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Barrod is located in Rajasthan
Barrod is located in India
Coordinates: 27°53′41″N 76°22′05″E / 27.89472°N 76.36806°E / 27.89472; 76.36806Coordinates: 27°53′41″N 76°22′05″E / 27.89472°N 76.36806°E / 27.89472; 76.36806
Country India
State Rajasthan
District Alwar
Subdistrict Behror
 • Total 24,000
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)
Pincode 301020
ISO 3166 code RJ-IN

Barrod is the oldest[citation needed] village in Behror tehsil, Alwar District, Rajasthan, India. It is situated on State Highway No-14, RJ SH 14. The name is sometimes written as Bardod. Two villages come under the administration of the Barrod panchayat: Barrod and Kankara Barrod.


The village history.[citation needed] Barrod have four Thok, Ladawt thok, Rana ji ka thok, Ladji ka Thok,

Agriculture is the main occupation of the villagers, and vegetables are the main crops.

Since last decade or so Barrod has been emerging as a place counted in its vicinity of its surrounding villages — for providing facilities for children's education, selling their produce, shopping, trade, institutional interaction etc. Besides the Main Bazar that is in the center of town, there are a number of shop-clusters or markets specializing in merchandise like footwear, vegetables and fruits, medicines etc.

Places of interest and importance[edit]

Main landmarks of the village include Rudh Ka Mahal,
Government School and Community Hospitality Centre (CHC) and Dharamshala.
Barrod has a Punjab National Bank branch, PNB
Barroda Gramin Bank branch,
NABARD Office,
Govt post office 301020 and a Panchayti Suchan Bhawan.
Saraswati Foundation Trust. Sidhhhi Vinayak Marriage Garden Near Rewari Moad,

Most people speak a Hindi dialect called the Rath language, which is Haryanavi mixed with Rajasthani.

Places of Historical[edit]

Puran Mhal, Hathi pawan, Dhatriya Ki Chhatari, Purna Shiv Mandir at Rewari Moad, Big Talab with Temple, Chawandi mata Mandir, Bharu Jat, Bharu Mandir at Ladawt Thok,

Nearby cities and villages[edit]

Behror (also known as Rath, its connecting railway station), a junction on the Northern Zone of Indian Railways,