(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
During an abrupt visit of any state of India it becomes natural for any person to find various cities and towns. The state of Uttar Pradesh too is not an exception. Amongst several towns that have grown here a special mentioning can be made of Khailar. It is a census town that is situated in the district of Jhansi district of the same state of India. .
Khailar houses the renowned Hanuman temple. Geographical situation of Khailar town throws some light about Khailar's identity. Khailar is situated approximately at 25.35° N 78.53° E. It has an average height of 317 metres or 1040 feet.
It becomes crucial to be acquainted with the demographical situation in order to recognize the city or town in accurate manner. To fulfill that goal, multitudes of demographers have carried on plentiful surveys and research works and thus have deduced information about the Khailar town. In this matter, the census report of India that has been brought out in the year 2001 is noteworthy. Few information like population condition, literacy rate etc can be tracked down from this report. The total population of Khailar showed a count of 12,343. Not only that the Census report highlights individual data on males, females and also children.
Thus out of the total population of Khailar male populace constitutes of 53 percent.In Khailar town 47 percent is the population of females. Children below six years of age comprises of 12 percent of the Khailar town .
The literacy rate of Khailar too is an important one. It is also remarkable to note that the average literacy rate of India is 71 percent, which is higher than that of the entire nation. 59.5 percent is the average literacy rate of Indian Territory. To be specific, rate of male literacy comprises of 78 percent and female literacy rate is 63 percent.
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