tehsils of Hindoli and Nainwa the major source of irrigation is wells.

Road Transport
The National Highway No.12 (Jaipur-Jabalpur) passes through Hindoli tehsil in the north and Bundi tehsil in the south. The total road length of this road in the district is 64 kms and total road length in the district is 1,526 kms.

Rail Transport
The nearest railway station to Bundi city is Bundi road. The two rail routes passing through the district are Delhi-Bombay and Kota-Chittorgarh route on broad gauge. The total railway line in the district is 126 kms.

Air Transport
The nearest airport is Jaipur (202 kms)

Communication Facilities (No.)
Post offices and Telegraph offices 207
Telephone exchanges 37
Public call offices 512