Phagi

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Phagi
tehsil
Political map of Phagi Tehsil in Hindi texts
Political map of Phagi Tehsil in Hindi texts
Phagi is located in Rajasthan
Phagi
Phagi
Phagi is located in India
Phagi
Phagi
Location in Rajasthan, India
Coordinates: 26°36′N 75°57′E / 26.6°N 75.95°E / 26.6; 75.95Coordinates: 26°36′N 75°57′E / 26.6°N 75.95°E / 26.6; 75.95
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Jaipur
Talukas Phagi
Government
 • Additional District Magistrate-II Tikam Chand Bohra[1]
 • Tehsildar Ravi Vijay[2]
 • Sub Divisional Officer Baldev Chaudhary[3]
Area[4]
 • Total 1,114.308 km2 (430.237 sq mi)
Elevation 383 m (1,257 ft)
Population
 • Total 161,610
 • Density 145/km2 (380/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 303005
Telephone code 911430
ISO 3166 code RJ-IN
Lok Sabha constituency Ajmer & Dausa[5]
Vidhan Sabha constituency Dudu & Chaksu[6]
Distance from Jaipur 51 kilometres (32 mi) South (land)
Distance from Malpura 41 kilometres (25 mi) North (land)
Distance from Dudu 40 kilometres (25 mi) East (land)
Distance from Chaksu 43 kilometres (27 mi) West (land)

Phagi (Hindi: फागी) is a tehsil and a panchayat samiti in Jaipur district in the state of Rajasthan, India. It has an average elevation of 383 m (1,257 ft).[7]

Phagi is also one of the Town in Phagi Tehsil in Jaipur District. Phagi is located on the intersection of SH2 and SH12 of Rajasthan.

Phagi tehsil is divided into seven Inspector Land Revenue Circles (or ILRCs) - Chittora, Chauru, Nimera, Phagi, Mandor, Madhorajpura and Renwal.[8]

ILRCs Phagi, Chauru, Mandor and Nimera are parts of Dudu assembly constituency and Ajmer (Lok Sabha constituency). ILRCs Chittora, Madhorajpura and Renwal are parts of Chaksu assembly constituency and Dausa (Lok Sabha constituency).

ILRC Phagi is subdivided into seven patwar circles - Chakwara, Phagi North, Phagi South, Phagi West, Bhojpura, Mandi and Shankarpura.

Holy places near by Phagi are Hanumanji's Temple at village Khera Hanumanji in Madhorajpura, Ranchordass ji ka Mandir at Sameliya, Kalyan ji ka Mandir at Diggi in Tonk district and Dadabari at Malpura, Auliya Baba Dargah at Rampura near small lake.

Phagi is 51  km far from its District Main City Jaipur . It is 36.0 km far from Sanganer near Jaipur .

Demographic of Phagi tehsil[edit]

According to 2011 Census,[9] there are 169 villages with 22,713 households having total population of 161,610 (with 52.12% males and 47.88% females) in Phagi Tehsil. Literacy rate in the tehsil is 63.2% (with 77.62% among males and 47.49% among females).[10] There are 185 primary schools, 6 primary health centres, 25 post offices in the tehsil. There are 7 commercial banks and 2 Co-operative banks in Tehsil.

Demographic of Phagi village[edit]

In Phagi village, there are 1,717 households with total population of 11,299 (with 52.33% males and 47.67% females), based on 2011 census.[11] Total area of village is 62.7 km2. There are 5 primary schools and one post office in the village. It has 2 commercial banks and 1 Co-operative bank. There is one cinema hall in Phagi village.

Villages in Phagi[edit]

Patwar circle Village
Chakwara Chakwara
Phagi North Phagi North
Phagi South Phagi South
Phagi West Phagi West
Bhojpura Datooli
Bhojpura
didawata didawata
Ramdev gi ki dhani
Bhanpura
Mukandpura nohar
hanutiya
Mandi Mandi
Mohanpura Ranwa
Rampura Railway
Shankarpura Chainpura @ Bharatpura
Shankarpura

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