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Badshahpur is located in Haryana
Badshahpur is located in India
Location in Haryana, India
Coordinates: 28°23′42″N 77°03′02″E / 28.394949°N 77.05046°E / 28.394949; 77.05046Coordinates: 28°23′42″N 77°03′02″E / 28.394949°N 77.05046°E / 28.394949; 77.05046
Country  India
State Haryana
District Gurgaon
Elevation 240 m (790 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 16,064
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 122101
ISO 3166 code IN-HR
Vehicle registration HR

Badshapur (Hindi: बादशाहपुर) is situated in Gurgaon, Haryana, India, its geographical coordinates are 28° 24' 0" North, 77° 3' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Bādshāhpur. The distance from main Gurgaon city and Badshahpur is only 9KM and it takes 8 minutes to reach by road.myt coaching owned by Mathematician Naveen H Singh is situated at badshahpur market.


Badshapur assembly constituency is dominated by Ahir voters which are nearly 35,000 in number.[1][2] Rao Narbir Singh Yadav is the sitting MLA from Badshahpur.[3] Caste composition of Badshahpur is 32,000 Ahir\yadavs, 10,000 Gujjars, 15,000 Brahmins, 14,000 Rajputs, 11,000 Punjabis and 10,000 Banias 7,000 Prajapati.[1]

Badshahpur is quite a large constituency it includes Manesar, Farrukhnagar, and some urban areas of Gurgaon. Villages under Badshahpur are Palda, Sakatpur, Narsinghpur, Sadhrana, Garhi, Harsaru,Palam Vihar, Mullaheda,Sector 15 Part 2,Sec - 67, Sec - 68, Gadoli, Naharpur, Rampur, Aklimpur, Kadipur, Sarhaul, Shikohpur, Teekli, Daultabad, Dundahera, Wazirpur, Hamirpur, Jhund Sarai, Dhanawas, Dhorka, Bhawani Enclave,Dhana Manesar, Saidpur, Mohammadpur, Patli, Judola, Narsighpur, Nurpur, Baskusla Manesar, Chandan Nagar Dhani, Basai Enclave, Sikandarpur Ghosi, Nathupur, DLF Phase 3, Rail Vihar, Sector 57, Greenwood City Sector 45, Tigra, Darbaripur, Hasanpur, Begampur Khatola, DLF Phase 2, Dankot,Ikbal Pur, Kaliyawas, Sultanpur, Sikandarpur Ghosi, Darbaripur, Khandsa, Islampur, Jharsa, Nathupur, Palam Vihar, Ramgarh and Kherki Daula all significant landmarks of Gurgaon city fall under Badshapur assembly constituency.[4]

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  1. ^ a b "FG: High-Stakes Badshahpur". Retrieved 2016-01-01. 
  2. ^ Share on Twitter (2014-08-18). "BJP may name Gurgaon candidate after Modi visit - Times of India". Retrieved 2016-01-01. 
  3. ^ "Haryana Elections and Results- News and Updates on Chief Ministers, Cabinet and Governors". Retrieved 2016-01-01. 
  4. ^ Share on Twitter (2014-10-08). "'Social workers' rule the roost in Badshapur - Times of India". Retrieved 2016-01-01.