Barauli Rao

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Barauli Rao
Town
Barauli Rao is located in Uttar Pradesh
Barauli Rao
Barauli Rao
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 27°02′43″N 79°58′59″E / 27.04528°N 79.98306°E / 27.04528; 79.98306Coordinates: 27°02′43″N 79°58′59″E / 27.04528°N 79.98306°E / 27.04528; 79.98306
Country  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Aligarh
Population
 • Total 50,000
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 202126
Telephone code 248
Lok Sabha constituency Aligarh

Barauli Rao is a town, panchayat block and Vidhansabha constituency in Aligarh district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.

Location[edit]

It is situated 25 km from Aligarh city, which is famous for Aligarh Muslim University.

Barauli Rao is 15 km distance from Qasimpur Power House Colony, 20 km distance from Harduaganj Thermal Power Station and 25 km distance from Aligarh.

Barauli Rao is located on the west side of Aligarh.

History[edit]

Barauli Fort's main gate

Barauli was a jagir during British India owned by the Rajas of the Badgujar Rajput community.[citation needed]

Notable people[edit]

Rao Karan Singh of Barauli estate
Rao Rajkumar Singh of Barauli estate

The title of Rao firstly used by Raja Pratap Singh, the founder king of Barauli state. After that it was also used in Kahteria Rajput's Bajgarhi state at the time of Raja Pirthi Raj and was prefixed to the name of the eldest son Rao Raja Raghuraj Singh. In 1931 title of Rao of Barauli was made hereditary by British.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2001 India census,[1] Barauli Rao had a population of 5,000. Males constitute 70% of the population and females 30%. Barauli Rao has an average literacy rate of 20%. 15% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Community[edit]

Barauli Rao has many schools, and one college, Barauli Inter College barauli Rao Aligarh, located on Main Road. There is a local police department on the Main Road. Barauli Rao has 1 bank, Gramin Bank[2] & State Bank of India.

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