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The 25 Lok Sabha seats & Constituencies of Rajasthan

The Lok Sabha election delimitation map for Rajasthan

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Click here for 2009 Rajasthan Election Results!

Rajasthan happens to be one of the largest states in India in terms of the area. Mostly comprising of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan has 33 districts, with it's capital at Jaipur. Rajasthan has traditionally seen a clear fight between the Congress and the BJP. If one term is ruled by the Congress, the other goes to BJP and vice versa.

All 25 seats in Rajasthan go to polls on 7th May '2009.

Rajasthan Constituencies for 2009 Elections:

Rajasthan has 25 constituencies. Of these, 3 are reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 3 for Scheduled Tribes. With the new delimitation rules now in effect for the India 2009 Elections, Rajasthan sees some old constituencies give way to new ones like Jaipur Rural and Rajsamand. Here's a list of the Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan for 2009:

Constituencies of Rajasthan

1 - Ganganagar (SC) 2 - Churu 3 - Jhunjhunu
4 - Sikar 5 - Jaipur Rural 6 - Jaipur
7 - Alwar 8 - Bharatpur 9 - Karauli-Dholpur (SC)
10 - Dausa (ST) 11 - Tonk-Sawai Madhopur 12 - Kota
13 - Jhalawar-Baran 14 - Bhilwara 15 - Chhittorgarh
16 - Ajmer 17 - Nagaur 18 - Bikaner (SC)
19 - Jodhpur 20 - Pali 21 - Rajsamand
22 - Udaipur (ST) 23 - Banswara (ST) 24 - Jalore
25 - Barmer  
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2004 Parliamentary Election Results from Rajasthan:

If you are among those who look at past results, to get a trend for this year's election, then here's the tally of seats bagged by political parties in Rajasthan during 2004 elections. The magnitude of clout held by the BJP and Congress is made visible by the fact that of the 23 Political Parties including Independents and 185 contestants for 2004 election, BJP and Congress were the only two parties to win with 21 and 4 seats respectively. The volatility of Rajasthan voters is also showcased in the fact that despite providing BJP with a thumping victory in 2004, the 2008 elections saw a complete reversal of fates with Congress winning the state Assembly elections.

You can view our extensive Rajasthan election results to see who won and who lost from 1951 to till date.

Political Party

No. of Seats

Some Facts

BJP 21 Total Voters: 34711594
INC 4 Total Candidates: 185

MP's who won in 2004 from Rajasthan:

Here's a chance to know the MP's whom you got elected in 2004 General Elections from Rajasthan. This was the elections where some big-wigs lost like Girija Vyas from Congress and Jaswant Singh from BJP.

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Name

Party

Constituency

No. of Voters

Polling %

Winning Margin

Nihalchand Meghwal

Nihalchand Meghwal

BJP Ganganagar 1337857 54.04 7393

Dharmendra

Dharmendra

BJP Bikaner 1900686 56.68 57175

Ramsingh Kaswan

Ramsingh Kaswan

BJP Churu 1371821 60.79 29854

Sis Ram Ola

Sis Ram Ola

INC Jhunjhunu 1370602 49.72 23355

Subhash Maharia

Subhash Maharia

BJP Sikar 1476344 52.8 54683

Girdhari L Bhargava

Girdhari L Bhargava

BJP Jaipur 1896878 46.45 107186

Karan S Yadav

Karan S Yadav

INC Alwar 1262622 43 8371

Vishvendra Singh

Vishvendra Singh

BJP Bharatpur 1189295 48.52 111349

Ramswaroop Koli

Ramswaroop Koli

BJP Bayana 490633   59624

Sachin Pilot

Sachin Pilot

INC Dausa 1462421 49.02 114865

Kailash Meghwal

Kailash Meghwal

BJP Tonk 1278411 46.49 58512

Rasa S Rawat

Rasa S Rawat

BJP Ajmer 1203803 43.99 127976

Bhanwar Dangawas

Bhanwar Dangawas

BJP Nagaur 1436070 43.97 70627

Pusp Jain

Pusp Jain

BJP Pali 1195737 45.39 63238

Jaswant S Bishnoi

Jaswant S Bishnoi

BJP Jodhpur 1571950 55.02 42495

Manvendra Singh

Manvendra Singh

BJP Barmer 1638695 64 271888

Bangaru Susheela

Bangaru Susheela

BJP Jalore 1428582 45.91 39192

Kiran Maheshwari

Kiran Maheshwari

BJP Udaipur 1363337 55.72 74875

Dhansingh Rawat

Dhansingh Rawat

BJP Banswara 1373921 48.48 21683

Shrichand Kriplani

Shrichand Kriplani

BJP Chittorgarh 1385950 48.52 135770

Namo Narain Meena

Namo Narain Meena

INC Sawai Madhopur 665594   111163

Vijayendrapal Singh

Vijayendrapal Singh

BJP Bhilwara 1233703 50.23 60652

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Raghuveer S Koshal

BJP Kota 1327073 43.71 71778

Dushyant Singh

Dushyant Singh

BJP Jhalawar 1188576 47.76 81579

Mahaveer Bhagora

Mahaveer Bhagora

BJP Salumber 629834   24774
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