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Himachal Pradesh

Almost completely mountainous with attitudes varying from 350 m to 6,975 m above sea level, Himachal Pradesh can be divided into five zones:

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Himachal Pradesh: Rivers

Himachal Pradesh provides water to both the Ganges and Indus basins. Some of the important rivers of Himachal Pradesh are mentioned in the article.

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Himachal Pradesh: Tribes

Follwing article describes and give information about the list of Tribes in Himachal Pradesh.

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Irrigation Projects of Himachal Pradesh: Salient features

Water is very valuable and scarce natural resource. Hard work need to be made to plan, develop, conserve, manage and utilize this important resource. Some of the irrigation projects of Himachal Pradesh are mentioned in the article.

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Himachal Pradesh: Literacy Rate as per Census 2011

Himachal Pradesh’s literacy rate has witnessed aloft tendency and it was 82.8 % as per Census 2011. The male literacy rate was 89.53 % however the female literacy was 75.93 %.

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Himachal Pradesh: Urban Population as per Census 2011

688,552 people out of the total population of Himachal Pradesh live in urban area in which the number of males were 371,528 and females were 317,024.

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Himachal Pradesh: Largest Districts by Population as per Census 2011

The table represents the list of Largest Districts of Himachal Pradesh by Population as per Census 2011.

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Dams of Himachal Pradesh: Salient features Set 2

Some of the Dams of Himachal Pradesh are mentioned in the article. Water is the most vital natural resource next to air and the most significant input for all human development activities.

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Dams of Himachal Pradesh: Salient features Set 1

Some of the Dams of Himachal Pradesh are mentioned in the article. Water is the most vital natural resource next to air and the most significant input for all human development activities.

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Himachal Pradesh: Child Sex Ratio as per Census 2011

As per Census 2011, the sex ratio (0-6) years of Himachal Pradesh was 909 females per 1000 males. Sex Ratio of Rural areas (0-6) years was 912 females per 1000 males and Sex ratio of Urban areas was 881 females per 100 males.  

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Himachal Pradesh: Sex Ratio as per Census 2011

In Himachal Pradesh, the sex ratio as per census 2011 is 972 females per 1000 males. Sex ratio (rural) was 986 females per 1000 males and Sex ratio (urban) was 853 females per 1000 males.

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Himachal Pradesh: Population Density as per Census 2011

The density of Himachal Pradesh is 123 per sq km as per 2011 Census. It is comparatively lower than national average, which is 382 per sq km. As per 2001 census, the population density was 109.

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Himachal Pradesh: Rural Population as per Census 2011

6,176,050 people out of the total population of Himachal Pradesh live in rural area in which the number of males were 3,110,345 and females were 3,065,705.

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Himachal Pradesh: Analysis of Districts as per census 2011

The table represents the analysis of Districts of Himachal Pradesh as per Census 2011.

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Lake: Renuka Lake

Renuka Lake is located in Himachal Pradesh, India

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Lakes: Brighu Lake

Brighu Lake is located in Himachal Pradesh , India

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Lake: Pong Dam Lake

Pong Dam Lake is located in Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh    

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Jammu and Kashmir

The northern extremity of India, Jammu and Kashmir is bounded by Pakistan, Afghanistan and China from west to east Himachal Pradesh and Punjab are on its south.

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MULTIPURPOSE RIVER-VALLEY PROJECTS

The 300 MW project is located in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is the largest private hydro-electric project and has been built by Jaypee group.

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