|Elevation||298 m (978 ft)|
|• Official||English, Hindi|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Lalsot Municipality has total administration over 5,756 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage. It is also authorized to build roads within municipality limits and impose taxes on properties coming under its jurisdiction. This place is famous for Grain Mandi in local area and also famous for Pankaj Digital Photo Studio in Shiv Nagar Lalsot.
As of 2011[update] India census, Lalsot is a municipality city in district of Dausa, Rajasthan. The city is divided into 25 wards for which elections are held every five years. The Lalsot Municipality has a population of 34,363, of whom 17,816 are males and 16,547 are females as per the report released by Census India 2011.
The population of children age 0-6 is 4986, which is 14.51% of the total population of Lalsot. In Lalsot Municipality, the female sex ratio is of 929 against the state average of 928. The child sex ratio in Lalsot is around 870 compared to the Rajasthan state average of 888. The literacy rate of Lalsot city is 77.04%, higher than the state average of 66.11%. In Lalsot, male literacy is around 88.43% while female literacy is 64.91%.
Schedule Caste (SC) constitutes 12.59% while Schedule Tribe (ST) were 70% of the total population in Lalsot.
Out of the total population, 10,906 were engaged in work or business activity. 8,448 of these were male and 2,458 were female. In the census survey, a worker is defined as person who does business, job, service, and cultivator and labour activity. Of the total 10906 working population, 85.71% were engaged in main work while 14.29% of total workers were engaged in marginal work.
Lalsot is located at  It has an average elevation of 298 metres (977 feet)..
Hindi is the official language but Dhoondhari is the most common language which is used to communicate.
The Lalsot city is divided into 25 wards for which elections are held every five years.
Battle of Lalsot
Rajputs and Marathas fought a pitched battle in May 1787 called the Battle of Lalsot. Such was the state of things when the ascendancy of Mahadji Scindia received a signal from the combined forces of Marwar and Jaipur and the[clarification needed] of Lalsot in which the Maratha chief was defeated. It was the signal for the Rajputs to resume their alienated territory. Nor was the Rana of Mewar backward on the occasion when there a momentary gleam of the active virtue of past days. Maldas Mehta was civil minister of Mewar with Mauji Ram as his deputy, both men of talent and energy. They first effected the reduction of Nimbahera and the smaller garrisons of Marathas in its vicinity who from a sense of common danger assembled their detachments in Jawad which was also invested. Sivaji Nana the governor capitulated and was allowed to march out with his 442 effects. At the same time the sons of the Kal Megh of Thikana Begun-Mewar assembling drove the Marathas from Begun, Singoli etc. and the districts on the plateau while the Choondawats redeemed their ancient fief of Rampura and thus for a while the whole territory was recovered. Elated by success the united chiefs advanced to Chardu on the banks of the Rarkia a streamlet dividing Mewar from Malwa preparatory to further operations. Had these been confined to the maintenance of the places they had taken and which had been withheld in violation of treaties complete success might have crowned their efforts but in including Nimbahera in their capture they drew upon them the energetic Ahilya Bai, the regent queen of the Holkar State, who unluckily for them was at hand and who coalesced with Sindhia's partisans.
Hella Khyal Sangit Dangal
On the Festival of Ganguar Lalsot witnesses "Hella Khyal Sangit Dangal" − a tradition of past 265 years. In this festival Dangal parties continuously perform for 48 hours . Sangit Parties perform the art of music and Tukka songs through which they entertain the public and these songs always contains current affairs and issues, put forth their problems to government officers, or comment on social, political and economic issues. (In old days, religious and folk themes were popular in the public.)
Many people arrive to join this festival as it is a very big festival in the state. First half of this Dangal is dedicated to the old gods starting from Ganesha. This is one of the famous cultural events in Dausa district.
lasot is well known of "HELLA KHYAL SANGIT DANGAL". every year is organized by the nagar palika of lalsot in purani anaj mandi lalsot.
Lalsot cricket cup
It is being organised from past 09 years. Gangaur cricket cup is an initiative of some citizens with sport and educational background . Generally the final match is scheduled for 1 January. According to their organizers and people Indian cricketer Pankaj Singh has played here. Teams from all states come here to participate in this Cricket Cup in Lalsot. The sport ground of Shri Ashok Sharma Senior Secondary School is used for organizing this cup.
Temples and religious spots
- Shri Paplaj Mata Mandir:The Temple of Paplaj Mata Ji is situated in the sub-district Lalsot. The goddess is worshiped by Hindus. People were coming from several states of India.
- Khurra ki Mata Situated near Mandavari Gram. It is the most common temple where thousands of people come from different states of India.
- BYAI MATA JI Situated between Arawali range and Dhav River.
- Binori BALAJI Situated near Suratpura Dam.
- GHATA KA BALAJI and BHAIRON JI MAHARAJ Situated at NH-11A road, at the border of Didwana and Lalsot. It is the starting of the city Lalsot and it is also one of the oldest temples of this city.
- JOBNER JWALA MATA JI Situated in Didwana village on the mountain
- JIND BABA Situated near Lalsot and Khatwa village. There is worship by Sharma, Meena, Gurjar, jangid and Agarwal caste.
- ramsala village didwana historical place (balkhandi balaji tample)
- aed Jeed Hanuman Ji Situated between Arawali range near by village dhelal (didwana)
- Bhrammani Mata Ji Situated in mandawari town. Historical temple of Sakti, kuldevi of meena
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
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