Kishtwar Population Census 2011

Kishtwar is a Municipal Committee city in district of Kishtwar, Jammu and Kashmir. The Kishtwar city is divided into 13 wards for which elections are held every 5 years. The Kishtwar Municipal Committee has population of 14,865 of which 8,179 are males while 6,686 are females as per report released

Minerals Rich Soil

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In Kishtwar Sapphire mines of Suncham Padder, Lead mines of Chichha Nagseni, Bitumen or Shilajit in steep rocks of Kishtwar are famous all over the countary. Sapphire is the finest quality of Blue brilliant stone found in the world market. Lead is used for preparing antimony powder and protects the

Boundaries

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Kishtwar is bounded on the North by Kashmir and Zanskar Valley,on the South by Bhaderwah and Doda Tehsils,on the East by Himachal Pradeshand on the West by Anantnag and Ramban Districts.It is very mountainous district which lies between 33deg.10' &33deg.25' Latitude and 75deg..25' & 76deg.10' Longitude.

Tehsils in District Kishtwar

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          TEHSILSMarwa-------------------------872.8Sq.KmsAtholi(Padder)-----------------700.5Sq.KmsChatru-------------------------761.12Sq.KmsKishtwar-----------------------5490Sq.Kms BLOCKS (Rural Development)1. Kishtwar 2. Padder 3. Warwan4. Drab Shalla5. Nagseni6. Inderwal7. Dachhan 8. Marwa Educational ZonesKishtwar DrabshallaInderwalPadderMarwahNagseniWarwan

3rd Largest District

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Kishtwar is the 3rd largest district of Jammu and Kashmir state. There are two constituencies in Kishtwar district one is Kishtwar and other is Inderwal. The total numbers of voters in these constituencies are1,40,576 voters in Assembly Elections 2002 in which 73,723 voters from Kishtwar segment and 66,853 voters from

Little Bit of History

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Kishtwar is known by several names: 1. Samarth Garh 2. Goverdhansar 3. Mahakali Garh 4. Lohit Mandal 5. Pohie 6. Cheerhar 7. Bhot Nagar 8. Kishtavata 9. Kishtwar  Existence of Kishtwar town and Mandal goes back to Mahabharata time when it was called 'Lohit Mandal'