Aurangabad District at a glance

Aurangabad district, lies between 240.19’ and 250.70’ North Latitude and 840.00’ and 850.55’ East Longitude. It acquired the status of an independent district in the year 1973. Prior to 1973, Aurangabad was a subdivision of Gaya district. Following re- organization of districts in the year 1973, it acquired the status of an independent district in the year 1973. The administrative head quarter of the district is located at Aurangabad which is the main town of the district. The district is bounded on the North by Arwal district on the South by Palamau district of Jharkhand on the East by Gaya district and on the West by Sone river. The famous Grand Trunk Road (N.H.-2) passes via Aurangabad. The Grand Trunk Road has put the district on the road map of the country and provides easy transport facilities to Kolkata and Delhi.
Latitude 860  21' E to 860 42' E
Longitude     240 57' N to 25029' N
Height from Sea level 30 to 65 Meters (msl)
Geographical area (sq. km)
No. of Villages (inhabited) .
No. of Villages electrified .
No. of Nagar Parishad 1
No of Nagar Panchayat 3
No of Villages .
No. of  Police Station 32
Population (As per 2011 census) Total .
Female ..
Urban Area Population
Rural Area Population %
Total Male Population         (%) %
Total Female Population     (%) %
Total Literacy Population (%) %
Total Literacy Male Population (%) %
Total Literacy Female Population (%) %
Total Literacy Population (%) %
Total Literacy Urban Male Population (%) %
Total Literacy Urban Female Population (%) %
Total Literacy Rural Population (%) %
Total Literacy Rural Male Population (%) %
Total Literacy Rural Female Population (%) %
Sex Ratio Female / 1000 Male
Sex Ratio Urban Female / 1000 Male
Sex Ratio Rural Female / 1000 Male
Ratio among children 0-6 year Girls/1000 Boys
Sex Ratio Urban among children 0-6 Girls/1000 Boys
Sex Ratio Rural among children 0-6 Girls/1000 Boys
Average Rainfall milimeters                     (Average of  53 Years)
Actual Rainfall milimeters                  (Average of  53 Years)
Population Density / sq. km
Population increase /ten years %
Land utilizations (Give the latest available data)
  Cultivable Area ha.
  Net sown area (in ha.)  ha
  Forest ha.
  Fallow land (in ha.) ha.
  Land not available for cultivation (in ha.) ha.
Irrigation (in ha.)
  Net irrigated area ha
  By canals   ha
  By wells ha
  By other sources (specify) Tube well
  Lift Irrigation
  Others ha
  Medium Irrigation ha
Animal Husbandry (As per 1982 Census)
  Plough Animals
  Dairy Animals