Tikran is a village in Dalmau block of Rae Bareli district, Uttar Pradesh, India.[2] It is located 8 km from Lalganj, the nearest large town.[3] As of 2011, it has a population of 1,011 people, in 181 households.[2] It has one primary school and no healthcare facilities and does not host a permanent market or weekly haat.[2] It belongs to the nyaya panchayat of Madhukarpur.[4]

Village in Uttar Pradesh, India

Map showing Tikran (#884) in Dalmau CD block

Location in Uttar Pradesh, India

26.220369°N 81.008962°E / 26.220369; 81.008962[1]

Country  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Raebareli

  Total 1.235 km2 (0.477 sq mi)

  Total 1,011
  Density 820/km2 (2,100/sq mi)

  Official Hindi
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration UP-35

The 1951 census recorded Tikran as comprising 3 hamlets, with a total population of 317 people (164 male and 153 female), in 67 households and 61 physical houses.[5] The area of the village was given as 299 acres.[5] 11 residents were literate, all male.[5] The village was listed as belonging to the pargana of Dalmau and the thana of Dalmau.[5]

The 1961 census recorded Tikran (as “Tikaran”) as comprising 3 hamlets, with a total population of 371 people (191 male and 180 female), in 14 (sic) households and 64 physical houses.[6] The area of the village was given as 299 acres.[6]

The 1981 census recorded Tikran (as “Tikaran”) as having a population of 507 people, in 103 households, and having an area of 121.41 hectares.[3] The main staple foods were listed as wheat and rice.[3]

The 1991 census recorded Tikran as having a total population of 558 people (285 male and 273 female), in 105 households and 104 physical houses.[4] The area of the village was listed as 121 hectares.[4] Members of the 0-6 age group numbered 137, or 25% of the total; this group was 62% male (85) and 38% female (52).[4] Members of scheduled castes numbered 355, or 64% of the village’s total population, while no members of scheduled tribes were recorded.[4] The literacy rate of the village was 30% (130 men and 39 women).[4] 245 people were classified as main workers (133 men and 112 women), while 0 people were classified as marginal workers; the remaining 313 residents were non-workers.[4] The breakdown of main workers by employment category was as follows: 205 cultivators (i.e. people who owned or leased their own land); 2 agricultural labourers (i.e. people who worked someone else’s land in return for payment); 0 workers in livestock, forestry, fishing, hunting, plantations, orchards, etc.; 0 in mining and quarrying; 0 household industry workers; 9 workers employed in other manufacturing, processing, service, and repair roles; 8 construction workers; 13 employed in trade and commerce; 2 employed in transport, storage, and communications; and 6 in other services.[4]

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  2. “Census of India 2011: Uttar Pradesh District Census Handbook – Rae Bareli, Part A (Village and Town Directory)”(PDF). Census 2011 India. pp. 306–30. Retrieved 18 August 2021.
  3. Census 1981 Uttar Pradesh: District Census Handbook Part XIII-A: Village & Town Directory, District Rae Bareli(PDF). 1982. pp. 158–9. Retrieved 18 August 2021.
  4. Census 1991 Series-25 Uttar Pradesh Part-XII B Village & Townwise Primary Census Abstract District Census Handbook District Raebareli(PDF). 1992. pp. xxiv–xxviii, 200–1. Retrieved 21 October 2021.
  5. Census of India, 1951: District Census Handbook Uttar Pradesh (42 – Rae Bareli District)(PDF). Allahabad. 1955. pp. 120–1. Retrieved 3 November 2021.
  6. Census 1961: District Census Handbook, Uttar Pradesh (39 – Raebareli District)(PDF). Lucknow. 1965. pp. lxxx-lxxxi of section “Dalmau Tahsil”. Retrieved 18 August 2021.
Populated places in Raebareli district
Cities and towns
Maharajganj tehsil
Bachhrawan block
Shivgarh block
Maharajganj block
Tiloi tehsil
Singhpur block
Tiloi block
Bahadurpur block
Raebareli tehsil
Harchandpur block
Amawan block
Sataon block
Rahi block
Lalganj tehsil
Khiron block
Sareni block
Lalganj block
Dalmau tehsil
Dalmau block
Deenshah Gaura block
Unchahar tehsil
Jagatpur block
Unchahar block
Rohaniya block
Salon tehsil
Dih block
Chhatoh block
Salon block

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