Apr 18, 2024, 11:40 PM IST

9 largest districts in India

Shweta Singh

Known for its vast salt marshes and desert landscape, Kutch is the largest district in India, offering a unique blend of cultural diversity and natural beauty.

Kutch (Gujarat)

Situated amidst the towering Himalayas, Leh district is renowned for its stunning landscapes, Buddhist monasteries, and high-altitude desert terrain, making it a haven for adventure enthusiasts and spiritual seekers alike.

Leh (Ladakh)

Home to the famed "Golden City" and the sprawling Thar Desert, Jaisalmer district enchants visitors with its magnificent sand dunes, intricately carved havelis, and rich Rajputana heritage.

Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)

Barmer district captivates with its rugged terrain, ancient temples, and vibrant desert culture, offering a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle of Rajasthan's desert dwellers.

Barmer (Rajasthan)

Known for its imposing forts, opulent palaces, and camel safaris, Bikaner district showcases the grandeur of Rajasthan's princely past amidst the vast expanse of the Thar Desert.

Bikaner (Rajasthan)

With its majestic Mehrangarh Fort dominating the skyline, Jodhpur district exudes regal charm, offering a captivating blend of architectural splendor, vibrant markets, and rich cultural heritage.

Jodhpur (Rajasthan)

Nestled amidst the picturesque Aravalli Range, Sirohi district beckons with its lush forests, serene lakes, and ancient temples, providing a tranquil retreat for nature lovers and spiritual seekers.

Sirohi (Rajasthan)

Serving as the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu district is renowned for its historic temples, scenic landscapes, and vibrant festivals, attracting pilgrims and tourists from far and wide.

Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir)

Anantapur district, known for its arid landscapes and agricultural heritage, is home to ancient monuments, serene reservoirs, and verdant hills, offering a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Anantapur (Andhra Pradesh)