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Rajasthan is a state in northwestern India. It is the largest Indian state by area and the seventh-largest by population. As of 2023, there are a total of 50 districts in Rajasthan. The 50 districts have been divided into 10 divisions viz. Ajmer, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Banswara, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Pali, Sikar, and Udaipur, divisions. Each division consists of 4-6 districts.

Jaisalmer district is the largest district by area and Dholpur District is the smallest district in Rajasthan. Jaipur District is the most populated district and Jaisalmer District is the least populated district in Rajasthan.

New Districts 

On 18th March 2023, Rajasthan Govt. announced 17 New districts and 3 New divisions in State.  This takes the total number of districts from 33 to 50. The Three new divisions are Banswara, Pali, and Sikar.

The new districts are Anoopgarh, which was part of Ganganagar; Balotra (part of Barmer); Beawar (part of Ajmer); Kekri (part of Ajmer); Deeg (part of Bharatpur); Deedwana-Kuchaman (part of Nagaur); Dudu (part of Jaipur); Gangapur City (part of Sawai Madhopur); Jaipur Rural; Jodhpur Rural; Kotputli-Behror (part of Jaipur-Alwar); Khairthal-Tijara (part of Alwar); Neem kaThana (part of Sikar); Phalodi (part of Jodhpur); Salumber (part of Udaipur); Sanchore (part of Jalore); and Shahpura (part of Bhilwara). 

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#DistrictPopulation (2011)Area (km²)
1Ajmer25,84,9138,481
2Alwar36,71,9998,380
3Banswara17,98,1945,037
4Baran12,23,9216,955
5Barmer26,04,45328,387
6Bharatpur25,49,1215,066
7Bhilwara24,10,45910,455
8Bikaner23,67,74527,244
9Bundi11,13,7255,550
10Chittorgarh15,44,39210,856
11Churu20,41,17216,830
12Dausa16,37,2263,429
13Dholpur12,07,2933,084
14Dungarpur13,88,9063,771
15Ganganagar19,69,52010,990
16Hanumangarh17,79,6509,670
17Jaipur66,63,97111,152
18Jaisalmer6,72,00838,401
19Jalore18,30,15110,640
20Jhalawar14,11,3276,219
21Jhunjhunu21,39,6585,928
22Jodhpur36,85,68122,850
23Karauli14,58,4595,530
24Kota19,50,4915,446
25Nagaur33,09,23417,718
26Pali20,38,53312,387
27Pratapgarh8,68,2314,112
28Rajsamand11,58,2833,853
29Sawai Madhopur13,38,1144,500
30Sikar26,77,7377,732
31Sirohi10,37,1855,136
32Tonk14,21,7117,194
33Udaipur30,67,54913,430
New Districts of Rajasthan
#New DistrictsEarlier Part of
1AnoopgarhGanganagar 
2Balotra Barmer
3Beawar Ajmer
4Kekri Ajmer
5Deeg Bharatpur
6Deedwana-Kuchaman Nagaur
7Dudu Jaipur
8Gangapur City Sawai Madhopur
9Jaipur RuralJaipur
10Jodhpur RuralJodhpur 
11Kotputli-Behror Jaipur-Alwar
12Khairthal-TijaraAlwar
13Neem kaThana Sikar
14Phalodi Jodhpur
15Salumber Udaipur
16Sanchore Jalore
17Shahpura Bhilwara

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Largest and Smallest District in Rajasthan by Area

Before the formation of 17 New Districts, Jaisalmer district covering an area of 38,401 km² is the largest district in Rajasthan. Dholpur District is the smallest district in Rajasthan with a total area of 3,084 km².

# By AreaDistrictArea
LargestJaisalmer38,401 km²
Smallest Dholpur3,084 km2

 Source: Census 2011

Largest and Smallest District in Rajasthan by Population

Before the formation of 17 New Districts, Jaipur District is the most populated district in Rajasthan. Its Population as per census 2011 is 66.64 Lakhs.  Jaisalmer District with a population of 6.72 lakhs is the least populated district in Rajasthan.

# by Population District Population (Census 2011)
Most Populated Jaipur 6,663,971
Least Jaisalmer 672,008
Highest and Lowest Population Density

Jaipur District (598 people per km) has the highest Population density in Rajasthan. Jaisalmer District with a population density of 17  people per km is the lowest density district in Rajasthan.

# by Density District Density (person/km)
Highest Jaipur 598
Least Jaisalmer 17

Source: Census 2011

Rajasthan Districts - Density | Literacy Rate | Sex Ratio

#DistrictDensitySex RatioLiteracy rate
1Ajmer30595169.33%
2Alwar43889570.72%
3Banswara39998056.33%
4Baran17592966.66%
5Barmer9290256.53%
6Bharatpur50388070.11%
7Bhilwara23097361.37%
8Bikaner7890565.13%
9Bundi19392561.52%
10Chittorgarh19397261.71%
11Churu14894066.75%
12Dausa47690568.16%
13Dholpur39884669.08%
14Dungarpur36899459.46%
15Ganganagar17988769.64%
16Hanumangarh18490667.13%
17Jaipur59891075.51%
18Jaisalmer1785257.22%
19Jalore17295254.86%
20Jhalawar22794661.50%
21Jhunjhunu36195074.13%
22Jodhpur16191665.94%
23Karauli26486166.22%
24Kota37491176.56%
25Nagaur18795062.80%
26Pali16598762.39%
27Pratapgarh21198355.97%
28Rajsamand30299063.14%
29Sawai Madhopur25789765.39%
30Sikar34694771.91%
31Sirohi20294055.25%
32Tonk19895261.58%
33Udaipur24295861.82%

Source: Census 2011

Rajasthan District with Highest and Lowest Literacy rate
Kota district has the highest literacy rate in Rajasthan. Its literacy rate is 75.56%. Jalore with a literacy rate of 54.86% is the least literate district in Rajasthan.
 
# by Literacy RateDistrictLiteracy Rate
Most LiterateKota 75.56%
LeastJalore54.86%

Source: Census 2011

Rajasthan District with Highest and Lowest Sex Ratio

Dungarpur district (994) has the highest Male-Female Sex ratio in Rajasthan. Dholpur District (846) has the lowest male-female sex ratio in Rajasthan

# by Sex RatioDistrictSex ratio
(females to 1000 males)
HighestDungarpur994 
LowestDholpur846 

Source: Census 2011

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