Bhagwatgarh

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Bhagwatgarh
village
Country  India
State Rajasthan
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 322701

Bhagwatgarh is a village in South-west of Sawai Madhopur District in Rajasthan. It is surrounded by continuous series of mountains from south-west and river Banas from North-west. Its population is 11000 (According to Census 2007). 85% of them are dependent on agriculture.

Famous spots[edit]

Sapt-Kund, Temple of Bhagwan KeshavRai,Areneshwer Mahadev Temple, Kheda Pati BALAJI temple and many others.In Sapt Kund there have Seven Kunds. Every Kund makes for Specific Purpose. It's a Miracle that The Water comes Continues 12 Months in One Specific Kund through jal-Dhara(Hills). There is a natural Place and become very Beautiful in rainny Season.

How to reach Bhagwatgarh[edit]

Bhagwatgarh is Directly connected to District Headquarters (Sawai Madhopur). Nearest railway station is "Chauth ka Barwara" (17 km) and SawaiMadhopur (25 km). Nearest Airport is Jaipur (130 km).want to approach from sawaimadhopur,you can get buses in front of main post-office of sawaimadhopur. Bhagwatgarh as the name suggest it has an interesting story. there are many ancient castles and Baawadis. there is Khera Pati Balaji who fulfills the desire of his children.

Fame of Bhagwatgarh[edit]

Bhagwatgarh has given many doctors, engineers, teachers, businessmen and many other personalities to this world. This town has established its name very well in the field of education.

Coordinates: 26°12′N 82°06′E / 26.200°N 82.100°E / 26.200; 82.100