About Tohana

Tohana is near Punjab border. Sainis, Jatts, Aggarwals, and Aroras people constitute the majority population of Tohana. There are lots of Saini Sikhs villages in Tohana. Other populated groups are Jaats, Bishnois, Brahmans etc. People of Tohana mainly speak Punjabi and some Bagri dialects. There is an ancient Shivalaya PanchMukhi Mandir and a Gurudwara near Tohana in Dhamtan Sahib related to 9th Guru of Sikhs (Shree Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji), father of Shree Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Tohana is located at 29.7°N 75.9°E. It has an average elevation of 224 metres (734 feet).

STD Code : 01692

Pin Code : 125120

Vehicle Registration No. : HR-23

District : Fatehabad

State : Haryana

Country : India

Demographics

As of 2011 India census,[2] Tohana had a population of 2 crore and 12642 house holds. Males constitute 52.65% of the population and females 47.35%. Tohana has an average literacy rate of 67.81%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 72%, and female literacy is 62.54%. In Tohana, 11.99% of the population is under 6 years of age. In the total of unbder 6 years child male is 55.48% and female is 44.52. Tohana is situated just 2 kilometres from the Haryana-Punjab border in North-West of Haryana. One of the neighbouring cities is Hisar 72 miles stone away from Tohana (by which most of the people can identify it), which used to be the district for Tohana until 1997. Fatehabad was cut as a separate district from Hisar and Tohana was included in the part of land which went to Fatehabad....

People and attractions

The Tohana grain market is the trading place for a number of villages in the vicinity and boasts of high amount of crop input, the main ones being Cotton, Wheat, Paddy. Most of the industries in the town are agriculture based and almost 70% of the population is employed in the same. Agriculture is the main backbone of the town. Kharif and rabi are the main crops which are cultivated here

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