Population of Kabeerdham 2019

Kabirdham is one of the 27 districts in the state of Chhattisgarh. It was earlier known as Kawardha area. Kabeerdham is known for the Bhoramdeo temple and it is situated around of 18 km from the locale base camp, Kawardha. The boundaries of the region are Dindori District to the north part, Mungeli District as well as Bemetara to the east, Rajnandgaon District to the south, Balaghat and Mandla to the west.

population of Kabeerdham 2019

The northern and western parts are encompassed by the Maikal mountain ranges of Satpura. The present district collector of Kabeerdham is Smt. Kiran Kaushal.  Maikai Hills around here is a scenic place to be and numerous people from the state visit this place throughout the year.


To know the accurate figure in terms of the population of Kabeerdham in 2019, we have to get the population data for the last 5 years. They are as follows:

  1. 2014 – 860,221
  2. 2015 – 877,583
  3. 2016 – 892,229
  4. 2017 – 904,338
  5. 2018 – 915,335

By looking at the population figures for Kabeerdham from 2014-18; you can see an increase of 55,114 in the past 5 years. Therefore, each year it has been noticed that the population increases by 11,022.8. Hence, the population of Kabeerdham in 2019 is expected to be 915,335 + 11,022.8 = 926,357.8. So, the population in 2019 as per estimated data = 926,357.8.

Kabeerdham Population 2019 –926,357.8. (estimated).


Dialects are spoken here incorporate Agariya, an Austroasiatic tongue with roughly 72 000 speakers and it is mostly spoken in the Maikal Hills. As per the 2011 registration, Kabeerdham locale has a population of about 822,239, generally equivalent to the country of Comoros or the US territory of South Dakota. It comprises a sex ratio of 997 females for 1000 males and a literacy rate of around 62%.

50% of the population is male and around the same are females. 64% of the entire population is from general caste in the district, 14% belong to the scheduled caste and about 22% are scheduled tribes. The population of kids under 6 out here is 18%, among them half are boys and 50% girls. There are around 1.6 lakh families in the area and an estimated average of 5 people live in each family.


The population density of Kabeerdham is 195 people per square kilometer. The population growth rate of Kabeerdham throughout the decade from 2001-2011 was 41 and that is some way or another on the moderate side. The population expanded by 36% in the most recent 10 years. In the 2001 census, the total population here was around 5 lakh. Female population growth rate of the area is about 35% which is – 2% lesser than the male population growth rate of 37%.

The population of the General caste has expanded by 33.2%. The population of tribal has expanded by 34.3% and also child population in the district by 24% since the last census.


  1. The area is separated into four tehsils as Bodla, Lohara, Sahaspur, and Pandaria. Each tehsil is a solitary block of the same name.

  2. The name of the district was actually changed from Kawardha to Kabeerdham in the year 2003 on the event of 6th-century birth festivity of Dhani Dharm Das, the organizer of Kabir Panth in the state.

  3. The other tehsil Pandariya was called as Pandariya zamindari till the year of 1952. In 1952, it turned into a network square of Bilaspur locale and in 1986 its status was raised to a tehsil.

  4. This locale is famous for the Bhoramdeo temple.

  5. The north and western parts of the district of Kabeerdham are encompassed by the Maikal mountain ranges and numerous tourists come over here.