Khamhria is a small town in Chhattisgarh. While exploring the several states of Indian subcontinent it becomes inevitable for anyone to come across the multitude of towns and cities that have developed in the soils of the very continent. The state of Chhattisgarh too cannot be cited as an exception in this regard. As has been keenly disserted by the experts, Khamhria is one such town that claims attention of many. Khamhria is the name of a Nagar panchayat town that is located in the Durg districtof Chhattisgarh.
Location of Khamhria
Khamhria is located at 20.98°N 82.27°E. It has an average elevation of 332 m that is the 1,089 ft from the sea level. Khamaria is a locality in Jabalpur city in Chhattisgarh. It is surrounded by Diwanbada, Mohaniya , Raksha Karmachari Colony localities . It is 70 KM from Jabalpur Airport.
Demography of Khamaria
The total population of Khamhria has showed a counting of 6798. Not only that, status of males, females and also that of children who are residing in this Khamhria town can also be known. It was the report of 2001 census. In other words, 51 percent is the male populace and female population is 49 percent. Also the children below six years of age comprise of 14 percent of the total population of Khamhria. In 2010, the population of Khamaria is 15019.
Education in Khamaria
Literacy is a vital indicator for identifying the growth or development of any town or place. This naturally draws one to conclude that Khamhria, which has had an average literacy rate higher than that of the whole nation is more or less developed. To be specific 63 percent and 59.5 percent are the rates of average literacy of Khamhria and India respectively. Out of it, male literacy rate constitutes of 72 percent while that of female is 53 percent.
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(Last Updated on : 28-11-2012)
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