Baran Travel and Tourism Guide

    District Baran was carved out of erstwhile Kota District on 10th April 1991. The district got the name from the town Baran which is also the district hqts. District comes under parliamentry constituency Jhalawar-Baran and divided in four assembly constutuencies namely Anta, Kishanganj, Baran-Atru, Chhabra. The total area of the District is 6992 Sq.Km. out of which only 82.18 Sq.Km. is urban. The total forest area in the district is 2.17 Lacs Hect. The total population of the distirct is around 12,22,755 (as per 2011 population). Main dialect is Hadoti. The district Hqts. Baran city falls in the 'C' Class category. The District has a tremendous scope for the rapid industrialisation, especially among agro-based industries. There are eight tehsils in the district namely Baran, Anta, Atru, Mangrol, Chhabra, Chhipabarod, Kishanganj, Shahabad. Best climate to visit the district is between September to November. The district is well connected with rail & road network. The Computerised reservation facility is available at Railway station in Baran city. ATM facilties and all Mobile Networks are available in the district.

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