Ottarathiri Township

Ottarathiri Township (Burmese: ဥတ္တရသီရိမြို့နယ်) is one of Naypyidaw Union Territory's eight townships, located south of Mandalay Region in Burma.

History

Ottarathiri Township formerly part of Mandalay Division. The township was designated as one of the original townships constituting the new capital region of Naypyidaw on 26 March 2006 by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA).[1] 7 village tracts, consisting of 39 villages from Pyinmana Township, and 3 village tracts, consisting of 9 villages from Tatkon Township were separated to form Ottarathiri Township.

Demographics

2014

Historical Population
YearPop.±%
2014 81,620    

The 2014 Myanmar Census reported that Ottarathiri Township had a population of 81,620.[2] The population density was 98.2 people per km².[2] The census reported that the median age was 25.6 years, and 103 males per 100 females.[2] There were 18,661 households; the mean household size was 4.1.[2]

Reference

  1. "ဥတ္တရသီရိမြို့နယ်ဒေသဆိုင်ရာအချက်အလက်များ" (PDF). General Administration Department. 2017.
  2. "Ottarathiri Township Report" (PDF). 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census. October 2017.

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