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Population
Total : 1982988
Rural : 891784
Urban : 1091204
Male : 1027433
Female : 955555
Total literate : 1169213
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East Singhbhum Brief;
about District:
District is situated at the extreme corner of the southeast of Bihar, now Jharkhand. It has been formed after isolating 9 blocks from greater Singhbhum on 16th January 1990. From the industrial growth and mining quarrying point of view district has a leading position in Jharkhand.
History & Heritage:
Legendly it is said that in the past large number of lions were found in this area. Subsequently this geographical area has been named as Singhbhum "Land of Lions". Before independence the same area of this district was a part of old Manbhum District and Old Dhalbhum Estate. After independence it has been merged with the Greater Singhbhum
District map position:
is situated at the extreme corner of the southeast of Bihar, now Jharkhand. It has been formed after isolating 9 blocks from greater Singhbhum on 16th January 1990. From the industrial growth and mining quarrying point of view district has a leading position in Jharkhand. HISTORY & HERITAGE Legendly it is said that in the past large number of lions were found in this area. Subsequently this geographical area has been named as Singhbhum "Land of Lions". Before independence the same area of this district was a part of old Manbhum District and Old Dhalbhum Estate. After independence it has been merged with the Greater Singhbhum
Geographical area
The total geographical area of the district is 3533 Sq.Km. Which form about 2.03 % of the whole state. About 53% of the total area of the district is covered by residual mountains and hills consisting granite, gneiss, schist and basalt rocks. It is a part of Chhotanagpur plateau of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphosed rocks of Dharwarian period are found every where. The Dalma range is as main hill has been extended from west to East covered by dense forest. The Subernarekha river flows from west to south-east direction. All the tributaries of this area meet with the Subernarekha river. Generally the height of this area is 700 ft. to 3100 ft. above sea level. The district is rich in minerals and is found abundantly. Iron Ore, Copper, Uranium, Gold Kynite are the main minerals.
Boundaries:
• East : Midnapur District (West Bengal)
• West : West Singhbhum
• North : Purulia District (West Bengal)
• South : Mayurbhanj District (Orissa)
Map location:
East Singhbhum District is situated at the extreme corner of Jharkhand.
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