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Bagasara was conquered in about 1525 by Vala Mancha Bhaiya of Devgam Devli. Vala Mancha was succeeded by his son Bhaiya, from whom the Bagasara Kathis are called Bhaiyani. There are many bohras in the city .During British period, the town belonged to the Vala Kathis and is the seat of Kathiawar Agency thana.
As of 2001[update] India census, Bagasara had a population of 31,789. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Bagasara has an average literacy rate of 70%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 56% of the males and 44% of females literate. 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Bagasara is known for its imitation gold plated jewellery and Ari Bharat embroidery clothes. Square sheets chophaal, and women's scarves sadla, of native manufacture, are made here. There is a market for Gir timber.
There is a school founded by independence activist Lalchand Vora in 1931. In 1986, a very famous school started with the name Smt K.G.Dhanak Vidyamandir, near station road bagasara In 2016 New Science Private School Started That Sawstik public school. The many popular school named Rashtriya Shayar Shree Zaverchand Meghani High School, it has Science, Commerce and Arts faculty.
There is a college also named Dhanak College
Places of interest
- Ratneshwer mahadev mandir
- Jumma Masjid
- Nagina Masjid
- Masjid Al Noor (Markaz)
- Siddiqui Masjid
- Lalshahpir Dargah
- Peer Haji Hamidullah shah(Dangiya Peer) Dargah
- Ali Peer Dargah
- Nathusha Peer Dargah
- Ingarsha Peer Dargah
- Bhutnath Mahadev Temple
- Munjiyasar Dam
- Swaminarayan Mandir.
- Bal Krishna Haveli.
- Bageshwar Temple.
- Hanumanji Temple (Charan Pipali)
- Atalji garden.
- Pujay Shree Aapagiga ni jagya. (Hindu Temple in a famous point pujay Shree Apagiga ni jagya in Mahant Shree Jerambapu. And holiday place. Apagigabapu 2 years Bagasara Stop and Satadhar leave come in Bagasara also visit jagya.)
- Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency: Kathiawar (Public Domain text). VIII. Printed at the Government Central Press, Bombay. 1884. p. 373.
- Bagasara Taluka
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
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