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Bagla is located in Haryana
Bagla is located in India
Coordinates: 29°11′24″N 75°27′51″E / 29.190120°N 75.464100°E / 29.190120; 75.464100Coordinates: 29°11′24″N 75°27′51″E / 29.190120°N 75.464100°E / 29.190120; 75.464100
Country  India
State Haryana
District Hisar
 • Type Local government
 • Body Panchayat
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 125052
Vehicle registration HR-20

Bagla is a small village in Adampur Mandal, Hisar District,[1] Haryana State,[2][3] India.[4] Bagla is 13 km from its mandal main town Adampur along the Hisar-Adampur road.[5] Bagla is 26 km from its district main city Hisar,[6] and 265 km from its state main city Chandigarh.


When the first families settled in the village, they brought bullock carts called buggi. The village was called "buggi wala" because these buggi were a new thing for this area. Over time, "buggi wala" was shortened to Bagla.


The road connecting with district headquarters is known as Bagla Road, and in modern times this road has become a national highway.


Members of several castes live together in the village. The main occupation of the villagers in the past has been agriculture but in modern times many young people are finding occupations according to their interests. Perhaps the most famous of the Bagla tribe is perhaps Sandeep Bagla who played the lead character in the Indian soft porn film "00-slippage".


Bagla has a government high school[7] and two primary schools.[8] There is a private senior secondary school, Moga Devi Minda Memorial School.[9]

Bagla also has a temple of Jwala Mata, a multipurpose hall. and a multispeciality hospital named SL Minda Memorial Hospital.[10]


Bagla is in the Adampur Assembly segment constituency. The local governing body in Bagla is Panchayat. The current head of Panchayat, called as Sarpanch, is Rajendra Saharan since February 2016.[11][12]


  1. ^ District Village Directory, District Hissar. Director of Land Records, Haryana. 1985. pp. 4, 31. 
  2. ^ India. Director of Census Operations, Haryana; I. E. N. Chauhan (1974). District Census Handbook: Hisar. Government of Haryana. p. 156. 
  3. ^ India. Director of Census Operations, Haryana (1991). Census of India, 1991: Paper. p. 247. 
  4. ^ "Bagla". 2011 Census of India. Government of India. Archived from the original on 21 September 2017. Retrieved 21 September 2017. 
  5. ^ "800 boxes of illicit liquor seized". Tribune India, Hisar, 27 December 2002.
  6. ^ "Govt to hasten development projects ". Tribune India, 11 July 2011.
  7. ^ "List Of Govt. High Schools - Directorate of School Education". School Education Haryana website.
  8. ^ "Detail Of Total Schools As On 06-01-2016". Integrated Management Information System (IMIS) Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation Haryana District.
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