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|• Total||30.57 km2 (11.80 sq mi)|
|Elevation||222 m (728 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|ISO 3166 code||IN-HR|
|Vehicle registration||HR 77|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Rohtak|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Beri|
'Dighal' is a village in the Jhajjar district of Haryana, India located about 70 kilometres (43 mi) northwest of New Delhi. Dighal is connected by NH-352. On NH-352 there is a Toll Tax also in village. Dighal is colonized by Digha JAAT, so it is called Dighal. Dighal is second largest village in Haryana. There is large number of ponds, two Gausala, 5 government school, temples and a Saheed Bhawan in village. Dighal gives large number of officers and soldiers to Indian Army. The village is on the route of many migratroy bird species which make Dighal an ideal location for bird watching. Hundreds of species of birds migrating from Africa and Northern Asia stop over. On 11 March 2013, Indian Times reported that the Marbeled Teal, Long-Billed Dowitcher, and Baikal Teal were spotted in the village. There are various temples in the village and Baba Mohjama Temple most famous in nearby villages.
The village holds the distinction of having the highest number of defense officers from the state of Haryana. Large number of sportsperson from this village. One of the largest villages in Haryana. The main industry is agriculture.
Politics and class
The prominent gotra (clan) in Dighal is Ahlawat and Kaushik. The majority of Dighal's population is of Jat heritage. Dighal is surrounded by lakes and wetlands and is on the route of many migratory bird species which make Dighal an idea location for bird watching. Hundreds of species of birds migrating from Africa and Northern Asia stop over. The 11 March 2013 Indian Times reported that the Marbeled Teal, Long-Billed Dowitcher, and Baikal Teal were spotted in 2013.
The one of the best thing of this village is that there is two "Gausala" cow ranch and all the milk is not to be sold. This is only for the calves.
There is a place named "VEER SAINIK YADGAR" founded by purav kalyan committee in 2013. This is the place which remind us about all the freedom fighter of Dighal village. There is a library in "VEER SAINIK YADGAR."
- Gangtan 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) away
- "Dighal Village in Beri (Jhajjar) Haryana villageinfo.in". villageinfo.in. Retrieved 21 August 2017.
- "Dighal Village Population - Beri - Jhajjar, Haryana". census2011.co.in. Retrieved 21 August 2017.
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