کَشٹٕوار ضِلہٕ

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کَشٹٕوار ضِلہٕ
View of Gulabgarh Town in Kishtwar
View of Gulabgarh Town in Kishtwar
Kishtwar district in Jammu and Kashmir
Kishtwar district in Jammu and Kashmir
مُلُکہِندوستان
مَرکزی عَلاقہٕجۆم تہٕ کٔشیٖر
حِصہٕجۆم حِصہٕ
Regionچِناب وٲدی
Headquartersکَشٹٕوار
تحصیٖل[1]1. Kishtwar 2. Chhatroo 3. Marwah 4. Paddar 5. Warwan 6. Nagseni 7. Drabshalla 8. Bunjwah 9. Mughalmaidan 10. Dachhan 11. Machail
حوٚکوٗمَتھ
 • Lok Sabha ConstituencyUdhampur
 • MPDr. Jitendra Singh, BJP[2]
 • Vidhan Sabha constituencies3 constituences
 • District MagistrateSh. Ashok Kumar Sharma, JKAS
رۄقبہٕ
 • Total7٬737 km2 (2٬987 sq mi)
آبٲدی
 (2011)
 • Total230٬696
Demographics
 • Literacy[4]56.2%
 • Sex ratio[4]920 / 1000
Languages
 • OfficialDogri, English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Urdu
 • SpokenKashmiri, Padri, Urdu, Kishtwari
Time zoneUTC+05:30 (IST)
گاڑِ نَمبَرJK-17
Major highways NH 244
ویبسایٖٹkishtwar.nic.in

کَشٹٕوار ضِلہٕ یا کَشٹٕواڑ ضِلہٕ چھُ جۆم تہٕ کٔشیٖر مَنٛز اَکھ ضِلہٕ۔ کَشٹٕوار ضِلہٕ آو ڈوڈا ضِلہٕ پؠٹھ بَناونہٕ ۲۰۰۸ مَنٛز.

حَوالہٕ[اؠڈِٹ]

  1. "Tehsils in Kishtwar district". Kishtwar district website. Retrieved 13 July 2021.
  2. "Lok Sabha Members". Lok Sabha. Retrieved 13 July 2021.
  3. "About District, District Kishtwar, Government of Jammu and Kashmir". Retrieved 7 August 2020.
  4. 4٫0 4٫1 "Kishtwar Census 2011" (PDF). Govt of India Census. Retrieved 13 July 2021.
  5. "The Jammu and Kashmir Official Languages Act, 2020" (PDF). The Gazette of India. 27 September 2020. Retrieved 27 September 2020.
  6. "Parliament passes JK Official Languages Bill, 2020". Rising Kashmir. 23 September 2020. Archived from the original on 24 September 2020. https://web.archive.org/web/20200924141909/http://risingkashmir.com/news/parliament-passes-jk-official-languages-bill-2020.