Jorhat (/ˈdʒɔːrhɑːt/ (listen) JOR-haht) is one of the important cities and a growing urban centre in the state of Assam in India. Jorhat ("jor" means twin and "hat" means market) means two hats or mandis - "Masorhaat" and "Sowkihat" which existed on the opposite banks of the Bhugdoi river. Jorhat is located at 26°45′N 94°13′E / 26.75°N 94.22°E / 26.75; 94.22. It has an average elevation of 116 metres (381 feet). The municipality covers an area of 9 square kilometres (3.5 sq mi), has 19 wards with a population of about 1.53 lakhs at present, with 72.8 square kilometres (28.1 sq mi) for master plan area. The district spreads over 2,851 square kilometres (1,101 sq mi) and had a population of 870,000 according to a 1991 census. Population density at that time was 306 persons per square kilometre (793/sq mi). The sex ratio is 913 (913 females per 1000 males). More information...

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