Bagholi

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Bagholi
बाघोली
Village
Phool Singh Ji Ki Haveli, Bagholi
Phool Singh Ji Ki Haveli, Bagholi
Bagholi as shown within the map of the Indian state of Rajasthan
Bagholi as shown within the map of the Indian state of Rajasthan
Bagholi
Bagholi within the map of Rajasthan
Coordinates: 27°46′12″N 75°40′47″E / 27.770102°N 75.679594°E / 27.770102; 75.679594Coordinates: 27°46′12″N 75°40′47″E / 27.770102°N 75.679594°E / 27.770102; 75.679594
Country India
State Rajasthan
District Jhunjhunu district
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Bagholi is a village situated in Jhunjhunu district, in the Indian state of Rajasthan surrounding by the great Aravali hills.

History[edit]

This Village has a great history of Shekhawat rajputs. Bagholi has 08 panas, having a separate haveli of each. The biggest one Haveli belongs to Thakur Sahab Phool Singh Ji Sahab, members of this Haveli well known in this Paintalisa. One of the famous IAS officer Thakur Sahab Guman Singh ji was a great man. The first two officers in Forest Department also come from this Haveli, Sh. Ishwar Singh Ji (RANGER) and Sh. Shambhu Singh Ji (RANGER). In this village Thakur Durg singh ji ruled about 25 years as Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat after him Thakur Sahab Bhagwan Singh Ji ruled for 5 years. Both of them have done a lot for this Village. This Village has a first Grid station of electricity in this area. This village is also providing regular water supply to nearby villages and Khetri(copper mines).

Population[edit]

This village has a population near about 5 to 6 thousand. The main castes living are Rajputs (Shekhawats), Mali and Gurjars.

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