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|• Density||286/km2 (740/sq mi)|
|• Official||Gujarati, Hindi|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Telephone code||91 02771|
|ISO 3166 code||IN-GJ|
|Sex ratio||941 ♂/♀|
Bhiloda has a Gram panchayat, primary and secondary school, higher secondary college, agricultural market, police station, several financial banks (Dena Bank, Gramin, BOI, Canara Bank, Union Bank, IDBI Bank, BOB, SDB and State Bank of India), a cottage hospital, and a private hospital.
As of the 2011 census, Bhilodi had a population of 16,074. It is a multicultural village. Hugh mix of people are living here including brahman, panchal, Chaudhary patel, darji, kshatriy, adivasi, bhil and sindhi. Most people from Bhiloda have settled in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Himmatnagar and other places due to business and jobs.
Places of interest in and around Bhiloda
There are several places of interest in and around Bhiloda. Mostly they are religious places. The most famous place is Shamlaji. Shamlaji is situated approximately 18 k.m. east of Bhiloda on National Highway 8 (NH8). Shamlaji is an ancient temple of Lord Vishnu. Idol of Shamlaji temple is made from black stone so local natives call deity 'Kaliya Thakar (કાળિયા ઠાકર)'. Lord Vishnu is also called 'Gadadhar' because he holds gada (ગદા) in his hand. In Bhiloda there is a historical Digamber Jain Temple known as ' Digamber Bawan Jinalay' & is known for its 'Kirti Stambh'. And one other historical place is "junabhavnath temple" is situated approximately 8 k.m.