|# By Area||District||Area|
|Largest||Lahaul & Spiti||13835 km²|
Which district of HP has the largest area?
Lahaul and Spiti, with an area of 13,835 sq. km. is the largest district.
Which is the least populated district in HP?
District population wise Kangra is the largest district with the population of 1,691,284 and smallest being Lahul & Spiti with 35,352. Below is the Himachal Pradesh district wise population as per Census 2011 and 2020 projection.
Which district in Himachal Pradesh has the least forest cover area wise?
District wise Forest in Himachal Pradesh
|DISTRICT WISE FOREST COVER OF HIMACHAL PRADESH : As Per FSI Report 2019 (Area in Km2)|
|District||Geographical Area||Very Dense Forest|
How many districts are in HP?
Presently, there are 12 districts, 52 Sub-divisions, 75 tehsils and 34 Sub-tehsils in Himachal Pradesh.
Which is longest river of HP?
The Chandrabhaga or Chenab (Vedic name Askni), the largest river (in terms of volume of water) is formed after the meeting of two streams namely, Chandra and Bhaga at Tandi, in Lahaul. It flows 122 kilometres (76 mi) and covers an area of 7,500 square kilometres (2,900 sq mi).
Which is the biggest natural lake in HP?
Renuka Lake. The largest natural lake in Himachal Pradesh, this lake is named after the goddess Renuka. It lies in the midst of a thickly-wooded valley in Sirmour district in Himachal Pradesh.
Which district is HP?
Districts in Himachal Pradesh
|LS||Lahaul and Spiti||11,833|
Which district of HP has no urban population?
Area of the Great Himalayas comprising entire districts of Kinnaur, Lahul-Spiti and Pangi tehsil of Chamba were devoid of any urban population.
How many districts are there in HP 2020?
The state of Himachal Pradesh is divided into 12 districts which are grouped into three divisions, Shimla, Kangra and Mandi.
Which is the largest forest in Himachal Pradesh?
Lahaul-Spiti takes the lead
As per the report, the total forest cover of the state increased from 11,780 sq km in 1991 to 14,696 sq km in 2015 — a spike of 24.8%.
What is the percentage of forest in Himachal Pradesh?
The State has reported extent of of recorded forest area (RFA) 37,033 sq km which is 66.52% of its geographical area. The reserved, protected and unclassed forests are 5.13%, 89.46% and 5.41% of the recorded forest area in the State respectively.
What is the old name of Himachal Pradesh?
Trigarta:The state lay in the foothills drained by three rivers, i.e. Ravi, Beas and Satluj and hence the name. It is believed to have been an independent republic.
Who were the oldest residents of HP?
The Kols or Mundas are believed to be the original migrants to the hills of present day Himachal. The second phase of migrants came in the form of Mongoloid people known as Bhotas and Kiratas. Later on came the third and most important wave of migrants in the form of the Aryans who left their Central Asian home.
What is the capital of HP?