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Ang Uttarakhand ( /ˌʊtəˈrɑːkʌnd/),[5] ay isang estado ng hilagang India. Ito ay kilala rin bilang Devbhumi (literally "Land of the Gods") dahil sa daming Hindu temples at mga sentro ng pilgrimage na nakikita sa estado.

State of Uttarakhand

Uttarākhaṇḍ Rājya
Opisyal na logo ng State of Uttarakhand
Seal
Palayaw: 
Devbhumi
Location of Uttarakhand in India
Location of Uttarakhand in India
Map of Uttarakhand
Map of Uttarakhand
Mga koordinado (Dehradun): 30°20′N 78°04′E / 30.33°N 78.06°E / 30.33; 78.06 (Dehradun)Mga koordinado: 30°20′N 78°04′E / 30.33°N 78.06°E / 30.33; 78.06 (Dehradun)
Country India
Statehood9 November 2000 [a]
CapitalDehradun [b]
Largest cityDehradun
Districts13
Pamahalaan
 • KonsehoGovernment of Uttarakhand
 • GovernorKrishan Kant Paul
 • Chief MinisterTrivendra Singh Rawat (BJP)
 • Chief JusticeK. M. Joseph
 • Speaker of the HousePremchand Aggarwal (BJP)
 • Electoral constituencies
Lawak
 • Kabuuan53,483 km2 (20,650 milya kuwadrado)
Ranggo sa lawak19th
Populasyon
 (2011)
 • Kabuuan10,086,292
 • Ranggo20th
 • Kapal189/km2 (490/milya kuwadrado)
 • Ranggo sa densidad20th
 • Male
5,137,773
 • Female
4,948,519
Pangalang turingUttarakhandi
Languages
 • OfficialHindi[1]
 • Additional officialSanskrit[2][3]
Sona ng orasUTC+05:30 (IST)
Kodigo ng ISO 3166IN-UT
Plaka ng sasakyanUK 01—XX
HDI (2011)Increase 0.515[4] (medium)
• Rank7th
Literacy (2011)79.63%
• Male88.33%
• Female70.70%
• Rank17th
Sex ratio (2011)963 / 1000
• Rank13th
Websaytuk.gov.in
^a Uttarakhand was formed by the Uttar Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2000 with the bifurcation of erstwhile Uttar Pradesh on November 9, 2000.
^b Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand. The town of Gairsain is envisaged as the state's new capital.
^c 70 seats are open for the direct election while 1 seat is reserved for the member of Anglo Indian community.

Mga sanggunianBaguhin

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  4. "Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index for Indian States-2011" (PDF). United Nations Development Programme. Hinango noong 17 July 2012.
  5. "Define Uttarakhand at Dictionary.com". Dictionary.com. Hinango noong 27 Agosto 2013.