How many villages are there in India according to 2011 census?

How many villages are there in India according to 2011 census?

649,481 villages
There are around 649,481 villages in India, according to Census 2011, the most authoritative source of information about administrative boundaries in the country.

What is Village census code?

The Village code of 6 digits has been used continuous code within India. Range of 000001 � 799999 has been kept for Villages. The Census Towns and OGs which are treated as urban for census purpose have also been included in the Rural Directory. The town code range is 800001 – 899999.

How do I find my village details?

Check population of towns and villages of India provided by the Office of Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India. Users can also find state-wise population details for rural areas, towns and urban areas.

What is census number?

The census provides information on size, distribution and socio-economic, demographic and other characteristics of the country’s population. Census data is also used for demarcation of constituencies and allocation of representation to parliament, State legislative Assemblies and the local bodies.

How many village are there in India?

640,867 different villages
According to the 2011 census of India, 69% of Indians (around 833 million people) live in 640,867 different villages. The size of these villages varies considerably. 236,004 Indian villages have a population of fewer than 500, while 3,976 villages have a population of 10,000+.

How many village are there in India answer?

State Code States/Union Territories No. of Villages in 2001 #
00 INDIA 638,365
01 JAMMU & KASHMIR 6,652
03 PUNJAB 12,729

Where is my village Google?

Welcome to the my village google satellite map! This village placemark is situated in Godda, Bihar, India and its geographical coordinates are 25° 2′ 0″ North, 87° 19′ 10″ East. Original name (with diacritics) of the place is Mahāgama.