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Country  India
Language spoken  Hindi
State  Rajasthan
District  Dungarpur

Sagwara is a town and a municipality in Dungarpur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is one of two towns in Sagwara Tehsil, and the administrative center for the tehsil.


Map of Sagwara


While in the 2001 Indian census, Sagwara had a population of 30,993, by the 2011 census that number had dropped to 29,439. Males, while still fewer than females, increased their percentage from 49.3% to 49.9% of the population from 2001 to 2011. Sagwara significantly increased their average literacy rate from 2001 to 2011 going from 59% to 79%. Male literacy rose from 68% to 88%, and female literacy rose from 50% to 71%. From 2001 to 2011 the population in Sagwara aged, going from 16% below the age of six, to 13%.

Sagwara is the third largest populated place after Banswara and Dungapur in the historical Vagaar area of Rajasthan. People in Sagwara belong to two major religions, the Muslim Ismaili Dawoodi Bohra Community, and Jainism.

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Geography and economy

Sagwara Beautiful Landscapes of Sagwara

Sagwara is located in east central Dungarpur district in Sagwara Tehsil. It has an average elevation of 244 metres (801 ft). Sagwara is famous for its sculpture, marble carving, temple architecture and gold jewelry. It is a major trading hub for nearby villages.


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