Murwas Village Polpulation
Murwas is a Village located in the Taluka of Lateri, in the district of Vidisha district, in the state of Madhya Pradesh state with a total population of 5271. There are 972 houses in the Village.
Village name: Murwas
Taluka name: Lateri
State: Madhya Pradesh
Total population: 5271
House Holds: 972
Murwas Population by Sex
There are total of 2771 male persons and 2500 females and a total number of 1065 children below 6 years in Murwas.
The percentage of male population is 52.57%.
The percentage of female population is 47.43%.
The percentage of child population is 20.20%.
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