Samdari

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Samdari
समदडी
City
Samdari is located in Rajasthan
Samdari
Samdari
Samdari is located in India
Samdari
Samdari
Location in Rajasthan, India
Coordinates: 25°49′0″N 72°34′59″E / 25.81667°N 72.58306°E / 25.81667; 72.58306Coordinates: 25°49′0″N 72°34′59″E / 25.81667°N 72.58306°E / 25.81667; 72.58306
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Barmer district
Founded by Thakur Samdar Singh
Government
 • Type Democratic
 • Body Tehsil
Elevation 134 m (440 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 25,012
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration Rj 39
Nearest city Jodhpur, Balotra

Samdari is a tehsil of Barmer district in Rajasthan, northern India.

Demographics[edit]

According to the Indian Census 2011, the population of Samdari is 25012, where male population is 12805 and female population is 12207.[1]

Transport[edit]

In 2007 is a break of gauge junction station on Indian Railways. Broad gauge lines go to Munabao and Jodhpur, while a metre gauge line subject to conversion goes to Bhildi.[2] Now broad gauge has completed and passenger train has started from 16 October 2010.

Services[edit]

  • Transport - Bus Service, Train Service, Taxi Service etc.
  • Hospital - Govt. Hospital, Amrit Hospital, Vardhman Hospital.
  • Police Station - Govt. Rajasthan Police Station.
  • Road - Neat And Clear Roads.
  • Market - Ghor Ka Chokk Markets, Station Market.
  • Computer - Krishna Infotech.
  • Music - MegmumLine Records, Bhatti Music.
  • Photography - Many Photography Studios.
  • Video - Mukesh Production(Music Video/Short Film) and Many Studios.
  • School - Play Group to 12th Class(Hindi/English Medium).
  • College - Sankalp College.
  • Bank - SBBJ and Cooperative Banks.
  • Textile Shops - KR Textile, main road

NRI - LC Bhandari , Uttam Bhandari , Ashok bafna

Temples[edit]

  • Lalechi Mata Ka Mandir
  • Jain Temple
  • Pipa Ji Ka Mandir
  • Govind Ram Ji Ki Bagechi
  • Math Piple Mandir
  • Jhupa
  • Hinglaj Mandir
  • Sri Sewaram Ji Khatri Murti
  • Bajrang Vatika
  • All Samaj Mandir
  • Subhdra Mata Temple, Sanjada, Majal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Population
  2. ^ Railway Gazette International Supplement December 2007 p7