List of Districts in Gujarat 2021

List of Districts in Gujarat 2021

Gujarat is a state in western India. It is the fifth-largest Indian state by area and the ninth-largest state by population. As of 2021, there are a total of 33 districts in Gujarat

Gujarat District List

#DistrictPopulation (2011)Area (km2)
1Ahmedabad7,214,2257,170
2Amreli1,513,6146,760
3Anand2,090,2762,942
4Aravalli1,023,7243,217
5Banaskantha3,116,04512,703
6Bharuch1,550,8226,524
7Bhavnagar2,877,96110,034
8Botad656,0052,564
9Chhota Udepur1,071,8313,436
10Dahod2,126,5583,642
11Dang226,7691,764
12Devbhoomi Dwarka752,4844,051
13Gandhinagar1,387,478649
14Gir Somnath1,217,4773,754
15Jamnagar1,407,6355,846
16Junagadh1,612,0008,839
17Kheda2,298,9344,215
18Kutch2,090,31345,652
19Mahisagar994,6242,500
20Mehsana2,027,7274,386
21Morbi960,3294,871
22Narmada590,3792,749
23Navsari1,330,7112,211
24Panchmahal2,388,2675,219
25Patan1,342,7465,738
26Porbandar586,0622,294
27Rajkot3,157,67611,203
28Sabarkantha1,375,6007,390
29Surat6,081,3224,418
30Surendranagar1,755,87310,489
31Tapi806,4893,435
32Vadodara3,093,7957,546
33Valsad1,703,0683,034

Largest & Smallest District in Gujarat by Area

Kutch district covering an area of 45652 km² is the largest district of Gujarat. Gandhinagar District is the smallest district in Gujarat with total area of 649 km²

# By AreaDistrictArea
LargestKutch45652 km²
Smallest Gandhinagar 649 km2

 Source: Census 2011

Largest & Smallest District in Gujarat by Population

Ahmedabad District is the most populated district in Gujarat. Its Population as per census 2011 is 72.14 Lakhs. Dang District with a population of 226769 is the least populated district in Gujarat.

# by PopulationDistrictPopulation (Census 2011)
Most PopulatedAhmedabad7214225
LeastDang226769
Highest and Lowest Population Density

Surat District (953 people per km) has the highest Population density in Gujarat. Kutch District with a population density of 64  people per km is the lowest density district in Gujarat.

# by DensityDistrictDensity (person/km)
HighestSurat953
LeastKutch46

Source: Census 2011

Gujarat District with Highest & Lowest Literacy rate

Surat district has the highest literacy rate in Gujarat. Its literacy rate is 85.31%. Ahmedabad District also has Literacy rate of 85.31%. Chhota Udepur with a literacy rate of 56.18% is the least literate district in Gujarat.
 
# by Literacy RateDistrictLiteracy Rate
Most LiterateSurat / Ahmedabad85.53% / 85.31
LeastChhota Udepur56.18%

Source: Census 2011

Gujarat District with Highest & Lowest Male Female Ratio

Tapi district (1007) has the highest Male-Female Sex ratio in Gujarat. Dang District also have male-female sex ratio of 1006. Surat District (787) has the lowest male-female sex ratio in Gujarat.

# by Literacy RateDistrictSex ratio
HighestTapi1007 females to 1000 males
LowestSurat787 females to 1000 males

Source: Census 2011

Gujarat District by Density | Sex ratio | Literacy

#DistrictDensitySex RatioLiteracy
1Ahmedabad89090485.31%
2Amreli20596474.25%
3Anand71192584.37%
4Aravalli32795375.84%
5Banaskantha29093865.32%
6Bharuch23892581.51%
7Bhavnagar28893375.52%
8Botad25690867.63%
9Chhota Udepur33196756.18%
10Dahod58299058.82%
11Dang129100675.16%
12Devbhoomi Dwarka13293869.00%
13Gandhinagar66092384.16%
14Gir Somnath32496372.84%
15Jamnagar23895276.88%
16Junagadh18294378.76%
17Kheda54190870.59%
18Kutch4694082.65%
19Mahisagar39894661.33%
20Mehsana46292683.61%
21Morbi19792484.59%
22Narmada21496172.31%
23Navsari60296183.88%
24Panchmahal45894970.99%
25Patan23493572.30%
26Porbandar25595075.78%
27Rajkot28292780.96%
28Sabarkantha32895275.79%
29Surat95378785.53%
30Surendranagar16793072.13%
31Tapi249100768.26%
32Vadodara46793478.92%
33Valsad56192278.55%