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Census of India 2011
HIMACHAL PRADESH
SERIES_O3 PART XII-B
DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK
LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE AND TOWN WISE
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT (PCA)
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A DIRECTORATE OF CENSUS OPERATIONS HIMACHAL PRADESH

CENSUS OF INDIA 2011
HIMACHAL PRADESH
SERIES-O3 PART XII – B
DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK
LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE AND TOWN WISE
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT (PCA)
Directorate of Census Operations HIMACHAL PRADESH

TANDI
The Tandi village has sacred importance to the people of lahaul, as Haridwar to
Hindus ofthe work The WHageis Qtuated abovethe confluence ofthe flvers
Chandra and Bhagain the Paflan vaHey some 7 kms away fioni Kewong.
Revenue and settlement records reveal that Tandi was founded by Raja Rana
Chand Ram under the name of Chandi which over the years got corrupted into
Tandi
There are at least three mythological stories connected with Tandi. First, Tandi
is believed to means Tan Dehi, i.e., giving up of the body. This is associated
with Draupadi, the wife of Pandav. as, who left her body at this place. Second,
this is believed that Rishi Vashishtha who meditated near the hot water
springs of Manali was cremated at this confluence; hence named Tandi, i.e.,
body consumed. According to the third, Chandra and Bhaga were son and
daughter of the Moon and the Sun gods respectively. They were in love with
each othen To peflorm then caesflal marflage they dedded to cHmb the
Baralacha – la and from there run in opposite directions encircling a vast tract
of Lahaul. Thus flowing south-east and south-west both met at Tandi to enter
the wedlock.

lllll Scheduled Tribes Population – Urban Block wise
Contents
Pages
Foreword 1
Preface 3
Acknowledgement 5
History and Scope of the District Census Handbook 8
Brief History of the District 10
Administrative Setup 16
District Highlights – 2011 Census 19
Important Statistics 20
Section – I Primary Census Abstract (PCA)
(i) Brief note on Primary Census Abstract 24
(ii) District Primary Census Abstract 29
Appendix to District Primary Census Abstract Total, Scheduled Castes and 37
(iv) Primary Census Abstract for Scheduled Castes (SC) 39
(v) Primary Census Abstract for Scheduled Tribes (ST) 47
(vi) Rural PCA-C.D. blocks wise Village Primary Census Abstract 55
(vii) Urban PCA-Town wise Primary Census Abstract 117
section _H Tables based on Households Amenities and Assets (Rural
/Urban) at District and Sub-District level.
. _ Households by Ownership status and by Number of Dwelling
ll) Table 1′ rooms occupied in the District, 2011 121

(ii)
(m)
(iv)
(V)
(Vi)
(vii
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(iX)
Table-2
Table-3:
Table-4:
Table-5:
Table-6:
Table-7:
Table-8:
Table-9:
Percentage distribution of Households living in Permanent,
Semi permanent and Temporary houses, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households by main source of
Drinking water, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households by main source of
Lighting, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households by type of Latrine
facility, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households by type of Drainage
connectivity for waste water outlet, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households by availability of
Kitchen facility, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households by type of fuel used for
Cooking, 2011
Number and Percentage of Households availing Banking
services and number of Households having each of the
specified Assets, 2011
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FOREWORD
The District Census Handbook (DCHB) is an important publication of the
Census Organization since 1951. It contains both Census and non Census data of
urban and rural areas for each District. The Census data provide information on
demographic and socio-economic characteristics of population at the lowest
administrative unit i.e. of each Village and Town and ward of the District. The
Primary Census Abstract (PCA) part of this publication contains Census data
including data on household amenities collected during 1s‘.phase of the Census i.e.
House Listing and Housing Census. The non Census data presented in the DCHB is
in the form of Village Directory and Town Directory contain information on various
infrastructure facilities available in the village and town viz; education, medical,
drinking water, communication and transport, post and telegraph, electricity,
banking, and other miscellaneous facilities. Later on, the Telegraph Services were
closed by the Government of India on 15″‘. July, 2013. The data of DCHB are of
considerable importance in the context of planning and development at the grass-
root level.
2. In the 1961 Census, DCHB provided a descriptive account of the District,
administrative statistics, Census tables and Village and Town Directory including
Primary Census Abstract. This pattern was changed in 1971 Census and the
DCHB was published in three parts: Part-A related to Village and Town Directory,
Part-B to Village and Town PCA and Part-C comprised analytical report,
administrative statistics, District Census tables and certain analytical tables based
on PCA and amenity data in respect of Villages. The 1981 Census DCHB was
published in two parts: Part-A contained Village and Town Directory and Part-B the
PCA of Village and Town including the SCs and STs PCA up to Tahsill Town levels.
New features along with restructuring of the formats of Village and Town Directory
were added. In Village Directory, all amenities except electricity were brought
together and if any amenity was not available in the referent Village, the distance in
broad ranges from the nearest place having such an amenity, was given.
3. The pattern of 1981 Census was followed by and large for the DCHB of 1991
Census except the format of PCA. It was restructured. Nine-fold industrial
classification of main workers was given against the fou r-fold industrial
classification presented in the 1981 Census. In addition, sex wise population in 0-6
age group was included in the PCA for the first time with a view to enable the data
users to compile more realistic literacy rate as all children below 7 years of age had
been treated as illiterate at the time of 1991 Census. One of the important
innovations in the 1991 Census was the Community Development Block (CD Block)
level presentation of Village Directory and PCA data instead of the traditional
Tahsill Talu kl PS level presentation.
4. As regards DCHB of 2001 Census, the scope of Village Directory was improved
by including some other amenities like banking, recreational and cultural facilities,
newspapers & magazines and ‘most important commodity’ manufactured in a
Village in addition to prescribed facilities of earlier Censuses. In Town Directory,
the statement on Slums was modified and its coverage was enlarged by including
details on all slums instead of ‘notified slums’.
5. The scope and coverage of Village Directory of 2011 DCHB has been widened
by including a number of new amenities in addition to those of 2001. These newly
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added amenities are: Pre-Primary School, Engineering College, Medical College,
Management Institute, Polytechnic, Non-formal Training Centre, Special School
for Disabled, Community Health Centre, Veterinary Hospital, Mobile Health Clinic,
Medical Practitioner with MBBS Degree, Medical Practitioner with no degree,
Traditional Practitioner and faith Healer, Medicine Shop, Community Toilet, Rural
Sanitary Mart or Sanitary Hardware Outlet in the Village, Community Bio- gas,
Sub Post Office, Village Pin Code, Public Call Office, Mobile Phone Coverage,
Internet Cafesl Common Service Centre, Private Courier Facility, Auto/ Modified
Autos, Taxis and Vans, Tractors, Cycle-pulled Rickshaws, Carts driven by Animals,
Village connected to National Highway, State Highway, Major District Road, and
Other District Road, Availability of Water Bounded Macadam Roads in Village, ATM,
Self-Help Group, Public Distribution System (PDS) Shop, Mandisl Regular Market,
Weekly Haat, Agricultural Marketing Society, Nutritional Centers (ICDS),
Anganwadi Centre, ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist), Sports Field, Public
Library, Public Reading Room, Assembly Polling station, Birth & Death Registration
Office. In the Town Directory, seven Statements containing the details and the
data of each Town have been presented viz.; (i) Status and Growth History of
Towns,(ii) Physical Aspects and Location of Towns, (m) Civic and other Amenities,
(iv) Medical Facilities, (v) Educational, Recreational & Cultural Facilities, (vi)
Industry & Banking, and (vii) Civic & other amenities in Slums respectively. CD
Block wise data of Village Directory and Village PCA have been presented in DCHB
of 2011 Census as presented in earlier Census.
6. The data of DCHB 2011 Census have been presented in two parts, Part-A
contains Village and Town Directory and Part-B contains Village and Town wise
Primary Census Abstract. Both the Parts have been published in separate volumes
in 2011 Census.
7. The Village and Town level amenities data have been collected, compiled and
computerized under the supervision of Sh. Balbir Tegta, Director of Census
Operations Himachal Pradesh. The task of Planning, Designing and Co-ordination
of this publication was carried out by Dr. Pratibha Kumari, Assistant Registrar
General (SS) under the guidance & supervision of Dr. R.C.Sethi, Ex-Addl. RGI and
Shri Deepak Rastogi present Addl.RGl. Shri A.P. Singh, Deputy Registrar General,
(Map) provided the technical guidance in the preparation of maps. Shri A.K. Arora,
Joint Director of Data Processing Division under the overall supervision of Shri
M.S.Thapa, Addl. Director (EDP) provided full cooperation in preparation of record
structure for digitization and validity checking of Village and Town Directory data
and the programme for the generation of Village Directory and Town Directory
including various analytical inset tables as well as Primary Census Abstract (PCA).
The work of preparation of DCHB, 2011 Census has been monitored in the Social
Studies Division. I am thankful to all of them and others who have contributed to
bring out this publication in time.
(C.Chandramouli)
Registrar General &
Census Commissioner, India
New Delhi.
Dated:- 16-06-2014
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Preface
The Census is the biggest source of comprehensive data on demography,
economic activity, literacy and education, housing and household amenities,
urbanization, fertility, mortality, Scheduled Caste and Schedule Tribes, language,
religion and migration at village, town and ward level. District Census Hand Book
(DCHB) is series of such Census publication and is the most important district level
publication which provides reliable data at grass root level for the purpose of
planning, administrative requirements as well as of academic development in socio-
demographic field. The DCHB contains the salient results on the data gathered at
the actual enumeration of head-count and in addition contain a wealth of other
non-census information in respect of each village and town ofthe district.
Following the Census tradition, the 2011 series of the District Census
Handbooks is also comprised of two parts. Part-A contains Village and Town
Directory data which provides information on infrastructural amenities and land
use data at village level. The scope and coverage of Village Directory of 2011 DCHB
has been widened by including a number of new amenities in addition to those of
2001. Now DCHB 2011 will also present the newly added amenities which have
been discussed in the foreword of this volume along with the information pertaining
to name and location of villages, area, population, number of households, important
civic amenitiesl facilities available in villages like educational, medical, drinking
water, post, telegraph and telephone, commercial and co-operative banks,
agricultural & non-agricultural credit societies, recreational and cultural facilities,
communications, approach to the village, nearest town by distance, power supply,
news paperl magazine and most important commodity manufactured in the villages.
Similarly, the comprehensive statements and their analysis of Town Directory
provide valuable information on growth, physical, economic, civic and development
aspects in respect of each town of the district. C.D. block being the lowest
administrative unit for developmental planning, it is assumed that the data provided
at this level would be extremely useful to the planners for formulating micro level
developmental plans.
Part-B contains village and town-wise Primary Census Abstract (PCA) along
with Housing amenities data which provides information on area, number of
households, sex-wisetotal population, child population in age-group 0-6, Scheduled
Castes and Scheduled Tribes, literates, workers, non-workers and divisions of
workers into four industrial categories i.e. cultivators, agricultural labourers,
workers in household industries, other workers and special tables on Housing data
in respect of each village and town of the district.
Besides the brief history and other major characteristics of the district, inset
tables and appendixes based on village directory, housing tables and PCA and their
analysis added in the District Census Handbook provide glimpse of availability of
amenities to villages, conditions of housing, assets available with households and
demographic profile of population at Sub-District/C.D. Block level which are of
much utility for demarcation of areas of surplus and deficit to reorient the planning
process.
The District Census Handbook is a joint venture of the Government of
Himachal Pradesh and the Census organisation of the Government of India. The
design of 2011 District Census Handbooks is evolved centrally by the Registrar
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General and Census Commissioner, India and accordingly these books have been
prepared at Directorate level. The data so supplied by the field level officers have
been cross checked with the data obtained from various departments and an
attempt had been made to reconcile the discrepancies to make it more reliable. I am
grateful to all Heads of Departments of the State Government, officers and staff
engaged in the conduct of 2011 Census for their co-operation to accomplish this
task.
The compilation of such a huge amount of varied data in a single volume
requires proper planning and close monitoring. I owe special thanks to Dr. C.
Chandramouli, l.A.S., the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India for
his enlightened guidance and encouragement. I am also thankful to Shri Deepak
Rastogi, Additional Registrar General of India, Dr. A.P. Singh, Deputy Registrar
General (Map), Shri P.K. Banerjee, Deputy Registrar General (C & T), Shri A.K.
Samal, Additional Director, Shri M.S. Thapa, Additional Director, Dr. Pratibha
Kumari, Assistant Registrar General (SS) and Shri A.K. Arora, Joint Director for
providing technical guidance and finalising this report.
The 2011 Census Operations in Himachal Pradesh were carried out under the
able guidance and the dynamic supervision of Shri Balbir Tegta, l.A.S., the then
Director of Census Operations. I owe my deep sense of gratitude to him.
The data presented in the District Census Handbook required a concerted
team work of officers and staff members of this Directorate who were involved whole
heartedly at various stages of its planning, supervision, field work, and
computerization, preparation of manuscript, maps and printing. I express my
appreciation for the painstaking and dedicated services rendered by all of them.
Special mention is made of Shri R.K. Ram, former Joint Director, Shri Ashish
Chauhan, Assistant Director, Shri R.S. Negi, Assistant Director and Shri Ramesh
Kumar Sharma, Statistical Investigator Gr.-ll (Rtd.), Shri Narender Kumar Sharma,
Sr. Compiler, Shri Ratan Kumar Lalmani, Statistical Investigator Gr.-ll, Shri Anil
Kumar Maurya, Compiler, Shri Ramesh Kumar, Compiler and Smt. Sunita Rani
Compiler. Primary Census Abstract (PCA) included in this publication was
scrutinized by Census Section under the supervision of Shri Narpat Ram, Statistical
Investigator Gr.-I, Shri Mohar Singh Chauhan, Statistical Investigator Gr.-I, Shri
Ramesh Chand Chandel, Statistical Investigator Gr.-ll, Kumari Archana Nahar,
Statistical Investigator Gr.-ll, Shri Anil Thakur, Sr. Compiler, Shri Rajender Singh
Chandel, Sr. Compiler and Shri Bhikam Ram, Compiler. Maps appearing in this
publication are prepared by Map Section under the guidance of Smt. Veena Thaku r,
Research Officer. The whole manuscript of the District Census Handbook is edited
and finalised by me. I express my appreciation for the dedicated services rendered
by them and all other my colleagues in the Directorate associated with this project.
I hope this volume will readily comes to the expectation of the data users.
Shimla- 171001 Jaspal Singh
Dated: 30″‘ September, 2014 Deputy Director
Directorate of Census Operations,
Himachal Pradesh
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Supervision
Sh Jaspal Singh
Sh. R.K.Ram
Late Sh. A.S. Negi
Village Directory
Sh. Ashish Chauhan
Sh. R.S.Negi
Sh. Ramesh Kumar Sharma
Smt.Usha Kumari
Sh. Ratan Kumar Lalmani
Smt. Sunita Rani
Sh. Anil Kumar Maurya
Sh. Ramesh Kumar
Town Directory
Sh. Ashish Chauhan
Sh. Ramesh Kumar Sharma
Sh. Ratan Kumar Lalmani
Sh.Ramesh Kumar
Anil Kumar Maurya
Prim ary Census Abstract
Sh. Ashish Chauhan
Sh. Narpat Ram
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Deputy Director
Joint Director (Retired as
on 31$‘ July 2014)
Deputy Director
Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
(Rtd)
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Statistical Investigator Grade-II
Compiler
Compiler
Compiler
Assistant Director
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
(Rtd)
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Compiler
Compiler
Assistant Director
Statistical Investigator Grade-I
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Sh. Mohar Singh
Sh. Ramesh Chandel
Miss.Archana Nahar
Sh. Anil Thakur
Sh.Rajinder Singh Chandel
Sh.Narendar Kumar Sharmra
Sh.Bhikham Ram
Preparation of Maps
Smt. Veena Thakur
Sh. Het Ram Verma
Sh. Shankar Lal Parihar
Sh. Hans Raj
Data Feeding
Sh. Ratan Kumar Lalmani
Sh.Arun Kumar Singh
Miss. Archana Nahar
Sh.Anil Thakur
Smt. Sunita Rani
Sh.Anil Singh Bhandari
Sh.Anil kumar Maurya
Sh.Ramesh Kumar
Miss.Meenakshi Upadhyay
Sh.Akhilesh Kumar
Sh.Amit Kumar
Sh.Rajesh Mohan Rawat
Sh.Swaroop Chand
Statistical Investigator Grade-I
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Senior Compiler
Senior Compiler
Senior Compiler
Compiler
Research Officer
Senior Drawing Assistant
Senior Drawing Assistant
Senior Draughtsman
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Statistical Investigator Grade-ll
Senior Compiler
Compiler
Compiler
Compiler
Compiler
Compiler
Compiler
Clerk
Clerk
MTS

Data Dissemination centre
Miss. Archana Nahar
Sh.Ani| Thakur
Sh.Narendar Kumar Sharma
Photostat
Sh. Dhanvir Singh Negi
ORG|- Data Processing Division
Shri Jaspal Singh Lamba
Ms. Usha
Shri Anurag Gupta
Shri Mukesh K.Mahawar
Ms. Shagufta Nasreen Bhat
Ms. Shashi Seth
Ms. Kiran Bala Saxena
Statistical lnvestiga
Senior Compiler
Senior Compiler
Gestetner Operator
Deputy Director
Assistant Director
DPA Grade ‘A’
DPA Grade ‘A’
DPA Grade ‘A’
Sr. Supervisor
Sr. Supervisor
tor Grade-ll

HISTORY AND SCOPE OF THE DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK
The need of data at the grass root level for the administrative and
planning purposes at sub micro level as well as academic studies prompted the
innovation of District Census Handbook. District Census Handbook is a
unique publication from the Census organization which provides most
authentic details of census and non-census information from village and town
level to district level. The District Census Handbook was firstly introduced
during the 1951 Census. It contains both census and non census data of
urban as well as rural areas for each district. The census data contain several
demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the lowest administrative
unit i.e. of each village and town and ward of the district. The non census data
comprise of data on availability of various civic amenities and infrastructural
facilities etc. at the town and village level which constitute Village Directory
and Town Directory part of the DCHB. The data of DCHB are of considerable
importance in the context of planning and development at grass-root level.
In 1961 census DCHB provided a descriptive account of the district,
administrative statistics, census tables and village and town directory
including Primary Census Abstract. This pattern was changed in 1971 Census
and the DCHB was published in three parts: Part-A related to village and
town directory, Part-B to village and town PCA and Part-C comprised
analytical report, administrative statistics, district census tables and certain
analytical tables based on PCA and amenity data in respect of villages. The
1981 census DCHB was published in two parts: Part-A contained village and
town directory and Part-B the PCA of village and town including the SCs and
STs PCA up to tahsill town levels. New features along with restructuring of the
formats of village and town directory were added into it. In Village Directory,
all amenities except electricity were brought together and if any amenity was
not available in the referent village, the distance in broad ranges from the
nearest place having such an amenity, was given.
The pattern of 1981 census was followed by and large for the DCHB of
1991 Census except the format of PCA. It was restructured. Nine-fold
industrial classification of main workers was given against the four-fold
industrial classification presented in the 1981 census. In addition, sex wise
population in 0-6 age group was included in the PCA for the first time with a
view to enable the data users to compile more realistic literacy rate as all
children below 7 years of age had been treated as illiterate at the time of 1991
census. One of the important innovations in the 1991 census was the
Community Development Block (CD Block) level presentation of village
directory and PCA data instead of the traditional tahsil/taluk/PS level
presentation.
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As regards DCHB of 2001 Census, the scope of Village Directory was
improved by including some other amenities like banking, recreational and
cultural facilities, newspapers & magazines and ‘most important commodity’
manufactured in a village in addition to prescribed facilities of earlier censuses.
In Town Directory, the statement on Slums was modified and its coverage was
enlarged by including details on all slums instead of ‘notified slums‘.
The scope and coverage of Village Directory of 2011 DCHB has been
widened by including a number of new amenities in addition to those of 2001.
In the Town Directory, seven Statements containing the details and the data
of each town have been presented viz.; (i) Status and Growth History of towns,
(ii) Physical Aspects and Location of Towns, (m) Civic and other Amenities, (iv)
Medical Facilities, (v) Educational, Recreational & Cultural Facilities, (vi)
Industry & Banking, and (vii) Civic & other amenities in Slums respectively.
CD Block wise data of Village Directory and Village PCA have been presented in
DCHB of 2011 census as presented in earlier census. The data of DCHB 2011
Census have been presented in two parts, Part-A contains Village and Town
Directory and Part-B contains Village and Town wise Primary Census Abstract.
Both the Parts have been published in separate volumes in 2011 Census.
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Brief history of the district
Sorrouned by the snowcapped mountain district of Lahul & Spiti is a
smallest district in population as compare to other districts of the state. It
shares international boundary with Tibet. It attained the status of the district
only in 1960. Till then it was merely a sub division of Kullu tehsil which itself
form a part of erstwhile Kangra district of Punjab. It is difficult to connected
and coherent past account of hisrory of the area due to its isolation from the
rest of the world. This has been a home to the sturdy people who could only
endure and withstand the vigours of nature, loved solitude and extremely hard
life of those forbidding mountains. The present district of Lahul & Spiti
comprises two different tracts of Lahul & Spiti. The name of the district came
into existence with the formation of these two parts into a revenue district. It
has two distinct entities geographically and historically. Lahul area includes
valleys of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers up to their confluence near Tandi and
also the main Chandra Bhaga valley as far as Thirot Nallah. Spiti area
includes the valley of main Spiti River and the valley of its tributary the Pin
River. It is said that the word Laho-Yul means southern country and because
of its geographical location to the south of Ladakh, the Ladakhis refer its name
as Laho-yul. Spiti is the name of river locally known as Piti which in Tibetan
language means middle province.
In ancient Buddhist scriptures “Padma Thang yiang” and “Mamkambum”
there is mention of a country named Khasa or Hasha to the south of Ladakh
and Zangskar. It is possible also that “Garzha“ may be corruption of Khasa or
Hasha. lncidently, the name Lahul had been in use only in Kullu and by
Indians whereas the local people, Kinnaurs and Tibetans called this area as
Garzha. Between the 6″‘ century B.C. and the 5″‘ century A.D. the Saka and
Khasa tribes after having been driven out from Central Asia by the Huns,
crossed over to India. Many of these settled down in the valleys of Mid
Himalayans between Garhwal and Ladakh. This is borne out by the numerous
remains of their graves found in these valleys. There is a nullah near Keylong
known as Shaks which seems to have taken its name after the Saka tribe
settled in the Bhaga valley.
Hutchison J. and Vogel J. Ph mentioned in History of the Punjab Hill
States (Vol. ll, 1953 pp 475-76) that the first historical mention of Lahul is
found in Hiuen Tsing traveloque who visited Kullu sometime between 629-645
A.D. He mentioned Lo-u-lo (Lahul) as lying north of Kiu-lu-lo (Kullu). He had
been off the mark to estimate the distance from Kullu because he massively
overestimated the distance. It is perhaps believed that he confused this Li-yul
(Khotan) but the indisputable fact remains that Hiun Tsiang referred to Lahul
only and nt other area.
The history of Lahul & Spiti remained altogether different in the earlier
period and was influenced by different forces. The impact of Kullu, Chamba
and to some extent Ladakh is visible in Lahul whereas Spiti is influenced
mostly by Tibet and Ladakh cultures. The track of Lahul valley was either
under Kullu or Chamba Rajas or both and also under Ladakh’s sovereignty for
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sometime but never had its own independent kingdom. The Spiti valley in the
earlier periods was ruled by a powerful kingdom of the Sen Dynasty. At one
time during 600-650 A.D. even Kullu remains tributary to Spiti. After the fall
of the Sen Dynasty, the position of Spiti became the same as that of Lahul. It
is believed that Local Tribal Chief called JOS had ruled Lahul in the ancient
time which corresponds to the Ranas and Thaku rs of the rest of the hill states.
These JOS were believed to be of Tibetan origin and the only symbol of their
subjection of the people was the annual tribute which they used to pay to JOS.
These Baranical families were said to be mainly living at Gushal, Kardang,
Darcha, Barbog and some other places like the Jagirdar or Thakur families at
British time. From about 600 A.D. onwards up till thefirst half of 19’“ century,
Lahul was an intermittent battle ground between the kings of Kullu, Chamba,
Ladakh and Tibet. The ups and downs of the battle and the consequent
territorial adjustments apart, it would appear that valley beyond Tandi to
Thirot Nullah was largely under the occupation of the King of Chamba during
this period and the area from ‘sangam’ of Chandra and Bhaga up to Kunzam
and the Bhaga valley up to Baralacha pass had been under the Kullu king.
The Bhaga valley in between had been under the domination of Ladakh king.
One time hordes of invaders from Yarkand in Central Asia invaded the entire
Chandra and Bhaga valleys and conquered the Chandra and Bhaga valley and
reached up to Brahmpura (Bharmaur) in Chamba. It is evident that Lahul
valley remained under the Central Asian invaders for considerable period of
time and cultural and ethnic impact left by them is visible even today.
Spiti in ancient times was believed to have been ruled by a pre-Buddhist
Hindu dynasty of Rajas bearing the surname or suffix of ‘Sena’ Captain
Harcourt states in his historical note that coins of this dynasty have been
found in the valley but this has not been verified. Spiti at one time may have
included at least the Bushehr and Kullu Pandrabis Kothis on the right bank of
the Sutlej. Perhaps for a short time it was an important power in the loosely
defined tract known as Guge. The copper plate at Nirmand in Parshu Ram
temple is said to have been granted by the then Raja of Spiti. The Spiti had
been remained bone of contention between then Rajas of Chamba, Kullu,
Bushehr and Ladakh and Central Asia right from 600 A.D. onwards uptil the
first half of 19*“ century. The subjects of Spiti always have been paying
tributes either to Ladakh, or to Kullu and Bushehr or many times to all
simultaneously in order to buy peace. It continues to exist for centuries and
the position was the same even when Morocraft and Trebeck traveled Spiti in
1821. The people were generally not war like and whenever one of the
neighbouring states invaded, they escaped to hills till the invaders returned
with the plunder.
On the subjections and annexation of Kullu by the Sikhs in 1840-41,
they took possession of Lahul & Spiti which at that time was under the King of
Kullu. No attempt was made by the Sikhs to annex the country which
remained a province of Ladakh. The entire valleys of Lahul & Spiti and Kullu
passed on to the sikh domination until 1846, when these provinces became
British territory. After Anglo-Sikh war the whole Alpine Punjab from Ravi to
Indus including Ladakh and Spiti was transferred in perpetual sovereignty to
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Raja Gulab Singh of Jammu. In the same year, Spiti was exchanged for other
territory and added to Kullu with the object of securing a road to wool district
of changthang in Tibet proper. Under the same treaty, Kullu and Lahul
became British territory and with this, ultimately the era of peace and
prosperity begin in the entire region. The Britishers placed Lahul under the
administration of a Wazir who happened to be the head of the Thakur family of
Khangsar village of Kothi Keylong. Due to atrocities of Thakurs’ this
arrangement came to an end in 1941 and a Naib Tehsildar was posted for the
first time in this area to run the administration in uniformity with other parts
of the provinces. In the other hand, the Spitian started paying some land
revenue to the British Captain. A Cunningham and Vans Angew fixed the
boundary between Spiti and Ladakh and eastern Tibet, the mountainous and
uninhabited territory to the east of Baralacha and north of the Parang passes
being attached to Spiti in the autumn of 1846. The boundary runs from west
of the Baralacha pass, crosses the Lingti plain, and passes east ward to the
south of the Tsomoriri lake and then south to the Sutlej touching Tibet proper
on the way. For the first three years after 1846, the collection of the revenue
was framed out to Mansukh Dass, Wazir of raja of Bushehr, but in the autumn
of 1849, Major Hay Asstt. Commissioner of Kullu went to Spiti and took over
charge. A Jagir was formed later and granted to Nono who was designated as
Wazir of Spiti in 1883 by the Spiti Frontier Regulations and he was vested
formally with honorary magisterial powers and a reader was provided by the
Government to assist him in hisjudicial work.
Morarian Mission was set up at Keylong during the later half of 19″‘
century. The mission was German in origin but became international in
character and the funds exclusively came from England. Some of the
missionaries had indeed done a valuable historical, archaeological and
linguistic works in the district. Dr. A.D.H. Francke deserves a special mention
who wrote some of the books on Lahul and its history and the development of
language etc. His book “Antiquities of Indian Tibet” contains a wealth of
information about Lahul. From 1846 to 1940, Lahul formed part of the Kullu
Sub Division of Kangra district of British India and administered through the
local Jagirdas/Thakurs. In 1941, a separate Sub Tehsil comprising Lahul &
Spiti was formed with headquarters at Keylong and a Naib Tehsildar was
posted by divesting thethaku rs of their powers. The system remained in vogue
till June, 1960 when Lahul & Spiti district came into being.
After the attainment of independence in 1947, the attention of
Government of Punjab was drawn towards the development of Lahul & Spiti
and to bring it in the fold of the developing Punjab. A Development Council
was constituted in 1952. With a view to developing the area more rapidly, the
Government of Punjab in 1960 converted Lahul & Spiti into a district with
headquarters at Keylong vide Revenue Department, Punjab Government.
Notification No. 1052-Rg-lI-60/ 758 dated June 30, 1960. Simultaneously,
Lahul was constituted into a separate tehsil and Spiti into Sub-tehsil with two
sub-divisions with headquarters at Keylong and Kaza respectively. Prior to this,
it formed the part of Kullu sub-division ofthe then district Kangra of Punjab as
two Sub-tehsils Lahul & Spiti these areas have been declared as Scheduled
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Area under the fifth Schedule to the constitution by the President of India.
Due to the re organization of Punjab State, this district along with some other
hill areas were merged with the State of Himachal Pradesh on the 13‘
November, 1966. When this area was upgraded to the district, the sub-tehsil
was upgraded to the tehsil levels and later to the sub-division. There were two
Tehsils with 219 revenue villages in the district during 1971 Census. The area
falling within the jurisdiction of Tindi, Udaipur, Triloknath and Miyar Nullah
Panchayats with 118 villages of Pangi tehsil of Chamba district were
transferred to Lahul Sub Division in 1975 because of its proximity and
accessibility to this area. The State Government again decided to carve out
another sub tehsil known as Udaipur sub-tehsil in 1980 out of Lahul tehsil
with 150 villages adjacent to Chamba district in it with sub-tehsil headquarters
at Udaipur. Later on, the status of this sub-tehsil was raised to the level of
Sub Division in the same year. The numbers of villages in the district have
increased from 219 in 1971 Census to 317 in 1981 Census with addition of one
more Sub-Tehsil of Udaipur to existing 2 Tehsils. The number of villages in
Sipiti Tehsil has increased from 47 in 1981 to 113 in 1991 and again 231 in
2001 Census due to completion of settlement operation in the district while
number of Tehsilsl Su b-tehsils remained constraint.
People:
To trace the anthropological link with the past, the local research data has
revealed that this area in about 2000 B.C. was inhabited by aboriginal tribes in
language and also in stock analogous to the Munda speaking tribes of Bengal
and Central India. At the later period, Tibetan settlers came in from the north
and east from Rupshu and Ladakh into the head of Bhaga valley and from Spiti
and Tibet into the head of the Chandra valley. Even till the beginning of 20″“
century, J. Hutchison and Vogel maintained that the survivors of the Munda
speaking ethnological stock were to be found in the isolated village of Malana in
Kullu district and in the Bushehr track on the Sutlej. Aryans and Semi Aryans
also came from west and South in the different stocks and started living.
Thus, the Lahulas at present are the ultimate product of amalgamation of
these different races. Unlike the Lahul valley, the Spitians are purely the
Tibetan stock, any traces of Hindu or Aryan blood in the Spiti valley is not to be
seen today. On the other hand even the features of Lahulis of today give a
combination of Mangolian and Aryan traits with their short and stout physique
slightly high cheek bones and oblique almond like eyes combined with straight
nose which reflects both Mngolian and Aryan blood. The Lahula men are very
active and shrewd and widely traveled to Tibet, Ladakh, Kullu, Punjab and
other parts of country and have considerable business acumen.
Social Mores:
People of Lahul & Spiti have little inhibition and boys and girls freely mix
without any restraint and love marriages consequently are very common. The
polyandry system in Lahul valley is now on a steady decline while in Spiti
monogamy and polygamy have been in vogue in the past. The law of
primogeniture prevails in both the valleys wherethe entire landed property was
inherited by the eldest brother and others had to earn their livelihood by
engaging themselves in service, trade and by becoming lamas in the
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monasteries. This in the past acted as double edged sword by stabilising
agricultural economy and also controlling population.
The social celebrations in both valleys follow with the feast which
contains meat and chhang and local brew. The entire of the district is tribal
with a meager population of Scheduled Castes. Swangla and Lahula in Lahul
and Bodhl Bodhs in Spiti division are the major three types of tribes in the
district. According to 1991 Census, out of total 31,294 population, 24,088
belonged to Scheduled Tribes constituting 76.97 per cent of total district
population. Among the Scheduled Tribes, Bhot, Bodh is most predominant in
this district accounting for 72.82 per cent of total tribal population. Swangla
tribe occupies second position with 24.40 per cent whereas other Scheduled
Tribes are insignificant both in number and proportion.
Dress:
Men wear coat and pyjama and women wear tight pyjama, choga like shirts
tied at the waist with the waist coat. Most of the times, cloths on women are of
maroon and dark brown colour. While men keep short hair, women keep their
hair twisted into numerous pigtails held in position by plaits. The Lahulas
have traditional straw shoes, the soles of which are made of barley straw and
the upper from string Chamba fibre. These shoes are very suitable for walking
on the snow. The traditional shoes are indicative of the social status and the
people belonging to high class do wear shoes which are lined with fur.
Occupation:
People of Lahul & Spiti are short statured, sturdy and very hardworking.
Before the start of modern communication, the male folks mainly spent their
time plying their mules apart from helping the ladies in agricultural operations.
The trade on mules was their occupation and Kuth was their main trade.
While men shuttled from Tibet to Punjab and other parts of India, women
attended the uneconomical agricultural operations like sowing, beading,
irrigation of barley and buck wheat. With the opening of the modern
communication system, the men folk are seen carrying on their trade by using
trucks which have considerably replaced the mules and other pack animals
and the women folk work on the field mainly concentrating on cash crops like
seed potato, peas and hops mainly which have indeed revolutionised the
economy of the valley. With the opening of more schools and other technical
training institutions, the occupational culture is getting changed steadily and
the younger generation is coming forward to aspire for government jobs. The
enterpreneuring people have established themselves in business activities,
tourism industry and other trade activities.
Religion:
Hinduism is the leading religion in Lahul sub-division especially in the merged
area from Chamba district and Pattan valley while Buddhism predominates in
the Spiti sub-division. In fact, there is an admixture of these religions. In the
bleak atmosphere and awe inspiring, ruggedness of the Rocky Mountains, from
their fear and submission to the grandeur of nature, the people of region
sought protection and mercy for their survival and created mountain gods. In
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Himalaya, Shiva’s trident is visible and is placed over the ornamental skulls.
Before the advent of Buddhism, there was a popular animistic creed calling for
species of belief that went under the title of religion of the valley. Hinduism is
more prevalent along the Chandra Bhaga valley. It is said that the Buddhism
spread widely in Lahul during the 11″‘ century A.D. when the Buddhist Saints
founded new monasteries and repaired the old dilapidated ones. The
monasteries at Gumrang and Sissu were said to constructed during this period
by a famous Buddhist scholar and translator Ringchen Zangpo. Later in 16″‘
century, two sub sects of Lho-Drugpa and Drugpa in the valley came into being
who have even survived today. Introduction of the Buddhism in the Lahul &
Spiti valleys actually dates back to 8″” century believed to be propagated by
Padam Sambhava the famous missionary from Udyana (a place near Kashmir).
According to ancient Tibetan books, Padam Sambhava visited Mandi and Lahul
during the 8″‘ century and preached the doctrines of Buddha and it was during
this time, it is said that shrines of Triloknath and Guru Ghantal were founded.
Previous to this, people had no fixed religion and used to believe in worshipping
snakes(Lhu), demons and spirits etc as benevolent and marvolent deities. It is
said that Triloknath was originally a Shiva temple and a place of pilgrimage for
Hindus. Later on, the setting up of white marble image of Avalokeshwar is
attributed to Padma Sambhava (Guru Rinpoche) of Udyana. In Spiti valley too,
the monastery at Tabo is also said to have come up under the patronage of
great Buddhist monk Padam Sambhava of 8*“ century.
The majority of population of this district is Buddhists. As per 1991
Census, the proportion of Buddhist population was 59.90 per cent while Hindu
accounted for 39.60 per cent of the total population. The proportion of other
religions was only 0.50 per cent of total population in the district.
Language:
Swanglas, Thakurs, Kanets and Bhots along with several Scheduled Castes
communities of Chahans, Dombas, Hessis, Garas and Balras etc inhabit in the
district. The people of Spiti valley speak only Tibetan language whereas there
are three dialects which are spoken in Lahul valley. Bunan is spoken in the
Chandra Bhaga valley. Tinan is spoken in Chandra valley and Manchat is
spoken in Chandra Bhaga valley upto Thirot. All these three dialects are said
to have strong affinities with the languages of Munda speaking tribes of the
Pre-Aryan times of India. It is connected with the Tibetan only in relation to
vocabulary. Moreover, the researchers have found many similarities between
Chanali dialect of Lahul and Sanskrit.
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Administrative set-up
Lahul & Spiti district falls in the Northern Mountains Zone constituting part
of Himalayan macro region embracing facing the northern frontier of the Sub
Continent, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Northern Uttar Pradesh,
Sikkim etc. The Northern Mountains have been divided primarily on the basis
of geology, forest cover and relief. The relief and drainage however have played
a dominant role in establishing various sub divisions within the Himalayan
zone. State of Himachal Pradesh is given the name of Himachal Pradesh
Himalaya while dividing the country into second order regions. It is a part of
the northern mountains which is the first tier region of the country and flanked
between Jammu & Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh. Accordingly the district of
Lahul & Spiti falls into the Trans Himalayan zone, sub-division of Himachal
Pradesh Himalayan sub region ofthe Northern Mountains region of India. This
district is situated in the northern and north-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh
and makes boundary line between Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir
and Tibet (China) in these directions.
The district is divided into three sub-divisions of Udaipur, Lahul & Spiti
with headquarters at Udaipur, Keylong and Kaza respectively. These sub-
divisions are also co-terminus with tehsils/sub-tehsil having their
headquarters at the same places for the administrative purposes. Further
district is also divided into two Community Development Blocks viz. Lahul
comprising tehsil of Lahul and sub tehsil of Udaipur with headquarters at
Keylong and Spiti C.D. Block which is co-terminus with tehsil Spiti for the
developmental purposes. The Deputy Commissioner alongwith the Chief
Judicial Magistrate, Superintendent of Police, Chief Executive Officer of Zila
Parishad, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Officers of the State Government
look after the development and regulatory functions in the district. Sub
Divisional Magistrate is the head of sub-division while Block Development
Officer is the head of the Community Development Block. However, Spiti sub-
division is headed by Additional Deputy Commissioner who is stationed at Kaza
and is vested with administrative control of this sub-division for administration
and developmental purposes. At the tehsil/sub-tehsil level, the Tehsildar and
Naib-Tehsildar look after their respective departments for development and
regulatory functions. There are three Police Stations functioning at Keylong,
Udaipur and Kaza and four Police Chowkies at Tindi, Jahalma, Koksar and
Samdu as on 31.3.2000 as informed by the Superintendent of Police, Keylong.
The patwar circles of Triloknath, Tindi, Udaipur and Mayar Nullah of Pattan
Valley which formed part of Pangi tehsil prior to 1975 though culturally and
ethnically the people were more akin to Lahulas were transferred from Pangi
tehsil to Lahul tehsil of Lahul & Spiti district in 1975. The State Government
in 1980 carved out Udaipur sub-tehsil out of Lahul tehsil with 150 villages
(118 villages of Triloknath, Tindi, Udaipur and Mayur Nullah of Pangi tehsil
transferred to Lahul tehsil and 32 other villages of Lahul tehsil) adjacent to
Pangi tehsil in it with sub-tehsil headquarter at Udaipur for administratively
more convenient. It was upgraded to sub-division level in 1980. 118 new
villages have been created in Spiti tehsil after 1991 Census due to settlement
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operations in the area resulting increase in total number of revenue villages in
the district from 403 in 1991 to 521 in 2001 Census. . Nojurisdiction changes
at district or tehsil/sub-tehsil have taken place during the decade of 2001-
2011.
Jurisdictional Changes during 2001-2011
No. of Villages as No. of towns
Name of per No. of
district/tehsi|/ 2001 2011 new 2001 2011
sub-tehsil Census Census villages Census Census Reasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Lahul & S iti
District p 521 521 ‘ ‘ –
Udaipur (S.T.) 150 150 – – –
Lahul (T) 140 140 – – –
Spiti (T) 231 231 – – –
Zila Parishad and Panchayat Samitis:
The three tier system of Panchayati Raj Act with the provision of Zila
Parishad, Panchayat Samiti and Gram Panchayat was introduced in Himachal
Pradesh from mid ninetees with a view to promote development of democratic
institutions and to secure greater measure of participation by the people in
development plans in local areas and government affairs by decentralisation of
powers and functions. The jurisdiction of the Zila Parishad and Panchayat
Samitis corresponds to the district and C.D. Blocks boundaries except that of
urban bodies which are not covered by them.
A separate ward is demarcated keeping in view of area, population and
number of Gram Panchayat under the jurisdiction of each C.D. blocks and
district. Reserved wards for ladies, Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes are
also carved out according to population and in rotation. The elected members
of the Zila Parishad select its President and Vice-President and Chairman of its
committee from amongst the elected members by casting ballot votes or voice
vote. The term of office of the executive body and the members is for five years.
The Deputy Commissioner of the district is deputed by the State Government
as the Chief Executive Officer to the Zila Parishad. The Parishad is also
assisted by the various departments and the heads of those departments at the
district level. The Panchayat Samitis have Chairman and Deputy Chairman
elected from amongst elected members at the block level. The Block
Development Oficer works as Secretary to the Panchayat Samiti. The term of
office of the members is five years. The executive authority for the purpose of
carrying out the provisions of the Himachal Pradesh Zila Parishad and
Panchayat Samiti Act rests in the Chief Executive Officer and Block
Development Officers. The Deputy Chief Executive Officer generally in the rank
of Additional Deputy Commissioner or Additional District Magistrate works as
a Secretary of the general body of the Zila Parishad.
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Urban Local Bodies:
The Municipal Corporation, Municipal Council, Nagar Parishad, Nagar
Panchayat, Cantonment Board, Notified Towns, etc. are the statutory urban
local bodies. There is no statutory town in the district and it is entirely rural
including its headquarters.
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District Highlights 2011 Census
Lahul & Spiti district is smallest and ranks at the end of all districts in
terms of population in the state but ranks on the top in terms of area as
it claims the major chunk of 24.86 per cent of the state area.
The Sex —ratio of total population in census 2011 for Lahul & Spiti is 903
females per thousand males, which shown improvement of 101 as
compareto census 2001.
Lahul & Spiti is sporadically populated with a population of 2 persons
per sq. kilometrethough it is the biggest in terms of area in the state.
It is comprised of entirely rural settlements with no urban component
and registered negative growth rate of -5.0 per cent during 2001-2011
against Positive growth of + 6.17 per cent in its population during 2001-
2011 and continues to occupy last position in terms of growth of
population in the state.
It is the smallest district with 3 Sub-Divisions namely Udaipur, Lahul
and Spiti. 2 Community Development Blocks namely Lahul and Spiti, 2
Tehsils and one Su b-tehsil in the state.
It touches the international boundary of Tibet and adjoining Ladakh
region of Jammu and Kashmir. In old time, it used to provide the trade
route between Central Asia to Gartok and Lahasa of Tibet.
The district is renowned for snow fields, ice caves, glaciers and snow clad
mountains and passes.
The Lahul and Udaipur Sub-divisions remain cut off from the rest of
world for about 6 month every year due to closure of vehicular traffic
through Rohtang pass because of heavy snowfall. Moreover the valleys of
Spiti and Lahul remain almost cut off from each other for 8 months of
the year by the mighty walls of Himalayan ranges between them.
The economy of the district is mainly agrarian and 58.18 per cent
workers in the district are engaged in Primary Sector. It has distinction
of being alone district in the state engaged in cultivation of ‘hops’ and
‘Kuth’.
It has attained fame in producing high quality potato crop and peas
which are in much demand not only in the country but also in foreign
countries.
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Important Statistics
Total
inhabited
Uninhabited
Number of Villages
Number of Towns Statutory
Census
Total
Normal
Institutional
Houseless
Number of Households
Persons
Males
Females
Population Total
Persons
Males
Females
Rural
Urban Person s
Males
Females
Percentage Urban Population
Decadal Population Growth
2001-2011
Persons
Males
Females
Area (in sq Km.)
Density of Population (Persons
per sq Km.)
Sex Ratio Total
(Number of females per 1000 males) RU ral
Urban
State
20,690
17,882
2,808
56
3
59
1,479,208
3,137
935
6,864,602
3,481,873
3,382,729
6,176,050
3,110,345
3,065,705
688,552
371,528
317,024
10.03
Nu m ber
786,702
393,933
392,769
55673
123
972
986
853
20
District
521
280
241
6,594
78
2
31,564
16,588
14,976
31,564
16,588
14,976
Percentage Number
12.94 (1,660)
12.76 (1,853)
13.14 193
13841.00
2
903
903
Percentage
-5.00
-10.05
1.31

Important Statistics
State District
Literates Person s
Males
Females
Scheduled Castes Person s
Males
Females
Scheduled Tribes Person S
Males
Females
Workers and Non-Workers
Total Workers (Main and Persons
Marginal) Males
Females
(i) Main Workers Persons
Males
Females
(ii) Marginal Workers Persons
Males
Females
Non-Workers Person S
Males
Females
Category of Workers (Main & Marginal)
(i) Cultivators Person S
Males
Females
(ii)AgriculturaI Labourers Person s
Males
Females
(m)Workers in household Person s
industry Males
Females
(iv) Other Workers Person s
Males
Females
Number Percentage Number Percentage
5,039,736
2,752,590
2,287,146
1,729,252
876,300
852,952
392,126
196,118
196,008
3,559,422
2,043,373
1,516,049
2,062,501
1,438,989
623,512
1,496,921
604,384
892,537
3,305,180
1,438,500
1,866,680
2,062,062
906,154
1,155,908
175,038
103,060
71,978
58,719
37,167
21,552
1,263,603
996,992
266,611
21
82.8
89.53
75.93
25.19
25.17
25.21
5.71
5.63
5.79
51.85
58.69
44.82
30.05
41.33
18.43
21.81
17.36
26.39
48.15
41.31
55.18
57.93
44.35
76.24
4.92
5.04
4.75
1.65
1.82
1.42
35.5
48.79
17.59
21,845
12,897
8,948
2,235
1,154
1,081
25,707
12,748
12,959
19,295
10,763
8,532
15, 190
8,732
6,458
4,105
2,031
2,074
12,269
5,825
6,444
11,227
4,891
6,336
572
339
233
167
99
68
7,329
5,434
1,895
76.81
85.69
66.84
7.08
6.96
7.22
81.44
76.85
86.53
61.13
64.88
56.97
48.12
52.64
43.12
13.01
12.24
13.85
38.87
35.12
43.03
58.19
45.44
74.26
2.96
3.15
2.73
0.87
0.92
0.80
37.98
50.49
22.21

Section – I
Primary Census Abstract (PCA)

Brief Note on Primary Census Abstract
Introduction:
The Indian Census has the reputation of being one of the best in the world.
The first Census in India was conducted in the year 1872. This was conducted
at different points of time in different parts of the country. In 1881 a Census
was taken for the entire country simultaneously. Since then, Census has been
conducted every ten years, without a break. Thus, the Census of India 2011
was the fifteenth in this unbroken series since 1872, the seventh after
independence and the second census of the third millennium and twenty first
century. The census has been uninterruptedly continued despite of several
adversities like wars, epidemics, natural calamities, political unrest, etc.
The Census of India is conducted under the provisions of the Census Act
1948 and the Census Rules, 1990. In Censuses until 1931, a synchronous de-
facto method was adopted wherein the Census was conducted throughout the
country on a single night. This being a very costly affair and involved the
deployment of very large force at one point of time was given up in 1941. Since
then the same methodology has been followed in all the Censuses. It is a
gigantic operation and considered to be the single largest, complex, peace time
administrative exercise in the world.
The Census Operation in India is carried out in two distinct but inter
connected phases – the House listing and Housing Census followed by the
Population Enumeration. During the first phase of Census 2011 i.e., House
listing and Housing Census, the buildings, census houses and households
were identified and systematically listed in the House Listing and Housing
Census Schedule during the period April to September, 2010 in different
Statesl Union Territories. Apart from listing of houses, some useful data on the
amenities available to the households was also collected for assessing condition
of human settlements, housing deficits etc.
Censuses prior to Census 2001 had the system of collecting the
information through Individual Slip which was a key schedule for every
individual. The information collected through slip was then compiled for a
household. Some information was also collected in addition to this for the
household. During 2001 Census a comprehensive Household Schedule was
adopted replacing the individual slip concept. In 2011 Census also similar
household schedule was used for canvassing. The scope of demographic, socio-
economic parameters has been widened in every census.
2. Population Enumeration – Census 2011:
The field work of the second phase i.e. Population Enumeration was carried
out during February-March, 2011. One of the essential features of Population
Enumeration in the second phase was that each person was enumerated and
her/ his individual particulars were collected at a well-defined point of time.
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The Census moment and the reference date for the Census of India 2011
was 00:00 hours of 1st March, 2011. The enumeration was conducted from 9th
February to 28’“ February, 2011 along with a revisional round from 15′ March,
2011 to 5″‘ March, 2011 synchronously all over the country except for few
specific areas of the Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand
states that remain snowbound in February. In these locations the population
enumeration was done from 11″‘ September, 2010 to 30″‘ September, 2010
along with a revisional round from 15′ October, 2010 to 5″‘ October, 2010. The
reference date for the census in snow bound non-synchronous areas of these
states was 00.00 hours of the first day of October, 2010. In addition to the
coverage during House listing & Housing Census, the enumeration of the
Houseless population was carried out on the night of 28th February, 2011, as
has been the usual practice. For the purpose of Census, certain areas where
the access of the civilian enumerators was not permissible due to security
reasons termed as ‘Special Charges‘ such as the Defence and strictly
Military/Para-Military areas, including operational areas were also covered.
Such areas were not covered during the House listing & Housing Census. In
addition to the defence/para-military areas, Special Charges also included
certain factory areas, certain colonies, sensitive areas, scientific
establishments, etc. These also formed Special Charges as these were not
accessible by the usual census enumerator.
3. Quality Assurance:
A Task Force for Quality Assurance (TFQA) functioned under the
chairmanship of the RG & CCI. Experienced officers of the different divisions of
the organization i.e. Heads and senior officers of the Census Division, Data
Processing Division, Map Division, Demography Division and Social Studies
Division comprised the TFQA. The Directors of Census Operations were co-
opted as members whenever the TFQA discussed the data for their
Statesl Union territories. The main objective of constituting the TFQA was to
subject the data to stringent validation checks and ensure its quality before
release as it was expedient to be satisfied itself about the quality of data before
putting the same in public domain.
The Directors and their senior officers were involved at all levels with
respect to the quality and the coverage of their states/Uts. The TFQA
intensively scrutinized coverage and content parameters including edit and
imputation logic. The most important aspect of the data quality was to ensure
complete coverage of all geographical areas especially for the population
enumeration phase where the data is disseminated right up to the village level
in the rural areas and the ward level in the urban areas. Thus ensuring the
complete coverage and correct geographical linkage of each enumeration block
was one of the major planks of the quality control, especially for small area
population statistics. The content was scrutinized mainly through the process
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of internal consistency, comparison with similar data in the past and also
through validation with likewise data if available, from external sources.
Quite often the local knowledge and perception was looked at to
understand both the existing and the new emerging trends of population
distribution and characteristics. A very comprehensive check and edit
mechanism was put in place to objectively examine the preliminary Census
2011 Population Enumeration results and finally clear them for use. The
population data was cleared only after the full possible satisfaction of the
TFQA.
The entire work relating to the data validation and scrutiny was
completed by all the Statesl Union territories under the overall supervision and
monitoring of the Census Division of the Office of the Registrar General, India
with active cooperation and support of the Social Studies Division, Data
Processing Division, Data Dissemination Division and Map Division.
4. Primary Census Abstract:
The Primary Census Abstract which is important publication of 2011
Census gives basic information on Area, Total Number of Households, Total
Population, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes Population, Population in the
age group 0-6, Literates, Main Workers and Marginal Workers classified by the
four broad industrial categories, namely, (i) Cultivators, (ii) Agricultural
Labourers, (m) Household Industry Workers, and (iv) Other Workers and also
Non-Workers. The characteristics of the Total Population include Scheduled
Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Institutional and Houseless Population and are
presented by sex and rural-urban residence.
In 1981 census main workers were presented into four categories. As
regards 1991 Census, the nine-fold industrial classification of main workers
has been given in the Primary Census Abstract. One of the important features
of the Primary Census Abstract of 1991 Census was the presentation of
population of the age group 0-6 which is continued in 2001 and 2011 Census.
All the children of age 6 years or less have been treated as illiterate even if the
child is going to a school and may have picked up reading and writing. This will
help the data users in better analysis and understanding of the literacy data as
the literacy rate is calculated with 7 years and above population and it is
referred as effective literacy rate. In 2001 and 2011 census four categories of
main workers have been given in the Primary Census Abstract.
5. Level of Presentation of PCA data in District Census Handbooks:
The format of Primary Census Abstract (PCA) adopted in the DCHB of
2001 Census has been continued for 2011 Census as the data on four
categories of works have been presented similar to 2001 census. The Primary
Census Abstract data in different PCAs are presented at different levels. The
level of presentation of Primary Census Abstracts in DCHB is as under:
26

1. District Primary Census Abstract -District/ C.D. Blockl Town.
2. Primary Census Abstract for Scheduled Castes- Districtl C.D. Block! Town.
3. Primary Census Abstract for Scheduled Tribes -District/ C.D. Block/ Town.
4. Village Primary Census Abstract -C.D. Block/ Village wise.
5. Urban Primary Census Abstract- Town/ Ward level.
The PCA Data for villages was presented C.D. Block wise for the first time
in 1991 Census. This practice is continued in 2001 and 2011 Census. The
term ‘Total Population’ includes the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes,
the Institutional and the Houseless populations. An appendix to District
Primary Census Abstract has also been furnished showing urban enumeration
block-wise particulars on Total Population, the Scheduled Castes Population
and the Scheduled Tribes Population for each town.
6. Area Figures:
The area figures supplied by local revenue authorities of the district in
respect of tahsils, Police Stations and by the local bodies in respect of towns
are given in square kilometers. The area figures of the villages supplied by the
Tahsildars in acres have been converted and shown in hectares. The area
figures of the C.D. Block are the total of the village areas coming under each
C.D. Block. The area figures for the district are the same as adopted by the
Surveyor General of India to maintain uniformity at the national level.
27

District Prim ary Census
Abstract

025 Lahul 8| Spiti – District
0023 Lahul
0024 Spiti
Total 13,841.00
Rural 13,841.00
Urban 0.00
Total 2,010.85
Rural 2,010.85
Urban 0.00
Total 7,101.11
Rural 7,101.11
Urban 0.00
6,674
6,674
4,091
4,091
2,583
2,583
31,564
31,564
19,107
19,107
12,457
12,457
30
16,588
16,588
9,897
9,897
6,691
6,691
14,916
14,976
9.210
9,210
5,766
5.766
3,125
3,125
1,609
1,609
1,516
1.516
1 ,53’I
1 ,537
777
777
760
760
1,588
1,588
832
832
756
756

2,235
2,235
1 .699
1 ,699
536
536
1,154
1,154
853
853
301
301
1,081
1 .081
846
846
235
235
25,707
25,707
15.163
15,163
10,544
10.544
12,748
12,748
7.501
7,501
5,247
5.247
12,959
12,959
7.662
7,662
5,297
5.297
21,845
21,845
13,119
13,119
8,726
8.726
12,897
12,897
7.715
7,715
5,182
5.182
8,948
8,948
5.404
5,404
3,544
3 .544
Total Lflhu|&Spili-District
Rural
Urban
Total Lahul
Rural
Urban
Total Spill
Rural
Urban

Lahul & Spltl –
025 District
0023 Lahul
0024 Spiti
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
19,295
19,295
12,183
12,183
7,112
7,112
10,763
10,753
6.643
6,643
4,120
4.120
B,532
8,532
5. 540
5,540
2,992
2. 992
15,190
15,190
10,671
10,671
4,519
4,519
8,732
8,732
5,815
5,815
2,917
2,917
6,458
6,458
4. 856
4,856
1 ,602
1 .602
8,877
8,877
7,593
7,593
1,284
1,284
4,018
4,018
3,431
3,431
587
587
4,859
4,859
4,1 62
4,1 62
697
697

283
263
151
151
112
112
161
167
1 09
1 09
58
58
96
95
42
42
54
54
155
155
144
144
11
11
93 62
93 62
85 59
85 59
8 3
8 3
5,895
5,895
2,783
2,783
3,112
3,112
4,454
4,454
2.190
2,190
2,264
2.264
1 ,441
1 ,441
593
593
848
843
Tnrtal Lahul&Spi!i-District
Rural
Urban
Total Lahul
Rural
Urban
Total Spiti
Rural
Urban

025 Lahul 8| Spiti – District
0023 Lahul
0024 Spiti
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
4,105
4,105
1.512
1,512
2,593
2.593
2,031 2,074 2,350
2,031 2,074 2,350
828 684 947
828 684 947
1,203 1,390 1,403
1,203 1,390 1,403
34
B73
873
394
394
479
479
1 ,477
1 ,477
553
553
924
924
309
309
24
24
285
285
172
172
17
17
155
155
137
137
7
7
130
130

12 6 6
12 6 6
6 4 2
6 4 2
6 2 4
6 2 4
1,434
1,434
535
535
899
899
980
980
41 3
41 3
567
567
454
454
1 22
1 22
332
332
12,269
12,269
6.924
6,924
5,345
5,345
35
5,825
5,825
3.254
3,254
2,571
2.571
6,444
6,444
3,670
3,670
2,774
2,774
Tolal Lahul & Spili – Dislriflt 025
Rural
Urban
Total Lahul 0023
Rural
Urban
Total Spili 0024
Rural
Urban

Appendix to District Primary
Census Abstract Total, Scheduled
Castes and Scheduled Tribes
Population – Urban Block wise
District does not have urban part

Primary Census Abstract for
Scheduled Castes (SC)

025 Lahul 8|. Splll – Dlstrlct
0023 Lahul
0024 Spili
Tcvlal
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
462
462
350
350
112
112
2,235
2,235
1,699
1,699
536
536
1,154
1,154
B53
653
301
301
1 ,081
1 ,081
846
846
235
235
240
240
1 68
1 68
72
72
118 122
118 122
80 88
80 88
38 34
38 34

1,595
1,595
1,220
1,220
375
375
932
932
693
693
239
239
663
663
527
527
136
1 36
540
640
479
479
161
161
222
222
1 60
1 60
62
62
418
418
319
319
99
99
1,322
1,322
1,003
1,003
319
319
726
726
528
528
1 98
1 98
596
596
475
475
121
121
LahU|&SpIll
Total Dlstrlct
Rural
Urban
Total Lahul
Rural
Urban
Total Spiti
Rural
Urban

025 Lahul 8|. Splll – Dlstrlct
0023 Lahul
0024 Spili
Tcvlal
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
1,138
1,138
941
941
197
197
643
643
492
492
1 51
1 51
495
495
449
449
46
46
42
71 2
71 2
659
689
23
23
302
302
293
293
9
9
410
410
396
396
14
14
11 B 3
11 8 3
5 3 2
5 3 2
6 5 1
6 5 1

19 11 8
19 11 B
18 10 B
18 10 8
1 1 –
1 1 –
395
396
229
229
167
1 67
322
322
1 86
1 86
1 36
1 36
74
74
43
43
31
31
1 84
1 84
62
62
1 22
1 22
83 101 Total LahuI&Sp|tI-District
83 101 Rural
– – Urban
36 26 Total Lahul
36 26 Rural
– – Urban
47 75 Total Spiti
47 75 Rural
– — Urban

025 Lahul 8 Spill – Dlstrlct
0023 Lahul
0024 Spili
Total
Rural
Urban
Tflial
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Ufoan
128
128
50
50
78
78
56
56
27
27
29
29
72 23
72 23
23 2
23 2
49 21
49 21
44
9
9
1
1
8
8
14 1 1
14 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
13 – –
13 – –

32 17 15
32 17 15
9 7 2
9 7 2
23 10 13
23 10 13
913
913
696
696
217
217
428
428
325
325
1 O3
1 03
45
485
485
371
371
114
114
Total
Ru ral
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Lahul & Spltl – Dlstrlct 025
Lahul 0023
Spiki 0024

Primary Census Abstract for
Scheduled Tribes (ST)

025 Lahul 8|. Splll – Dlstrlct
0023 Lahul
0024 Spili
Tcrlal
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
5,363
5,363
3,159
3,159
2,204
2,204
25,707
25,707
15,163
15,163
10,544
10,544
12,748
12,748
7,501
7,501
5,247
5,247
12,959
12,959
7,662
7,662
5,297
5,297
2,608
2,608
1,251
1,251
1,357
1,357
1,289
1,289
610
610
679
679
1,319
1,319
641
641
678
678

17,773
17,773
10,520
10,520
7,253
7,253
9,957
9,957
5,992
5,992
3,965
3,965
7,818
7,816
4,528
4,528
3,288
3,288
7,934
7,934
4,643
4,643
3,291
3,291
2,791
2,791
1,509
1,509
1,282
1,282
5,143
5,143
3,134
3,134
2,009
2,009
15,088
15,088
9,466
9,466
5,622
5,622
7,686
7,686
4 ,802
4,802
2,884
2 .884
7,402
7,402
4,664
4,664
2,738
2,738
l.ahU|&Sp|ll
Total Dlstrlct
Rural
Urban
Total Lahul
Rural
Urban
Total Spiti
Rural
Urban

025 Lahul 8|. Splll – Dlstrlct
0023 Lahul
0024 Spili
Tcrlal
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
11,561
11,661
8,453
6,453
3,206
3,203
5,123
6,123
4,355
4,355
1,768
1,768
5,535
5,538
4, 098
4,098
1 .440
1 .440
50
7,91 2
7,91 2
6,663
6,663
1 .249
1 ,249
3,573
3,573
3,004
3,004
569
569
4,339
4,339
3,659
3,659
680
680
123 51 52
123 61 62
24 13 11
24 13 11
99 48 51
99 48 51

85 49 36
85 49 36
82 47 35
82 47 35
3 2 1
3 2 1
3,541
3,541
1,684
1,684
1,857
1,857
2,440
2,440
1,291
1,291
1,149
1,149
1,101
1,101
393
393
708
708
3,427
3,427
1,013
1,013
2,414
2,414
1,563
1,563
447
447
1,116
1,116
1 ,BB4
1 ,864
566
566
1 ,298
1 ,298
Total Lahul & Spltl – District
Rural
Urban
Total Lahul
Rural
Urban
Total Spiti
Rural
Urban

025 Lahul 8 Spill – Dlstrlct
0023 Lahul
0024 Spili
Total
Rural
Urban
Tflial
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Ufoan
2,170
2,170
854
854
1,316
1,316
793
793
347
347
446
446
1 ,377
1 ,377
507
507
870
870
260
260
1 2
1 2
248
248
143
143
9
9
134
134
117
117
3
3
114
114
8 3 5
8 3 5
2 1 1
2 1 1
6 2 4
6 2 4

989
989
1 45
145
844
844
624
624
90
90
534
534
365
365
55
55
31 0
31 0
10,619
10,619
5,697
5,697
4,922
4,922
5,062
5,062
2 ,699
2,699
2, 363
2 , 363
53
5,551
5,557
2 ,998
2,998
2,559
2 , 559
Total
Ru ral
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Lahul & Spltl – Dlstrlct 025
Lahul 0023
Spili 0024

Rural PCA-C.D. blocks wise
Village Primary Census
Abstract

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of
Village in
hectares
Number of
households
Total population (including institutional
and houseless Lopulation) Population in the age~group 0-6
Persons
Males Females Persons
Males Females
l
2
3
4
5 6 7 8
9 10
0023
0023
0023
012137
012138
012139
012140
012141
012142
012143
012144
012145
012146
012147
012148
012149
012150
012151
012152
012153
012154
012155
012156
012157
012158
012159
012160
012161
012162
012163
012164
012165
012166
012167
012168
012169
012170
012171
012172
012173
012174
012175
012176
012177
012178
012179
012180
012181
012182
012183
012184
012185
012186
012187
012188
012189
012190
012191
012192
Lahul (Total)
Lahul (Rural)
Lahul (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Bhitar (182)
201 ,084-.91
201,084.91
0.00
1.33357
Dhar Parla Bhitar(181) 1,906.77
Dhar Daraone (183)
558.93
Dhar Than Pattan (185) 21,190.35
Dhar Churdrun (188)
Dhar Gumba (184)
Dhar Kundri (189)
Dhar Chutradrun (180)
Dhar Chetal (174)
Tingral (176)
D.F’.F.Urgus (177)
Dhar Ahan (179)
D.F’.F.Thani (170)
Khanjar (186)
Dhar Lamgarh (200)
D.P.F.Khanjar (107)
D.F‘.F.Cha|ing (190)
Chaling (191)
|:>.1=’.1=. Uwang (192)
Dhar Chanooh (199)
Dhar Tentigahar (208)
Dhar Karpat (194)
D.F’.F.Karpat (195)
D,P.F.Churput (175)
Dhar Ghordhar (173)
Dhar Tarnlu (171)
D.F’.F.Ghordhar (172)
Karpat (196)
D.F’.F.D(bri (197)
D.P.F.Tamlu (170)
D.F’.F.Shi|ing (199)
Dhar Jhatul (193)
D.F‘.F.Chamrat (201)
Chamrat (202)
D.F’.F.Shako|i (108)
Ghari (204)
Shakoli (157)
Dhar Shugaru (169)
D.F’.F.Hulega (167)
D,P.F.Tumru (203)
Dhar Dugah (166)
Dhar Taldar (148)
Dhar Dhandal (138)
Dhar Talli (115)
D.F’.F.Thuthiya|a (114)
D.P.F.Akhoru (113)
D.F’.F.Gharel (112)
R,F,Krakun (117)
D.F‘.F.Ta||l (116)
D,P.F.Ransani (118)
R.F.Chhaned (111)
Dhar Chhaned (107)
D.F’.F.Chhaned (110)
D,P.F.Bhujund (108)
Bhu)und (109)
D,P.F.Tanlu (119)
19,570.18
19,623.03
336.69
2,919.28
2,719.31
208.53
253.73
1,356.00
97.98
294.34
13,544.48
101.57
187.16
65.58
147.02
2,989.60
1,148.87
2,024.18
250.81
132.61
3,952.37
2,207.00
113.87
257.72
105.82
195.54
142.34
610.36
90.79
128.68
26059
113.40
181.59
2,322.21
196.82
364.30
3,649.87
6,074.13
2,082.17
3,316.54
331.05
238.20
291.12
54.45
238.49
273.73
430.30
3,681.40
70.37
52.13
88.10
168.25
4,091
4,091
73
15
28
14
36
12
1
29
1
24
117
2
3
35
19.107
19,107
324
66
141
90
224
55
6
152
3
130
625
20
4
180
56
9,897 9,210 1.609
9,997 9,210 1,609
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~——-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-—–—-——
———-~–U n-inha bited-~—~—~–
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited——-——-——
———-~–U n-inhabited-~—~—-M
–——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-—–—
1 72 1 52 42
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited———–—
————-U n-inha biled-~—~—~–
——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-——
33 33 7
–——-—-—-—-U n—inhabiled——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—~—-~–
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
65 76 6
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-—–—-——
———-~–U n-inha bited-~—~—~-
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited——-——-——
46 44 8
–——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-—–—
————-U n-inha bited-~—~—-~–
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited———–—
1 1 3 1 1 1 32
——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
30 25 9
6 . .
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
75 77 1 6
2 1 –
70 60 1 1
31 0 31 5 79
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited——-——-——
7 1 3 2
–——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-—–—
————-U n-inha bited-~—~—-~–
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited———–—
————-U n-inha biled-~—~—~–
——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
–——-—-—-—-U n—inhabiled——-——-——
4 . .
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~——-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-—–—-——
———-~–U n-inha bited-~—~—~-
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
86 94 31
———-~–U n-inhabited-~—~—-M
777 832
777
832
19
3
3
5
16
7
7
5
36
2
13
23
4
3
3
16
2
9
6
43
18

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons
l 1
Males Females
l2 13
Persons Males Females
14 1 5 1 6
Persons Males Females
l 7 1 8 l 9
Name of Village
2
1.699
1,699
1
21
4
1
B4
2
853 846
853 846
1 _
11 10
3 1
– 1
42 42
2 _
15,163 7.501 7,662
15,163 7,501 7,662
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-i n habiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
—–—-—–——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
293 1 51 1 42
———-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
65 32 33
—–——-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
1 36 62 74
———-——-Un-i n habiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
87 44 43
—–—-—–——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
—–——-——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
203 1 O2 1 O1
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
54 29 25
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
146 70 76
3 2 1
1 29 70 59
541 268 273
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
20 7 1 3
—–—-—–——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
———-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
—–——-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-i n habiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
1 73 82 91
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
57
13,119 7,715 5,404
13,119 7,715 5,404
199 117 82
39 22 17
102 51 51
52 29 23
129 74 55
26 15 11
4 4 –
93 52 41
Z 2 ~
78 45 33
352 201 151
12 3 9
1 1 –
109 63 46
Lahul (T olal)
Lahul (Rural)
Lahul (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Bhiiar (182)
Dhar Parla Bhitar (181)
Dhar Daraone (183)
Dhar Than Paflan (185)
Dhar Churdrun (188)
Dhar Gurnba (184)
Dhar Kundri (189)
Dhar Chutradrun (180)
Dhar Chetal (174)
Tingrat (176)
D.P.F.Urgus (177)
Dhar Ahan (179)
D.P.F.Thani (178)
Khanjar (186)
Dhar Lamgarh (200)
D1P.F.Khanjar (187)
D.P.F.Cha|ing (190)
Chaling (191)
D.P.F. Uwang (192)
DharC|1ar1ooh (199)
Dhar Tenligahar (208)
Dhar Karpa! (194)
D.P.F.Karpat (195)
D1P.F.Churput (175)
Dhar Ghordhar (173)
Dhar Tamlu (171)
D.P.F.Ghurdhar (172)
Karpa! (196)
D.P.F.Dibri (197)
D.P.F.Tam|u (170)
D.P.F.Shi|ing (198)
Dhar Jhalul (193)
D.P.F.Chamrat (201)
Charnral (202)
D.P.F.Shakoli (168)
Ghari (204)
Shakoli (157)
Dhar Shugaru (169)
D.P.F.Hu|ega (167)
D1P.F.Turnru (203)
Dhar Dugah (166)
Dhar Taldar (148)
Dhar Dhandal (138)
Dhar Talli (115)
D.P.F.Thuthiya|a (114)
D.P.F.Akhoru (113)
D.P.F.Ghare| (112)
R1F1Krakun (117)
D.P.F.Ta||i (116)
D1P.F.Ransani (118)
R.F.Chhaned (111)
DharC|1haned (107)
D.P.F.Chhaned (110)
D1P.F.Bhujund (108)
Bhujund (109)
D1P.F.Tantu (119)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Illjterztes Total workers
Main workers
Persons Males Females Persuns Males F ernalm
Persons Males Females
l
2
20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28
0023
0023
0023
012137
012138
012139
012140
012141
012142
012143
012144
012145
012146
012147
012148
012149
012150
012151
012152
012153
012154
012155
012156
012157
012158
012159
012160
012161
012162
012163
012164
012165
012166
012167
012168
012169
012170
012171
012172
012173
012174
012175
012176
012177
012178
012179
012180
012181
012182
012183
012184
012185
012186
012187
012188
012189
012190
012191
012192
Lahul (Total)
Lahul(Rural)
Lahul (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Bhitar (182)
Dhar Parla Bhitar (181)
Dhar Daraone (183)
Dhar Than Patten (185)
Dhar Churdrun (188)
Dhar Gumba (184)
Dhar Kundri (189)
Dhar Chulradrun (180)
Dhar Chetal (174)
Tingral (176)
D.F’.F.Urgus (177)
Dhar Ahan (179)
D.F’.F.Thani (170)
Khanjar (186)
Dhar Lamgarh (200)
D.P.F.Khanjar (107)
D.F‘.F.Cha|ing (190)
Chaling (191)
|:>.1=’.1=. Uwang (192)
Dhar Chanooh (199)
Dhar Tentigahar (208)
Dhar Karpat (194)
D.F’.F.Karpat (195)
D,P.F.Churput (175)
Dhar Ghordhar (173)
Dhar Tarnlu (171)
D.F’.F.Ghordhar (172)
Karpat (196)
D.F’.F.D)bri (197)
D.P.F.Tam1u (170)
D.F’.F.Shi|ing (199)
Dhar Jhatul (193)
D.F‘.F.Chamral (201)
Chamrat (202)
D.F’.F.Shako|i (108)
Ghari (204)
Shakoli (157)
Dhar Shugaru (169)
D.F’.F.Hulega (167)
D,P.F.Tumru (203)
Dhar Dugah (166)
Dhar Taldar (148)
Dhar Dhandal (138)
Dhar Talli (115)
D.F’.F.Thulhiya|a (114)
D.P.F.Akhoru (113)
D.F’.F.Ghare| (112)
R,F,Krakun (117)
D.F‘.F.Ta||i (116)
D,P.F.Ransani (118)
R.F.Chhaned (111)
Dhar Chhaned (107)
D.F’.F.Chhaned (110)
D.P.F.Bhujund (108)
Bhu)und (109)
D,P.F.Tanlu (119)
5,988 2,182 3,806
5,988 2,182 3,806
12,183 6,643 5,540
12,183 6,643 5,540
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
21 1 1 1 6 95
——–—-—Un-inhabiled——-—–—-——
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
———-U n-inhabiled—–————–—
39 20 1 9
———-—Un—inhabiled—–——-—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
25 89 40 49
–——-——-U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un-inhabiied——————
63 33 30
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—Un-inha biled————-
——–—-—Un-inhabiled——-—–—-——
1 44 74 70
———-U n-inhabiled—–————–—
–~—~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
14 28 14 1 4
6 6 –
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
1 01 54 47
1 1 –
81 43 38
87 70 1 7
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
1 0 4 6
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
—~—~—Un-inha biled————-
——–—-—Un-inhabiled——-—–—-——
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
———-U n-inhabiled—–————–—
–~—~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
———-—Un—inhabiled—–——-—-—–—
_ 4 4 _
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~—-~—-
48 1 1 2 57 55
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
125 55 70
27 11 16
39 14
38 17 21
95 39 56
29 15
2 2 –
59 23 36
1 » 1
52 25 27
273 109 164
8 4 4
3 3
71 23
58
10,671 5,815
10,671 5,815 4,856
4,856
210 116 94
39 20 19
85 39 46
59 29 30
144 74 70
28 14 14
6 6 –
101 54 47
1 1 »
79 42 37
63 51 12
10 4 6
63 38 25

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Industrial category of main workers
Cultivators
Household industry
Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
29 30 31
32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
2
7,593 3,431 4,162
7,593 3,431 4,162
1 73 84 89
34 1 6 1 8 –
75 32 43
51 22 29 –
123 54 69 –
27 13 14 –
6 6 – –
87 41 46 –
72 37 35
10 4 6 –
51 28 23 –
151 109 42
151
144 85 59 2,783 2,190 593
109 42 144 85 59 2,783 2,190 593
—-———–U r1—1nhablted—-——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
—-——-—-—-U n—1nhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
————-U r1-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
-—–———-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
–~———-U n-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
—-———–U r\—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
3 2 – — – 32 29 3
-—–———–U n—1nhabited–——-—-—–—-
————-U r1-1nhab1ted–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
– – – – – 5 4 1
-—-—–——-—-U r1-1 nhab1ted–——-——-—-
————-U r1-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
—-———–U r1—lnhablted—-——-—–—-—-
1 – – — – 9 6 3
—-——-——U n—1nhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
————-U r1-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
-—–——-—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—-——-—-
– – – – – B 7 1
—-———–U r\—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—1nhabited–——-—-—–—-
– – – – – 21
———–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
————-U r1-1nhab1led—~—-~—-~
– – – – – 1
20 1
1 _
—-———–U r1—1nhablted—-——-—–—-—-
– – – – – 14 19 1
_ _ _ _ _ 1 1 _
– 1 – – – 6 5 1
– – – – – ea 51 1 2
————-U r1-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
-—–———-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
—-———–U r\—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
-—–—-—–—-—-U n—1nhabited–——-—-—–—-
————-U r1-1nhab1ted–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
————-U r1-1nhab1led—~—-~—-~
-—-—–——-—-U r1-1 nhab1ted–——-——-—-
—-———–U r1—lnhablted—-——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
—-——-——U n—1nhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
————-U r1-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
– – – – – 12 10 2
–~———-U n-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
59
Lahul (Total)
Lahul (Rural)
Lahul (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Bhitar (1 s2)
Dhar Parla Bhilar (181)
Dhar Daraune (183)
Dhar Than Patten (185)
Dhar Churdrun (188)
DharGurr1ba (184)
Dhar Kundri (189)
Dhar Chulradrun (180)
DharChelal (174)
Tingra! (176)
D.F’.F.Urgus (177)
DharAhan (179)
D.P.F.Thani (178)
Khanjar (186)
Dhar Lamgarh (200)
D.PlFlKhanjar (187)
D.P.F.Cha|ing (190)
Chaling (191)
D.P.F. Uwang (192)
Dhar Chanooh (199)
Dhar Tenligahar (208)
Dhar Karpal (194)
D.P.F.Karpat (195)
D.PlF.C|1urpu! (175)
Dhar Ghordhar (173)
D)1arTamlu (171)
D.F’.F.Gh0rdhar (172)
Karpal (196)
D.P.F.Dibri (197)
D.PlFlTam|u (170)
D.P.F.Shi|ing (198)
Dhar Jhalul (193)
D.P.F.Chamrat (201)
Chamral (202)
D.P.F.Shako|i (159)
Ghan (204)
Shakoli (157)
Dhar Shugaru (169)
D.P.F.Hu|ega (167)
D.PlF.Tumru (203)
Dhar Dugah (166)
Dhar Taldar (148)
Dhar Dhandal (138)
DharTal|i (115)
D.P.F.Thuthiya|a (114)
D.PlFlAkhoru (113)
D.F’.F.Ghare| (112)
R.F.Krakun (117)
D.P.F.Ta||i (116)
D.PlFlRansani (118)
R.F.Chhaned (111)
DharCh)1aned (107)
D.F’.F.Chhaned (110)
D.PlFlBhujund (103)
Bhujund (109)
D.PlF.Tar1tu (119)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDBl0d<-
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Marginal workers
Industrial category
Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
l
2
41
42 43
44 45 46
47 48 49
0023
0023
0023
012137
012138
012139
012140
012141
012142
012143
012144
012145
012146
012147
012148
012149
012150
012151
012152
012153
012154
012155
012156
012157
012158
012159
012160
012161
012162
012163
012164
012165
012166
012167
012168
012169
012170
012171
012172
012173
012174
012175
012176
012177
012178
012179
012180
012181
012182
012183
012184
012185
012186
012187
012188
012189
012190
012191
012192
Lahul (Total)
Lahul (Rural)
Lahul (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Bhilar (182)
Dhar Parla Bhitar (181)
Dhar Daraone (183)
Dhar Than Pallan (185)
Dhar Churdrun (188)
Dhar Gumba (184)
Dhar Kundri (189)
Dhar Chulradrun (180)
Dhar Chetal (174)
Tingral (176)
D.F’.F.Urgus (177)
Dhar Ahan (179)
D.F’.F.Thani (170)
Khanjar (186)
Dhar Lamgarh (200)
D.P.F.Khanjar (107)
D.F‘.F.Cha|ing (190)
Chaling (191)
|:>.1=’.1=. Uwang (192)
Dhar Chanooh (199)
Dhar Tentigahar (208)
Dhar Karpat (194)
D.F’.F.Karpat (195)
D,P.F.Churput (175)
Dhar Ghordhar (173)
Dhar Tarnlu (171)
D.F’.F.Ghordhar (172)
Karpat (196)
D.F’.F.D)bri (197)
D.P.F.Tamlu (170)
D.F’.F.Shi|ing (199)
Dhar Jhatul (193)
D.F‘.F.Chamral (201)
Chamrat (202)
D.F’.F.Shako|i (108)
Ghari (204)
Shakoli (157)
Dhar Shugaru (169)
D.F’.F.Hulega (167)
D,P.F.Tumru (203)
Dhar Dugah (166)
Dhar Taldar (148)
Dhar Dhandal (138)
Dhar Talli (115)
D.F’.F.Thulhiya|a (114)
D.P.F.Akhoru (113)
D.F’.F.Ghare| (112)
R,F,Krakun (117)
D.F‘.F.Ta||i (116)
D,P.F.Ransani (118)
R.F.Chhaned (111)
Dhar Chhaned (107)
D.F’.F.Chhaned (110)
D.P.F.Bhujund (108)
Bhu)und (109)
D,P.F.Tanlu (119)
1,512
1,512
1
4
4
2
24
4
49
828 684
828
1 3
4 _
1 1
19 5
4 _
19 30
684
947 394 553
947 394 553
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
1 – 1
—–————Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———»
———–Un-in habiled——————
—————Un-in habiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
4 1 3
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
1 1 –
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
———–Un-in habiled——————
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
1 – 1
23 1 8 5
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–————Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———»
———–Un-in habiled——————
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
—————Un-in habiled-——-——-—-—
2 2 –
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
49 1 9 30
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
24 17 7
24 17 7
1 1 –
1 1 –

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
of marginal Workers
Househuld industry workers
Other workers
Non-workers
Pels0ns Males Females
Persons Males Females
Pels0ns Males Females
Name of Village
Locatiun
code
number
50 S1 52
53 54 55
56
57 58
2
1
6 4 2
6 4 2
1 1 –
535 413 122
535 413 122
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~———
——-—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
————–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—-
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-——-—
—————-Un-inhabited—————-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
–——-——–Un-inhabiied———-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
——-——-—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
——-———–Un-inhabited——-——-——-—
1 1 –
—————-Un-inhabiled——–——–—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabited—————-—
–—–—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
1 1 –
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
————–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabited—————-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
–——-——–Un-inhabiied———-——-—
2 2 –
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-in ha biled—-~———
——-——-—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—-
61
6.924
6,924
113
27
52
27
80
27
51
2
49
538
10
68
3,254 3,670
3,254 3,670
56
13
25
13
39
16
21
1
27
240
3
57
14
27
14
41
11
30
1
22
298
7
29 39
Lahul (Total)
Lahul (Rural)
Lahul (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Bhitar (182)
Dhar Parla Bhilar (181)
Dhar Daraone (183)
Dhar Than Patlan (185)
Dhar Churdrun (188)
Dhar Gumba (184)
Dhar Kundn (189)
Dhar Chulradrun (180)
DharChelal (174)
Tmgrat (176)
D.P.F.Urgus (177)
Dhar Ahan (179)
D.P.F.Thani (178)
Khanjar (186)
Dhar Lamgarh (200)
D1P1F1Khanjar (187)
D.F’.F.Cha|ing (190)
Chaling (191)
D.P.F. Uwang (192)
Dhar Chanooh (199)
Dhar Tenligahar (208)
Dhar Karpal (194)
D.F’.F.Karpat (195)
D1P1F1Churput (175)
Dhar Ghordhar (173)
Dhar Tamlu (171)
D.P.F.Gh0rdhar (172)
Karpa! (196)
D.P.F.Dibri (197)
D1P.F1Tam|u (170)
D.P.F.Shi1ing (198)
Dhar Jhalul (193)
D.P.F.Chamral (201)
Chamra! (202)
D.P.F.Shako|i (188)
Ghari (204)
Shakoli (157)
Dhar Shugaru (169)
D.F’.F.Hu|ega (167)
DP1F.Tumru (203)
Dhar Dugah (166)
DharTaldar (148)
Dhar Dhandal (138)
Dhar Tal|1 (115)
D.P.F.Thulhiya|a (114)
D1P.F.Akhoru (113)
D.P.F.Ghare| (112)
R1F.Kra)<un (117)
D.P.F.Ta||i (118)
D1P1F1Ransan) (118)
R.F.Chhaned (111)
Dhar Chhaned (107)
D.P.F.Chhaned (110)
D1P1F.Bhujund (108)
Bhujund (109)
D1P1F.Tantu (119)
0023
0023
0023
012137
012138
012139
012140
012141
012142
012143
012144
012145
012146
012147
012148
012149
012150
012151
012152
012153
012154
012155
012156
012157
012158
012159
012160
012161
012162
012163
012164
012165
012166
012167
012168
012169
012170
012171
012172
012173
012174
012175
012176
012177
012178
012179
012180
012181
012182
012183
012184
012185
012186
012187
012188
012189
012190
012191
012192

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDBl0d<-
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of
Village in
hectares
Total population (including institutional
Number of and houseless Lopulation) Population in the age~group 0-6
households Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
l 2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
012193
012194
012195
012196
012197
012198
012199
012200
012201
012202
012203
012204
012205
012206
012207
012208
012209
012210
012211
012212
012213
012214
012215
012216
012217
012218
012219
012220
012221
012222
012223
012224
012225
012226
012227
012228
012229
012230
012231
012232
012233
012234
012235
012236
012237
012238
012239
012240
012241
012242
012243
012244
012245
012246
012247
012248
012249
012250
012251
R.F.Surna|i (120)
Baraur (124)
D.F’.F.Baraur (123)
Dhar Churgahar (125)
D.F‘.F.Kain (125)
R.F.Kal’n (127)
Tindi (129)
Dhar Jutgahar (121)
D.F’.F.Lohn1 (122)
RF, Braknai (130)
D.F’.F.Dhanda (135)
Dhar Kundal (126)
D.F’.F.Kunde| (151)
D,P.F.Harsar (134)
Harsar (132)
Dhar Dhanda (136)
Dhar Bhalgahar (133)
D.P.F.Thanwani (137)
R.F.Dhanda| (139)
Dhar Bhimwag (141)
Kurched (140)
D,P.F.Sa|garaon (144)
Salgaraon (143)
R,F,Rumas (142)
Dhar Kangal—Pangah
(147)
R.F.Salkul (151)
R.F.Daredh (149)
R.F.Khuria| (150)
D.P.F. Aral (165)
Margaraon (164)
R.F.Ralo|i (152)
Dhar Salpal (154)
R,F,Salpal (153)
Salpat (159)
R.F.Surthal (163)
Dhar Sairun (146)
D,P.F.Sairun (145)
R.F.Riodhan (162)
Udaipur (160)
Dhar Hulal (205)
D,P.F.Udaipur (161)
D.F’.F.Lobar (155)
D,P.F.Bardar|g (156)
D.F’.F.F’halgahar (213)
Dhar Phalgahar (206)
Haruka (214)
Triloknath (216)
D.P.F.Tri|oknalh (217)
Dhar Mushghar (155)
Dhar Khingar (218)
Kishori (215)
Auhar (207)
D,P.F.Khaprans (212)
Aral (211)
D.P.F.Bhiyari (220)
D.F’.F.Gi|ding (221)
Dhar Gilding (219)
Dhar Jholing (224)
D,P.F.Jholing (222)
57.25
49.51
102.60
424.58
146.24
113.82
87.40
1,015.39
222.97
469.30
258.64
1,319.15
208.26
45.10
52.86
286.84
1,105.42
189.35
186.17
3,174.95
322.44
23.63
246.06
142.75
2,597.72
327.00
195.16
123.68
118.45
315.72
143.38
2,429.27
269.14
36.92
117.35
12,263.73
51.69
201.78
70.75
3,772.00
124.30
483.45
259.02
1,129.12
979.49
165.13
188.00
362.53
2,928.00
4,041.12
96.50
285.72
149.39
50.51
187.28
275.37
5,167.88
20,255.00
712.43
28
101
28
1
7
4
15
55
141
32
237
6
33
54
146
55
10
13
6
3
——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-——
113 55 58 21
–——-—-—-—-U n—inhabiled——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~—~—-~–
–—-—–——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~——-
514 239 275 60
———-~–U n-inha bited-~—~—~–
99 44 55 8 –
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~—-~–
–——-—-—–—U n—inhabited——-——-——
———-~–U n-inhabited-~—~—-M
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
————-U n-inha bited-~—~—-~–
2 2
————-U n-inha biled-~—~—~–
——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-——
39 1 6 23 7
1 2 4 8 1 –
————-U n-inhabited-~—~—-~–
67 32 35 1 5
————-U n-inhabited-~—-~——-
271 1 46 1 25 31
———-~–U n-inha bited-~—~—~-
————-U n-inhabiled-~—~—~–
–—————U n—inhabited——-——-——
——–~-~–U n-inhabiied-~—~—-~–
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-——-——
—~———U n-inhabited-~———-
701 335 366 69
————-U n-inhabited———M
——-——–U n—inhabiled——————
————-U n-inhabiied-~—-~——-
1 66 81 85 25
————-U n-inhabiled-~—~—~–
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-——-—–—
————-U n-inhabited—————
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-——-——
809 430
379 92
–——-——-—U n—inha bited——-——-——
————-U n-inhabited-~———~-
37 16 21 7
——–~-~–U n-inhabiied-~—~—-~–
78 50 28 7
—~———U n-inhabited-~———-
231 110 121 10
881 418 463 85
——-——–U n—inhabiled——————
————-U n-inhabiied-~—-~——-
————-U n—inhabited——————
301 163 138 26
14 7 7
————-U n-inhabited—————
72 36 36 1 2
36 20 1 6 5
1 8 1 0 8 1 –
————-U n-inhabited-~———~-
–—————U n—inhabited——-——-——
——–~-~–U n-inhabiied-~—~—-~–
62
10
29 31
8
6 1
1
5 10
17 14
38 31
10 15
45 47
2 5
4 3
5 5
37 48
12 14
5 7
3 2
1

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons Males Females
l 1 l2 13
Persons Males Females
14 1 5 1 6
Persons Males Females
l7 18 l9
Name of Village
2
1 1 –
5 1 4
1 1 –
68 33 35
28 18 10
6 4 2
27 8 19
121 55 66
27 14 13
2 2
63
—–————Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
1 1 3 55 58
—–——-——-Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~iruhabited-~—~—»
—–——-—-—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
51 1 236 275
—-~——–Un-iruhabited-~—~—»
61 24 37
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-inhabited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-iruhabited-~—~—»
—–—-—–——-Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—»
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—~-
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
39 1 6 23
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
57 24 33
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
265 140 1 25
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
————-Un-inhabi!ed-~—~—–
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
——–——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
623 295 328
————-Un-i n habited-~———
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—-»
1 65 80 85
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
—–——-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~———–
———-——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
588 292 296
———-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~——
37 1 6 21
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
45 27 1 8
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
1 93 95 98
742 354 388
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—-»
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
273 148 1 25
14 7 7
————-Un-i n habited-~———–
72 36 36
36 20 1 6
1 8 1 0 8
————-Un~i n habited-~—~——
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
66
337
51
24
4
38
171
437
109
622
21
45
171
617
207
3
48
23
1 5
37 29
183 154
26 25
9
1
24
105
236 201
60
361 261
10
30
94
332 2
137
2
28
15
9
49
70
20
R.F.Suma|i (120)
Baraur (124)
D.P.F.Baraur (123)
Dhar Churgahar (125)
D.P.F.Kain (128)
R1F.Kain (127)
Tindi (129)
Dhar Julgahar (121)
D.P.F.Lohni (122)
RF) Braknai (130)
D.P.F.Dhanda (135)
Dhar Kundal (126)
D.P.F.Kundel(131)
D1P.F.Harsar (134)
Harsar (132)
Dhar Dhanda (136)
Dhar Bhatgahar (133)
D.P.F.Thanwar|1 (137)
R.F.Dhanda| (139)
Dhar Bhirnwag (141)
Kurched (140)
D1P.F.Salgara0r1 (144)
Salgaraon (143)
R.F1Rumas (142)
Dhar Kangal-Pangah
(147)
R.F.Sa|k0\ (151)
R.F1Daredh (149)
R.F.Khuria| (150)
D1P.F. Aral (165)
Margaraon (164)
R.F.Rat0|i (152)
Dhar Salpal (154)
R.F.Sa|pa! (153)
Salpal (159)
R.F.Su|1hal(163)
Dhar Sairun (146)
D.P.F.Sairun (145)
R.F.Riudhan (102)
Udaipur (160)
Dhar Holat (205)
D1P.F.Udaipur (151)
D.P.F.Lobar (159)
D.P.F.Bardang (156)
D.P.F.Phalgahar (213)
Dhar Phatgahar (206)
Haruka (214)
Triloknalh (216)
D.P.F.Tn’|oknath (217)
Dhar Mushghar (155)
Dhar Khingar (210)
Kishori (215)
Auhar (207)
D.P.F.Khaprans (212)
Aral (211)
D1P.F.Bhiyari (220)
D.P.F.Gi|ding (221)
Dhar Gilding (219)
Dhar Jholing (224)
D.P.F.J|1o|ing (222)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDBlo0k-
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Persons
Males
Females
Persuns Males F ernalm
Persons
Males Females
l
2
20
21
22
23 24 25
26
27 28
012193
012194
012195
012196
012197
012198
012199
012200
012201
012202
012203
012204
012205
012206
012207
012208
012209
012210
012211
012212
012213
012214
012215
012216
012217
012218
012219
012220
012221
012222
012223
012224
012225
012226
012227
012228
012229
012230
012231
012232
012233
012234
012235
012236
012237
012238
012239
012240
012241
012242
012243
012244
012245
012246
012247
012248
012249
012250
012251
R.F.Surna|i (120)
Baraur (124)
D.F’.F.Baraur (123)
Dhar Churgahar (125)
D.F‘.F.Kain (125)
R,F,Kal’n (127)
Tindi (129)
Dhar Jutgahar (121)
D.F’.F.L0hn1 (122)
RF, Braknai (130)
D.F’.F.Dhanda (135)
Dhar Kundal (126)
D.F’.F.Kunde| (151)
D,P.F.Harsar (134)
Harsar (132)
Dhar Dhanda (136)
Dhar Bhatgahar (133)
D.P.F.Thanwani (137)
R.F.Dhanda| (139)
Dhar Bhimwag (141)
Kurched (140)
D,P.F.Sa|garaon (144)
Salgaraon (143)
R,F,Rumas (142)
Dhar Kangal—Pangah
(147)
R.F.Sa|k01 (151)
R,F,Daredh (149)
R.F.Khuria| (150)
D,P.F. Arat (105)
Margaraon (164)
R,F,Rato|i (152)
Dhar Salpat (154)
R,F,Salpal(153)
Salpat (159)
R,F.Surthal (163)
Dhar Sairun (146)
D,P.F.Sairun (145)
R.F.Riodhan (162)
Udaipur (160)
Dhar Hulat (205)
D.P.F.Udaipur (161)
D.F’.F.L0bar (155)
D,P.F.Bardar|g (156)
D.F’.F.F’halgahar (213)
Dhar Phalgahar (206)
Haruka (214)
Triloknath (216)
D.P.F.Tri|0knalh (217)
Dhar Mushghar (155)
Dhar Khingar (218)
Kishori (215)
Auhar (207)
D,P.F.Khaprans (212)
Aral (211)
D,P.F.Bhiyari (220)
D.F’.F.Gi|ding (221)
Dhar Gilding (219)
Dhar Jholing (224)
D,P.F.Jho1ing (222)
47
177
48
2
15
8
29
100
264
57
187
16
33
60
264
94
11
24
13
3
18
56
18
2
7
3
8
41
99
21
69
6
20
16
86
26
5
8
5
1
29
121
30
8
5
21
59
165
36
118
10
13
44
178
68
6
16
8
2
64
———-—Un-inhabiled—–————–—
69 33 36
———-—Un—inhabiled—–——-—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed———~—-
31 1 144 1 67
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
71 37 34
–~—-~—Un-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
—~—~—Un-inha biled————-
2 2 –
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
———-U n-inhabiled—–————–—
25 8 1 7
9 4 5
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
47 25 22
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed———~—-
1 76 98 78
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
——~—U n-inha biled-~–~-~——
———-Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——~—Un-inhabiled—-~——–
–—–——–Un-inhabiled———-—-——
–~——-Un-inhabited—-~——–
396 1 76 220
—~—~—Un-inhabi\ed————-
–—————Un-inhabiied————-—
–~—~—Un-inhabiled———-—
91 43 48
–~—~—Un-inhabi\ed————
———-—Un-inhabiied———-———
—~——–Un-inhabi\ed————–
–——-——-Un-inhabiled—–——-——-—
386 271 1 1 5
——–—-—Un-inhabiled—–—-—–——-—
–~—-~—Un-inhabi\ed—-~——–
1 3 7 6
——~—Un-inhabiled—-~——–
51 35 1 6
–~——-Un-inhabited—-~——–
1 07 50 57
309 209 1 00
–—————Un-inhabiied————-—
–~—~—Un-inhabiled———-—
————-Un-inhabiied———-———
1 35 73 62
14 7 7
—~——–Un-inhabi\ed————–
37 20 1 7
1 9 9 1 0
9 5 4
–~—~—Un-inhabi\ed—-~——–
———-Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——~—Un-inhabiled—-~——–
31
58
48
16
9
24
97
395
86
377
13
51
105
298
133
14
37
18
9
21 10
44 14
29 19
7 9
4 5
14 10
75 22
175 220
42 44
266 111
7 6
35 16
49 56
200 98
71 62
7 7
20 17
9 9
5 4

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Induswial category of main workers
Cultivators
Household industry
Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
Persons
29
Males Females
30 3 l
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Name of Village
2
21
2
15
11
13
64
313
80
93
11
5
61
225
100
14
27
16
9
12 9
1 1
7 8
3 8
4 9
46 18
1 07 206
40 40
33 60
5 6
2 3
1 4 47
142 83
40 60
7 7
12 15
7 9
5 4
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
-—-—–——–U n-1 nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U r)-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—1nhablted—-—–—-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
1 1 – – – –
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
————-U rv-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
-—–——-—-—-U n-inhabited–——-—-——~
–~———-U n-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhabwled—~—-~—-~
10 9 1
55 42 13
33 22 11
————-U n-1nhab1\ed–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
– – – – – – 5
– – – – – – 9
————-U r)-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
2 2 – – – – 9
————-U n-inhablled————-~
1 1 – – – – 32
–~———U n-1nhab1\ed–~—-~—-~
————-U n-lnhabited–~——–~
————-U n-1nhablted———–—-—-
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
—-————U n-lnhablted–——-——-
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
– – – – – – s2
———~–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—————U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
—–~——U r)-inhabiled——–~—-~
– – – 1 – 1 5
———–U n-1nhabl\ed–~—~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-inhabited–——-——-~
————-U n-lnhabiled————~
—-——-——U n-)nhablted–——-—–—-—-
– – – 2 2 – 202
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
– – – – – – 2
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
– – – – – – 45
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
– – – – – – 44
1 1 – 2 1 1 70
—————U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
————U r)-1nhabiled——–~—-~
———–—-U n-1 nhablted–——-——-—-
1 1 – – – – 32
————-U n-lnhabiled————~
– – – – – – 1 0
– – – – – – 2
————U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhablted———–—-—-
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
65
Z8
68
231
33
35
56
30
51
R.F.Sumali (120)
Baraur (124)
D.P.F.Baraur (123)
Dhar Churgahar (125)
D.P.F.Kain (128)
R.F.Kain (127)
Tindi (129)
DharJulgahar (121)
D.F’.F.Lohni (122)
R.F. Braknai (130)
D.P.F.Dhanda (135)
Dhar Kundal (126)
D.P.F.Kunde| (131)
D.PrFrHarsar (134)
Harsar (132)
Dhar Dhanda (136)
Dhar Bhatgahar (133)
D.PrF.Thanwani (137)
R.F.Dhanda| (139)
Dhar Bhirnwag (141)
Kurched (140)
D.PrF.Sa|garac>n (144)
Salgaraun (143)
R.F.Rurnas (142)
Dhar Kangal-Pangah
(147)
R.F.Sa|ko1 (151)
R.F.Daredh (149)
R.F.Khuna| (150)
D.PrFr Aral (165)
Margaraon (164)
R.F.Ra!o1i (152)
Dhar Salpat (154)
R.F.Sa|pa! (153)
Salpat (159)
R.F.Surlhal (103)
Dhar Sairun (146)
D.PrF.Sairun (145)
R.F.Ri0dhan (102)
Udaipur (160)
Dhar Holat (205)
D.PrF.Udaipur (161)
D.P.F.Lobar (150)
D.PrF.Bardang (156)
D.P.F.Phatgahar (213)
Dhar Phatgahar (206)
Haruka (214)
Triloknalh (216)
D.P.F.Tri|oknath (217)
Dhar Mushghar (155)
Dhar Khingar (215)
Kishori (215)
Auhar (207)
D.PrF.Khaprans (212)
Aral (211)
D.PrFrBhiyari (220)
D.F’.F.Gi|ding (221)
Dhar Gilding (219)
Dhar Jholing (224)
D.PrFrJh0|ing (222)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
M
Industrial category
arginal wurkers Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Persons
Males Females Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
l 2
41
42 43 44 45 46
47 48 49
012193
012194
012195
012196
012197
012198
012199
012200
012201
012202
012203
012204
012205
012206
012207
012208
012209
012210
012211
012212
012213
012214
012215
012216
012217
012218
012219
012220
012221
012222
012223
012224
012225
012226
012227
012228
012229
012230
012231
012232
012233
012234
012235
012236
012237
012238
012239
012240
012241
012242
012243
012244
012245
012246
012247
012248
012249
012250
012251
R.F.Surna|i (120)
Baraur (124)
D.F’.F.Baraur (123)
Dhar Churgahar (125)
D.F‘.F.Kain (125)
R,F,Kaln (127)
Tindi (129)
Dhar Jutgahar (121)
D.F’.F.L0hn1 (122)
RF, Braknai (130)
D.F’.F.Dhanda (135)
Dhar Kundal (126)
D.F’.F.Kunde| (151)
D,P.F.Harsar (134)
Harsar (132)
Dhar Dhanda (136)
Dhar Bhatgahar (133)
D.P.F.Thanwani (137)
R.F.Dhanda| (139)
Dhar Bhimwag (141)
Kurched (140)
D,P.F.Sa|garaon (144)
Salgaraon (143)
R,F,Rumas (142)
Dhar Kangal—Pangah
(147)
R.F.Salk01 (151)
R,F,Daredh (149)
R.F.Khuria| (150)
D,P.F. Arat (105)
Margaraon (164)
R,F,Ralo|i (152)
Dhar Salpat (154)
R,F,Salpal(153)
Salpat (159)
R,F.Surthal (163)
Dhar Sairun (146)
D,P.F.Sairun (145)
R.F.Riodhan (162)
Udaipur (160)
Dhar Hulat (205)
D.P.F.Udaipur (161)
D.F’.F.L0bar (155)
D,P.F.Bardar|g (156)
D.F’.F.F’halgahar (213)
Dhar Phalgahar(206)
Haruka (214)
Triloknath (216)
D.P.F.Tri|0knalh (217)
Dhar Mushghar (155)
Dhar Khingar (218)
Kishori (215)
Auhar (207)
D,P.F.Khaprans (212)
Aral (211)
D,P.F.Bhiyari (220)
D.F’.F.Gi|ding (221)
Dhar Gilding (219)
Dhar Jholing (224)
D,P.F.Jh1:>ling (222)
38
253
23
2
9
23
79
1
5
9
2
11
2
1
———–Un-in habiled——————
1 2 26 37 1 2 25
—————Un-in habiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited————–
1 00 1 53 253 1 00 1 53
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
8 1 5 1 5 4 1 1
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habited-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited————»
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
2 – 2 2 –
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———»
———–Un-in habiled——————
1 8 9 1 8
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
11 12 16 5 11 1
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
– 1
23 56 77 21 56 1 1 –
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habiled–~————
—————Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
———–—–Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
1 _ _ _ _
-~—~—–Un-in habited———–~-
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited—————
1 4 2 – 2
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
————-Un-i n habited-——-——-—-—
—–—~——Un-inhabited————–
———–—–Un-inhabited-——-——-—–
5 4 2 — 2
—–———-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~————
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
1 1 2 1 1
9 2 1 —
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
——-—–—-—–Un-inhabited-——-——-—-—
2 – 2 2 –
—–—~——Un-in habited–~———–
– 1 1 – 1
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~————
—————Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
66
1 1 1 –

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
of marginal Workers
Household industry workers
Other workers Non-workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Fem
ales
Name of Village
Location
code
number
50 S1 52
53 54 55 56 57 58
2
1
1 1 –
—-—–—-—–—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
1 – 1
–——-——–Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied-—-—–—-——-—
————-Un-inha biled—-~———
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
8 4 4
————-Un-in11abiled—-~—-~—-
——-———–Un-inhabited——-——-——-—
————-Un-inhabiled—-~—-~—
—————-Un-inhabited——–——–—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabiled—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
6 6 –
————-Un-in ha biled————–
1 1 –
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inha bited———~–—
————-Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabiied—-~—-~–—
————-—–Un-inhabited————–—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
1 1 –
—–~—–Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
–———-—–Un-inhabited————-—
-~———-Un-inha bited—-~——-—
3 1 2
———–Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inha biled————–
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
7 5 2
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-in habited—–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabiied—-~—-~–—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
8 7 1
–———-—–Un-inhabited————-—
————Un-inha bited—-~—-~–—
——-——–Un-in habited———-——-—
————-Un-inha biled————–
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabiied—-~—-~–—
67
44
203
28
14
3
20
95
305
75
423
24
27
124
572
166
35
17
9
22
95
7
8
7
48
1 59
38
159
9
15
60
209
90
16
11
5
22
108
21
6
3
13
47
146
37
264
15
12
64
363
76
19
6
4
R.F.Surna|i (120)
Baraur (124)
D.P.F.Baraur (123)
Dhar Churgahar (125)
D.P.F.Kain (128)
RrF.Kain (127)
Tindi (129)
Dhar Julgahar (121)
D.P.F.Lohni (122)
RrF. Braknai (130)
D.P.F.Dhanda (135)
Dhar Kundal (126)
D.P.F.Kunde| (131)
DrPrFrHarsar (134)
Harsar (132)
Dhar Dhanda (136)
Dhar Bhatgahar (133)
DP.FrThanwani (137)
R.F.Dhanda| (139)
Dhar Bhirnwag (141)
Kurched (140)
DrPrF.Sa|garaor1 (144)
Salgaraon (143)
RrF.Ru|-nas (142)
Dhar Kangal-Pangah
(147)
R.F.Sa|kot (151)
R.F.Daredh (149)
R.F.Khuria| (150)
DPF1 Aral (165)
Margaraon (164)
R.F.Ra!o1i (152)
Dhar Salpat (154)
R.F.Sa|pal (153)
Salpal (159)
R.F.Sur1hal (103)
Dhar Sairun (146)
D.PrF.Sairun (145)
R.F.Riodhan (162)
Udaipur (160)
Dhar Holat (205)
DrP.FrUdaipur (101)
D.F’.F.Lobar (158)
D.P.F.Bardang (156)
D.P.F.Phatgahar (213)
Dhar Phatgahar (206)
Haruka (214)
Triloknalh (216)
D.P.F.Tri|oknalh (217)
Dhar Mushghar (155)
Dhar Khingar (218)
Kishori (215)
Auhar (207)
D.PrFrKhaprans (212)
Arat (211)
DPrFrBhiyari (220)
D.P.F.Gi1ding (221)
Dhar Gilding (219)
Dhar Jholing (224)
D.P.F.Jho|ing (222)
012193
012194
012195
012196
012197
012198
012199
012200
012201
012202
012203
012204
012205
012206
012207
012208
012209
012210
012211
012212
012213
012214
012215
012216
012217
012218
012219
012220
012221
012222
012223
012224
012225
012226
012227
012228
012229
012230
012231
012232
012233
012234
012235
012236
012237
012238
012239
012240
012241
012242
012243
012244
012245
012246
012247
012248
012249
012250
012251

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Axea of
Village in Number of
hectares households
Total population (including institutional
and houseless Lopulation) Population in the age~group 0-6
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
l
2
3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10
012252
012253
012254
012255
012256
012257
012258
012259
012260
012261
012262
012263
012264
012265
012266
012267
012268
012269
012270
012271
012272
012273
012274
012275
012276
012277
012278
012279
012280
012281
012282
012283
012284
012285
012286
012287
012288
012289
012290
012291
012292
012293
012294
012295
012296
012297
012298
012299
012300
012301
012302
012303
012304
012305
012306
012307
012308
012309
012310
012311
D.P.F.S/ndwari (210)
Sindwari (209)
Jholing (223)
Thirol (1/5)
Chokhang (1/4)
Chhogjing (1/3)
Gwar (1/2)
Nain Gahar (1/1)
Kamring (1/6)
Dandak (1/7)
Murang (1/8)
Chambak (1/9)
Lingcha (1/10)
Bha Baring (1/13)
Leh Baring (1/14)
Sheling (1/12)
Shenwar (1/11)
Kuang (1/15)
Delda (1/16)
Bha Chewar (1/17)
Leh Chewar (1/18)
Bhayadi (1/19)
Nalda (1/21)
Galing (1/23)
Junde (1/24)
Khuruti (1/20)
Lomach (1/27)
Tibok (1/2s)
Othang (1/29)
Yang Thang (1/30)
Taljon (1/25)
Jasrath (1/22)
Jahlma (1/31)
Beling (1/25)
Phura (1/32)
Lindur (3/1)
Kothi (3/2)
Rapring (3/3)
Goruma (3/4)
Jobrang (2/1)
Barnam (2/3)
Ghamban (2/4)
Rape (2/2)
Rashil (2/5)
Shansha (3/5)
Kirklrcha (4/4)
Parak (4/1)
Melbak (4/2)
Thapak (4/3)
Kirling (4/7)
Yang Kirting (4/6)
Duansha (4/5)
Rualing (4/8)
Telangbe (4/9)
Meling (4/10)
Lingar (2/6)
Ruring (4/11)
Chhuwag Murli (5/1)
Muchhling (5/2)
Lot (5/4)
285.97
297.12
62.52
22.28
36.96
8.93
14.23
18.73
25.10
5.48
23.51
13.03
16.27
6.60
14.21
20.79
7.60
7.87
7.55
4.56
3.46
8.56
52.05
9.76
24.13
5.96
6.28
4.64
40.45
27.51
19.64
28.02
97.01
2.47
14.12
43.09
24.63
21.11
83.31
60.78
4.16
7.52
28.31
25.43
139.53
8.39
9.15
5.58
38.48
34.05
17.13
28.88
20.03
27.47
26.60
18.08
25.55
3.32
4.24
39.79
1
63
20
31
28
6
2
12
25
4
19
8
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85
21
14
5
6
35
25
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28
14
72
2
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1
36
5
255
118
117
114
30
11
52
131
28
68
49
25
71
61
6
22
35
48
33
227
34
122
9
28
13
35
28
70
126
339
98
72
22
29
173
146
1
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149
83
320
2
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199
52
76
32
29
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23
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51 9
52 16
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14
33
26
–——-——-—U n—inhabited——-——-——
12 13
37 34
32 29
3 3
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1 2 1 0 –
1 7 1 8 6
30 1 8 3
–——-——-—U n—inhabiled——-——-——
12
111
19
60
5
12
9
17
16
38
64
179
21 9
116 19
15 5
62 11
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4
18
160 24
————-U n-inhabiied-~—-~——-
51
37
11
12
91
66
1
1
77
41
155
5
1
17
92
25
43
17
11
26
23
15
47 6
35 3
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80 9
72 14
42 5
165 23
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90 1 02 1 6
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3
2
3
11
3
7
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2
1
12
5
7
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10
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12
4
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9

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons Males
Females
Name of Village
ll l2 13
14 15 16
l7 18
l9
2
5
3
1
5
3
47
50
31
4
44
37
21
1
37
8
72
22
89
4
1
1
3
2
21
27
15
2
25
20
10
1
19
4
29
11
47
1
2
2
1
26
23
16
2
19
17
11
18
4
43
11
42
5 2 3
201 104 97
118 62 56
105 59 46
B5 45 40
14 9 5
11 4 7
49 28 21
112 49 63
27 13 14
51 25 26
48 22 26
——–——-Un-inhabited-——-——-—–
21 9 12
23 15 8
61 32 29
5 2 3
21 11 10
34 17 17
47 29 18
———-——-Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
176 84 92
15 5 10
91 45 46
5 3 2
28 12 16
11 7 4
34 16 18
20 12 8
70 38 32
123 63 60
256 126 130
————-Un~inhabited-~—~—-»
93 47 46
71 36 35
19 8 11
27 10 17
123 63 60
125 56 69
1 1 –
109 55 54
75 37 38
216 106 110
2 – 2
12 5 7
2 1 1
40 17 23
160 72 88
52 25 27
76 43 33
29 15 14
27 9 18
49 26 23
49 23 26
34 14 20
————-Un~inhabited-~—~——
2 1 1
99 41 58
69
2 1
188 110
89 51
93 57
70 42
19 16
3 1
34 19
91 53
13 7
40 24
35 19
17 8
49 32
45 30
4 1
16 10
19 11
36 25
14 6
176 92
13 6
84 48
7 5
19 10
7 6
19 12
16 11
49 29
92 55
234 144
64 41
48 28
12 9
15 9
115 66
99 56
1 1
1 1
103 61
60 35
225 125
2 .
9 5
2 1
25 14
153 76
44 24
56 37
24 12
20 9
33 21
32 17
26 14
2 1
134 75
1
78
38
36
23
3
2
15
33
6
16
16
9
17
15
3
6
3
11
8
84
7
36
2
9
1
7
5
20
37
90
23
20
3
6
49
43
42
25
100
2
4
1
11
77
20
19
12
11
12
15
12
1
59
D.P.F.Sindwari (210)
Sindwari (209)
J/1o|ing(223)
Thirot (1/5)
Chokhang (1/4)
Chhogjing (1/3)
Gwar (1/2)
Nain Gahar (1/1)
Kamring (1/5)
Dandak (1/7)
Murang (1/8)
Chambak (1/9)
Lingcha (1/10)
Bha Baring (1/13)
Leh Banng (1/14)
Shelmg (1/12)
Shenwar (1/11)
Kuang (1/15)
Delda (1/16)
Bha Chewar (1/17)
Leh Chewar (1/18)
Bhayadi (1/19)
Nalda (1/21)
Galmg (1/23)
Junde (1/24)
Khuruli (1/20)
Lomach (1/27)
Tibok (1/2s)
Olhang (1/29)
Yang Thang (1/30)
Taljon (1/25)
Jasralh (1/22)
Jahlma (1/31)
Beling (1/2e)
Phura (1/32)
Lindur (3/1)
Kothi (3/2)
Rapring (3/3)
Goruma (3/4)
Jobrang (2/1)
Barnam (2/3)
Ghambari (2/4)
Rape (2/2)
Rashii (2/5)
Shansha (3/5)
Kirkircha (4/4)
Parak (4/1)
Melbak (4/2)
Thapak (4/3)
Kimng (4/7)
Yang Kir1ing (4/6)
Duansha (4/5)
Rualing (4/s)
Telangbe (4/9)
Meling (4/10)
Lingar (2/6)
Ruring (4/11)
Chhuwag Murli (5/1)
Muchhling (5/2)
Lol (5/4)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Persons
Males
Females
Persuns Males F ernalm
Persons
Males Females
l
2
20 21
22
23 24 25
26
27 28
012252
012253
012254
012255
012256
012257
012258
012259
012260
012261
012262
012263
012264
012265
012266
012267
012268
012269
012270
012271
012272
012273
012274
012275
012276
012277
012278
012279
012280
012281
012282
012283
012284
012285
012286
012287
012288
012289
012290
012291
012292
012293
012294
012295
012296
012297
012298
012299
012300
012301
012302
012303
012304
012305
012306
012307
012308
012309
012310
012311
D.P.F.S/ndwari (210)
Sindwari (209)
Jholing (223)
Thirol (1/5)
Chokhang (1/4)
Chhogjing (1/3)
Gwar (1/2)
Nain Gahar (1/1)
Kamring (1/6)
Dandak (1/7)
Murang (1/8)
Chambak (1/9)
Lingcha (1/10)
Bha Baring (1/13)
Leh Baring (1/14)
Sheling (1/12)
Shenwar (1/11)
Kuang (1/15)
Delda (1/16)
Bha Chewar (1/17)
Leh Chewar (1/18)
Bhayadi (1/19)
Nalda (1/21)
Gafing (1/23)
Junde (1/24)
Khuruti (1/20)
Lomach (1/27)
Tibok (1/2s)
Othang (1/29)
Yang Thang (1/30)
Taljon (1/25)
Jasrath (1/22)
Jahlma (1/31)
Beling (1/25)
Phura (1/32)
Lindur (3/1)
Kothi (3/2)
Rapring (3/3)
Goruma (3/4)
Jobrang (2/1)
Barnam (2/3)
Ghamban (2/4)
Rape (2/2)
Rashil (2/5)
Shansha (3/5)
Kirkurcha (4/4)
Parak (4/1)
Melbak (4/2)
Thapak (4/3)
Kirling (4/7)
Yang Kirting (4/6)
Duansha (4/5)
Rualing (4/8)
Telangbe (4/9)
Meling (4/10)
Lingar (2/6)
Ruring (4/11)
Chhuwag Murti (5/1)
Muchhling (5/2)
Lot (5/4)
3
67
29
24
44
11
8
18
40
15
28
14
8
22
16
2
6
16
12
19
51
21
38
2
9
6
16
12
21
34
105
34
24
10
14
58
47
46
23
95
3
15
46
8
20
8
9
16
17
9
58
1
18
11
9
20
6
3
12
11
7
11
4
ulo’>|\:M|\:<.nJ>
6
19
13
12
w
ul<o<nululw~
10
9
2
3
25
10
16
6
30
_4m<J1|\><J1cn_\m<.».>
15
2
49
18
15
24
5
5
6
29
8
17
10
4
17
14
4
10
7
13
32
8
26
2
7
3
11
7
12
25
70
24
15
8
11
33
37
30
17
65
3
12
30
7
14
3
7
11
11
8
43
70
2 1 1
145 75 70
71 37 34
69 46 23
78 43 35
28 21 7
8 3 5
39 21 18
83 47 36
20 10 10
44 23 21
30 16 14
—-Un-inhabiled———-—-——
14 7 7
43 21 22
32 19 13
3 1 2
19 10 9
21 12 9
23 13 10
—-—Un-inhabiled———-—-——
17 8 9
132 60 72
23 14 9
79 40 39
5 2 3
17 9 8
8 5 3
25 13 12
19 11 8
53 27 26
69 33 36
Z35 130 105
~—Un-inhabiled————
71 38 33
39 24 15
17 9 8
21 10 11
1 19 63 56
121 56 65
1 1 –
1 1 –
103 54 49
69 34 35
Z52 129 123
2 – 2
8 4 4
2 1 1
26 10 16
137 63 74
39 19 20
45 24 21
24 13 11
23 10 13
34 18 16
34 17 17
24 10 14
~—Un-inhabiled—-~——–
2 1 1
120 56 64
2
1 30
68
65
61
1 2
6
32
70
1 6
41
25
14
43
31
3
17
12
23
17
132
23
78
5
17
8
25
19
53
69
235
68
39
17
21
104
61
1
76
39
252
2
7
1
15
124
37
29
16
17
22
23
15
2
118
1
67
36
43
35
7
2
15
42
7
21
15
7
21
18
1
9
7
13
8
60
1 4
39
2
9
5
1 3
1 1
27
33
1 30
37
24
9
10
57
29
1
43
19
129
4
8
55
18
14
10
8
9
12
7
1
54
1
63
32
22
26
5
4
17
28
9
20
10
7
22
13
2
8
5
10
9
72
9
39
3
8
3
12
8
26
36
105
31
15
8
11
47
32
33
20
123
2
3
1
7
69
19
15
6
9
13
11
8
1
64

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Induswial category of main workers
Household industry
Cultivators Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
on I
Persons
Males Females
Pers
s
Males Females Persons Ma.les.emales Persons Males
Females
Name of Village
29
30 31
32
33 34 35 36
37 38 39
40
2
2
88
49
31
26
8
6
25
40
10
19
17
10
30
26
1
12
12
16
105
7
72
5
17
6
23
16
50
52
160
53
34
13
14
77
49
1
61
30
195
2
6
1
11
106
31
22
12
16
20
18
13
Z
91
1
39
19
12
11
5
2
9
20
3
6
10
5
12
13
4
7
6
38
wcomfim
11
8
25
19
72
25
19
6
6
37
20
1
33
13
91
3
5
40
ul<z=\|\4~|u:I=-k
1
35
1
49
30
19
15
3
4
16
20
7
13
7
5
18
13
1
8
5
10
67
5
38
3
8
3
1 2
8
25
33
88
28
15
7
8
40
29
28
17
104
2
3
1
6
66
17
13
5
9
13
10
8
1
56
5
2
2
2
3
1
1
2
2
8
2
8
1
– – 3 1
3 2 – –
1 1 – –
2 . . _
2 . . _
2 1 – –
1 . . _
—-————U n-lnhablted–——-——-
1 . . _
—-—-—–—-—-U n-inhabited–——-——-~
– – 3 3
2 _ _ _
2 _ _ _
5 3 1 1
—–~——U r)-inhabiled——–~—-~
1 1 – –
4 4 – –
1 – 4 2
————U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
71
39
19
34
30
2
5
28
3
22
7
4:-ul$z>
7
17
24
16
6
¢,_.
o>~|<,;_-
13
5
4
7
19
12
15
9
52
1
l\)(.l’ll\)–\~Z>\|O56;~I>
27
27
17
31
21
1
4
20
2
15
4
:>-\mr.ow
7
8
19
12
5
KNAN
52
11
5
3
4
16
9
10
6
35
1
~:>N—<.->o1z>§<»
19
12
2
3
9
1
1
8
1
7
3
2
4
1
9
5
4
1
1
3
14
2
1
3
3
3
5
3
17
1
3
2
2
1
1
8
D.P.F.Sindwari (210)
Sindwari (209)
Jholing (223)
Thiro! (1/5)
Chokhang (1/4)
C11h0gjing(1/3)
Gwar (1/2)
Nain Gahar (1/1)
Kamring (1/6)
Dandak (1/7)
Murang (1/8)
Charnbak (1/9)
Lingcha (1/10)
Bha Baring (1/13)
Leh Baring (1/14)
Sheling (1/12)
Shenwar (1/11)
Kuang (1/15)
Delda (1/16)
Bha Chewar (1/17)
Leh Chewar (1/18)
Bhayadi (1/19)
Na/da (1/21)
Galing (1/23)
Junde (1/24)
Khuruli (1/20)
Lomach (1/27)
Tibok (1/2s)
Othang (1/29)
Yang Thang (1/30)
Taljon (1/25)
Jasraih (1/22)
Jahlma (1/31)
Beling (1/2s)
Phura (1/32)
Lindur (3/1)
Ko1h1 (3/2)
Rapring (3/3)
Goruma (3/4)
Jobrang (2/1)
Barnam (2/3)
Gharnbari (2/4)
Rape (2/2)
Rashil (2/5)
Shansha (3/5)
Kirkircha (4/4)
Parak (4/1)
Melbak (4/2)
Thapak (4/3)
Kirting (4/1)
Yang Kining (4/6)
Duansha (4/5)
Rualing (4/8)
Telangbe (4/9)
Meling (4/10)
Lingar (2/6)
Ruring (4/11)
Chhuwag Murti (5/1)
Muchhling (5/2)
Lot (5/4)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDBl0d<-
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Marginal workers
Industrial category
Cultivators Agflcultural labourers
Persons Males Females
Persons
Males Females Persons Males Females
l
2
41 42 43
44 45 46 47 48 49
012252
012253
012254
012255
012256
012257
012258
012259
012260
012261
012262
012263
012264
012265
012266
012267
012268
012269
012270
012271
012272
012273
012274
012275
012276
012277
012278
012279
012280
012281
012282
012283
012284
012285
012286
012287
012288
012289
012290
012291
012292
012293
012294
012295
012296
012297
012298
012299
012300
012301
012302
012303
012304
012305
012306
012307
012308
012309
012310
012311
D.P.F.S/ndwari (210)
Sindwari (209)
Jholing (223)
Thirol (1/5)
Chokhang (1/4)
Chhogjing (1/3)
Gwar (1/2)
Nain Gahar (1/1)
Kamring (1/6)
Dandak (1/7)
Murang (1/8)
Chambak (1/9)
Lingcha (1/10)
Bha Baring (1/13)
Leh Baring (1/14)
Sheling (1/12)
Shenwar (1/11)
Kuang (1/15)
Delda (1/16)
Bha Chewar (1/17)
Leh Chewar (1/18)
Bhayadi (1/19)
Nalda (1/21)
Galing (1/23)
Junde (1/24)
Khuruti (1/20)
Lomach (1/27)
Tibok (1/2s)
Othang (1/29)
Yang Thang (1/30)
Taljon (1/25)
Jasrath (1/22)
Jahlma (1/31)
Beling (1/25)
Phura (1/32)
Lindur (3/1)
Kothi (3/2)
Rapring (3/3)
Goruma (3/4)
Jobrang (2/1)
Barnam (2/3)
Ghamban (2/4)
Rape (2/2)
Rashil (2/5)
Shansha (3/5)
Klfk||’Ch8 (4/4)
Parak (4/1)
Melbak (4/2)
Thapak (4/3)
Kirling (4/7)
Yang Kirling (4/6)
Duansha (4/5)
Rualing (4/8)
Telangbe (4/9)
Meling (4/10)
Lingar (2/6)
Ruring (4/11)
Chhuwag Murti (5/1)
Muchhling (5/2)
Lot (5/4)
<»w:>3~/ 325:. G
-\~<.>ulow-\T>‘oo<.=-a=
3
2
1 1
2 1
9 5
1 1
3 1
15 6
60 27
1 1
27 11
30 15
1 _
1
<p3§<»m$ 63
wmno/owE>\-\a=-\
2
2 2
-§4\->~x»_\|\}(D._\K)\|
1
4
2
9
33
16
15
1
a>m<Ȣ-ulm_-u-110
72
ul|\2J>w~/M01601/\2m
-r\:<.=ulo>-\<.=->14:-\z>
m–\-:=-
_.m_._\
4 _
———–—–Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
2 1 1 –
7 4 3 1
————-Un-i n habited-—————-—
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited—————
1 1
13 5
60 27
1 1
26 11
29 14
1 _
10 2
~|::o1ulu>-
M0100-r\:ul—\
8
33 –
15 –
15 –
1 _
5 _
u~1o><.oz><»z>-
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~————
1 1
– 1
– 1
1 1
1 _
1 _

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
of marginal Workers
Household industry workers
Other workers Non-workers
Persons Males Females
Persons
Males Females
Persons Males
Females
Name of Village
Location
code
number
50 S1 52
53
54 55
56 57
58
2
1
1 – 1
Ga-\-\|
1
4
1
4
11
» 3
3 110
1 47
– 4s
3 33
2 2
– 3
– 13
– 43
– s
1 24
– 19
————-—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
– – – 1 1
– » – 23
1 1
– – » 3
– – – 3
1 1
– – – 25
—-—–—-—–—-Un-inhabited———-——-—
– – – 19
– – – 95
– – – 1 1
1 1
– – – 4
– – – 1 1
– – – 5
» » – 1 0
– – – 9
– » – 17
– – – 57
– – » 104
-~———-Un-inha bited—-~——-—
1
1
_\w2,_.$_.
2
1
8
5
1
1
1
– 29
– 14
– 43
1 27
– 33
– 5
– s
– 54
– 25
– 43
– 14
– as
– 4
mm-\ul-\
14
62
13
31
s
– e
– 15
– 15
1 11
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
1 1
– 72
73
1
53
25
20
19
1
1
10
17
4
12
7
5
16
13
2
2
5
17
4
51
5
20
:=-:><.->1»
5
11
31
49
13
13
2
2
28
10
23
7
26
1
7
29
urmoo-z>$c>
34
2
57
22
28
17
1
2
3
31
4
12
12
6
12
16
1
1
9
8
12
44
6
23
1
8
1
6
4
6
26
55
14
20
3
6
26
15
23
7
42
3
7
33
7
12
4
5
7
9
6
38
D.P.F.Sindwan (210)
Sindwari (209)
Jh01ing (223)
Thirot (1/5)
Chokhang (1/4)
Chhogjlng (1/3)
Gwar (1/2)
Nain Gahar (1/1)
Kamnng (1/6)
Dandak (1/7)
Murang (1/8)
Chambak (1/9)
Lingcha (1/10)
Bha Baring (1/13)
Leh Baring (1/14)
Sheling (1/12)
Shenwar (1/11)
Kuang (1/15)
Delda (1/16)
Bha Chewar (1/17)
Leh Chewar (1/18)
Bhayadi (1/19)
Nalda (1/21)
Galing (1/23)
Junde (1/24)
Khuruli (1/20)
Lomach (1/27)
Tlbok (1/23)
omang (1/29)
Yang Thang (1/30)
Taljon (1/25)
Jasralh (1/22)
Jamma (1/31)
Beling (1/25)
Fhura (1/32)
Lindur (3/1)
Kothi (3/2)
Rapring (3/3)
Goruma (3/4)
Jobrang (2/1)
Bamam (2/3)
Ghambari (2/4)
Rape (2/2)
Rashil (2/5)
Shansha (3/5)
Kirkircha (4/4)
Parak (4/1)
Melbak (4/2)
Thapak (4/3)
Kirting (4/7)
Yang Kining (4/6)
Duansha (4/5)
Rualing (4/8)
Telangbe (4/9)
Meling (4/10)
Lingar (2/6)
Ruring (4/11)
Chhuwag Murti (5/1)
Muchhling (5/2)
L01 (5/4)
012252
012253
012254
012255
012256
012257
012258
012259
012260
012261
012262
012263
012264
012265
012266
012267
012268
012269
012270
012271
012272
012273
012274
012275
012276
012277
012278
012279
012280
012281
012282
012283
012284
012285
012286
012287
012288
012289
012290
012291
012292
012293
012294
012295
012296
012297
012298
012299
012300
012301
012302
012303
012304
012305
012306
012307
012308
012309
012310
012311

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of
Village in
hectares
Number of
households
Total population (including institutional
and houseless Lopulation) Population in the age~group 0-6
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
l
2
3
4
5 6 7 8
10
012312
012313
012314
012315
012316
012317
012318
012319
012320
012321
012322
012323
012324
012325
012326
012327
012328
012329
012330
012331
012332
012333
012334
012335
012336
012337
012338
012339
012340
012341
012342
012343
012344
012345
012346
012347
012348
012349
012350
012351
012352
012353
012354
012355
012356
012357
012358
012359
012360
012361
012362
012363
012364
012365
012366
012367
012368
012369
012370
012371
To-Karing (5/3)
Karing (5/5)
Yangrang (5/7)
Lapshak (5/6)
Rangbe (5/8)
Dangar (5/9)
Tozing (5/11)
Wari (5/12)
Yang Tozing (5/10)
Krozing (6/1)
Thclang (6/6)
Malang (6/2)
Marbal (5/13)
Baring (5/14)
Bha-Garang (5/15)
Leh-Garang (6/3)
Nupe-Marang (6/4)
Dipe-Marang (6/5)
Phunkiyar (6/9)
Tila (6/s)
Tandi (6/13)
01151131 (11/1)
Leh—Sumnam (6/12)
Bokla (es/10)
Bha-Sumnam (6/11)
Biling (7/1)
Keylong (7/2)
Parandas (6/7)
Bukar (7/3)
Girmus (7/5)
Guskyar (7/6)
Yurnath (7/7)
Gumrang (7/4)
Mangoon (7/9)
Kyur (7/10)
Tayul (7/11)
Bar (7/12)
Slingiri (7/13)
Jhuling (9/7)
Dilbud (7/14)
Kawaring (7/15)
Kolang (8/2)
Kelad (s/3)
Khangsar (8/4)
Meh (5/5)
Bok (a/s)
Gemur-Gompa (8/6)
Jispa (8/9)
Mangsing (8/13)
Chhika-Be (8/11)
Rarik (s/12)
Rangyo (8/14)
Baryo (8/15)
Lingkyam (8/16)
Darcha Sumdo (8/17)
Darcha Dangrna (8/18)
Yoche (s/19)
Tingal (a/10)
Gemur (8/7)
Tinno (8/1)
3.37
16.02
30.11
31.53
33.51
9.52
13.73
36.00
7.96
14.54
48.70
49.00
38.86
9.08
6.22
10.16
8.14
8.57
7.00
5.10
52.19
153.52
23.00
4.85
27.41
54.35
247.10
9.68
4.50
10.99
9.96
22.63
40.01
5.48
14.16
0.76
1.66
15.89
5.10
1.77
54.27
62.32
19.78
73.16
20.32
16.32
11.71
49.00
3.95
5.07
14.80
7.57
1.62
6.65
10.64
40.74
22.54
6.39
8.15
56.45
3868.4
12
9
2
9
36
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2
7
34
79
7
2
5
46
31 9
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76
1
19
39
9
45
18
21
1
51
16
11
9
4
4
38
34
14
1
19
29
1 0 7
31 1 7
37 1 3 24
75 41 34
1 09 52 57
————-U n-inhabited—————
52 25 27 4
36 1 4 22 2
9 5 4 –
47 24 23 6
200 1 00 1 00 1 2
70 35 35 5
40 1 9 21 2
14 6 8 –
9 4 5 –
1 2 7 5 –
——-——–U n—inhabiled——————
6 3 3 1
29 1 6 1 3 3
————-U n-inhabited-~—~—~–
95 51 44 4
390 1 98 1 92 30
22 1 1 1 1 2
4 2 2 –
22 1 1 1 1 1
1 60 91 69 8
1 , 1 50 606 544 95
——–~-~–U n-inhabiied-~—~—-~–
4 4 – –
54 24 30 5
45 27 1 8 –
40 1 8
1 09 59
1 07 79
38 26
7 1
20 1 Z
537 440 97 23
6 3 3 2
————-U n-inhabited-~—~——~–
1 1 2 48 64
1 7 1 8 1
45 23 22
224 1 08 1 1 6 24
72 30 42 7
65 30 35 6
1 1
202 1 1 3 89 1 1
——-——–U n—inhabiled——————
B0 47 33
60 27 33
44 1 9
23 1 3 1 0
1 7 7 1 0
1 72 1 1 0
1 66 89
95 57
4 2
60 30
1 25 59
3 .
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2 _
30 3
66 6
74
1
2
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1
1
4
6
3
2
18
1
1
3
48
2
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9
1
_~i_.<,._.
5
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3
1
Nromm
1
1
4
12
1
5
47
3
1
2
4
14
1
2
2
13
5
5
6
4
1
2
7
7
3
2
4

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation Literztes
Persons Males Females
ll l2 13
Parsons Males Females
14 1 5 1 6
Persons Males Females
l7 18 l9
Name of Village
2
2
8
10
6
59
15
26
187
65
24
11
4
1
2
4
3
6
2
28
8
14
94
41
17
10
3
1
2
2
5
4
4
31
7
12
93
24
7
1
1
2
2
10 7 3
31 17 14
37 13 24
73 41 32
99 48 51
————-Un-inhabited-~———–
41 19 22
36 14 22
9 5 4
40 21 19
119 52 67
54 26 28
39
14
9
N
~|>caB§
N
<nU|<w—\
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
6 3 3
29 1 6 1 3
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
58 29 29
201 1 O3 98
22 1 1 1 1
4 2 2
22 1 1 1 1
83 41 42
699 346 353
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
4 4 –
53 23 30
42 24 1 8
39 1 7 22
1 06 57 49
25 1 3 1 2
36 24 1 2
7 1 6
20 1 2 8
58 32 26
6 3 3
—-~——–Un~i n habited-~—~—»
1 08 47 61
1 67 78 89
44 22 22
224 1 OS 1 1 6
64 27 37
62 28 34
1 1 –
1 77 88 89
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
40 1 7 23
60 27 33
44 1 9 25
23 1 3 1 O
1 7 7 1 O
84 43 41
1 63 86 77
87 52 35
4 2 2
44 20 24
1 25 59 66
75
9
20
17
50
84
41
22
8
35
142
46
29
12
7
10
5
17
71
290
14
4
17
95
877
4
38
32
28
81
59
22
6
1 2
345
3
78
1 27
35
1 50
48
38
136
44
44
31
16
10
123
113
72
1
40
98
6
14
10
32
47
24
12
5
19
80
26
18
5
4
6
3
10
48
174
9
2
8
65
513
4
20
24
15
50
46
16
1
10
306
2
39
67
19
81
22
23
89
29
24
13
12
5
95
68
48
1
19
50
3
6
7
18
37
17
10
3
16
62
20
11
7
3
4
2
7
23
116
5
2
9
30
364
18
8
13
31
13
6
5
2
39
1
39
60
16
69
26
15
47
15
20
18
4
5
28
45
24
21
48
To-Kanng (5/3)
Karing (5/5)
Yangrang (5/7)
Lapshak (5/6)
Rangbe (5/8)
Dangar (5/9)
Tozing (5/11)
Wari (5/12)
Yang Tozing (5/10)
Krozing (6/1)
Tholang (6/6)
Malang (8/2)
Marbal (5/13)
Banng (5/14)
Bha-Garang (5/15)
Lel1~Garang (6/3)
Nupe—Marang (6/4)
Dipe-Marang (6/5)
Phunkiyar (6/9)
Tila (6/s)
Tandi (6/13)
Gushal (11/1)
Leh-Sumnam (6/12)
Bokta (6/10)
Bha-Sumnam (6/11)
Biling (7/1)
Keylong (7/2)
Parandas (6/7)
Bokar (7/3)
Girmus (7/5)
Guskyar (7/6)
Yumalh (7/7)
Gumrang (7/4)
Mangoon (7/9)
Kyor (7/10)
Tayul (7/11)
Bar (7/12)
Stingiri (7/13)
Jholing (9/7)
Dilbud (7/14)
Kawaring (7/15)
Kolang (8/2)
Kelad (8/3)
Khangsar (8/4)
Meh (8/5)
Bok (s/s)
Gemur-Gompa (8/6)
Jispa (8/9)
Mangsing (8/13)
Chhika~Be (s/11)
Rarik (s/12)
Rangyo (B/14)
Baryo (8/15)
Lingkyarn (8/16)
Darcha Sumdu (8/17)
Darcha Dangrna (8/18)
Yoche (8/19)
Tingal (s/10)
Gemur (8/7)
Tinno (8/1)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
l
Name of Village
2
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Persons
20
Males
21
Females
22
Persuns Males F ernalm
Z3 24 25
Persons
26
Males Females
27 28
012312
012313
012314
012315
012316
012317
012318
012319
012320
012321
012322
012323
012324
012325
012326
012327
012328
012329
012330
012331
012332
012333
012334
012335
012336
012337
012338
012339
012340
012341
012342
012343
012344
012345
012346
012347
012348
012349
012350
012351
012352
012353
012354
012355
012356
012357
012358
012359
012360
012361
012362
012363
012364
012365
012366
012367
012368
012369
012370
012371
To-Karing (5/3)
Karing (5/5)
Yangrang (5/7)
Lapshak (5/6)
Rangbe (5/8)
Dangar (5/9)
Tozing (5/11)
Wari (5/12)
Yang Tozing (5/10)
Krozing (6/1)
Thclang (6/6)
Malang (6/2)
Marbal (5/13)
Baring (5/14)
Bha-Garang (5/15)
Leh-Garang (6/3)
Nupe-Marang (6/4)
Dipe-Marang (6/5)
Phunkiyar (6/9)
Ti1a (6/s)
Tandi (6/13)
01151131 (11/1)
Leh—Sumnam (6/12)
Bokla (es/10)
Bha-Sumnam (6/11)
Biling (7/1)
Keylong (7/2)
Parandas (6/7)
Bukar (7/3)
Girmus (7/5)
Guskyar (7/6)
Yurnath (7/7)
Gumrang (7/4)
Mangoon (7/9)
Kyur (7/10)
Tayul (7/11)
Bar (7/12)
Stingiri (7/13)
Jhuling (9/7)
Dilbud (7/14)
Kawaring (7/15)
Kolang (8/2)
Kelad (s/3)
Khangsar (8/4)
Meh (5/5)
Bok (a/s)
Gemur-Gompa (8/6)
Jispa (8/9)
Mangsing (8/13)
Chhika-Be (8/11)
Rarik (s/12)
Rangyo (8/14)
Baryo (8/15)
Lingkyam (8/16)
Darcha Sumdo (8/17)
Darcha Dangrna (8/18)
Yoche (s/19)
Tingal (a/10)
Gemur (8/7)
Tinno (8/1)
1
11
20
25
25
11
14
1
12
58
24
K‘R)K}_\
1
12
24
100
8
5
65
273
16
13
12
28
48
16
1
8
192
3
34
44
1 0
74
24
27
1
66
36
16
13
7
7
49
53
23
3
20
27
<.n¢o<..>;,>_1
1
2
N
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1
6
3
24
2
3
26
93
Aw
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2
134
1
9
14
4
27
8
7
1
24
18
3
6
1
2
15
21
9
1
11
9
8
17
16
20
10
12
1
7
38
15
10
1
2
1
1
6
21
76
6
2
39
180
12
10
9
19
15
6
1
6
58
2
25
30
6
47
16
20
42
18
13
7
6
5
34
32
14
2
9
18
76
5 3 2
1 7 9 8
23 7 1 6
41 22 1 9
73 35 38
—~——–Un-inha bi\ed————–
30 1 2 1 8
26 1 O 1 6
4 2 2
22 8 1 4
1 74 84 90
38 1 2 26
25 1 0 1 5
6 3 3
7 3 4
7 2 5
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
4 2 2
21 1 0 1 1
–~—~—Un-inha bi\ed————
76 41 35
289 143 1 46
1 4 6 8
4 2 2
1 7 8 9
1 42 83 59
772 41 8 354
——~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
4 4 –
40 20 20
34 24 1 0
25 1 3 1 2
74 39 35
90 69 21
24 1 5 9
7 1 6
1 5 8 7
476 41 3 63
4 2 2
–~—~—Un-inha bi\ed————
77 35 42
1 07 51 56
34 1 9 1 5
1 54 77 77
45 23 22
46 24 22
1 1 –
1 57 92 65
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
64 40 24
42 1 8 24
21 1 1 1 0
1 1 5 6
1 1 5 6
1 27 86 41
1 20 61 59
64 39 25
4 2 2
44 20 24
99 47 52
5
16
23
41
73
29
26
4
22
1 30
34
22
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4
21
76
289
12
4
17
131
692
36
31
25
69
47
24
1 1
259
4
77
1 06
34
1 52
42
46
1
1 52
60
42
21
11
11
120
116
64
4
35
99
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22
35
11
10
2
8
63
11
9
3
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2
10
41
143
5
2
8
78
393
18
21
13
35
28
15
4
212
2
35
50
1 9
76
21
24
1
88
38
1 8
1 1
5
5
80
58
39
2
1 6
47
2
8
16
19
38
18
16
2
14
67
23
13
3
4
5
2
11
35
146
7
2
9
53
299
18
10
12
34
19
9
7
47
2
42
56
15
76
21
22
64
22
24
10
6
6
40
58
25
2
19
52

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Induswial category of main workers
Cultivators
Household industry
workers Other workers
Agricultural labourers
Persons
29
Males Females
30 3 l
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
35 36 37 38 39 40
32 33 34
Name of Village
2
3
13
22
41
55
23
24
4
22
88
34
N
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4
18
51
237
10
4
15
98
298
27
20
1 8
56
29
1 8
9
27
4
72
87
29
132
34
42
1
113
56
36
18
11
10
49
86
59
4
24
91
Mm
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mwmm
30
mwwm:
2
7
22
104
3
2
7
49
115
10
11
8
24
16
11
2
11
2
31
36
16
61
17
20
1
53
35
1 6
8
5
4
22
38
34
2
8
42
1
8
16
19
34
15
16
2
14
58
23
13
3
4
5
2
11
29
133
7
2
8
49
183
17
9
10
32
13
7
7
16
2
41
51
13
71
17
22
60
21
20
10
6
6
27
48
25
2
16
49
1 1 –
————-U n-lnhabiled————~
1 8 1 6 2 – –
—————U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
———–U n-1 nhablled–~—~—-~
– – – 2 1
1 1 – 9 6
27 1 0 1 7 14 6
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
2 2 – 1 1
1 1 – – –
1 1 –
– 1 1
2 2 –
5 4
———–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
1 2 2
– 3 1
– 2 1
1 1 – 5 4
2 1 1 – –
. 1 _
—————U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
– – – 2 1
2 1 1 26 17
_ _ _ 2 _
1 1 – – –
– – – 2 1
77
2
3
18
6
2
24
1
3
23
52
2
2
23
353
zswmmmw
2
225
5
16
3
14
6
4
38
2
6
3
1
43
28
5
10
6
1
3
14
3
2
17
1
3
1 8
39
Z
1
22
262
~:3z>~|ou
Z
195
4
13
2
10
3
4
35
2
2
3
1
40
20
5
7
4
91
30
To-Karing (5/3)
Karing (5/5)
Yangrang (5/7)
Lapshak (5/6)
Rangbe (5/8)
Dangar (5/9)
Tozing (5/11)
Wari (5/12)
Yang Tozing (5/10)
Krozing (6/1)
Tholang (6/6)
Malang (6/2)
Marbal (5/13)
Baring (5/14)
Bha-Garang (5/15)
Leh-Garang (6/3)
Nupe-Marang (6/4)
Dipe-Marang (6/5)
Phunkiyar (6/9)
Tila (e/s)
Tandi (6/13)
Gushal (11/1)
Leh-Sumnam (6/12)
Bokta (a/10)
Bha-Sumnam (6/11)
Biling (7/1)
Keylong (7/2)
Parandas (6/7)
Bokar (7/3)
Girmus (7/5)
Guskyar (7/6)
Yurnalh (7/7)
Gumrang (7/4)
Mangoon (7/9)
Kyor (7/10)
Tayul (7/11)
Bar (7/12)
Slingiri (7/13)
Jholing (9/7)
Dilbud (7/14)
Kawanng (7/15)
Kolang (8/2)
Kelad (s/3)
Khangsar (8/4)
Meh (8/5)
Bok (s/s)
Gemur-Gompa (8/6)
Jispa (8/9)
Mangsing (8/13)
Chhika~Be (s/11)
Rarik (8/12)
Rangyo (8/14)
Baryo (8/15)
Lingkyam (8/16)
Darcha Sumdo (8/17)
Darcha Dangma (8/18)
Yoche (8/19)
Tingal (s/10)
Gemur (8/7)
Tinno (8/1)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Marginal workers
Industrial category
Cultivators Agflcultural labourers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
l
2
41
42 43
44 45 46 47 48 49
012312
012313
012314
012315
012316
012317
012318
012319
012320
012321
012322
012323
012324
012325
012326
012327
012328
012329
012330
012331
012332
012333
012334
012335
012336
012337
012338
012339
012340
012341
012342
012343
012344
012345
012346
012347
012348
012349
012350
012351
012352
012353
012354
012355
012356
012357
012358
012359
012360
012361
012362
012363
012364
012365
012366
012367
012368
012369
012370
012371
To-Karing (5/3)
Karing (5/5)
Yangrang (5/7)
Lapshak (5/6)
Rangbe (5/8)
Dangar (5/9)
Tozing (5/11)
Wari (5/12)
Yang Tozing (5/10)
Krozing (6/1)
Tholang (6/6)
Malang (6/2)
Marbal (5/13)
Baring (5/14)
Bha-Garang (5/15)
Leh-Garang (6/3)
Nupe-Marang (6/4)
Dipe-Marang (6/5)
Phunkiyar (6/9)
Tila (6/s)
Tandi (6/13)
Gushal (11/1)
Leh—Sumnam (6/12)
Bokla (es/10)
Bha-Sumnam (6/11)
Biling (7/1)
Keylong (7/2)
Parandas (6/7)
Bukar (7/3)
Girmus (7/5)
Guskyar (7/6)
Yurnath (7/7)
Gumrang (7/4)
Mangoon (7/9)
Kyor (7/10)
Tayul (7/11)
Bar (7/12)
Slingiri (7/13)
Jholing (9/7)
Dilbud (7/14)
Kawaring (7/15)
Kolang (8/2)
Kelad (s/3)
Khangsar (8/4)
Meh (5/5)
Bok (a/s)
Gemur-Gompa (8/8)
Jispa (8/9)
Mangsing (8/13)
Chhika-Be (8/11)
Rarik (s/12)
Rangyo (8/14)
Baryo (8/15)
Lingkyam (8/16)
Darcha Sumdo (8/17)
Darcha Dangrna (8/18)
Yoche (s/19)
Tingal (a/10)
Gemur (8/7)
Tinno (8/1)
1
1
44
4
3
2
11
80
4
4
3
5
43
7
4
217
1
2
3
5
4
7
4
9
1
1
21
1
1
1
5
25
4
2
3
4
41
1
4
201
1
1
2
4
2
6
3
4
—–—~——Un-inhabited————–
23 44 Z1 23
3 3 1 2
2 3 1 2
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
1 2 1 1
6 9 4 5
55 66 1 7 49
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
2 2 – 2
_ Z 2 _
1 Z 1 1
2 _ _ .
6 _ _ .
1 6 — — –
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——~—-—
1 1 –
1 1 1 – – – –
1 _ _ _
1 _ _ .
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
2 3 2 1
1 3 3 –
1 1 1 –
5 _ _ _
78

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
of marginal Workers
Househuld industry workers Other workers Non-workers
Pelsons Males Females Persons Males Females Pels0ns Males Females
Name of Village
Locatiun
code
mnnba
50 S1 52
53 54 55 56
57
2
1
1 1 –
————-Un-inha bited————–
1 1 –
1 – 1
———-—–Un-inhabiled————-—
———–Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
2 1 1
1 3 7 6
————-Un-inha biled—-~—-~—
4 4 –
2 2 –
1 1 –
3 3 ~
43 41 2
7 1 6
4 4 –
2 1 7 20 1 1 6
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
1 1 –
1 – 1
3 2 1
5 4 1
———-—–Un-inhabiled————-—
1 – 1
4 3 1
3 2 1
9 4 5
79
5
14
14
34
36
22
10
5
25
26
32
15
8
2
5
2
8
19
101
8
5
18
378
14
11
15
35
17
14
5
61
2
35
64
11
70
27
19
45
16
18
23
12
6
45
46
31
16
26
:i$o>ou->-
13
4
3
16
16
23
9
3
<;._\
1
6
1O
55
5
3
8
188
4
3
5
20
10
11
4
27
1
13
30
4
31
7
6
21
wooour.o~4
24
28
18
10
12
1
6
8
15
19
9
6
2
9
10
9
6
5
1
1
2
9
46
3
2
10
190
10
8
10
15
7
3
1
34
1
22
34
7
39
20
13
24
9
9
15
4
4
21
18
13
6
14
To-Karing (5/3)
Karing (5/5)
Yangrang (5/7)
Lapshak (5/6)
Rangbe (5/8)
Dangar (5/9)
Tozmg (5/11)
Wari (5/12)
Yang Tozing (5/10)
Krozing (6/1)
Tholang (6/6)
Malang (6/2)
Marbal (5/13)
Baring (5/14)
Bha-Garang (5/15)
Leh-Garang (6/3)
Nupe-Marang (6/4)
Dipe-Marang (6/5)
Fhunkiyar (6/9)
Tlla (6/s)
Tandi (6/13)
Gushal (11/1)
Leh-Sumnam (6/12)
Bokta (s/10)
Bha-Sumnam (6/11)
Biling (7/1)
Keylong (7/2)
Parandas (6/7)
Bokar (7/3)
Girmus (7/5)
Guskyar (7/6)
Yurnalh (7/7)
Gumrang (7/4)
Mangoon (7/9)
Kyor (7/10)
Tayul (7/11)
Bar (7/12)
Slingiri (7/13)
Jholing (9/7)
Dilbud (7/14)
Kawaring (7/15)
Kolang (8/2)
Kelad (8/3)
Khangsar (8/4)
Meh (s/5)
Bok (s/s)
Gemur-Gompa (8/6)
Jispa (8/9)
Mangsing (8/13)
Chhika~Be (s/11)
Rarik (s/12)
Rangyo (8/14)
Baryu (8/15)
Lingkyam (8/16)
Darcha Sumdu (8/17)
Darcha Dangma (8/18)
Yoche (8/19)
T/ngal (8/10)
Gemur (8/7)
T/nno (8/1)
012312
012313
012314
012315
012316
012317
012318
012319
012320
012321
012322
012323
012324
012325
012326
012327
012328
012329
012330
012331
012332
012333
012334
012335
012336
012337
012338
012339
012340
012341
012342
012343
012344
012345
012346
012347
012348
012349
012350
012351
012352
012353
012354
012355
012356
012357
012358
012359
012360
012361
012362
012363
012364
012365
012366
012367
012368
012369
012370
012371

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Area of Total population (including institutional
Village in Number of and houseless Lopulation) Population in the age~group 0-6
hectares households Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
l
2
3
5 6 7 8 9
012372
012373
012374
012375
012376
012377
012378
012379
012380
012381
012382
012383
012384
012385
012386
012387
012388
012389
012390
012391
012392
012393
012394
012395
012396
012397
012398
012399
012400
012401
012402
012403
012404
012405
012406
012407
012408
012409
012410
012411
012412
012413
012414
012415
012416
012417
012418
012419
012420
012421
012422
012423
012424
012425
012426
Chharzi (9/9)
Piukar (9/a)
Thula-Pyasu (9/6)
Yala Pyasu (9/5)
Cheling (9/4)
Gumling (7/8)
Lapchang (9/3)
Prasprag (9/2)
Barbug (9/1)
Kardang (10/2)
Gwajang (10/1)
Topc11i|ing(11/2)
Ship1ing(11/3)
Muling (11/3)
Bargul (11/4)
Dalang (12/1)
Thorang (12/2)
Phuklal (12/4)
Gondhla (12/3)
Tiling (12/5)
Khinang (12/7)
Purd (12/e)
Khangsar (12/8)
Sakar (12/9)
Shugu (12/10)
Jagle (12/11)
Kangcha (12/12)
Murticha (12/13)
Raling (12/14)
Khorpani (12/15)
Shull/ng (12/13)
Rcpsang (13/1)
Khangsar (13/3)
Jungling (13/2)
Gopa Thang (13/4)
Shashin (13/5)
Jagdang (13/6)
Khawagling (13/7)
Reli| (13/3)
Kalhal (13/11)
Labrang (13/9)
Shurtang (13/10)
Kewak (13/12)
Chhokar (13/13)
Jamyaling (14/6)
Sarkhang (14/1)
Bogcha (14/3)
Rangcha (14/2)
Lallng (14/7)
Kharchad Kogma (14/4)
Kharchud Yongma
(14/5)
Teling (14/8)
Dimphuk (14/9)
Khoksar (14/10)
Yari-Khoksar (14/11)
5.38
55.71
12.75
4.90
22.00
9.69
32.82
10.91
12.47
74.95
26.38
8.22
28.73
41.91
54.85
18.00
20.47
11.74
86.56
14.16
30.50
31.00
43.52
11.32
13.35
34.00
4.87
15.29
17.07
11.00
47.06
43.51
4.71
10.19
12.51
31.87
24.47
20.34
8.00
10.62
6.46
19.64
7.16
4.34
4.29
6.63
5.17
4.53
6.71
3.31
4.69
32.60
30.82
15.13
15.14
36
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46
18
8
9
29
18
10
10
8
73
6
11
12
17
4
5
:>F5no<»<.o
46
1 4
7
7
8
34
14
30
<.>~wNmz>o\ur~|N<.=<.0
3
18
48
18
2
——-——–U n—inhabiled——————
59
12
7
17
14
19
16
8
107
33
13
25
89
54
40
32
20
162
17
37
24
53
15
17
21
6
28
28
12
112
32
12
14
20
63
34
55
19
6
3
17
12
12
7
4
7
030
6
34
90
39
7
59 7
9 4
7 _
13 1
10 –
25
21
7
88
34
11
29
81
46
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0 _-muo<.»:oo\| m
6:
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33
15
16
7 _
19 3
30 3
15 –
U3 N 3
6: a> <0
:..:u-|z>m>_\_rw§
37
16
16
50
44
16
5 _
3 _
18 3
10 3
13 2
5 _
3 _
wmurm
2
1
1
5 _
42
59
6:
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8
1
1
1
3
1
5
3
5
_r<,,_\_
N
_@_<,.,_O_<,.,
3
1
4
1
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2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
N4:-rowa-\u:-t=-_r_~_\
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2
10
2
1
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1
2
2
5
4
1

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Scheduled Castes Epulation Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literates
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Name of Village
ll l2 13 l4 15 16
l7 18 l9
2
3
193
13
11
145
1
28
4
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
– – 11s
– – 21
– – 14
– – 30
– – 24
» – 44
– – 31
– – 15
– – 175
– – 57
– – 4
» – 42
1 2 143
» – as
– – 33
– – e4
– – 33
as 105 105
– – 33
– – as
– – 53
5 s 77
– – 24
– – 33
– – 49
– – 13
– – 43
» – 53
4 7 15
73 72 76
– – 39
– – 2s
– – so
– – 44
1 – 91
14 14 36
– – 53
» – 35
2 2 1
– – e
– – 34
– – 21
– – 23
» – 12
– – 1
» – 12
– – 11
– – 15
– – s
– – 11
» – 70
– – 7s
» – 77
– – 2
59
12
7
17
14
19
16
8
95
28
3
19
74
52
37
31
18
55
16
33
24
44
13
17
20
6
27
28
8
39
32
12
14
20
51
18
26
19
4
3
16
11
12
7
4
6
mom
6
31
41
38
1
59
9
7
13
10
25
21
7
83
29
1
23
72
46
26
33
1 5
50
1 7
33
29
33
1 1
1 6
29
7
19
30
7
37
37
1 6
1 6
24
40
1 8
30
1 6
3
3
18
10
11
5
3
wmmm
5
39
37
39
1
77 45 32
4
4
9 5
9 5
21 14
17 12
21 14
20 10 10
4
136 84 52
49 29 20
11 7
13 8
40 21 19
117 71 46
74 47 27
48 35 13
45 25 20
27 17 10
226 122 104
25 14 11
44 28 16
37 21 16
67 37 30
17 12
24 15
33 16 17
4
32 21 11
46 27 19
23 10 13
175 99 76
56 29 27
23 12 11
28 12 16
37 17 20
93 54 39
50 28 22
76 47 29
29 17 12
10 6
9 6
6 3
25 14 11
12 9
19 10
11 7
7
10
7
13
7
4:-<ou|ulJ>
11 6
61 33 28
101 72 29
60 34 26
14 6
4
4
Chharzv (9/9)
Piukar (9/3)
Thola-Fyasu (9/6)
Yala Pyasu (9/5)
Cheling (9/4)
Gumling (7/B)
Lapchang (9/3)
Prasprag (9/2)
Barbog (9/1)
Kardang (10/2)
Gwajang (10/1)
Topchi1ing(11/2)
Ship1ing(11/3)
Muling (11/5)
Bargul (11/4)
Dalang (12/1)
Thorang (12/2)
Phukial (12/4)
Gondhla (12/3)
Tiling (12/5)
Khinang (1217)
Purd (12/6)
Khangsar (12/8)
Sakar (12/9)
Shugu (12/10)
Jagle (12/11)
Kangcha (12/12)
Murlicha (12/13)
Raling (12/14)
Khorpani (12/15)
Shuiling (12/13)
Ropsang (13/1)
Khangsar (13/3)
Jungling (13/2)
Gopa Thang (13/4)
Shashin (13/5)
Jagdang (13/6)
Khawagling (13/7)
Retél (13/5)
Kathal (13/11)
Labrang (13/9)
Shurlang (13/10)
Kewak (13/12)
Chhokar (13/13)
Jamyaling (14/6)
Sarkhang (14/1)
Bogcha (14/3)
Rangcha (14/2)
Laling(14/7)
Kharchad Kogma (14/4)
Kharchud Yongma
(14/5)
Teling (14/8)
Dirnphuk (14/9)
Khoksar (14/10)
Yarl-Khoksar (14/11)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
ns
Females
Persuns Males F ernalm
Males Females
l
2
22
23 24 25
27 28
012372
012373
012374
012375
012376
012377
012378
012379
012380
012381
012382
012383
012384
012385
012386
012387
012388
012389
012390
012391
012392
012393
012394
012395
012396
012397
012398
012399
012400
012401
012402
012403
012404
012405
012406
012407
012408
012409
012410
012411
012412
012413
012414
012415
012416
012417
012418
012419
012420
012421
012422
012423
012424
012425
012426
Chharzi (9/9)
Piukar (9/a)
Thula-Pyasu (9/6)
Yala Pyasu (9/5)
Cheling (9/4)
Gumling (7/8)
Lapchang (9/3)
Prasprag (9/2)
Barbug (9/1)
Kardang (10/2)
Gwajang (10/1)
Topc11i|ing(11/2)
Ship1ing(11/3)
Muling (11/3)
Bargul (11/4)
Dalang (12/1)
Thorang (12/2)
Phuktal (12/4)
Gondhla (12/3)
Ti1ing (12/5)
Khinang (12/7)
Purd (12/e)
Khangsar (12/8)
Sakar (12/9)
Shugu (12/10)
Jagle (12/11)
Kangcha (12/12)
Murticha (12/13)
Raling (12/14)
Khorpani (12/15)
Shul|1ng(12/16)
Rcpsang (13/1)
Khangsar (13/3)
Jungling (13/2)
Gopa Thang (13/4)
Shashin (13/5)
Jagdang (13/6)
Khawagling (13/7)
Reli| (13/8)
Kalhal (13/11)
Labrang (13/9)
Shurtang (13/10)
Kewak (13/12)
Chhokar (13/13)
Jamyaling (14/6)
Sarkhang (14/1)
Bogcha (14/3)
Rangcha (14/2)
Laling (14/7)
Kharchad Kogma (14/4)
Kharchud Yongma
(14/5)
Teling (14/8)
Dimphuk (14/9)
Khoksar (14/10)
Yari-Khoksar (14/11)
41
12
5
9
7
23
17
4
59
18
11
14
53
26
18
20
8
103
10
26
16
28
9
9
18
3
15
12
4
46
13
5
2
7
20
17
23
6
2
10
10
6
1
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15
48
18
1
A > _~ N »-L
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w<..>~_\~|
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|\>_(_\m
27
5
3
6
5
18
11
3
36
14
6
10
35
19
13
13
5
63
7
17
13
12
6
7
13
3
8
11
2
33
10
5
4
11
11
15
4
2
_(z=-\|~|
1
3
1
14
30
13
82
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
94 46 48
ma.->:>z><»=u~1oo\|
mun»:-w
mmuaw
cameo
meow
43 20 23
119 76 43
57 29 28
8 4 4
40
5
4
8
8
12
10
5
55
21
19
66
34
21
22
10
103
12
24
17
34
8
11
19
4
16
22
11
80
25
9
10
14
39
27
28
11
5
3
12
m<.»:4>4>wuloo~|
4
20
29
28
4

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
Induswial category of main workers
Cultivators Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
on I
Persons
Males Females Persons Ma.les.emales Persons Males Females
Name of Village
29
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
2
67
14
9
21
12
24
21
9
87
33
39
118
73
35
39
Z3
170
22
48
24
62
18
20
33
6
29
39
20
137
41
16
16
21
61
41
33
19
11
4
18
12
17
9
6
mamuu
5
31
40
38
4
—————U n-1nhab1ted–—————-
;~_@
uw–\z>
– – – 2
– – – 1
– – – 4
– – – 2
– – – 5
_ _ _ 1 _
_ _ _ 1 _
_ _ _ 1 _
4 2 2 1
5 3 2 – –
J>~:>w<.=z><oul<z=|\:
1 1 – – – –
|\>~z>~<.=ula=~|
1 1 – – – –
8
2
1
N – re
\|<.~:mwm~u:.-saam_\wmcnA
6
12
4
1
1
7
23
7
31
3
R)>—§R)U14\
3
4
2
4
6
45
18
4
z=-N—55w-\~4ul<:1-\:.=~|5-3
-~<.=
Chharzi (9/9)
Piukar (9/s)
Thola-Pyasu (9/6)
Yala Pyasu (9/5)
Cheling (9/4)
Gumling (7/8)
Lapchang (9/3)
Prasprag (9/2)
Barbog (9/1)
Kardang (10/2)
Gwajang (10/1)
Topchiling (11/2)
Ship1ing(11/3)
Muling 111/5)
Bargul (11/4)
Dalang(12/1)
Thorang (12/2)
Phuktal (12/4)
Gondhla (12/3)
Tiling (12/5)
Khinang (12/7)
Purd (12/6)
Khangsar (12/8)
Sakar (12/9)
Shugu (12/10)
Jagle(12/11)
Kangcha (12/12)
Murlicha 112/13)
Raling (12/14)
Khorpani (12/15)
Shuiling (12/16)
Ropsang (13/1)
Khangsar (13/3)
Jungling (13/2)
Gopa Thang (13/4)
Shashin (13/5)
Jagdang (13/6)
Khawagling (13/7)
Relil (13/8)
l»<a!hal(13/11)
Labrang (13/9)
Shurlang (13/10)
Kewak (13/12)
Chhokar <13/13)
Jamyaling (14/6)
Sarkhang (14/1)
Bogcha (14/3)
Rangcha (14/2)
Laling (14/7)
Kharchad Kogma (14/4)
Kharchud Yungma
(14/5)
Teling (14/8)
DllTlphUk (14/9)
Khoksar (14/10)
Yari-Khoksar (14/11)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
l
Industrial category
Marginal wurkers Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Name of Village
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
2 41 42 43 44 45 46
Persons Males Females
47 4S 49
012372
012373
012374
012375
012376
012377
012378
012379
012380
012381
012382
012383
012384
012385
012386
012387
012388
012389
012390
012391
012392
012393
012394
012395
012396
012397
012398
012399
012400
012401
012402
012403
012404
012405
012406
012407
012408
012409
012410
012411
012412
012413
012414
012415
012416
012417
012418
012419
012420
012421
012422
012423
012424
012425
012426
Chh3VZi (9/9)
Piukar(9/8) 16
Thula-Pyasu (9/6) –
Yala Pyasu (9/5)
Cheling (9/4)
Gumling (7/8)
Lapchang (9/3)
Prasprag (9/2) –
Barbug (9/1)
Kardang (10/2)
Gwajang (10/1)
Topc11i|ing(11/2)
Ship1ing(11/3)
Muling (11/3)
Bargul (11/4)
Dalang (12/1)
Thorang (12/2)
Phuklal (12/4) –
Gondhla (12/3)
Tiling (12/5) –
Khinang (12/7) –
Purd (12/e) –
Khangsar (12/8) –
Sakar (12/9) –
Shugu (12/10) –
Jagle (12/11) –
Kangcha (12/12) –
Murticha (12/13) –
Raling (12/14) ~
Khorpani (12/15) –
Shul|1ng(12/16)
Rcpsang (13/1)
Khangsar (13/3)
Jungling (13/2)
Gopa Thang (13/4)
Shashin (13/5)
Jagdang (13/6) –
Khawagling (13/7) –
Retil (13/3) –
Kalhal (13/11) –
Labrang (13/9) –
Shu/‘tang (13/10) –
Kewak(13/12) –
Chhokar (13/13) –
Jamyaling (14/6) –
Sarkhang (14/1) –
Bogcha (14/3) —
Rangcha (14/2) –
Lallng (14/7) –
Kharchad Kogma (14/4) –
Kharchud Yongma
(14/5) –
Teling (14/8)
Dimphuk (14/9)
Khoksar (14/10) –
Yari-Khoksar (14/11) –
ov-\-we
1
19
9
18
5
16
11
2
1
5
;,,;_l_\~_\\|
6
34
8
_l_\_lN
-~ula:~ou~|:‘\-
4
7
<,,_l_\_l
3
20
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
8 2 1 1
_ 2 2 _
. 1 1 .
5 _ . .
_ 1 1 _
1 1
moouaomoo
-\o1ul ro
2 3
7 8
5 6
1 1 1 –
_ 3 3 _
1 1 – 1
1 _ _ _
_ 1 1 _
_ 2 2 _
3 _ _ _
14 – – –
84
1 1 –
1 1 –
1 – 1
5 4 1
1 1 –
1 1 –
2 1 1

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Lahul
of marginal Workers
Household industry workers
Other workers Non-workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
Location
code
number
50 S1 52
53 54 55 56 57 58
2
1
3 2 1
–———-—–Un-inhabited————-—
32
6
1
10
7
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
19
24
7
3
8
8
13
15
4
55
15
3
9
23
8
8
21
8
117
10
19
21
22
8
11
18
6
14
11
7
60
22
9
11
15
25
14
30
13
_\\|w<_n_»_.~|~||u_.
2
3 33
13 30
21
7
13
3
uuurmw
30
4
2
2
16
2
3
10
3
54
4
10
9
14
5
6
7
_\ _\ _\;,, _\
oo:>oo:>ulo1<.->-~<»=<»—<.->
0115:.-1»-\wz><n-\
1
14
14
10
3
25
Chharzi (9/9)
Piukar (9/s)
Thola-Pyasu (9/6)
Yala Pyasu (9/5)
Cheling (9/4)
Gurnling (7/B)
Lapchang (9/3)
Prasprag (9/2)
Barbog (9/1)
Kardang (10/2)
Gwajang (10/1)
Topchi1ing(11/2)
Ship1ing(11/3)
Muling (11/5)
Bargul(11/4)
Dalang (12/1)
Thorang (12/2)
Phuktal (12/4)
Gondhla (12/3)
Tiling (12/5)
Khinang (12/7)
Purd (12/6)
Khangsar (12/8)
Sakar (12/9)
Shugu (12/10)
Jagle (12/11)
Kangcha (12/12)
Murlic|1a(12/13)
Raling (12/14)
Khorpani (12/15)
Shuiling (12/16)
Ropsang (13/1)
Khangsar (13/3)
Jungling (13/2)
Gopa Thang (13/4)
Shashin (13/5)
Jagdang (13/6)
Khawagling (13/7)
Retil (13/5)
Kalhal (13/11)
Labrang (13/9)
Shurlang (13/10)
Kewak (13/12)
Chhokar (13/13)
Jamyaiing (14/6)
Sarkhang (14/1)
Bogcha (14/3)
Rangcha (14/2)
Laling (14/7)
Kharchad Kogma (14/4)
Kharchud Yongma
(14/5)
Teling (1418)
Dimphuk (14/9)
Khoksar (14/10)
Yari-Khoksar (14/11)
012372
012373
012374
012375
012376
012377
012378
012379
012380
012381
012382
012383
012384
012385
012386
012387
012388
012389
012390
012391
012392
012393
012394
012395
012396
012397
012398
012399
012400
012401
012402
012403
012404
012405
012406
012407
012408
012409
012410
012411
012412
012413
012414
012415
012416
012417
012418
012419
012420
012421
012422
012423
012424
012425
012426

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK: LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDB|00k-
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of
Village in
hectares
Total population (including institutional
Number of and houseless Epuhtiou) Population iu the age-group 0-6
households Persons Males Females Persons Mala Females
l
2
3
4 5
6 7 8 9 10
0024
0024
0024
012427
012428
012429
012430
012431
012432
012433
012434
012435
012436
012437
012438
012439
012440
012441
012442
012443
012444
012445
012446
012447
012443
012449
012450
012451
012452
012453
012454
012455
012456
012457
012458
012459
012460
012461
012462
012463
012464
012465
012466
012467
012468
012469
012470
012471
012472
012473
012474
012475
012476
012477
012478
Spiti (Total)
Spill (Rural)
Spiti (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Sajam (1)
710,111.09
710,111.09
0.00
3,377.98
Dhar Chharp Samba (2) 3,164.01
Dhar Lagmi Chhumik (3) 4,618.33
Dhar Gompa (4)
Dhar Chhomo (5)
Dhar Takshan (6)
Dhar Lamaguru (7)
Dhar Urnnag (8)
Dhar Spill Sarchu (9)
Dhar Pangri (10)
Dhar Kabzima Gyapma
(11)
Dhar Dhakar (12)
Dhar Chhurmar (13)
Dhar Sar Marvo (14)
Dhar Kurp Ruveru (15)
5,022.88
3,509.71
4,265.46
4,993.50
1,567.04
3,061.80
4,623.19
3,081.09
2,505.34
3,645.97
2,533.37
6,820.99
Dhar Tho Chhungari (16) 10 O24 71
Dhar Richheso (17)
Dhar Pangvo (18)
Dhar Dagduk (19)
Dhar Malung Samdo
(20)
Dhar Lunger (21)
Dhar Nimademo (22)
Dhar Rilosar (23)
8,828.66
3,148.07
2,333.42
5,664.83
4,027.62
5,439.00
4,506.24
Dhar Dojam Gyapma
(24)
Dhar Dojam (25)
Dhar Nijorn (26)
Dhar Kabjima (27)
Dhar Tangne (28)
Dhar Sumdo (29) 2,735.30
Dhar \/ilung Nakpo (30) 1,567.66
Dhar Lungmochhe (31) 1,935.35
Dhar Tanve (32) 2,771.92
Dhar Makpachhe (33) 2,252.39
Dhar Pallamo (34) 1,202.40
Dhar Thachakarpo (35) 1,163.54
Dhar Sili Khud (36) 3,182.25
Dhar Nimaloksa (37) 6,694.26
Dhar Fagdansa (38) 2,876.39
Dhar Dindi (39) 1,140.65
Losar Khas (40/1) 359.95
Chichong (40/2) 491.93
Dhar Pang Kyarno (41) 4,115.91
Kyamo (42) 361.05
Dhar Latolhanmo (43) 6,404.39
Hansa (44) 251.37
Dhar Scksa (45) 8,316.75
Kaito (4s) 426.73
Dhar Tarnba Kurkur (47) 335.16
Dhar Paldar (48) 1,625.11
Dhar Pangmo (49) 2,576.25
Dhar Ghiundi (50) 33,124.32
Hull (51) 355.34
6,229.34
5,972.75
2,855.91
4,1 19.60
1,956.02
2,583 12,
2,583 12,
65
28
26
61
34
48
36
457 6.691 5,766 1,516 760 756
457 6,691 5,766 1,516 760 756
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—~—-~—-
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabiled—–—-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-—–Un-inhabiled-—-———–—
-~———–Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
—-—–——-—-—Un-inhabiled-—-—–——–—
————-Un-inhabiled—~—~–—
———-—–—–Un-inhabiled———–—
-~———–Un-in ha bited—~—-~–—
——~-~—-Un-inha bited—~—~–—
—–———-Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—~—~—-
——-————Un-inhabiled——-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
-~——~—-Un-in ha bited-»-~—~–—
——-——-—–Un-inhabiled—–—-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-—–Un-inhabiled-—-———–—
—–———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabiled—~—~–—
———–—–Un-inhabiled——-——-—
-~———~-Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-Un-inhabited——-~—-
—–————Un-inhabiled———–—
————-Un-in habiled—~—~—-
——-——-—-—Un-inhabiled———-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————-Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabiled—–—-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-—–Un-inhabiled-—-———–—
-~———–Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
—-—–——-—-—Un-inhabiled-—-—–——–—
————-Un-inhabiled—~—~–—
———-—–—–Un-inhabiled———–—
-~———–Un-in ha bited—~—-~–—
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——–——-—
320
144
————-Un-in habiled—~—~—-
1 27
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
209
————-Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
1 35
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-—–Un-inhabiled-—-———–—
-~———–Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
—-—–——-—-—Un-inhabiled-—-—–——–—
1 53
154 166 57
63 81 18 9 9
59 68 20 9
102 107 22
65 88 24
29 28
11
12 10
69 66 18 9 9
13 11

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
spin
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons Males Females
l 1 l2 13
Persons Males Females
14 1 5 1 6
Persons Males Females
l 7 1 8 l 9
Name of Village
2
536 301 235
536 301 235
41 20 21
10,544 5.247 5,297
10,544 5,247 5,297
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-inhabiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-iruhabited-~—~—»
—–—-—–——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—»
—-~-~——Un~i n habi!ed-~—~—~-
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—-»
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
——~——Un-inhabi!ed-~—~—~-
———-——-Un-inhabiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
—————Un-inhabited-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
——–——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
————-Un~i n habited—–~—-—
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
—–——-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-i n habiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
—–—-—–——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
———-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
31 7 1 52 1 65
144 63 81
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
1 27 59 68
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
202 95 1 O7
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-~-
1 27 62 65
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
1 U9 43 66
37
8,726 5,182 3,544
8,726 5,182 3,544
230 120 110
109 52 57
85 43 42
162 79 83
95 51 44
90 44 46
Spitl (Total)
Spiti (Rural)
Spili (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Sajam (1)
Dhar Chharp Samba (2)
Dhar Lagmi Chhumik (3)
Dhar Gornpa (4)
Dhar Chhomo (5)
Dhar Takshan (6)
Dhar Lamaguru (7)
Dhar Urnnag (B)
Dhar Spiti Sarchu (9)
Dhar Pangri (10)
Dhar Kabzima Gyapma
(11)
Dhar Dhakar (12)
Dhar Chhumjar (13)
Dhar Sar Marvo (14)
Dhar Kurp Ruveru (15)
Dhar Tho Chhungari (16)
Dhar Richheso (17)
Dhar Pangvo (18)
Dhar Dagduk (19)
Dhar Malung Sarndo
(29)
Dhar Lunger (21)
Dhar Nimademo (22)
Dhar Rilosar (23)
Dhar Dojam Gyapma
(Z4)
Dhar Dojam (25)
Dhar Nijom (26)
Dhar Kabjima (27)
Dhar Tangne (28)
Dhar Sumdo (29)
Dhar Vitung Nakpo (30)
Dhar Lungmochhe (31)
Dhar Tanve (32)
Dhar Makpachhe (33)
Dhar Pallarno (34)
Dhar Thachakarpo (35)
Dhar Siti Khud (as)
Dhar Nimaloksa (37)
Dhar Fagdansa (38)
Dhar Dindi (39)
Losar Khas (40/1)
Chichong (40/2)
Dhar Pang Kyarno (41)
Kyamo (42)
Dhar Lalolhanrno (43)
Hansa (44)
Dhar Soksa (45)
Kaim (46)
Dhar Tamba Kurkur (47)
Dhar Paldar (48)
Dhar Pangrno (49)
Dhar Ghiundi (50)
Hull (51)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number Name of Village Persons Males Females
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Persuns Males F ernalm
Persons Males Females
l
2 20 21
22 23 24 25
26 27 28
0024
0024
0024
012427
012428
012429
012430
012431
012432
012433
012434
012435
012436
012437
012438
012439
012440
012441
012442
012443
012444
012445
012446
012447
012443
012449
012450
012451
012452
012453
012454
012455
012456
012457
012458
012459
012460
012461
012462
012463
012464
012465
012466
012467
012468
012469
012470
012471
012472
012473
012474
012475
012476
012477
012478
Spiti (Total) 3,731 1,509
spin (Rural) 3,131 1,509
Spiti (Urban) – –
RURAL
Dhar Sajam (1)
Dhar Chharp Samba (2)
Dhar Lagmi Chhumik (3)
Dhar Gompa (4)
Dhar Chhomo (5)
Dhar Takshan (6)
Dhar Lamaguru (7)
Dhar Urnnag (8)
Dhar Spit) Sarchu (9)
Dhar Pangri (10)
Dhar Kabzima Gyapma
(11)
Dhar Dhakar (12)
Dhar Chhum)ar (13)
Dhar Sar Marvo (14)
Dhar Kurp Ruveru (15)
Dhar Tho Chhungari (16)
Dhar Richheso (17)
Dhar Pangvo (18)
Dhar Dagduk (19)
Dhar Malung Samdo
(20)
Dhar Lunger (21)
Dhar Nimademo (22)
Dhar Rilosar (23)
Dhar Dojam Gyapma
(24)
Dhar Dojam (25)
Dhar Nijorn (26)
Dhar Kabjima (27)
Dhar Tangne (28)
Dhar Sumdo (29)
Dhar \/ilung Nakpo (30)
Dhar Lungmuchhe (31)
Dhar Tanve (32)
Dhar Makpachhe (33)
Dhar Pallamo (34)
Dhar Thachakarpo (35)
Dhar Sili Khud (36)
Dhar Nimaluksa (37)
Dhar Fagdansa (38)
Dhar Dindi (39)
Losar Khas (40/1) 90 34
Chichung (40/2) 35 11
Dhar Pang Kyarno (41)
Kyamo (42) 42 16
Dhar Latothanmo (43)
Hansa (44) 47 23
Dhar Scksa (45)
Kaito (46) 40 18
Dhar Tarnba Kurkur (47)
Dhar Paldar (48)
Dhar Pangmo (49)
Dhar Ghiundi (50)
Hull (51) as 21
2,222 7,112
2,222 7,112
4,120 2,992
4,120 2,992
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed———~—-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
—~—~—Un-inha biled————-
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed————
————-U n-inhabited———-———
–~—~—Un-inha bi\ed————
–~—~-~-U n-inha biled—-~——–
–——-——-—U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–——-——-—U n-inhabiied————-—
——~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
–—–—-——-—U n-inhabited———-—-——
–~——-Un-inha bited—-~——–
–~-~-~—Un-inha biled————-
———-U n-inhabiled—–————–—
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~——–
———-—Un—inhabiled—–——-—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed———~—-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
—~—~—Un-inha biled————-
——–—-—Un-inhabiled——-—–—-——
56 1 67 80 87
24 86 39 47
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~——–
26 84 43 41
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
24 1 43 73 70
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed———~—-
22 80 44 36
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un-inhabiied——————
42 86 39 47
38
4,519 2,917 1,602
4,519 2,917 1,602
94 66 28
36 29 7
37 31 6
73 57 1 6
43 38 5
20 12 8

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
Industrial category of main workers
Household industry
Cultivators Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
2
1,284 587 697 112 58 54 11 8 3 3,112 2,264 848
1,284 587 697 112 58 54 11 8 3 3,112 2,264 848
26 20 6 1
12 11 1
22 21 1
18 18 »
18 17 1
2 1 1
—-———–U n—1nhablted—-——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
—-——-—-—-U n—lnhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhabited–——-—–—-—-
————-U rv-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
-—–———-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
–~———-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
—-———–U r\—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhabwled—~—-~—-~
—–~—–~U n-anhablted»-~—-~—~
————-U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
————U n-5nhabiled——–~—-~
———–—-U n-1 nhablted–——-——-—-
————U n-1 nhablled–~—~—-~
————-U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-——-——U n—lnhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhabited–——-—–—-—-
—————U n->nhab1ted–——-——-—-
~-~———-U r\-1nhabited—~—-~—-~
—-————U n-inhabited–——-——-
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
———-~-~U n-1 nhabvted»-~—-~—-~
———–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
————-U n-1nhabvled—~—-~—-~
-—-—–——-—-U n-1 nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—1nhablted—-——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
—-——-—-—-U n—lnhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhabited–——-—–—-—-
————-U rv-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
-—–———-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
–~———-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
—-———–U r\—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhabwled—~—-~—-~
-—–—-—–—-—-U n—1nhablted–——-—-—–—-
1 . . _
————-U n-1nhabvled—~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-1nhabited–——-—–—-—-
————-U rv-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
-—–——-—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—-——-—-
39
Spiti (Total)
Spiti (Rural)
Spiti (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Sajam (1)
Dhar Chharp Samba (2)
Dhar Lagml Chhumlk (3)
Dhar Gornpa (4)
Dhar Chhomo (5)
Dhar Takshan (6)
Dhar Lamaguru (7)
Dhar Umnag (8)
Dhar Spiti Sarchu (9)
Dl1arPangri (10)
Dhar Kabzima Gyapma
(11)
Dhar Dhakar (12)
Dhar Chhurnjar (13)
Dhar Sar Marvo (14)
Dhar Kurp Ruveru (15)
Dhar Tho Chhungari (16)
Dhar Richheso (17)
Dhar Pangvo (18)
Dhar Dagduk (19)
Dhar Malung Sarndo
(20)
Dhar Lunger (21)
Dhar Nimademo (22)
Dhar Rilosar (23)
Dhar D0121“ Gyapma
(24)
Dhar Do)am (25)
Dhar Nijom (26)
Dhar Kabjima (27)
Dhar Tangne (28)
Dhar Sumdo (29)
Dhar Vltung Nakpo (30)
Dhar Lungmochhe (31)
Dhar Tanve (32)
Dhar Makpachhe (33)
Dhar Pallarno (34)
Dhar Thachakarpo (35)
Dhar sm Khud <36)
Dhar Nimaloksa (37)
Dl1arFagdansa (38)
Dhar Dindi (39)
Losar Khas (40/1)
Chichong (40/2)
Dhar Pang Kyamo (41)
Kyamo (42)
Dhar Latothanrno (43)
Hansa (44)
Dhar Soksa (45)
Kaito (46)
Dhar Tamba Kurkur (47)
Dhar Paldar (48)
Dhar Pangmo (49)
Dhar Ghiundi (50)
Hull (51)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number Name of Village
Marginal wurkers
Industrial category
Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
l
2 41
42
43
44 45 46
47 48 49
0024
0024
0024
012427
012428
012429
012430
012431
012432
012433
012434
012435
012436
012437
012438
012439
012440
012441
012442
012443
012444
012445
012446
012447
012443
012449
012450
012451
012452
012453
012454
012455
012456
012457
012458
012459
012460
012461
012462
012463
012464
012465
012466
012467
012468
012469
012470
012471
012472
012473
012474
012475
012476
012477
012478
Spiti (Total) 2,593
spin (Rural) 2,593
Spiti (Urban) –
RURAL
Dhar Sajam (1)
Dhar Chharp Samba (2)
Dhar Lagmi Chhumik (3)
Dhar Gompa (4)
Dhar Chhomo (5)
Dhar Takshan (6)
Dhar Lamaguru (7)
Dhar Urnnag (8)
Dhar Spill Sarchu (9)
Dhar Pangri (10)
Dhar Kabzima Gyapma
(11)
Dhar Dhakar (12)
Dhar Chhum)ar (13)
Dhar Sar Marvo (14)
Dhar Kurp Ruveru (15)
Dhar Tho Chhungari (16)
Dhar Richheso (17)
Dhar Pangvo (18)
Dhar Dagduk (19)
Dhar Malung Samdo
(20)
Dhar Lunger (21)
Dhar Nimademo (22)
Dhar Rilosar (23)
Dhar Dojam Gyapma
(24)
Dhar Dojam (25)
Dhar Nijorn (26)
Dhar Kabjima (27)
Dhar Tangne (28)
Dhar Sumdo (29)
Dhar \/ilung Nakpo (30)
Dhar Lungmuchhe (31)
Dhar Tanve (32)
Dhar Makpachhe (33)
Dhar Pallamo (34)
Dhar Thachakarpo (35)
Dhar Sili Khud (36)
Dhar Nimaluksa (37)
Dhar Fagdansa (38)
Dhar Dindi (39)
Losar Khas (40/1) 73
Chichung (40/2) 50
Dhar Pang Kyarno (41)
Kyamo (42) 47
Dhar Latolhanmo (43)
Hansa (44) 70
Dhar Scksa (45)
Kailo (46) 37
Dhar Tarnba Kurkur (47)
Dhar Paldar (48)
Dhar Pangmo (49)
Dhar Ghiundi (50)
Hull (51) as
1,203
1,203
14
10
12
16
6
27
1,390
1,390
59
40
35
54
31
39
90
1 ,4-03 479 924
1 ,403 479 924
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——-~-~–—
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
——-—–—-—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
-~-~-~—~-Un-in habiled–~——~–—
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
——-——-—–Un-i n habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
———–—–Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
-~——-~-Un-inhabiled————»
———–Un-in habiled——————
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
—————Un-in habiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–————Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
68 1 0 58
48 8 40
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
45 1 1 34
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
65 1 3 52
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
36 6 30
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
52 1 9 33
285 155 130
285 155 130
1 – 1
9 4 5

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
of marginal Workers
Househuld industry workers Other workers Non-workers
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
Locatiun
code
number
50 S1 52 53 54 55 56
57 58
2
1
6 2 4 899 567 332
5. 345
6 2 4 899 567 332 5,345
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~———
——-—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
————–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—-
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
-~—–~—-Un-inhabited-~–~—-~–—
———-—–Un-inhabiled————-—
————Un-inha bited—-~—-~–—
——-——–Un-in habited———-——-—
———–Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~——-—
——-——-—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
–————-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—
————-—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
——~-~—-Un-inhabiled—-~—-~–—
–—–—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
–——-——–Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~———
——-—-—–—–Un-inhabiled———-——-—
————Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
————–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—-
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabited—————-—
5 4 1 1 53
2 2 – 58
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
1 1 – 43
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
5 3 2 66
————-Un-in ha biled—-~———
1 ~ 1 55
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
——-———–Un-inhabited——-——-——-—
5 4 1 67
91
2,571 2,774
2,571 2,774
74 79
24 34
16 27
29 37
25 30
26 41
Spiti (Total)
Spiti (Rural)
Spili (Urban)
RURAL
Dhar Sajam (1)
Dhar Chharp Samba (2)
Dhar Lagml Chhumik (3)
Dhar Gompa (4)
Dhar Chhomo (5)
Dhar Takshan (6)
Dhar Lamaguru (7)
Dhar Urnnag (8)
Dhar Spifi Sarchu (9)
DharPangr1 (10)
Dhar Kabzima Gyapma
(11)
Dhar Dhakar (12)
Dhar Chhumjar (13)
Dhar Sar Marvo (14)
Dhar Kurp Ruveru (15)
Dhar Tho Chhungari (16)
Dhar Richheso (17)
Dhar Pangvo (18)
Dhar Dagduk (19)
Dhar Malung Samdo
(29)
Dhar Lunger (21)
Dhar Nlmademo (22)
Dhar Rilosar (23)
Dhar Dojam Gyapma
(Z4)
Dhar Dojam (25)
Dhar Nrjom (26)
Dhar Kabjima (27)
Dhar Tangne (28)
Dhar Sumdo (29)
Dhar Vitung Nakpo (30)
Dhar Lungmochhe (31)
Dhar Tanve (32)
Dhar Makpachhe (33)
Dhar Pallamo (34)
Dhar Thachakarpo (35)
Dhar Siti Khud (as)
DharN1maloksa (37)
Dhar Fagdansa (38)
Dhar Dindi (39)
Losar Khas (40/1)
Chichong (40/2)
Dhar Pang Kyarno (41)
Kyamo (42)
Dhar Lalothanrno (43)
Hansa (44)
Dhar Soksa (45)
Kaiio (46)
Dhar Tamba Kurkur (47)
Dhar F’aldar (48)
Dhar Pangrno (49)
Dhar Ghiundi (50)
Hull (51)
0024
0024
0024
012427
012428
012429
012430
012431
012432
012433
012434
012435
012436
012437
012438
012439
012440
012441
012442
012443
012444
012445
012446
012447
012448
012449
012450
012451
012452
012453
012454
012455
012456
012457
012458
012459
012460
012461
012462
012463
012464
012465
012466
012467
012468
012469
012470
012471
012472
012473
012474
012475
012476
012477
012478

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK: LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDB|00k-
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of
Village in
hectares
Total population (including institutional
Number of and houseless Epuhtiou) Population iu the age-group 0-6
households Persons Males Females Persons Mala Females
l
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
012479
012480
012481
012482
012483
012484
012485
012486
012487
012488
012489
012490
012491
012492
012493
012494
012495
012496
012497
012498
012499
012500
012501
012502
012503
012504
012505
012506
012507
012508
012509
012510
012511
012512
012513
012514
012515
012516
012517
012518
012519
012520
012521
012522
012523
012524
012525
012526
012527
012528
012529
012530
012531
012532
012533
Pangmo Khas (52/1)
Jugrnolhang (52/2)
Chigjar (52/3)
Dhar Laterse (53)
Dhar Panya (54)
Dhar Farah (55)
Chicham Khas (56/1)
Ladarcha (56/2)
Dumley (57)
Dhar Chicharn (58)
Dhar Hal (59)
Dhar Yakya (60)
Kibber Khas (61/1)
Pinjoor (61/2)
Kee (62/1)
Getiey (62/2)
Tashi Gang (63)
Thinarn (64)
Dhar Lama Chung
Chung (65)
Langja (66)
Dhar Chhon Chhon
Kanghilda (67)
Hikam (ea)
Komvk (69)
Kaza Khas (70/1)
Kaza Soma (70/2)
Kagii <70/3)
Lara Khas (71/1)
Shego <71/2)
Lidang (72)
Dhar Lung Wooh (73)
Keuling (74)
Dhar Keuling (75)
Kuang Khas (76/1)
Neked (vs/2)
Marango Rangarik (77/1)
Yarango Rangarik (77/2)
Khurik (78)
Sumling (79)
Morang (80)
Dhar Turnserisha Doksa
(51)
Dhar Surnling (82)
Dhar Lamanduba (83)
Dhar Ratang (84)
Dhar Dangdagma (85)
Dhar Pindo (86)
Dhar Ula (87)
Dhar Jong (88)
Chhidang (89)
Shilling (90)
Guling (91)
Barpa (92)
Dhar Chaling (93)
Dhar Chhau (94)
Kong Kong (95)
Uperla Guling (96)
290.44
445.88
299.27
823.16
4,152.73
1,245.23
238.37
389.94
233.56
1,684.50
361.04
608.80
465.18
168.43
492.72
100.99
69.51
220.68
649.20
421.80
9,450.97
104.33
129.00
223.56
135.10
8.66
221.22
350.45
359.75
6,889.26
195.20
2,416.31
173.40
161 .43
477.50
423.50
274.30
513.16
373.21
762.73
1,054.22
610.41
23,979.00
3,105.89
1,433.38
8,387.67
2,244.19
106.48
103.32
64.98
122.30
1,037.49
1,132.95
1 14.19
54.26
28
85
77
15
69
8
6
32
39
15
207
253
1
13
17
21
21
7
120
32
41
16
11
3
9
28
32
2
11
1 38 49 89 1 6
————-Un-in habited—~—~—-
——-——-—-—Un-inhabiied———-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabiied———-——-—
————-Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
358 1 69 1 89 48
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-—–Un-inhabiled-—-———–—
-~———–Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
—-—–——-—-—Un-inhabited-—-—–——–—
————-Un-inhabiied—~—~–—
366 1 87 1 79 36
47 30 1 7 5
367 21 7 1 50 34
26 1 1 1 5 3
40 23 1 7 3
————-Un-in habited—~—~—-
——–~—-Un-inhabited-»-~—-~–—
1 58 82 76 25
—–———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
1 95 1 04 91 34
1 30 90 40 1 O
667 352 31 5 77
1 ,027 569 458 97
5 4 1 –
65 32 33 14
91 34 57 1 3
1 00 48 52 1 1
-~———–Un-in habited—~—-~–—
98 49 49 1 2
————-Un-in habited—~—~—-
27 1 5 1 Z 2
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
781 386 395 1 62
1 68 77
1 59 75
79 29
81 1 7 64 7
————-Un-in habited———-——-—
91 32
84 21
50 11
-~———~-Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—-—Un-in habited———–—
————Un-inhabited—~———
—–———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inha bited—~—~—-
——-————Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
14 6 8 1
42 1 8 24 9
1 39 81 58 1 1
1 77 93 84 25
——-——-—–Un-in habiled-—————
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~—-
1 3 5 8 2
64 30 34 1 1
92
9
20
23
2
10
1
1
11
18
7
41
52
7
5
4
3
2
78
16
10
6
6
$86:-\
1
6
7
28
13
3
24
2
2
14
16
3
36
45
7
8
7
9
84
16
11
5
1
6
7
12
1
5

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
spin
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons Males Females
Parsons Males Females
Persons
Males Females
Name of Village
ll l2 13
14 15 16
l7
18 l9
2
28 13 15
25 12 13
12 5 7
35 16 19
58 33 25
3 2 1
60 28 32
28 14 14
21 10 11
16 5 11
10 5 5
1 1 –
9 8 1
1 08 35 73
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
—–——-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-~-
331 1 56 1 75
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—-»
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
366 1 87 1 79
47 30 1 7
367 21 7 1 5O
26 1 1 1 5
40 23 1 7
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
——~—-~-Un-inhabi!ed-~—-~—~-
144 75 69
—————Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
1 94 1 04 90
1 30 90 40
450 21 3 237
B65 450 41 5
5 4 1
63 31 32
90 33 57
97 46 51
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
96 47 49
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
27 1 5 1 2
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
684 342 342
140 63 77
137 64 73
62 23 39
68 10 58
—————Un-inhabited-——-——-—–
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
—–——-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
————-Un-i n habited-~———
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—-»
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
14 6 8
42 1 8 24
1 30 73 57
1 65 83 82
———-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~——
1 3 5 8
62 28 34
93
94
210
240
29
264
1 3
28
103
123
102
493
804
4
38
64
61
77
22
518
1 06
1 05
54
66
8
28
93
109
8
42
32
116
136
22
191
7
19
58
68
73
280
460
4
23
21
35
44
12
278
52
57
23
10
4
14
62
62
4
22
82
94
104
7
73
6
9
45
55
29
213
344
15
43
26
33
10
240
54
48
31
56
4
14
31
47
4
20
Pangmu Khas (52/1)
Jugrnothang (52/2)
Chigjar (52/3)
Dhar Lalerse (53)
Dhar Panya (54)
Dhar Farah (55)
Chicham Khas (56/1)
Ladarcha (56/2)
Dumley (57)
Dhar Chicharn (58)
Dhar Hal (59)
Dhar Vakya (60)
Kibber Khas (61/1)
Pinjoor (61/2)
Kee (62/1)
Getley (62/2)
Tashi Gang (63)
Thinam (64)
Dhar Lama Chung
Chung (65)
Langja (66)
Dhar Chhon Chhon
Kanghilda (61)
Hikam (as)
Komik (69)
Kaza Khas (70/1)
Kaza Soma (70/2)
Kagti (70/3)
Lara Khas (71/1)
Shego (71/2)
Lidang (72)
Dhar Lung Wooh (73)
Keulmg (74)
Dhar Keuling (75)
Kuang Khas (76/1)
Neked (76/2)
Marango Rangarik (77/1)
Varango Rangarik (77/2)
Khurik (75)
Sumllng (79)
Morang (80)
Dhar Tumserisha Doksa
(51)
Dhar Sumling (82)
Dhar Lamanduba (83)
Dhar Ratang (84)
Dhar Dangdagma (85)
Dhar Pindo (86)
Dhar Ula (87)
Dhar Jong (88)
Chhidang (89)
Shilling (so)
Gullng (91)
Barpa (92)
Dhar Chaling (93)
Dhar Chhau (94)
Kong Kong (95)
Uperla Guling (96)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Name of Village Persons
Males
Females
Persuns Males F 81113195
Persons
Males Females
l
2 20
21
22
23 24 25
26
27 28
012479
012480
012481
012482
012483
012484
012485
012486
012487
012488
012489
012490
012491
012492
012493
012494
012495
012496
012497
012498
012499
012500
012501
012502
012503
012504
012505
012506
012507
012508
012509
012510
012511
012512
012513
012514
012515
012516
012517
012518
012519
012520
012521
012522
012523
012524
012525
012526
012527
012528
012529
012530
012531
012532
012533
Pangmo Khas (52/1) 44
Jugrnolhang (52/2)
Chigjar (52/3)
Dhar Laterse (53)
Dhar Panya (54)
Dhar Farah (55)
Chicham Khas (56/1) 148
Ladarcha (56/2)
Dumley (57)
Dhar Chicharn (58)
Dhar Hal (59)
Dhar Yakya (60)
Kibber Khas (61/1) 126
Pinjoor (61/2) 18
Kee (62/1) 103
Getiey (62/2) 13
Tasha Gang (63) 12
Thinarn (64)
Dhar Lama Chung
Chung (65)
Langja (66) 55
Dhar Chhon Chhon
Kanghilda (67)
Hikam (ea) 12
Komvk (69) 28
Kaza Khas (70/1) 174
Kaza Soma (70/2) 223
Kagli (70/3) 1
Lara Khas (71/1) 27
Shego (71/2) 21
Lidang (72) 39
Dhar Lung Wooh (73)
Keuling (74) 21
Dhar Keuling (75)
Kuang Khas (76/1) 5
Neked (vs/2)
Marango Rangarik (77/1) 263
Yarango Rangarik (77/2) 62
Khurik (78) 54
Sumling (79) 25
Morang (80) 15
Dhar Turnserisha Doksa
(51)
Dhar Surnling (82)
Dhar Lamanduba (83)
Dhar Ratang (84)
Dhar Dangdagma (85)
Dhar Pindo (86)
Dhar Ula (87)
Dhar Jong (88)
Chhidang (89) 6
Shilling (90) 14
Guling (91) 46
Barpa (92) 68
Dhar Chaling (93)
Dhar Chhau (94)
Kong Kong (95) 5
Uperla Guling (96) 22
17
53
51
8
26
4
4
24
36
17
72
109
9
13
13
5
3
108
25
18
6
7
2
4
19
31
1
8
27
95
75
10
77
9
8
31
36
11
102
114
1
18
14
26
16
2
155
37
36
19
8
4
10
27
37
4
14
94
1 01 33 68
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~——–
———-—Un—inhabiled—–——-—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed———~—-
21 3 1 1 1 1 02
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
1 97 94 1 03
21 14 7
1 76 1 1 5 61
1 4 7 7
22 1 1 1 1
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~——–
—~—-~-~-U n-inha bited-~—-~——
96 51 45
———-—Un—inhabiled——-——-—–—
1 1 1 67 44
1 02 77 25
41 7 241 1 76
544 352 1 92
3 2 1
40 1 9 21
34 14 20
41 20 21
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
49 25 24
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~——–
1 0 5 5
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
208 100 108
76 32 44
90 38 52
37 15 22
15 6 9
–——-——-—Un-inhabiled———-——
–~——-Un-inha bited—-~——–
———–U n-inhabited——————
—~—~—Un-inha bi\ed————-
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
–~—~—U n-inha bi\ed————
————-U n-inhabited———-———
–~—~—Un-inha bi\ed————
1 1 5 6
28 14 1 4
97 57 40
1 07 59 48
——–—-—Un-inhabiled—–—-—–——-—
–~—~—Un-inha bi\ed—-~——–
9 4 5
36 1 8 1 8
6
37
174
13
89
7
14
68
85
37
347
388
2
32
21
31
36
9
137
39
33
1 9
9
1
8
29
17
8
25
5
27
76
6
45
4
7
33
49
17
208
246
1
17
8
14
21
4
84
21
22
11
5
1
6
25
15
4
12
1
10
98
7
44
3
7
35
36
20
139
142
1
15
13
17
15
5
53
18
11
8
4
2
4
2
4
13

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spili
Industrial category of main workers
Cultivators
Household industry
Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
29 30 31
32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
2
7 4
144
8
55
3
13
61
62
31
31
9
1
17
2
1
12
Nwmw
3
5
5
6
16
51
3
19
1
7
29
37
13
14
3
7
1
3
1
2
4
4
2
8
3
93
5
36
2
6
32
25
18
17
6
1
10
2
9
Awww
1
1
1
4
8
– – – » – – e
————-U r1-1’nhabvled—~—-~—-~
-—-—–——-—-U r1-1 nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U r1-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—lnhablted—-—–—-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled——–~—-~
– – – – – – so
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-inhabited–——-—–—-~
————-U r1-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
-—–——-—-—-U n-inhabited–——-—-——~
–~———-U n-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
– – 30
– – 4
– – 26
– – 4
– – 1
————-U r1-1’nhabvled—~—-~—-~
1 1 – –
8 5 3 –
–~–~-~—-~U n-1nhabcted—~—-~—-~
2 1 1 – – – 5
———–U n-1 nhabited–——-——-—-
4 – — – 1 5
1 – – – 4
2 2 — 31 4
Z 2 – – – – 377
– – – – – – 1
– – – – – – 15
– – – – – – 21
– – – – – – 29
————-U n-1nhab1\ed–~—-~—-~
– – – » – – as
————-U r1-1’nhabvled—~—-~—-~
– – – – – – 9
————-U r1-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
8 4
2 1
– – – – – – 125
– – – as
– – – 31
– – – 15
– – – 7
1 – 1
1 – 1
—————U n-lnhablted–——-——-—-
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
—-——-—–U n-1nhablted–——-——-—-
———~–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—————U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
————U r1-inhabiled——–~—-~
———–—-U r1-1 nhablted–——-——-—-
———–U n-1 nhablled–~—~—-~
– – – – – – 1
– – – – – – 5
3 2 1 – – – 21
4 4 – – — — 8
—-—-—–—-—-U r1-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
————U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
1 1 – – – – 1
2 1 1 – — – 7
95
23
25
21
192
241
1
7
5
2
5
1
1
2
7
1
122
136
5
13
15
15
5
44
14
9
4
3
1
2
1
4
Pangmo Khas (52/1)
Jugrnolhang (52/2)
Chigjar (52/3)
Dhar Laterse (53)
Dhar Panya (54)
Dhar Farah (55)
Chicham Khas (56/1)
Ladarcha (56/2)
Dumley (57)
Dhar Chccham (58)
Dhar Hal (59)
Dhar Yakya (60)
Kibber Khas (61/1)
Pinjoor (61/2)
Kee (62/1)
Getley (62/2)
Tashi Gang (63)
Thmarn (64)
Dhar Lama Chung
Chung (85)
Langja (66)
Dhar Chhon Chhon
Kanghilda (67)
Hlkam (68)
Komik (69)
Kaza Khas (70/1)
Kaza Soma (70/2)
Kagti (70/3)
Lara Khas (71/1)
Shego (71/2)
Lidang (72)
Dhar Lung Wooh (73)
Keuling (74)
Dhar Keuling (75)
Kuang Khas (76/1)
Naked (76/2)
Marango Rangarik (77/1)
Yarango Rangarik (77/2)
Khurik (78)
Surnling (79)
Morang (80)
Dhar Tumserisha Doksa
(51)
Dhar Sumling (82)
Dhar Lamanduba (83)
Dhar Ralang (84)
Dhar Dangdagma (85)
Dhar Pindo (86)
Dhal Ula (87)
Dhar Jong (88)
Chhidang (89)
Shilling (90)
Guling (91)
Barpa (92)
Dhar Chaling (93)
Dhar Chhau (94)
Kong Kong (95)
Uperla Guling (96)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
M
arginal wurkers
Industrial category
Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Persons
Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
l
2
41
42 43
44 45 46
47 48 49
012479
012480
012481
012482
012483
012484
012485
012486
012487
012488
012489
012490
012491
012492
012493
012494
012495
012496
012497
012498
012499
012500
012501
012502
012503
012504
012505
012506
012507
012508
012509
012510
012511
012512
012513
012514
012515
012516
012517
012518
012519
012520
012521
012522
012523
012524
012525
012526
012527
012528
012529
012530
012531
012532
012533
Pangmo Khas (52/1)
Jugrnolhang (52/2)
Chigjar (52/3)
Dhar Laterse (53)
Dhar Panya (54)
Dhar Farah (55)
Chicham Khas (56/1)
Ladarcha (56/2)
Dumley (57)
Dhar Chicharn (58)
Dhar Hal (59)
Dhar Yakya (60)
Kibber Khas (61/1)
Pinjoor (61/2)
Kee (62/1)
Getiey (62/2)
Tasha Gang (63)
Thinarn (64)
Dhar Lama Chung
Chung (65)
Langja (66)
Dhar Chhon Chhon
Kanghilda (67)
Hikam (ea)
Komvk (69)
Kaza Khas (70/1)
Kaza Soma (70/2)
Kagli (70/3)
Lara Khas (71/1)
Shego (71/2)
Lidang (72)
Dhar Lung Wooh (73)
Keuling (74)
Dhar Keuling (75)
Kuang Khas (76/1)
Neked (vs/2)
Marango Rangarik (77/1)
Yarango Rangarik (77/2)
Khurik (78)
Sumling (79)
Morang (80)
Dhar Turnserisha Doksa
(51)
Dhar Surnling (82)
Dhar Lamanduba (83)
Dhar Ratang (84)
Dhar Dangdagma (85)
Dhar Pindo (86)
Dhar Ula (87)
Dhar Jong (88)
Chhidang (89)
Shilling (90)
Guling (91)
Barpa (92)
Dhar Chaling (93)
Dhar Chhau (94)
Kong Kong (95)
Uperla Guling (96)
95
1 76
23
8
87
7
8
28
26
65
70
156
1
8
13
10
13
1
71
37
57
18
6
10
20
68
90
1
11
28
84
18
8
70
3
4
18
1 8
60
33
1 06
1
Z
ova
4
1
16
11
16
4
1
4
8
32
44
6
67
92
41
46
56 20 36
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
—————Un-in habiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-in habited-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabited————–
1 43 59 84
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habited-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
8 4 4
5 5 –
1 9
5 4
aw
l\I—~\|
4> Q
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
-~-~-~—-~-Un-inhabiled———~–»
2 1 1
————-Un-i n habited—————-
2 1 1
1 – 1
24
9
1 _
$00
cam-woo
mm (:13
7 5 2
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———»
1 0 2 8
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
1 1 –
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
47 8 39
31
42
12
5 4
——-——-—–Un-i n habited————–
-wmm
mm
u:J>:»=
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-i n habited-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—–Un-in habited———–~-
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
——-—–—-—–Un-inhabited-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
6 2 4
1 1 3 8
48 1 7 31
64 25 39
—–———-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~————
1 – 1
9 6 3
4 2 2
15 14 1
3 3 –
7 4 3
23 14 9
16
7
7
29
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2 1 1
13 3 10
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2 _
7
12 9
17 12
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PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
of marginal Workers
Househuld industry workers
Other workers
Non-workers
Pelsons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Pels0ns Males Fem
ales
Name of Village
Locatiun
code
number
50 S1 52
53 54 55
56 57 58
2
1
39 8 31
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
–——-——–Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~———
29 23 6
————Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabiled——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in ha bited—-~—-~—-
————–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-in)1abi\ed—-~—-~—-
61 59 2
2 2 –
2 2 –
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—~—-~—-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
3 3 –
–——-——-—Un-inhabiied———-——-—
8 8 –
57 56 1
39 22 1 7
1 1 8 91 27
1 – 1
3 1 2
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
1 1 –
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
1 1 5 6
3 2 1
7 5 2
1 – 1
–————-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
——-——–Un-inhabited———-——-—
———–Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
———-—–Un-inhabiled————-—
————Un-inha bited—-~—-~–—
——-——–Un-in habited———-——-—
———–Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
2 .
2 .
uaoomvu
~10)
mm
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-in habited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
2 – 2
97
37 16
145 58
169
26
191 102
12 4
18 12
93
16
62 31
84
28
250
483 217
2 2
25 13
57 20
59 28
37
13
111
49 24
17 10
573 286
92
69
42
66
45
37
14
11
3 1
14 4
42 24
70 34
4 1
28 12
21
87
76
10
89
8
6
31
47
15
139
266
12
37
31
25
7
287
47
32
28
55
2
10
18
36
3
16
Pangmu Khas (52/1)
Jugmolhang (52/2)
Chigjar (52/3)
Dhar Lalerse (53)
Dhar Panya (54)
Dhar Farah (55)
Chieham Khas (56/1)
Ladarcha (56/2)
Dumley (57)
Dhar Chicham (58)
Dhar Hal (59)
Dhar Yakya (60)
Kibber Khas (61/1)
Pinjoor (61/2)
Kee (62/1)
Getley (62/2)
Tashi Gang (63)
Thinarn (64)
Dhar Lama Chung
Chung (65)
Langja (66)
Dhar Chhon Chhon
Kanghilda (67)
Hikam (es)
Komik (69)
Kaza Khas (70/1)
Kaza Soma (70/2)
Kagti (70/3)
Lara Khas (71/1)
Shego (71/2)
Lidang (72)
Dhar Lung Wooh (73)
Keuling (74)
Dhar Keuling (75)
Kuang Khas (76/1)
Naked (76/2)
Marango Rangarik (77/1)
Yarango Rangarik (77/2)
Khurlk (75)
Sumling (79)
Morang (80)
Dhar Tumsensha Doksa
(81)
Dhar Sumling (82)
Dhar Lamanduba (83)
Dhar Ratang (84)
Dhar Dangdagma (85)
Dhar Pindo (86)
Dhar um (87)
Dhar Jong (88)
Chhidang (89)
Shilling (90)
Guling (91)
Barpa (92)
Dhar Chaling (93)
Dhar Chhau (94)
Kong Kong (95)
Uperla Guling (96)
012479
012480
012481
012482
012483
012484
012485
012486
012487
012488
012489
012490
012491
012492
012493
012494
012495
012496
012497
012498
012499
012500
012501
012502
012503
012504
012505
012506
012507
012508
012509
012510
012511
012512
012513
012514
012515
012516
012517
012518
012519
012520
012521
012522
012523
012524
012525
012526
012527
012528
012529
012530
012531
012532
012533

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK: LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
CDB|00k
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of
Village in
hectares
Number of
households
Total population (including institutional
and houseless Epuhtiou) Population iu the age-group 0-6
Persons
Males
Females Persons Mala Females
l
2
3
4
5
6 7 8 9 10
012534
012535
012536
012537
012538
012539
012540
012541
012542
012543
012544
012545
012546
012547
012548
012549
012550
012551
012552
012553
012554
012555
012556
012557
012558
012559
012560
012561
012562
012563
012564
012565
012566
012567
012568
012569
012570
012571
012572
012573
012574
012575
012576
012577
012578
012579
012580
012581
012582
012583
012584
012585
012586
012587
012588
012589
012590
012591
Kungri (97)
Mikam (ea)
Phukchung (99)
Ka (100)
Minsar (101)
Polole (102)
Dhar Kidul (103)
Dhar Gechang (104)
Rajgaon (105)
Sagnarn (106/1)
Takshan (106/2)
Shakian (106/3)
Thango (106/4)
Dhar Tisang (107)
Dhar Rajgaon (108)
Dhar Changiung (109)
Dhar Togsemganwa
(110)
Dhar Thango (111)
Dhar Khamengar (112)
Dhar Devsa (113)
Dhar Noor (114)
Dhar Kilung (115)
Dhar Lakhang (116)
Dhar Thagpat (117)
Dhar Sonpa! (118)
Dhar Chho Chho Dain
(119)
Dhar Chhorak (120)
Dhar Tegvaldar (121)
Dhar Mahavahiar (122)
Dhar Jikvaldar (123)
Dhar Larang (124)
Dhar Tarpak (125)
Shan (126)
Dhar Sarval (127)
Mud (128/1)
Pharka (128/2)
Kilmoov (128/3)
Dhar Pilsur (129)
Teling (130/1)
Pilsur (130/2)
Chamling (131)
Haronaro (132)
Dhar Mallam (133)
Dhar Jamaro (134)
Dhar Sechin (135)
Dhar Tuwvand (136)
Dhar Sinsa (137)
Dharyansa (138)
Phika (139)
Dhar Charasa (140)
Todnam (141)
Khar (142)
Dhar Magling (143)
Dhar Lalung (144)
Dul (145)
Tangii Kogma (146/1)
Tangti Yogma (146/2)
Dhar Phua (147)
178.26
28.31
151 .56
174.03
104.13
48.85
7,197.58
1,393.97
1 10.34
126.16
144.00
119.65
44.62
3,453.22
556.09
1,241.50
2,294.70
8,888.59
9,840.42
7,174.28
8,648.97
4,728.39
3,982.88
6,597.86
3,307.56
2,157.31
5,152.49
4,578.54
4,305.07
2,968.36
2,157.46
2,097.35
193.06
1,610.64
77.55
86.20
81 .38
2,1 13.84
143.48
1 18.35
37.19
29.32
1,869.12
1,282.41
2,221.36
4,093.36
3,1 18.61
60.56
16.48
1,985.14
65.06
361.48
740.30
1,266.96
200.00
307.17
148.00
2,157.98
4:-
wulm~|-\
84
256
24
20
29
9
432
45 213
41 184
5 15
11
31
21
20
58
121
1 00
93
98
1 41 1 1 5 24
1 3 1 1
9 1 1
1 3 1 6
4 5
————-Un-inhabited—~———
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
——-——-—–Un-in habiled-—————
21 1 221 56
——-——-—–Un-in habited—–——–—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
———–—–Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———~-Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—-—Un-in habited———–—
————Un-inhabited—~———
ma:-sw
-~———–Un-in ha bited——-~—-
——-——-—-—Un-inhabiied———-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabiied———-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—~—-~—-
——-——-—–Un-inhabited—–—-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
————-—–Un-inhabiled-—-———–—
-~———–Un-inha bited—~—-~—-
—–~——Un-in habited—~—~–—
———–—–Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———~-Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—-—Un-in habited———–—
————Un-inhabited—~———
—–———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inha bited—~—~—-
——-————Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
1 00 1 1 3 29
————-Un-inhabited—~———
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
88 96 28
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~—-
2 1 3 4
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
———–—–Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———~-Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—-—–——-—-—Un-in habited———–—
————Un-inhabited—~———
—–———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inha bited—~—~—-
——-————Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
27 31 9
62 59 1 5
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
——-——-—–Un-in habiled-—————
46 54 1 7
45 48 1 4
-~———–Un-inhabiied—~—~–—
_.,,,_\,\,II
28
13 16
15 13
6
9
10
5
13
1
6
1
28
4
3
6
7
9

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
spin
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons
Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons
Males Females
Name of Village
ll l2 13
14 15 16
l7
18 l9
2
19 3 11
3 2 1
7 2 5
4 3 1
5 3 2
13 4 9
231 1 27 1 O4
24 1 3 1 1
1 7 7 1 O
29 1 3 1 6
9 4 5
————-Un-i n habited-~———–
———-——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
—-~——–Un~i n habited-~—~—»
———-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
420 206 21 4
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
——–——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
—–——-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
————-Un-i n habited-~———
————-Un-inhabiled—–~—-»
—–——-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
—–——-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
———-——-Un-inhabiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
———-—-—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-inhabited-~—-~—-~-
—-~——–Un~in habi!ed-~—~—~-
——–——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
—–——-——-Un-inhabited-———–—–
————-Un-inhabited-~———
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—-»
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
186
15
11
16
3
282
120 66
10 5
5 6
10 6
2 1
159 123
205 95 110 142 81 61
————-Un-inhabited-~———–
———-——-Un-inhabited-——-——-—–
—-~——–Un~i n habited-~—~—»
176 82 94 121 66 55
————-Un~i n habited-~—~——
15 2 13 9 2 7
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
——–——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
———~—Un~i n habited-~—~—–
—–——-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
————-Un-i n habited-~———
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—-»
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
57 27 30
121 62 59
———-——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
—-~——–Un~i n habited-~—~—»
———-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
86 41 45
92 45 47
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
99
27
72
62
61
15 12
44 28
31 31
37 24
Kungri (97)
Mikam (98)
Phukchung (99)
Ka (100)
Minsar (101)
Polole (102)
Dhar Kidul (103)
Dhar Gechang (104)
Rajgaon (105)
Sagnarn (106/1)
Takshan (106/2)
Shaktan (106/3)
Thango (106/4)
DharT1sang (107)
Dhar Rajgaon (108)
Dhar Changlung (109)
Dhar Togseluganwa
(110)
Dhar Thango (111)
Dhar Kharnengar (112)
Dhar Devsa (113)
Dhar Noor (114)
Dhar Kilung (115)
DharLakhar1g (116)
Dhar Thagpat (117)
DharS0r1pal(11B)
Dhar Chho Chho Dain
(119)
Dhar Chhorak (120)
Dhar Tegvaldar (121)
Dhar Mahavaldar (122)
Dhar Jikvaldar (123)
Dhar Larang (124)
Dhar Tarpak (125)
Shan (126)
Dhar Sarval (127)
Mud (125/1)
Pharka (128/2)
Kilmoor (128/3)
Dhar Pilsur (129)
Teling (130/1)
Pilsur (130/2)
Chamlrng (131)
Haronaro (132)
Dhar Mallam (133)
Dhar Jamaro (134)
Dhar Sechin (135)
DharTurv1/and (136)
Dhar Sinsa (137)
Dharyansa (138)
Phika (139)
Dhar Charasa (140)
Todnam (141)
Khar (142)
Dhar Magling (143)
Dhar Lalung (144)
Dul (145)
Tangti Kogma (146/1)
Tangti Yogma (146/2)
Dhar Phua (147)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL 81 SPITI
VIL
LAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
l
Name of Village
2
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Persons
20
Males
21
Females
22
Persuns Males F ernalm
Z3 24 25
Persons
26
Males Females
27 28
012534
012535
012536
012537
012538
012539
012540
012541
012542
012543
012544
012545
012546
012547
012548
012549
012550
012551
012552
012553
012554
012555
012556
012557
012558
012559
012560
012561
012562
012563
012564
012565
012566
012567
012568
012569
012570
012571
012572
012573
012574
012575
012576
012577
012578
012579
012580
012581
012582
012583
012584
012585
012586
012587
012588
012589
012590
012591
Kungri (97)
Mikam (ea)
Phukchung (99)
Ka (100)
Minsar (101)
Polole (102)
Dhar Kidul (103)
Dhar Gechang (104)
Rajgaon (105)
Sagnarn (106/1)
Takshan (106/2)
Shaklan (106/3)
Thango (106/4)
Dhar Tisang (107)
Dhar Rajgaon (108)
Dhar Changiung (109)
Dhar Togsemganwa
(110)
Dhar Thango (111)
Dhar Khamengar (112)
Dhar Devsa (113)
Dhar Noor (114)
Dhar Kilung (115)
Dhar Lakhang (116)
Dhar Thagpat (117)
Dhar Sonpa! (118)
Dhar Chho Chho Dain
(119)
Dhar Chhorak (120)
Dhar Tegvaldar (121)
Dhar Mahavaldar (122)
Dhar Jikvaldar (123)
Dhar Larang (124)
Dhar Tarpak (125)
Shan (126)
Dhar Sarval (127)
Mud (128/1)
Pharka (128/2)
Kilmoov (128/3)
Dhar Pilsur (129)
Teling (130/1)
Pilsur (130/2)
Chamling (131)
Haronaro (132)
Dhar Mallam (133)
Dhar Jamaro (134)
Dhar Sechin (135)
Dhar Tuwvand (136)
Dhar Sinsa (137)
Dharyansa (138)
Phika (139)
Dhar Charasa (140)
Todnam (141)
Khar (142)
Dhar Magling (143)
Dhar Lalung (144)
Dul (145)
Tangli Kogma (146/1)
Tangti Yogma (146/2)
Dhar Phua (147)
70
9
9
13
6
150
71 19 52
N
mw>;,>_(
52
49
6
5
10
4
98
63 22 41
6
31
49
38
32
12
18
15
8
6
19
31
23
24
100
1 56 75 81
21 1 1 1 0
14 5 9
1 7 9 8
5 3 2
—~——–Un-inhabiled————–
–——-——-Un-inhabiled—–——-——-—
–~—~—Un-inhabiled————
——–—-—Un-inhabiled—–—-—–——-—
282 1 37 1 45
———-Un-inhabiied——-—–———
——~—Un-inhabiled—-~——–
–—–——–Un-inhabiled———-—-——
–~——-Un-inhabited—-~——–
———–Un-inhabiied——————
—~—~—Un-inhabiled————-
–~—~—U n-inha biled——–~—-
———-—Un—inhabiled—–——-—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
———-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–——-——-—U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
—-——-—–—-—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~—-~—-
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
–—–——–U n-inhabited———-—-——
–~——-Un-inha bited—-~——–
———–U n-inhabited——————
—~—~—Un-inha biled————-
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
–~—~—U n-inha biled————
————-U n-inhabited———-———
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
82
15
8
13
5
231
130 62 68 106
—~——–Un-inha biled————–
–——-——-U n-inhabited“-——-——-—
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
112 57 55 59
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~——–
9 2 7 4
——~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
–—–—-——-—U n-inhabited———-—-——
–~——-Un-inha bited—-~——–
———–U n-inhabited——————
—~—~—Un-inha biled————-
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
–~—~—U n-inha biled————
————-U n-inhabited———-———
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
31 1 3 1 8
77 36 41
–——-——-U n-inhabited“-——-——-—
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
——–—-—Un-inhabiled—–—-—–——-—
62 28 34
57 29 28
——~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
18
57
32
34
Jr-
<.->~4<.-am-\
4>
mmul\|_2
120 111
53 53
22 37
1 3
8 10
24 33
13 19
17 17

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
Induswial category of main workers
Cultivators
Household industry
Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
Persons
Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
29 30 31
32 33 34 35
36 37 38
39 40
2
41
6
7
12
3
118 38 80
83 35 48
42 11 31 2
4 1 3
16 7 9
31 1
48 17
24 7 17
18 6 12
-\~4|\>w55
N
Nuuuuww
3 6 1
3 3 – —
————-U n-lnhabiled————~
—-——-——U n-)nhablted–——-—–—-—-
———–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
– 1 1
————-U n-1nhablted———–—-—-
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
—-————U n-lnhablted–——-——-
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
—-——-—–U n-1nhablted–——-——-—-
———~–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
————U n-1nhab1ted4–~—~—–
-—-—–——-—-U n-1 nhablted–——-—–—-—-
————-U r)-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—1nhablted—-—–—-—–—-—-
————-U n-1nhablled————-~
—-——-—-—-U n—lnhablted—-——-——-—-
–~———U n-lnhabiled–~—-~—-~
—-———–U n-inhabited–——-—–—-~
————-U rv-1nhab1\ed—~—-~—-~
———-~U n-rnhabited–~——–~
—-————U n-lnhablted–——-——-
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
—-——-—–U n-1nhablted–——-——-—-
———~–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—————U n-1nhab1ted–—————-
—–~——U r)-inhabiled——–~—-~
———–—-U n-1 nhablted–——-——-—-
———–U n-1 nhablled–~—~—-~
————-U n-lnhabiled————~
—-——-——U n-)nhablted–——-—–—-—-
———–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
_ 2 _ _
————-U n-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
—-————U n-lnhablted–——-——-
————-U n-inhabited——-~—-~
—-——-—–U n-1nhablted–——-——-—-
———~–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—————U n-1nhab1ted–—————-
————U r)-inhabiled——–~—-~
———–—-U n-1 nhablted–——-——-—-
———–U n-1 nhablled–~—~—-~
. 1 . _
—-——-——U n-)nhablted–——-—–—-—-
———–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
~-~———-U r\-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
1 O1
– 19 12
no
~_>4wA
re
_ 1 _
_ 2 _
– 111
– 23 18 5
– 15 11 4
– 2 1 1
– s 1 1
– s 6 2
– 10 11 5
81 30
Kungn (97)
Mikam (90)
Phukchung (99)
Ka (100)
Minsar (101)
Polole (102)
Dhar K1du| (103)
Dhar Gechang (104)
Rajgaon (105)
Sagnam (106/1)
Takshan (106/2)
Shaktan (100/3)
Thango (106/4)
Dhar Tisang (107)
Dhar Ra)gaun (108)
Dhar Changlung (109)
Dhar Togseluganwa
(110)
Dhar Thango (111)
Dhar Khamengar (112)
Dhar Devsa (113)
Dhar Noor (114)
Dhar Kilung (115)
Dhar Lakhang (116)
Dhar Thagpat (117)
Dhar Sonpat (118)
Dhar Chho Chho Dain
(119)
Dhar Chhorak (120)
DharTegvaldar (121)
Dhar Mahavaldar (122)
Dhar Jikvaldar (123)
Dhar Larang (124)
Dhar Tarpak (125)
Shan (126)
Dhar Sarval (127)
Mud (120/1)
Pharka (120/2)
Kilmoor (128/3)
Dhar P1|sur (129)
Teling (130/1)
Pilsur (130/2)
Chamling (131)
Haronaro (132)
Dhar Mallam (133)
Dhar Jamaro (134)
Dhar Sechin (135)
Dhar Turwand (136)
Dhar Sinsa (137)
Dharyansa (138)
Phika (139)
Dhar Charasa (140)
Todnam (141)
Khar (142)
Dhar Magling (143)
Dhar Lalung (144)
Dul (145)
Tangli Kogma (146/1)
Tangti Yogma (146/2)
Dhar Phua (147)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL 81 SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Industrial category
Marginal wurkers Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
l
2
41 42 43 44 45 46
47 48 49
012534
012535
012536
012537
012538
012539
012540
012541
012542
012543
012544
012545
012546
012547
012548
012549
012550
012551
012552
012553
012554
012555
012556
012557
012558
012559
012560
012561
012562
012563
012564
012565
012566
012567
012568
012569
012570
012571
012572
012573
012574
012575
012576
012577
012578
012579
012580
012581
012582
012583
012584
012585
012586
012587
012588
012589
012590
012591
Kungri (97)
Mikam (ea)
Phukchung(99)
Ka (100)
Minsar (101)
Polole (102)
Dhar Kidul (103)
Dhar Gechang (104)
Rajgaon (105)
Sagnarn (106/1)
Takshan (106/2)
Shaklan (106/3)
Thango (106/4)
Dhar Tisang (107)
Dhar Rajgaon (108)
Dhar Changlung (109)
Dhar Togseluganwa
(110)
Dhar Thango (111)
Dhar Khamengar (112)
Dhar Devsa (113)
Dhar Noor (114)
Dhar Kilung (115)
Dhar Lakhang (116)
Dhar Thagpat (117)
Dhar Sonpa! (118)
Dhar Chho Chho Dain
(119)
Dhar Chhorak (120)
Dhar Tegvaldar (121)
Dhar Mahavaldar (122)
Dhar Jikvaldar (123)
Dhar Larang (124)
Dhar Tarpak (125)
Shan (126)
Dhar Sarval (127)
Mud (128/1)
Pharka (128/2)
Kilmoov (128/3)
Dhar Pilsur (129)
Teling (130/1)
Pilsur (130/2)
Chamling (131)
Haronaro (132)
Dhar Mallam (133)
Dhar Jamaro (134)
Dhar Sechin (135)
Dhar Tuwvand (136)
Dhar Sinsa (137)
Dharyansa (138)
Phika (139)
Dhar Charasa (140)
Todnam (141)
Khar (142)
Dhar Magling (143)
Dhar Lalung (144)
Dul (145)
Tangli Kogma (146/1)
Tangti Yogma (146/2)
Dhar Phua (147)
~
A 0 m b
N ~ w §
5
N > w c
8
> w w A
M N M 3
M A — 3
—–—~——Un-in habiled————–
———–—–Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——~—-—
—–———-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
51 1 7 34 1 4 3 1 1
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
———–—–Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—–Un-in habiled———–~-
-~——-~-Un-in habiled–~———»
—————Un-in habiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-i n habiled–~———~-
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-inhabiled————–
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-——-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habiled–~———~-
-~—~—~-Un-in habiled——~—-»
———–—–Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—–Un-in habiled———–~-
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited—————
——-—–—-—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
24 9 1 5 8 2 6
—–—~——Un-inhabiled————–
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——~—-—
1 – 1
2 1 1
53 35 18 18 7 11 6 4 2
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~————
5 1 4 – – –
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
———–—–Un-in habiled-—-———-—–
—–~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
————-Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—–Un-in habiled———–~-
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
——-—–—-—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
1 3 5 8 3 2 1
20 12 8 7 5 2 4 1 3
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——~—-—
—–———-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
30 15 15 11 5 6 1
23 1 2 1 1 8 4 4
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
102
– 1

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
of marginal Workers
Household industry workers
Other workers
Non-workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons
Males Females
Name of Village
Location
code
number
50 S1 52
53 54 55 56
57 58
2
1
1 – 1
41 1 9 22 1 00
1 – 1 3
3 ~ 3 6
– – – 12
– – – 4
————-Un-inha biled————–
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-in habited—–—-——-—
37 14 23 1 50
————-Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabiled—-~—-~—
————-—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
——-———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
———–Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
———–Un-in ha biled-~-~—-~—-
–——-——–Un-inhabiied——–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-inhabiied-—-—–—-——-—
————-Un-in ha biled————–
——-—-—–—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
—————-Un-inhabited——–—-—–—-—
————-Un-in11abiled—-~—-~—-
——~—Un-inha bited-~——~–—
————-—–Un-inhabited————–—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
——-———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
—–~—–Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
–———-—–Un-inhabited————-—
-~———-Un-inha biled—-~——–
——-——–Un-in habited———-——-—
———–Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
16 7 9 83 38 45
————-Un-inha biled————–
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
29 24 5 72 31 41
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
5 1 4 6 –
————-Un-inhabiled—-~—-~—
————-—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
——-———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
———–Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
–———-—–Un-inhabited————-—
————Un-inha biled—-~—-~—
——-——–Un-in habited———-——-—
————Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
1 0 3 7 27
9 6 3 44
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-in habited—–—-——-—
1 8 1 O 8 38
1 5 8 7 36
————-Un-inhabiled—-~—-~—
103
66 34
-\J>-I:-M
74 76
14
26
18
16
Kungri (97)
Mikam (90)
Fhukchung (99)
Ka (100)
Minsar (101)
Polole (102)
Dhar Kidul (103)
Dhar Gechang (104)
Rajgaon (105)
Sagnam (106/1)
Takshan (106/2)
Shaktan (106/3)
Thango (106/4)
Dhar Tisang (107)
Dhar Rajgaon (108)
Dhar Changlung (109)
Dhar Togseluganwa
(110)
Dhar Thango (111)
Dhar Khamengar (112)
Dhar Devsa (113)
Dhar Noor (114)
Dhar Kilung (115)
DharLak11ang (116)
Dhar Thagpat (117)
Dhar Sonpat (118)
Dhar Chho Chho Dam
(119)
Dhar Chhorak (120)
Dhar Tegvaldar (121)
Dhar Mahavaldar (122)
Dhar Jikvaldar (123)
Dhar Larang (124)
Dhar Tarpak (125)
Shan (126)
Dhar Sarval (127)
Mud (120/1)
Pharka (120/2)
Kilmoor (128/3)
Dhar Pilsur (129)
Teling (130/1)
Pilsur (130/2)
Chamling (131)
Haronaro (132)
Dhar Mallam (133)
Dhar Jamaro (134)
Dhar Sechin (135)
Dhar Turwand (136)
Dhar Sinsa (137)
Dharyansa (138)
Phika (139)
Dhar Charasa (140)
Todnam (141)
Khar (142)
Dhar Magling (143)
Dhar Lalung (144)
Dul (145)
Tangli Kogrna (146/1)
Tang1iYogma (146/2)
Dhar Phua (147)
012534
012535
012536
012537
012538
012539
012540
012541
012542
012543
012544
012545
012546
012547
012548
012549
012550
012551
012552
012553
012554
012555
012556
012557
012558
012559
012560
012561
012562
012563
012564
012565
012566
012567
012568
012569
012570
012571
012572
012573
012574
012575
012576
012577
012578
012579
012580
012581
012582
012583
012584
012585
012586
012587
012588
012589
012590
012591

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK: LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Area of Total population (including institutional
Village in Number of and houseless Epuhtiou) Population iu the age-group 0-6
hectares households Persons Males Females Persons Mala Females
l
2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
012592
012593
012594
012595
012596
012597
012598
012599
012600
012601
012602
012603
012604
012605
012606
012607
012608
012609
012610
012611
012612
012613
012614
012615
012616
012617
012618
012619
012620
012621
012622
012623
012624
012625
012626
012627
012628
012629
012630
012631
012632
012633
012634
012635
012636
012637
012638
012639
012640
012641
012642
012643
012644
012645
012646
012647
012648
Dhar Lungje (148)
Dhankhar (149/1)
Shushna (149/2)
Siluk (149/3)
Shichling (149/4)
Newpur (149/5)
Samling (149/6)
Dhar Nipli (150)
Rama Khas (151/1)
Tulse Pena (151/2)
Tarbole (151/3)
Chobrang (152/1)
Lingti (152/2)
Sanglung (153)
Kunge (154)
Demul Khas (155/1)
Gangdo Demul (155/2)
Mulche (155/3)
Rizing (155/4)
Tishu (155/5)
Dhartak Damdam (156)
Dharsochin (157)
Dhar Dum Bachen (158)
Dhar Takling (159)
Dhar Parang (160)
Dhar Nusbosamdu (161)
Dhar Chhavigya (162)
Lalung Khas (163/1)
Phanve (163/2)
Kibn (163/3)
Yul Shikpo (163/4)
Phibuk Dogri (163/5)
Dhar Chckula (164)
Dhar Gangchhumi (165)
Landupdeen (166)
Mane Yogma (167/1)
Kaley (167/2)
Lar (167/3)
Dogsa (167/4)
Piyuche (168)
Mane Kogma (169)
Dhar Gunla (170)
Dhar Mane Rang (171)
Dhar Pcmrang (172)
Poh (173/1)
Pumrang (173/2)
Nidang (173/3)
Qurith (173/4)
Tabo (174/1)
Lapcha (174/2)
Dhar Angla (175)
Dhar Jhanda Choksa
(176)
Lari (177/1)
Duphuk (177/2)
Tipia (177/3)
Dhar Chhochhodun
(178)
Dhar Kargyupa (179)
7,063.84
643.10
95.90
70.23
125.72
10.24
240.23
3,451.68
94.47
13.65
7.25
58.71
14.91
70.16
133.50
165.00
184.00
99.20
280.76
13.00
6,677.51
15,199.01
19,705.94
27,387.35
48.71 1 .92
15,946.85
41,284.00
160.00
195.00
95.00
10.22
4.02
29,675.32
5,431 .12
64.03
226.68
354.28
359.84
1 16.59
91.42
514.26
6,530.12
6,670.07
10,914.77
113.26
192.65
113.65
82.37
230.77
11.40
9,208.47
7,384.92
225.33
49.76
34.90
8,900.12
13,214.81
301
29
29
89
3
10
49
12
48
14
279
7
7
295
2
1
257
27
5
183
313
12
60
14
592
1
209
1
9
—–———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
1 52 1 49 44
14 1 5 1
1 3 1 6 4
56 33 1 2
2 1 –
7 3 –
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
24 25 5
-~———–Un-inhabiied—~—~—-
——-——-—–Un-in habited—–——–—
6 6 1
23 25 5
6 8 3
—-—–——-—-—Un-in habited———–—
1 45 1 34 43
4 3 2
4 3 1
——-————Un-in habited——-——-—
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
—————-—Un-inhabited———–—
-~———–Un-inhabiied—~———
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——-——-—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
——-——-—–Un-in habiled-—————
–————-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inhabiied—~—~–—
1 47 148 50
-~———–Un-in ha biied—~—-~–—
1 1 –
-~———–Un-in habiied—~—-~–—
—–————Un-inhabited———–—
————-Un-in habited—~—~—-
_ 1 _
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
1 21 1 36 30
1 3 1 4 5
—-—–——-—–Un-inhabited—–——–—
—–~——Un-inhabited—~—~–—
2 3 –
1 04 79 29
—-—–——-—-—Un-inhabited-—-—–——–—
————-Un-inhabiied—~—~–—
———-—–—–Un-inhabited————–—
1 46 1 67 35
5 7 –
24 36 7
8 6 1
330 262 49
_ 1 _
-~———–Un-inhabited—~—~–—
——-~–~-Un-inha biied-»-~—~–—
1 05 1 04 22
1 _ _
——-——-—–Un-inhabiled-—————
6 3 –
————-Un-inhabiied—~—~–—
5–J;
2
1
3
1
25
2
1
30
3
5
3
2
2
18
25 25
14
2
14
20
4
1
28
14
16
3
15
15
3
21
8

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
spin
Scheduled Castes Epulation
Scheduled Tribes Epulation
Literztes
Persons
Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons
Males Females
Name of Village
ll l2 13
14 15 16
l7
18 l9
2
5 2 3
1 1
19 12 7
1 1
23 13 10
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
288 142 1 46
29 1 4 1 5
29 1 3 1 6
B2 50 32
3 2 1
1 0 7 3
—-~——–Un~i n habited-~—~—»
49 24 25
————-Un~i n habited-~—~——
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
1 2 6 6
47 22 25
14 6 8
—–——-——-Un-i n habited-———–—–
259 1 32 1 27
4 2 2
7 4 3
—————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
———-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~———–
———-——-Un-i n habited-——-——-—–
—-~——–Un~i n habited-~—~—»
———-——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
—————Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
292 145 1 47
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
2 1 1
————-Un-i n habited-~—-~—»
—–————Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—-»
1 ~ 1
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
253 1 1 8 1 35
27 1 3 1 4
———-——-Un-i n habiled-—–—-——-—–
—-~——–Un-i n habited-~—~—»
5 2 3
1 83 1 04 79
———-——-Un-i n habited-—–—-——-—–
————-Un-i n habited-~—~—»
—–—-—–——-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
286 1 30 1 56
1 2 5 7
59 23 36
14 8 6
496 259 237
1 ~ 1
————-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
——~—~-Un~i n habited-~—~—»
204 1 01 1 O3
1 1 –
———-——-Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-iruhabited-~—~—»
1 O5
199
22
21
65
2
8
29
7
27
B
155
2
5
165
178
16
1
116
219
6
45
13
486
1
169
8
117
12
12
44
2
6
14
4
14
4
87
1
3
95
91
9
1
71
110
4
18
7
285
B7
5
82
10
9
21
2
15
3
13
4
68
1
2
70
87
7
45
109
2
27
6
201
1
82
3
Dhar Lungje (148)
Dhankhar (149/1)
Shushna (149/2)
Siluk (149/3)
Shichling (149/4)
Newpur (149/5)
Saml1ng(149/6)
DharNip1i (150)
Rama Khas (151/1)
Tulse Pena (151/2)
Tarbole(151/3)
Chobrang (152/1)
Lingti (152/2)
Sanglung (153)
Kunge (154)
Dernul Khas (155/1)
Gangdo Demul (155/2)
Mulche (155/3)
Rizing (155/4)
Tishu (155/5)
Dharlak Damdam (156)
Dharsochin (157)
Dhar Dum Bachen (158)
Dhar Takling (159)
Dhar Parang (160)
Dhar Nusbosamdo (161)
Dhar Chhavigya (162)
Lalung Khas (163/1)
Phanve (163/2)
Kibri (163/3)
Yul Shikpo (163/4)
Phibuk Dogri (163/5)
Dhar Chokula (164)
Dhar Gangchhumi (165)
Landupdeen (166)
Mane Yogma (167/1)
Kaley (167/2)
Lar (167/3)
Dogsa (167/4)
Piyuche (1 as)
Mane Kogma (169)
Dhar Gunla (170)
Dhar Mane Rang (171)
Dhar Pomrang (172)
Poh (173/1)
Pomrang (173/2)
Nidang (173/3)
Qurith (173/4)
Tabo (114/1)
Lapcha (174/2)
Dhar Angla (175)
Dhar Jhanda Choksa
(176)
Lari (177/1)
Duphuk (177/2)
Tipia (177/3)
Dhar Chhochhodun
(178)
Dhar Kargyupa (179)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK : LAHUL & SPITI
VIL
LAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
number
Name of Village
Illjterztes
Total workers
Main workers
Persons
Males
Females
Persuns Males F ernalm
Persons
Males Females
l
2
20
21
22
23 24 25
26
27 28
012592
012593
012594
012595
012596
012597
012598
012599
012600
012601
012602
012603
012604
012605
012606
012607
012608
012609
012610
012611
012612
012613
012614
012615
012616
012617
012618
012619
012620
012621
012622
012623
012624
012625
012626
012627
012628
012629
012630
012631
012632
012633
012634
012635
012636
012637
012638
012639
012640
012641
012642
012643
012644
012645
012646
012647
012648
Dhar Lungje (148)
Dhankhar (149/1)
Shushna (149/2)
Siluk (149/3)
Shichling (149/4)
Newpur (149/5)
Samling (149/6)
Dhar Nipli (150)
Rama Khas (151/1)
Tulse Pena (151/2)
Tarbole (151/3)
Chobrang (152/1)
Lingti (152/2)
Sanglung (153)
Kunge (154)
Demul Khas (155/1)
Gangdo Demul (155/2)
Mulche (155/3)
Rizing (155/4)
Tishu (155/5)
Dhartak Damdam (156)
Dharsochin (157)
Dhar Dum Bachen (158)
Dhar Takling (159)
Dhar Parang (160)
Dhar Nusbosamdu (161)
Dhar Chhavigya (162)
Lalung Khas (163/1)
Phanve (163/2)
Kibn (163/3)
Yul Shikpo (163/4)
Phibuk Dogri (163/5)
Dhar Chckula (164)
Dhar Gangchhumi (165)
Landupdeen (166)
Mane Yogma (167/1)
Kaley (167/2)
Lar (167/3)
Dogsa (167/4)
Piyuche (168)
Mane Kogma (169)
Dhar Gunla (170)
Dhar Mane Rang (171)
Dhar Pcmrang (172)
Poh (173/1)
Pumrang (173/2)
Nidang (173/3)
Qurith (173/4)
Tabo (174/1)
Lapcha (174/2)
Dhar Angla (175)
Dhar Jhanda Choksa
(176)
Lari (177/1)
Duphuk (177/2)
Tipta (177/3)
Dhar Chhochhodun
(178)
Dhar Kargyupa (179)
102
7
8
24
1
2
20
5
21
6
124
5
2
130
2
1
79
11
4
67
94
6
15
1
106
40
1
1
35
2
1
12
1
10
2
9
2
58
3
1
52
1
30
4
1
33
36
1
6
1
45
18
1
1
67
5
7
12
1
1
10
3
12
4
66
2
1
78
1
1
49
7
3
34
58
5
9
61
22
106
–—————U n-inhabiied————-—
1 63 95 68
1 8 9 9
1 5 7 8
50 31 1 9
1 – 1
6 4 2
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
25 1 5 1 0
–~—-~—Un-inha biled—-~——–
———-U n-inhabited——-—–———
5 3 2
28 1 5 1 3
5 3 2
———–U n-inhabited——————
1 52 78 74
5 2 3
2 1 1
————-U n-inhabited———-———
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
———-—Un-inhabiled———-—-——
—~——–Un-inha biled————–
–——-——-U n-inhabited“-——-——-—
–~—~—Un-inha biled————
——–—-—Un-inhabiled—–—-—–——-—
–——-——-—Un—inhabiled——————
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
1 50 71 79
—~—-~—Un-inha biled————-
2 1 1
—~—-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
———-U n-inhabiled—–————–—
–~—~—U n-inha biled—-~——–
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
1 32 69 63
1 2 7 5
–——-——-U n—inhabited—–——-—-—–—
–~—~—Un-inha biled—-~-~—~–
5 2 3
1 04 62 42
——–—-—Un—inhabiled——-—–—-—–—
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
–———–—Un—inhabiled—–—-—–—-—–—
1 50 72 78
9 3 6
37 1 3 24
5 2 3
268 1 56 1 1 2
1 – 1
—~—-~—U n-inha bi\ed—-~—-~—-
–~—~-~-Un-inha biled—–~——
1 1 1 51 60
1 1 –
——–—-—Un-inhabiled—–—-—–——-—
9 6 3
——-~—U n-inha biled———~—-
82
9
8
43
1
5
3
6
117
4
2
19
74
7
3
54
75
2
18
2
191
67
1
9
63 19
1 2
4 4
zs 11
– 1
3 2
2 1
3 3
62 55
Z 2
1 1
13 6
44 30
4 3
2 1
31 23
39 36
1 1
8 10
1 1
108 83
32 35
1 .
6 3

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
Industrial category of main workers
Cultivators
Household industry
Agricultural labourers workers Other workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
Name of Village
29 30 31
32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
2
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47 22 25
2 1 1
2 1 1
3 2 1
35 1 5 20
4 2 2
32 15 17
10 5 5
6 2 4
11 3 8
—————U n-lnhab1ted–—————-
———–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhabiled—~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhablted———–—-—-
_ _ _ 1 1 _
—-——-—–U n-1nhablted–——-——-—-
54 27 27 – — —
2 1 1 ~ – – –
———–—-U n-1 nhablted–——-——-—-
———–U n-1 nhablled–~—~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-inhabited–——-——-~
————-U n-lnhabiled————~
—-——-——U n-)nhablted–——-—–—-—-
———–U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
-————-U n-inhabited–——-——-~
–~———-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhabwled—~—-~—-~
————-U n-1 nhablted–~—-~—-~
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted—-——-——-—-
————-U n-1’nhab1led—~—-~—-~
————-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
– – – – – – as
– – – – – – 3
—-——-—-—-U n—lnhablted—-—–—-——-—-
–~———U n-inhabited–~—-~—-~
– – – – – – 3
– – – – – – 22
-—–——-—-—-U n-inhabited–——-—-——~
–~———-U n-1nhablled—~—-~—-~
—-———–U n—1nhablted–——-—–—-—-
1 1 – – – – 64
– – – – – – 2
– – – – – – 1 s
– – – » – – 2
– – – 5 3 2 1 so
————-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
———-~U n-inhabited–~—-~—~
– – – – – – as
– – – – – – 1
—-—-—–—-—-U n-1nhab1ted–——-—–—-—-
– – – – – – 9
–~———-U n-1nhablted—~—-~—-~
107
39 29 10
4 3 1
3 2 1
37 22 15
3 3 –
3 2 1
5 2 3
16 13 3
16 11 5
29 10
2 1
2 1
16 6
33 31
1 1
8 10
1 1
103 77
29 27
1 _
6 3
Dhar Lung)e (148)
Dhankhar (149/1)
Shushna (149/2)
Siluk (149/3)
Shichling (149/4)
Newpur (149/5)
Samling (149/6)
Dhar Nipti (150)
Rama Khas (151/1)
Tulse Pena (151/2)
Tarbole (151/3)
Chobrang (152/1)
Lingti (152/2)
Sanglung (153)
Kunge (154)
Demul Khas (155/1)
Gangdo Demul (155/2)
Mulche (155/3)
Rrzing (155/4)
Tishu (155/5)
Dhanak Damdam (156)
Dharsochin (157)
Dhar Dum Bachen (158)
Dhar Takling (159)
Dhar Parang (160)
Dhar Nusbosamdo (161)
Dhar Chhavigya (162)
Lalung Khas (16311)
Phanve (163/2)
Kibri (163/3)
Yul Sh)kp0 (163/4)
Phibuk Dogn (163/5)
Dhar Chokula (164)
Dhar Gangchhumi (165)
Landupdeen (166)
Mane Yugma (167/1)
Kaley (167/2)
Lar (167/3)
Dogsa (167/4)
Piyuche (168)
Mane Kogrna (169)
Dhar Gunla (170)
Dhar Mane Rang (171)
Dhar Pomrang (172)
Poh (173/1)
Pomrang (173/2)
N1dang (173/3)
Qurilh (173/4)
Tabo (174/1)
Lapcha (174/2)
Dhar Angla (175)
Dhar Jhanda Choksa
(176)
Lari (171/1)
Duphuk (177/2)
Tipla (177/3)
Dhar Chhochhodun
(178)
Dhar Kargyupa (179)

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK I LAHUL & SPITI
VILLAGE PRIMARY
C D Block –
Location
code
nmnbw
Name of Village
Marginal workers
Industrial category
Cultivators
Agflcultural labourers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
l
2
41
42 43
44 45 46
47 48 49
012592
012593
012594
012595
012596
012597
012598
012599
012600
012601
012602
012603
012604
012605
012606
012607
012608
012609
012610
012611
012612
012613
012614
012615
012616
012617
012618
012619
012620
012621
012622
012623
012624
012625
012626
012627
012628
012629
012630
012631
012632
012633
012634
012635
012636
012637
012638
012639
012640
012641
012642
012643
012644
012645
012646
012647
012648
Dhar Lungje (148)
Dhankhar (149/1)
Shushna (149/2)
Siluk (149/3)
Shichling (149/4)
Newpur (149/5)
Samling (149/6)
Dhar Nipli (150)
Rama Khas (151/1)
Tulse Pena (151/2)
Tarbole (151/3)
Chobrang (152/1)
Lingti (152/2)
Sanglung (153)
Kunge (154)
Demul Khas (155/1)
Gangdo Demul (155/2)
Mulche (155/3)
Rizing (155/4)
Tishu (155/5)
Dhartak Damdam (156)
Dharsochin (157)
Dhar Dum Bachen (158)
Dhar Takling (159)
Dhar Parang (160)
Dhar Nusbosamdo (161)
Dhar Chhavigya (162)
Lalung Khas (163/1)
Phanve (163/2)
Kibn (163/3)
Yul Shikpo (163/4)
Phibuk Dogri (163/5)
Dhar Chokula (164)
Dhar Gangchhumi (165)
Landupdeen (166)
Mane Yogma (167/1)
Kaley (167/2)
Lar (167/3)
Dogsa (167/4)
Piyuche (168)
Mane Kogma (169)
Dhar Gunla (170)
Dhar Mane Rang (171)
Dhar Pcmrang (172)
Poh (173/1)
Pumrang (173/2)
Nidang (173/3)
Qurith (173/4)
Tabo (174/1)
Lapcha (174/2)
Dhar Angla (175)
Dhar Jhanda Choksa
(176)
Lari (177/1)
Duphuk (177/2)
Tipla (177/3)
Dhar Chhochhodun
(178)
Dhar Kargyupa (179)
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1
22
5
22
5
35
1
131
2
58
5
2
50
75
7
19
3
77
1
44
as
uiwwm
#-
m4>\|m
1 _
13 9
3 2
12 10
3 2
16 19
– 1
58 73
1 1
25 33
3 2
» 2
31 19
33 42
2 s
5 14
1 2
48 29
– 1
19 25
108
—–——-—–Un-in habiled—————-
1 9 – 1 9
3 – 3
3 — 3
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——~—-—
1 9 1 0 9
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~————
—————Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
4 2 2
5 2 3
5 3 2
————-Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
1 1 3 6
1 – 1
——-—–—-—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited–~———~-
————-Un-i n habited-—————-—
—–—~——Un-in habited–~———–
———–—–Un-inhabiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited——~—-—
—–———-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
————-Un-in habited—————-
-~—~—~-Un-in habited————»
1 25 55 70
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
2 1 1
-~—~—-~-Un-i n habited–~———»
———–Un-in habiled——————
-~—~—~-Un-in habited————»
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
6 1 5
1 – 1
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-in habited—~–~—-—
—–—-—–—-—–Un-i n habiled-—-—–——-—-—
-~—~—~-Un-in habited————»
————-Un-in habiled-—-—–—-—–—–
44 1 8 26
5 2 3
1 1 3 8
3 1 2
42 21 21
1 – 1
-~—~—~-Un-i n habited–~———~-
-~-~-~—~-Un-in habited——–~–»
26 8 1 8
—–———-Un-i n habiled-——-——-—–
-~—~—~-Un-inhabited————»
3 3 –
1 1 –
17 10 7
24 13 11
4 2 2
7 – 7
2 – 2
8 6 2
8 6 2
1 1 –
5 5 –

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT
CENSUSABSTRACT
Spiti
of marginal Workers
Household industry workers
Other workers
Non-workers
Persons Males Females
Persons Males Females
Persons
Males Females
Name of Village
Location
code
number
50 S1 52
53 54 55
56 57 58
2
1
2 1 1
1 1 –
–———-—–Un-inhabited————-—
m
\|:><nr»:
w
mwwvu
w
N-4>o
1 1 –
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
——-———-Un-inhabited———-——-—
——-——–Un-in habited———-——-—
————Un-inhabited—~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-inha bited————–
——-——-—–Un-inhabited——–—-——-—
————Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-in habited—–—-——-—
———–—Un-inhabited——–——-—
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—-
2 1 1
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~—-
—-—–—-—–—–Un-inhabited———-——-—
————-Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
43 23 20
4 3 1
——-—-—–—–Un-inhabited-—-——-——-—
———–Un-in habited—-~—-~–—
42 25 1 7
——-———–Un-inhabited——-——-——-—
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—
—————-Un-inhabited——–——–—
22 8 1 4
Z ~ 2
7 1 6
30 22 8
————-Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
——~–—Un-inhabited—-~—-~–—
1 8 1 1 7
—-—–—-—–—-—Un-in habited—–—-——-—
————-Un-inhabi\ed—-~—-~—-
138
11
14
39
2
4
24
7
20
9
127
2
5
145
1
125
15
79
163
3
23
9
324
98
109
57 81
5 6
6 8
25 14
2 _
3 1
9 15
3 4
8 12
3 6
67
2 .
3 2
60
76 69
– 1
52 73
6 9
42 37
74 89
2 1
11 12
6 3
174 150
54 44
Dhar Lungje (148)
Dhankhar(1-’19/1)
Shushna (149/2)
Siluk (149/3)
Shich1ing(149/4)
Newpur (149/5)
Samling (149/6)
Dhar Nipti (150)
Rama Khas (151/1)
Tulsa Pena (151/2)
Tarbole (151/3)
Chobrang (152/1)
Lingti (152/2)
Sanglung (153)
Kunge (154)
Demul Khas (155/1)
Gangdo Demul (155/2)
Mu|c1le(155/3)
Rizing (155/4)
Tishu (155/5)
Dharlak Damdam (156)
Dharsochin (157)
Dhar Dum Bachen (158)
Dhar Takling (159)
Dhar Parang (160)
Dhar Nusbosamdo (161)
Dhar Chhavigya (162)
Lalung Khas (163/1)
Phanve (163/2)
Kibri (163/3)
Yul Shikpo (163/4)
Phibuk Dogri (163/5)
Dhar Chokula (164)
Dhar Gangchhumi (165)
Landupdeen (166)
Mane Yogma (167/1)
Kaley (167/2)
Lar (167/3)
Dogsa (167/4)
Piyuche (168)
Mane Kogma (169)
Dhar Gunla (170)
Dhar Mane Rang (171)
Dhar Pomrang (172)
Poh (113/1)
Pomrang (173/2)
Nidang (173/3)
Qunlh (173/4)
Tabo (174/1)
Lapcha (174/2)
Dhar Angla (175)
Dhar Jhanda Choksa
(176)
Lari (111/1)
Duphuk (177/2)
Txpta (177/3)
Dhar Chhochhodun
(178)
Dhar Kargyupa (179)
012592
012593
012594
012595
012596
012597
012598
012599
012600
012601
012602
012603
012604
012605
012606
012607
012608
012609
012610
012611
012612
012613
012614
012615
012616
012617
012618
012619
012620
012621
012622
012623
012624
012625
012626
012627
012628
012629
012630
012631
012632
012633
012634
012635
012636
012637
012638
012639
012640
012641
012642
012643
012644
012645
012646
012647
012648

012649
012650
012651
012652
012653
012654
012655
012656
012657
Gipu (180/1) 185.16
um (150/2) 45.25
Kun (180/3) 52.08
Hiche (1ao/4) 43.06
Hurling (131) 93.51
Dhar Karjenpa (182) 10,787.58
Kauirik (183/1) 60.01
Samdo (183/2) 221.92
Dhar Pangkauirik (164) 2,613.34
43 223 1 32 91 14
2 8 3 5 3
—- –Un-inhabited-—-—~—
———— ——Un-inhabited-———–—
39 21 8 143 75 1 3
———— ——Un-inhabited—————
35 288 257 31 14
1 9 598 532 66 22
———— -—-Un-inhabited-—-—~—–
110

9 9 – 184 93 91 176
8 3 5 4
9 9 – 1 62 B7 75 1 81
20 20 – 14 14 – 240
Un-inhabited–—~—~—
Un-inhabited ————— —-
Un-inhabited ———— ——
51 40 11 36 36 –
Un-inhabited —- -—~—
1 1 1
Gipu (180/1)
Lirit (130/2)
Kun (180/3)
Hiche (180/4)
Hurling (1s1)
Dhar Karjenpa (182)
Kauirik (18311)
Samdo (183/2)
Dhar Pangkauirik (184)

012649
012650
012651
012652
012653
012654
012655
012656
012657
Gipu (130/1) 47 19 2a 132 aa
um (1so/2) 4 1 :1 3 1
Kun (180/3) -——~——Un-inhabited–~-
Hiche (180/4) ————Un-inhabited————
Hurling (181) 37 17 20 143 104
Dhar Karjenpa (182) ———Un-inhabited–———
Kauirik (183/1) 48 28 20 267 244
Samdo (18312) 130 83 47 572 518
Dhar Pangkauirik (1 B4) -—-—~—Un-inhabited–—-—
112
49
2
39
23
54
74
76
244
513

39 1 5 24 – – – – – –
—-~–Un-inhabited-—~—-—-
——-———-Un-inhabited—————-
4 2 2 – – – 1 – 1
—————-U n-inhabi(ed-————-
2 1 1 – – – – – –
3 3 – – – – – – –
–——-Un-inhabited–—–»
113
59 9 Gipu(180/1)
– 1 Lirit(180/2)
Kun(1B0/3)
Hiche (180/4)
74 11 Hu|1ing(181)
Dhar Karjenpa (182)
243 20 Kauirik (1ss/1)
510 53 Samdo (183/2)
Dhar Pangkauirik (184)

012649
012650
012651
012652
012653
012654
012655
012656
012657
Gipu (180/1) 25 9 16 – – – –
Lirit (18012) 2 1 1 – – – –
Kun (180/3) -——-—-Un-inhabited —- —
Hiche (1ao/4) -————-Un-inhabited —- ~-
Hurling (181) 53 28 25 47 24 23 –
Dhar Karjenpa (182) -————Un~inhabited ———— ——
Kauirik (183/1) 2 – 2 1 – 1 –
Samdo (183/2) 6 5 1 – – – –
Dhar Pangkauirik (164) -~—–—~—Un-inhabited —- —
114

2 – 2 23 9 14
2 1 1
—–—–Un-inhabited-—-—~—
—- —-—Un»inhabited-—————
– – – s 4 2
———— ——Un-inhabited-———
– – – 1 – 1
6 5 1
—- –Un-inhabited-——
115
5 2 3
75 39 36
26 14 12
Gipu (180/1)
Lirit (180/2)
Kun (180/3)
Hiche (180/4)
Hufling (1s1)
Dhar Karjenpa (1 B2)
Kauirik (133/1)
Samdo (1:33/2)
Dhar Pangkauirik (184)
012649
012650
012651
012652
012653
012654
012655
012656
012657

Urban PCA-Town wise
Primary Census Abstract
*District does not have urban part

i
Tables based on Households
Amenities and Assets
(Rural /Urban) at District and
Sub-District level

Table-1: Households by Ownership Status and by Number of Dwelling roomsoocupied
in theDistrict, 2011
Name of Ownership Number of dwelling Number of households
Total Scheduled Castes
district status
IOOITIS
Scheduled Tribes
Total Rural Urban Total Rural Urban
Total Rural Urban
1 2
3
4l5l6789
10 ll l2
Owned
Rented
Others
No exclusive room
One room
Two rooms
Three rooms
3+ rooms
No exclusive room
One room
Two rooms
Three rooms
3+ roorns
No exclusive room
One room
Two rooms
Three rooms
3+ rooms
44
480
1,114
1 .058
2,341
28
B04
312
52
28
26
259
117
22
10
44
480
1,114
1 ,O58
2,341
28
804
312
52
28
26
259
117
22
10
6
55
140
88
174
4
84
32
3
5
2
12
11
2
6
55
140
88
174
4
84
32
3
5
2
12
11
2
28
368
964
963
2,161
1 O
377
194
28
13
14
86
65
13
7
28
368
964
963
2,161
10
377
194
28
13
14
86
65
13
7
District – Total
Lahul 81
Spiti
(02025)
No exclusive room
One room
Two rooms
Three rooms
3+ rooms
as
1 ,54s
1,543
1,1 :2
2,319
ea
1,543
1,543
1,132
2,379
12
151
183
93
179
12
151
183
93
179
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH» series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
121
52
s31
1,222
1,004
z,1s1
52
831
1,223
1,004
2,181

Table- 2: Percentage distribution of Householdsliving in Permanent,
Name of Sub – District Total
Pennanent Semi permanent Temporary Permanent
2 3 4 5 6
Sub-District – Udaipur (0202500114) 539 (27.s9%) 1,209 (s1.ss%) 213 (10.ss%) 53a (27.s9%)
Sub-District – Lahul (0202s0011s) 1,253 (ss.s4%) 929 (41.1s%) 72 (3.19%) 1.253 (s5.54%)
Sub-District – spm (0202s001le) 131 (5.29%) 222 (8.97%) 2,121 (ss.7%) 131 (5.29%)
District – Lahul & spm (02025) 1,922 (2s.11%) 2,390 (ss.2s%) 2,406 (ss.9-1%) 1,922 (2a.11%)
1.Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
Note :
Permanent : Permanent houses refer to those houses whose walls & roots are made of pucca materials, i.e., where burnt bricks, G.l.
Sheets or other metal sheets, stone, cement, concrete is used for wall and tiles, slate, shingle, corrugated iron, zinc or other metal
sheets, asbestos sheets, bricks, lime and stone and RBC/RCC concrete are used for roof.
Semi Permanent 3 Semi permanent houses refer to those houses made of other types of materials.
Temporary: Temporary houses refer to those houses having wall and roofs made of Kutcha materials, i.e., where. grass. leaves,
reeds, bamboo, mud and unburnt bricks are used for the construction of walls and grass, leaves, reeds, bamboo thatch, mud, unburnt
bricks and wood etc. are used for roofs.
122

Semi permanent and Temporary Houses, 2011
Rum] Urban Name of Sub-District
Semi pennanenl Temporary Permanent Semi pennanent Temporary
7 8 9 10 11 2
1,209 (el.sa%)
929 (41 .1s%)
222 (0.97%)
213 (104ss%) )
72 (3.19%) )
2.121 (85.7%) )
COG
666
fififi
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
coo
AEA
0%) Sub-District – Udaipur (0202500114)
%) Sub-Disfirict – Lahul (O202500115)
0%) Sub-District – spin (0202500110)
2,300 (ss.2s%)
2,400 (as.94%) 0 (0%)
0 (0%)
123
0 (0%) Districh Lahul &Spiti (02025)

Table-3: Number and Percentageof Households
N0. Rural]
Urban
of households
Number and percentage of Household
Tap water from Tap Water from
treated source untreated source
Covered Well Un-covered well
1
S1. Name of Sub-District T0tal/ Total Number
2 3
4
5 6
7 8
1 Sub~District – Udaipur Total
(0202500114) Rura|
Urban
1.904
1.904
0 (0%)
1.633 (ss.1s%)
1.633 (ss.1s%)
0 (0%)
290 (14.77%
290 (14.77°/
0 (0<=/
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1 (0.05%)
1 (0.05%)
0 (0%)
2 Sub-District – Lahul Total
(0202500115) Rura|
Urban
2.256
2.250
0 (0%)
1.744 (77.3%)
1.744 (77.3%)
0 (0%)
can
457 (20.2ev
457 (20.2e°/
0 (0~/
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
3 Sub-District – Spiti Total
(O202500116) Rura|
Urban
2.475
2.475
0 (0%)
1.435 (s7.9s%)
1.435 (57.90%)
0 (0%)
can
564 (22.79″/
564 (22.79%
0 (0%)
7 (0.20%)
7 (0.20%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
District – Lahul & Spiti
(02025)
Total
Rural
Urban
5,695
6,695
o (0%)
4,012 (71 .a7%)
4,012 (71 .a7%)
0 (0%)
1,311 (19.sa%)
1,311 (19.sa%)
o (0%)
7 (0.1%)
7 (0.1%)
0 (0%)
1 (0.01%)
1 (0.01%)
o (0%)
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households.
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
124

by main souroeof Drinking water, 2011.
having following source of drinking water
Handpump Tubewell/boreh Spring River/ canal Tank/ p0nd/
ole lake
T0tal/ Name of Sub-District
other Rural/
Sources Urba“
9
10
11
12
13
l4 3
2
19 (0.92%)
1a (0.92%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
15 (0.75%)
15 (0.75%)
0 (0%)
5 (0.25%)
5 (0.25%)
0 (0%)
COO
666
=<$=<
2 (0.1% Total
2 (0.1°/ Rural
O (0° Urban
5 5
Sub~Districi – Udaipur
(0202500114)
19 (0.94%)
19 (0.94%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
29 (1.29%)
29 (1.29%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
COO
686
$5454
/
7 (0.31“/ Total
7 (0.31°/ Rural
O (0% Urban
5 5
Sub-District – Lahul
(020250D115)
502 (12.2%)
302 (12.2%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
2 (0.09%)
2 (0.09%)
0 (0%)
75 (2.95%)
73 (2.95%)
0 (0%)
o
Q6
fig
0(
0 (0%)
92 (3.72%) Total
92 (3.72%) Rural
O (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Spiti
(O202500116)
339 (5.05%)
3:9 (5.05%)
o (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
45 (0.59%)
45 (0.59%)
o (0%)
79 (1.17%)
78 (1.17%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
101 (1.51%) Total
101 (1.51%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
District – Lahul & Spiti
(02025)

Tab|e- 4: Number and Peroentageof Households
No. Rurall
Urban
Total
number of
households
Number and Percentage of households
Electricity
Kerosene
Solar
Sl. Name of Sub-District Total]
2
1 3
4
5
6
7
1 Sub-District – Udaipur (0202500114) Tolal
Rural
Urban
1,954
1,904
0 (0%)
1,033 (93.33%)
1,033 (e3.33%)
0 (0%)
100 (5.5%)
100 (5.5%)
0 (0%)
7 (0.30%
7 (0.357
0 (0°/
2 Sub-District – Lahul (0202500115) Tolal
Rural
U rban
2,250
2,250
0 (0%)
2,155 (95.57%)
2,150 (95.57%)
0 (0%)
as (3.95%)
as (3.95%)
0 (0%)
555
7 (0.31°/
7 (0.31%
0 (0%)
3 Sub-Dislrict – Spiti (0202500116) Total
Rural
Urban
2,475
2,475
0 (0%)
1,529 (05.a2%)
1,529 (05.a2%)
0 (0%)
103 (4.10%)
103 (4.15%)
0 (0%)
733 (29.s2%)
730 (29.s2%)
0 (0%)
District – Lahul & Spiti (02025) Total
Rural
Urban
0,095
0,095
o (0%)
5,010 (a3.91%)
5,010 (a3.91%)
o (0%)
300 (4.40%)
300 (4.40%)
0 (0%)
752 (11.23%)
752 (11.23%)
0 (0%)
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households.
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
126

by main souroeof Lighting, 2011.
having following main source of lighting T0tal/
Urban
Name of Sub-District
Other oil Any other N0 lighting Rum”
8 9 10 3
2
5 (0.25%)
5 (0.23%)
0 (0%)
3 (0.1s%
3 (0.1s°/
0 (01
( 1 Rural
8(0.41% Total
8 0.4 °/
0(0°/ Urban
Sub-District – Udaipur(0202500114)
3 (0.13%)
3 (0.13%)
0 (0%)
=><>=>
/
1 (0.04°/
1 (0.04%
0 (0%)
0 (0°/ Total
0 (0°/ Rural
( Urban
onus
Sub-District – Lahul (0202500115)
1 (0.04%)
1 (0.04%)
0 (0%)
3 (0.12%)
3 (0.12%)
0 (0%)
0 0°/
1(0.04% Total
1 (0.04%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Spiti (O202500116)
9 (0.13%)
9 (0.13%)
0 (0%)
1 (0.1%)
1 (0.1%)
o (0%)
9 (0.13%) Total
9 (0.13%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
District – Lahul & Spiti (02025)
127

Table-5: Number and Peroentageof Households
S1. Name of Sub-District T0tal/ Total
N0. Rural/ number of
Urban households
Number and percentage of households
F lush/Pour latrine
Pit
Piped sewer
system
Septic tank
Other system With
slab/Ventilated
improved pit
1 2 3
4
5
6
7
8
1 Sub-District – Udaipur Total
(O202500114) Rura|
Urban
1,964
1,964
0 (0%)
6 (0.31%)
6 (0.31%)
0 (0%)
433 (22.3%)
439 (22.3%)
0 (0%)
13 (0.66%
13 (0.66°/
0 (06
360 (1s.33%)
360 (16.33%)
0 (0%)
2 Sub-District – Lahul (0202500115) Total
Rural
Urban
2,256
2,256
0 (0%)
31 (1.37%)
31 (1.37%
0 (0°
O
642 (2s.40%)
642 (2s.46%
0 (0°
/
499 (22.12°/
499 (22.12″/
0 (0°/
6
416 (1s.44%)
416 (1s.44%)
0 (0%)
3 Sub-District – Spiti (O202500116) Total
Rural
Urban
2,475
2,475
0 (0%)
/
19 (0.77%
19 (0.77%)
0 (0%)
O 6
/
233 (11.64°/
283 (11.64%
0 (0%)
==\ n
1,710 (69.09
1,710 (69.o9%
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
District – Lahul & Spili (02025) Total
Rural
Urban
6,695
6,695
o (0%)
56 (0.64%)
56 (0.64%)
0 (0%)
1,366 (2o.43%)
1,363 (20.43%)
0 (0%)
2,222 (33.19%)
2,222 (33.19%)
o (0%)
776 (11.59%)
776 (11.59%)
o (0%)
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
128

by type of Lairinefacility, 2011
having following type of latrine facility
Total]
Latrine Night Soil Service Latrine
N0 latrine within premises Rum”
Without fliswwi Night S0ll Night S0ll
slab/open pit mm °P°“ removed by serviced by
drain human animals
Public Latrine
Open Urban
Name of Sub-District
9 10 11 12
13
14 3
2
428 (21.79%)
42s (21.79%)
0 (0%)
1 (0.05%)
1 (0.05%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
COO
686
$$$
25 (1.27%
25 (1.27°/
0 (0°
=\ 5
693 (35.29%) Total
693 (35.29%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Udaipur
(0202500114)
311 (1s.79%)
311 (1s.79%
0 (0°/
5
4 (0.18%)
4 (0.18%)
0 (0%)
34 (1.51%)
34 (1.51%)
0 (0%)
COO
666
$$$
54 (2.39°/
54 (2.39%
0 (0%)
265 (11.75%) Total
265 (11.75%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Lahul
(O202500115)
32 (1.29%
32 (1.29%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
o
O6
$$
0(
0 (0%)
14 (0.57%)
14 (0.57%)
0 (0%)
412 (15.55%) Total
412 (15.55%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Spiti
(0202500115)
771 (11.52%)
771 (1 1 .52″/1)
0 (0%)
5 (0.07%)
5 (0.07%)
o (0%)
34 (0.51%)
34 (0.51%)
0 (0%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
es (1.39%)
es (1.39%)
o (0%)
1,370 (20.4e%) Total
1,370 (20.45%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
District – Lahul & Spin
(02025)
129

Table-6: Number and Peroentageof Households by typeof Drainage connectivity for wastewater outlet , 2011
Sl. N0. Name of Sub-District Total]
Rurall
Urban
Total
number of
households
drainage connectivity for waste water outlet
Closed drainage Open drainage N0 drainage
1 2 3
4
5
6
Number and Percentage of households by type of
7
1 Total
Sub-District – Udaipur (O202500114) Rural
U rban
1,964
1,964
0
151 (7.59%
151 (7.69
0 (0
fifi
993 (50.5e%)
993 (50.5e%)
0 (0%)
920 (41.75%)
520 (41.75%)
0 (0%)
2 Total
Sub-District – Lahul (0202500115) Rural
U rban
2,256
2,256
0
eve (29.96
eve (29.95
0 (0
==\°$5\°
1.214 (53.al%)
1.214 (53.al%)
0 (0%)
306 (le.22%)
360 (le.22%)
0 (0%)
3 Total
Sub-District – Spili (0202500116) Rural
Urban
2,475
2,475
0
s3 (3.35
93 (3.35%
0 (0%)
==\°
1.193 (49.2%)
1.193 (49.2%)
0 (0%)
1.199 (4s.44%)
1.199 (4s.44%)
0 (0%)
Total
Rural
Urban
District – Lahul a. Spiti (02025)
6,695
6,695
0
910 (13.s9%)
910 (13.59%)
0
3,400 (50:/a%)
3,400 (s0.1a%)
0
2,305 (35.e2%)
2,385 (s5.e2%)
0
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households.
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
130

S1. Name of Sub-
No. District
Rurall number of
Urban households
Table-7: Number and Peroentageof Households by availablity of Kitdien facility, 2011
Total] Total N ‘ ‘
mber and Percentage of households having kltchen
Cooking in
u
side house Cooking outside house
Has kitchen
Does not have Has kitchen Does not have
kitchen kitchen
No cooking
1 2 3 4
5
6
7 8
9
1 Sub-District – Total
Udaipur Rum
(0202500114) Urban
1,964
1,964
0
1,452 (73.93%
1,452 (73.93°/
0 (0°/
44s (22.31%
443 (22.31°/
0 (0<=/
2(0.1%
2(0.1°/
0(0°/
57 (2.9%)
57 (2.9%)
0 (0%)
5 (0.2s%
5 (0.2s°/
0 (0°/
2 Sub-District – Lahul Total
(O202500115) Rura|
Urban
2,256
2,256
0
1,290 (s7.1s°/
1,290 (s7.19°/
0 (0°
canoe
<>a\¢>
920 (40.7a°/
920 (40.7a°
0 (0°
14 (0.92°/
14 (0.92°/
0 (0°
===>=><===
29 (1.29%)
29 (1.29%)
0 (0%)
3 (0.13°/
3 (0.13~=/
0 (0°
cocoa
3 Sub-District – Spiti Total
(O202500116) Rural
Urban
2,475
2,475
0
/
1,597 (94.s3%
1,597 (34.s3%)
0 (0%)
/
741 (29.94~/
741 (29.94%
0 (0%)
/
27 (1.09%
27 (1.09%)
0 (0%)
107 (4.32%)
107 (4.32%)
0 (0%)
/
3 (0.12%
3 (0.12%)
0 (0%)
District – Lahul 8- Total
Spiti (02025) Ru|.a|
Urban
6,695
6,695
0
4,339 (94.s1%)
4,339 (94.s1%)
0 (0%)
2,109 (31.5%)
2,109 (31.5%)
0 (0%)
43 (0.94%)
43 (0.94%)
0 (0%)
193 (2.39%)
193 (2.99%)
0 (0%)
11 (0.19%)
11 (0.19%)
0 (0%)
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households.
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
131

Table-8: Number and Peroentageof Households
N0. Rural/
Urban
Total
number of
households
Number and percentage of households by
Firewood Crop residue Cowdung cake Coal] lignjtel
charcoal
S1. Name of Sub-District Total/
1 2 3
4
5 6 7 8
1 Sub District Udaipur Total
(O202500114) Rura|
Urban
1,964
1,964
O
1.1a2 (e0.1s%)
1.1a2 (e0.1s%)
0 (0%)
4 (0.2%)
4 (0.2%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
COO
666
$$$
2 Sub-District – Lahul (0202500115) Total
Rural
Urban
2,256
2,256
0
1.389 (s1.s7%)
1.389 (el.s7%)
0 (0%)
10 (0.44%)
10 (0.44%)
0 (0%)
17 (0.75%)
17 (0.7s%
0 (0°
O
COO
666
$$$
3 Sub-District – Spiti (0202500116) Total
Rural
Urban
2,475
2,475
0
1,020 (41.21%)
1.020 (41.21%)
0 (0%)
1a (0.73%)
1a (0.73%)
0 (0%)
/
772 (s1.19%
772 (s1.19%)
0 (0%)
o
Q6
$$
0(
0 (0%)
Districh Lahul & Spiti (02025) Total
Rural
Urban
6,695
6,695
0
3,591 (ss.e4%)
3,591 (ss.e4%)
o (0%)
32 (0.48%)
22 (0.45%)
o (0%)
7&9 (11.7s%)
7a9 (11.7s%)
0 (0%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
o (0%)
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households.
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets.
132

by typed fuel used for Cooking, 2011
availability of fuel used for cooking To!al/
Kerosene LPG/ PNG Electricity Bio-gas Anyother No cooking Rum”
Urban
Name of Sub-District
9 10 ll 12
13
14 3
2
61 (3.11%)
61 (3.11%)
0 (0%)
700 (36.1%)
709 (36.1%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
COO
666
$$$
3 (0.15%
3 (0.15°/
0 (0
5 (0.25% Total
5 (0.25°/ Rural
0 (0° Urban
Q
Sub-District – Udaipur
(0202500114)
137 (6.07%)
137 (6.07%)
0 (0%)
700 (31 .03%)
700 (31.03%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (
0 (0=v
0 (0°/
co
630
fififia
°/
0(
/
3(0.13°/ Total
3(0.13°/ Rural
O(0% Urban
<>=><=
Sub-District – Lahul (0202500115)
25 (1.01%)
25 (1.01%)
0 (0%)
637 (25.74%)
637 (25.74%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
o
663$
0 (0°/
0 (0%
0 (0%)
CO
66
$64
0 (0%)
3 (0.12%) Total
3 (0.12%) Rural
O (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Spiti (O202500116)
223 (3.33%)
223 (3.33%)
0 (0%)
2,046 (30.s6%)
2,046 (30.s6%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
3 (0.04%)
3 (0.04%)
0 (0%)
11 (0.16%) Total
11 (0.16%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
District – Lahul & spm (02025)
133

Table-9: Numba’ and Peroentageof Householdsavailing Banking servioesand
SL Name of Sub-
N0. District
Total/ Total Total number of
Rural] number households
Urban of house- availing banking
holds services
Number and percentage of households
Radio/ Transistor
Television
Computer/ laptop- Computerl laptop-
With Internet Without Internet
l 2 3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 Sub-District – Total
Udaipur Rura|
(0202500114) Urban
1,964
1,964
0
1,150 (s9.41%)
1,150 (s9.41%)
0 (0%)
11o (30.15%)
110 (a0.1s%)
0 (0%)
1,503 (10.ss%)
1,503 (10.ss%)
0 (0%)
14 (0.11%)
14 (0.11%)
0 (0%)
31 (1.00%)
31 (1.00%)
0 (0%)
2 Sub-District» Lahul Total
(O202500115) Rura|
Urban
2.256
2,256
0
2.092 (92.1a%)
2,092 (92.1a%)
0 (0%)
903 (4a.s1%)
903 (4s.51%)
0 (0%)
1,101 (1s.32%)
1,101 (10.sz%)
0 (0%)
24 (1.00%)
24 (1.00%)
0 (0%)
11 (3.41%)
11 (3.41%)
o (0%)
3 Sub-District-Spiti Total
(0202500116) Rum
Urban
2,475
2,475
0
2,200 (91.s1%)
2,200 (91.s1%)
0 (0%)
190 (a2.10%)
190 (32.10%)
0 (0%)
1,000 (01.s9%)
1,000 (01.99%)
0 (0%)
23 (0.92%)
23 (0.90%)
0 (0%)
11 (3.11%)
11 (0.11%)
0 (0%)
District – Lahul & Total
Spili (02025) Rura|
Urban
6,695
6,695
0
0,100 (91 .29%)
0,100 (91 .zs%)
0 (0%)
2,409 (91.1s%)
2,499 (s1.1a%)
0 (0%)
4,990 (1s.10%)
4,9aa (1a.10%)
o (0%)
01 (0.91%)
01 (0.91%)
0 (0%)
191 (2.ss%)
191 (2.05%)
0 (0%)
Note: Percentage is given in brackets after the number of households.
Data Source:-Census of India, 2011, HH- series Tables on Houses, Household amenities and assets,
134

number of Households having each of the specified assas in, 2011
having each of the following specified assets
Land line Mobile Both Land line Bicycle Scooter/ Motor
Telephone Telephone
and
MobileTelepl:10ne
Cycle/ Moped
Total/ Name of Sub-
Car/ Jeepl None oflhe Rum” Dismct
Van specified asset Uflm“
10
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12
I3
14
15
16 3
2
114 15.5%)
114 15.3%)
0 10%)
545 143.15%)
345 143.13%)
0 10%)
331 115.55%)
331 115.35%)
010%)
40 12.04%)
40 12.04%)
0 10%)
53 14.23%)
s3 14.23%)
0 10%)
54 13.25%)
54 13.25%)
0 10%)
233111.a5%) Total
233111.ae%) R0151
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District –
Udaipur
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70 13.45%)
75 13.45%)
0 10%)
1,175152.0a%)
1,175152.05%)
0 10%)
532 135.00%)
532 135.55%)
0 10%)
32 11.42%)
32 11.42%)
0 10%)
350115.51%)
350115.51%)
010%)
225 19.97%)
225 19.97%)
0 10%)
12s15.57%) T0151
12315.57″/5) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Lahul
10202500115)
25o110.51%)
250110.51%)
010%)
1,077143.52%)
1,077143.52%)
0 10%)
2so111.31%)
250111.31″/5)
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35 11.45%)
35 11.45%)
0 10%)
131 15.29%)
131 15.29%)
0 10%)
247 19.93%)
247 19.95%)
0 10%)
43o117.37%) Total
430117.37%) Rural
0 (0%) Urban
Sub-District – Spili
10202500115)
452 15.75%)
452 15.75%)
0 10%)
3,100 145.3%)
3,100 145.3%)
0 10%)
1,4431z1.55%)
1,443 121.55%)
0 10%)
10s 11.51%)
10a 11.51%)
0 10%)
554 15.42%)
554 1a.42%)
0 10%)
535 15.01%)
535 10.01%)
o 10%)
791 111.51%) Total
791 111.51%) Rural
010%) Urban
District – Lahul 8.
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