According to the 2001 India census report, Ghogha had a population of 10,894 inhabitants. Males and females constitute an equal proportion of the population. In Ghogha, 14% of th epopulation is less than six years of age. Ghogha has an average literacy rate of 65% which is higher than the national averag eliteracy rate of 59.5%. The male literacy rate is 76% and the female literacy rate is 53%.
During ancient times this place was a major center of business. The three ancient Digambar Jain temples make Ghogha a popular pilgrim center. Chopra Mandir is a famous temple dedicated to Bhagwan Chandra Prabhu, the eight Tirthankar and Bhagwan Nemi Nath. A large number of ancient idols are installed in the temples of Ghogha. The idol is believed to be constructed 2500 years ago. Gujarati Mandir and Dandia Mandir are the other temples worth visiting.