Tati Jhariya

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Tati Jhariya
Village
Tati Jhariya is located in Jharkhand
Tati Jhariya
Tati Jhariya
Location in Jharkhand, India
Coordinates: 24°01′20″N 85°37′11″E / 24.0221633°N 85.6198025°E / 24.0221633; 85.6198025Coordinates: 24°01′20″N 85°37′11″E / 24.0221633°N 85.6198025°E / 24.0221633; 85.6198025
Country  India
State Jharkhand
District Hazaribagh
Languages
 • Official Hindi, Santali
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Website hazaribag.nic.in

Tati Jhariya is a panchayat village under Tati Jhariya (community development block) in Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.

Geography[edit]

Tati Jhariya is located at 24°01′20″N 85°37′11″E / 24.0221633°N 85.6198025°E / 24.0221633; 85.6198025.

Census villages under Tati Jhariya panchayat are: Jharia, Holang, Murumatu, Sadaro, Khapia, Murko, Bisai and Tati.[1]

Siwani River, a tributary of Konar River, flows past Tati Jhariya.

Demographics[edit]

As per 2011 Census of India Tati had a rural population of 286. There were 146 males and 140 females. Scheduled Tribes numbered 274. Jharia had a rural population of 2,001. There were 1,066 males and 935 females. Scheduled Castes numbered 285 and Scheduled Tribes numbered 43.[2]

Literacy[edit]

As per 2011 census the total number of literates in Jharia was 1,218 out of which 727 were males and 491 were females. The total number of literates in Tati was 113 out of which 64 were males and 49 were females.[2]

Economy[edit]

Tati Jhariya is a must stop-over for travellers along NH 100 for a sweet meat delicacy, Gulab jamun.[3]

Transport[edit]

Tati Jhariya is 26 kilometres (16 mi) from Hazaribagh and 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Bagodar.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Village Panchayat Names of BISHNUGARH,HAZARIBAGH,JHARKHAND". National Panchayat Directory,Panchayat Informatics Division,NIC. Retrieved 2010-05-02. 
  2. ^ a b "C.D. Block Wise Primary Census Abstract Data(PCA)". Jharkhand – District-wise CD Blocks. Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India. Retrieved 30 October 2015. 
  3. ^ a b "Village beams with sweet pride". The Telegraph, 3 July 2004. Retrieved 2010-05-02.