Mandiraja, Banjarnegara

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Mandiraja (Javanese : ꦩꦤ꧀ꦢꦶꦫꦗ) is a district (kecamatan) in Banjarnegara Regency, Central Java, Indonesia. The district has an area of 52.62 km², with a population of 78,090 people at the 2020 Indonesian population census.[1] Mandiraja is the second largest town in the Banjarnegara regency after the regency's administrative town of Banjarnegara. Mandiraja is also 6 km east of the General Sudirman Airport. [2]

Mandiraja district
Kecamatan Mandiraja
ꦏꦼꦕꦩꦠ꧀ꦤ ꦩꦤ꧀ꦢꦶꦫꦗ
Bukit watu sodong in Mandiraja
Bukit watu sodong in Mandiraja
Official seal of Mandiraja district
nyawiji bedane (United in difference)
Mandiraja district is located in Java
Mandiraja district
Mandiraja district
Location in Java and Indonesia
Mandiraja district is located in Indonesia
Mandiraja district
Mandiraja district
Mandiraja district (Indonesia)
Mandiraja district is located in Asia
Mandiraja district
Mandiraja district
Mandiraja district (Asia)
Coordinates: 7°28′20″S 109°30′48″E / 7.47222°S 109.51333°E / -7.47222; 109.51333
Country Indonesia
ProvinceCentral Java Central Java
RegencyLambang Kabupaten Banjarnegara.gif Banjarnegara
 • CamatTuslam, S.Sos
 • SekretarisEndang Retnowati
 • Total52.62 km2 (20.32 sq mi)
132 m (433 ft)
 (Census 2020)
 • Total78,090
 • Density1,500/km2 (3,800/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+7 (Indonesia Western Time)
Area code(s)0286
Licence plateR


Mandiraja district is located in between 7°27'10" S and 109°31'22" E and is bordered by :

North Purbalingga Regency and Rakit District
South Kebumen Regency
West Purwareja Klampok District
East Purwanegara District

Village listEdit

Mandiraja has 16 villages and is further divided into 388 (RT) and 73 (RW) the following is the population of the Mandiraja by village in 2020: [3]

Village population 2020
Mandirajakulon 6,417
Mandirajawetan 5,042
Banjengan 2,472
Simbang 2,498
Kebakalan 1,660
Kertayasa 6,899
Candiwulan 2,683
Panggisari 5,155
Blimbing 2,653
Purwasaba 7.291
Glempang 6,585
Kebanaran 5,795
Kaliwungu 4,498
Somawangi 9,051
Jalatunda 5,492
Salamerta 5,068


Mandiraja District is part of the Banjarnegara Regency administrative area, located in the southwest in terms of the layout and geography of the area, the type of land area or shape including the Serayu River basin, which stretches from the same direction to the northern boundary between Mandiraja and Purbalingga Districts. The distance from Mandiraja District to the capital of the Banjarnegara Regency is about 21 km, and is located at an altitude of 132 metres above sea level. The condition of the area consists of lowland and hilly areas; Salamerta village, Glempang, Kebanaran, Somawangi and Jalatunda village are villages where the land is hilly, while the other 11 villages are low-lying areas.

Climate & WeatherEdit

Mandiraja has a tropical climate, with humidity ranging between +50-90%, peaking in December to March, with the lowest levels in July to September. The average rainfall annual is ±2.586 mm/year with a number of rainy days ± 188 days, with the rainy season occurring from November to March and the dry season from April to October.


In 2010, the district had a population of 63,779 inhabitants.[4] In the 2020 census, Mandiraja District had the third-largest population in the Banjarnegara Regency after the Punggelan and Purwanegara districts, with 78,090 inhabitants, which is spread over 16 villages. Mandiraja has a gender difference ratio of 96.22%, a population growth of 1.99%. Mandiraja is inhabited by various ethnic groups; the Javanese ethnic group is indigenous to this region, while besides them in Mandiraja there are also other ethnic groups such as Sundanese, Chinese, Arabs And others.

Ethnic groups in Mandiraja District 2020
ethnic person(%)


Achievement in the field of education in the Mandiraja District is closely related to educational facilities at the elementary school level in Mandiraja. In the 2018/2019 school year a teacher on average teaches 16 elementary school students, the higher the level of education the teacher burden is also increasingly increased, for junior high school education ( junior high school ) an average teacher reaches 25 junior high school students.[5]


Mandiraja has a traditional culture, including Wayang Kulit, a traditional Javanese art. In addition, there is a traditional musical instrument, the calung, a kind of idiophone made from bamboo, which is played by hitting the blades or segment.[6]


  1. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) Resmi Republik Indonesia .accessed date 21 March 2020.
  2. ^ "Profile Mandiraja Sub-district". Retrieved 26 August 2019.
  3. ^ Peraturan Menteri Dalam Negeri Nomor 137 Tahun 2020 tentang kode dan data wilayah administrasi pemerintahan accessed date 21 March 2020.
  4. ^ "Indonesia Population Census 2010".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  5. ^ Daftar Sekolah Lengkap di kabupaten accessed date 21 March 2020.
  6. ^ Pagelaran Wayang Kulit Di accessed date 21 March 2020.

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