Geography of Jhalawar
Jhalawar district is bounded on the northwest side by Kota district, on the south side by Rajgarh and Shajapur districts of Madhya Pradesh state , on the northeast side by Baran district, on the east side by Guna district of Madhya Pradesh state and on the west side by Ratlam, Mandsaur and Nimach districts of Madhya Pradesh state. This district covers the 6928 Km2 area.
Rivers : Kali Sindh is the largest rivers that flows through the territory to join the Chambal, Rajasthan's largest river. Other rivers include Ujaad, Ahu, Parvan, Chavli, etc.
Latitude of Jhalawar city : 24 deg , 35.3 minutes North
Longitude of Jhalawar city : 76 deg, 9.5 minutes East
Princely State of Jhalawar was created in 1838 A. D. after being separated from Kota by the British. Its name is derived from Jhalas, the Jhala clan of Rajputs, also the rulers of Jhalawar.In Jhalawar there are exquisite pre-historic cave paintings, massive forts, thickly-wooded forests and exotic wildlife variety, Jhalawar boasts of rich historic as well as natural wealth.
Sub - Division in Jhalawar District
In Jhalawar district there are 6 sub - division
Blocks (Panchayat Samitis) in Jhalawar District
Jhalawar District has 6 Blocks (Panchayat Samitis)
Tehsils in Jhalawar District
In Jhalawar district there are 7 Tehsils.
Railways Station in Jhalawar District
Nearest railway station is Ramganjmandi that is 25 Km far and another is Bhawani Mandi that is 45 Km
Bus Stations in Jhalawar District
Jhalawar Bus Station
Tourist Place in Jhalawar District
Bhawani Natya Shala
Manohar Thana Fort
Buddhist Caves and Stupas
Colleges in Jhalawar District
Government Girls College, Jhalawar
Government law College, Jhalawar
Sigma Mahila B.Ed Colleges, Jhalawar
Vardhaman Mahaveer open University
Government Post Graduate College, Jhalawar
Jhalawar Hospital and Medical College Society, Jhalawar
Dr Zakir Hussain MM TEACHER TRAINING College, Jhalawar
Government College, Jhalawar
Industries in Jhalawar District
In Jhalawar district there are many small Scale industries like Utensils, Stone-pillars, Leather shoes, Clothes, Pickles, Sculptures, Wood-work, Iron-work, Ropes, Brooms, Chatai. Major industries are of Stone cutting, Henna Powder, Readymade Garments, Wood Furniture, PVC pipes, Shoes, Washing Powders , Tyre Retrading, Spices , Stone Polishing, Vegetable Oil, Cement-made tanks,
Wheat, maize, pulses, gram, jowar, paddy and bajra are the other major crops.