Jirapur

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Jirapur
जीरापुर
city
Jirapur is located in Madhya Pradesh
Jirapur
Jirapur
Location in Madhya Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 24°01′N 76°23′E / 24.02°N 76.38°E / 24.02; 76.38Coordinates: 24°01′N 76°23′E / 24.02°N 76.38°E / 24.02; 76.38
Country  India
State Madhya Pradesh
District Rajgarh
Population (2011)
 • Total 21,724
 • Male 11,052
 • Female 10,672
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Pincode(s) 4656xx
Area code(s) +91-7370
Vehicle registration MP-39

Jirapur is a town and a nagar panchayat in Rajgarh district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

About Jirapur Tehsil[edit]

Jirapur is a Tehsil in Rajgarh District of Madhaya Pradesh State, India. It belongs to Bhopal Division. It is located 39 km towards west from District headquarters Rajgarh, 158 km from State capital Bhopal towards East.

Jirapur Tehsil is bounded by Khilchipur Tehsil towards East, Nalkheda Tehsil towards South, Susner Tehsil towards west, Bakani Tehsil towards North. Sarangpur City, Shajapur City, Pachore City, Jhalawar City are the nearby Cities to Jirapur. Jirapur consist of 88 Villages and 88 Panchayats. It is in the 434 m elevation(altitude).

Jhalawar, Ujjain (Avanti), Guna (string), Bhopal , Kota (Kotah) are the nearby Important tourist destinations to see.

For tourists, there are a few places to visit, such as the Balaji Temple, Jirapur dam; the Shiv temple near it, Dug Hanumanji for picnic. There is only one hotel in the town, namely Nakshatra. The town's first miniplex theatre is in development. Cricket is the popular game in the town. The local boys play the game in Mandi. The star players of the Jirapur Cricket team are Ashwin Pandit and Gourav Sharma. They have led the team to victory in numerous town matches.

Map of Jirapur Tehsil

Demographics[edit]

As of 2011 India census,[1] Jirapur had a population of 21,724. Males constitute 50.87% of the population and females 49.13%. Jirapur has an average literacy rate of 77.23%, higher than the national average of 69.32%. Male literacy is around 86.29% while female literacy rate is 67.90%. About 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Pin Codes of Jirapur Tehsil[edit]

  • 465691(Jirapur)
  • 465693(Machalpur)
  • 465689(Chhapiheda)
  • 465695(Pipliya Kulmi)

List of Villages in Jirapur[2][edit]

Agriya, Amlabeh, Arniya, Badgaon, Balaheda, Banda, Bangpura, Banskhedi, Barkhedi-umath, Barmankhedi, Batawda, Bawdikheda, Bhagora, Bhagori, Bhandawad, Bhanpura, Brahmangaon, Brahmankheda, Chilawad, Chokhanda, DEORI, Dhanoda, Dhatrawda, Dhaturiaya, Dobda, Dungri, Dupadiya, Gadgach, Gadiya , Gagorni , Ghoghatpur , Goriyakheda , Govindpura , Gulkhedi , Harigarh , Jethli , Jetpura , Jhadmau , Jharni , Jharniya, Kachnariya , Kaharkheda , Kandeli , Kashikhedi , Kawalsikheda , Khankri , Kharpa , Khedi , Khejadiya , Khokariya , Kodkiya, Kumda , Kumdi , Kundaliya , Lakhoni , Lasudliya , Lasudliya Kheraj , Laxmanpura , Limboda , Maharajpura , Meenagaon , Menakhedi , Mohan , Mohli , Mukundpura , Naiheda , Nandni , Padli , Padliya , Paroliya , Pipalda , Pipliya Bijarel , Pipliyakulmi , Polakheda , Polkheda , Rajahedi , Rajpura , Ramgarh , Ramnagar , Ranipura , Rupaheda , Sadalpur , Sirpoi , Surajpura , Tamoliya , Tapariyahedi , Ubhapan , Uchawada-uchawadi , Zirapur.

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