Nadol

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Nadol
Census town
Nadol is located in Rajasthan
Nadol
Nadol
Location in Rajasthan, India
Nadol is located in India
Nadol
Nadol
Nadol (India)
Coordinates: 25°22′01″N 73°27′00″E / 25.367°N 73.45°E / 25.367; 73.45Coordinates: 25°22′01″N 73°27′00″E / 25.367°N 73.45°E / 25.367; 73.45
Country India
StateRajasthan
DistrictPali
TalukasDesuri
Government
 • BodyGram Panchayat
Elevation
309 m (1,014 ft)
Population
(2001)
 • Total9,020
Languages
 • OfficialHindi, Marwari
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
306603
Telephone code02934
Vehicle registrationRJ-22
Sex ratio1033 /
Lok Sabha constituencyPali (Lok Sabha Constituency)
Vidhan Sabha constituencyBali
Civic agencyGram Panchayat
Avg. annual temperature30 °C (86 °F)
Avg. summer temperature44 °C (111 °F)
Avg. winter temperature05 °C (41 °F)
Websitewww.naadol.page.tl

Nadol is a census town in Desuri tehsil of Pali district, India. Ashapura Mataji temple and Shri Nadol Tirth attract pilgrims.

Demographics[edit]

According to Census 2001, Nadol has a population of 9,020, where male are 4,437 and female are 4,583.[1]

History[edit]

Nadol was originally called Naddula. The Chahamanas of Naddula (called Chauhans of Nadol in vernacular legends) ruled the town and its surrounding areas during the 10th-12th century CE. Their founder was Lakshmana was a prince of the Shakambhari Chahamana dynasty. He carved out a principality at Nadol, while his brother Simharaja ascended the ancestral throne.[2] Nadol was ruled by his descendants until Jayatasimha was defeated by the Ghurids. Later, the Jalor Chahamana king Udayasimha (a relative of Jayatasimha) captured Nadol.[3] The area was captured by the Delhi Sultanate after Alauddin Khalji defeated Udayasimha's descendant Kanhadadeva.

Transportation[edit]

Public transport systems in Nadol is very poor. It include the bus, auto, taxi's . Bus services of the passenger is also poor. Auto rickshaws & Taxi's are allowed to operate with any number of passengers Usually more than the capacity of the vehicle.

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Singh, R. B. (1964). History of the Chāhamānas. N. Kishore.