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Jharu Ka Bas
|Language||Rajasthani, Hindi & Shekhawati|
|Elevation||279 m (915 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Sardarpura or Jharu ka Bas is a village of the Tehsil Rajgarh (Rajasthan). It is situated at Latitude (28.524813), Longitude (75.512563) or +28° 31' 29.33" North, +75° 30' 45.23 East. According to the census of India 2011, Sardarpura has the total population 1,695, where male population 901, female population 794, and number of households are 308. It was founded in 1910 by Jharu Ram Poonia, after whom the Village has been named "Jharu Ka Bas" also. The Village is also known as the "Chhota Hameerwas" because, this village is separated from Hameerwas. Actually this village is considered under Hameerwas Grampanchayat and Shree Dhan Singh Pandu was the only sarpanch elected in this Grampanchayat, the resident of Sardarpura ever.
Sardarpura is surrounded by small villages like Bharind 2 km, Bangadwan 3 km, Jagmal Ki Dhani 3 km, and Hameerwas 2 km (on Rajgarh-Pilani road) distance.
Sardarpura is known for its extreme climate. Summer temperatures reach up to 52 degree Celsius between May and July, while winter temperatures reach sub-zero levels between December and January. Months of October and March are generally considered most pleasant. Sardarpura mostly suffers from low rain fall causing continuous drought for successive years.
This village is known From the "Pandu Pariwar", "Tota Pariwar", "Jharu Pariwar", "Pattu Pariwar" and Kulhariya, Sheoran, Saharan, Nai, and Harijan Pariwar.
Sardarpura is not accessible directly by rail, the nearest railway stations is Harpalu (Kalari) (6 km via unconstructed road and 13 km by road) served by North Western Railway zone and lying on the Sadulpur and Loharu junction Broad Gauge section. Loharu (49 km via Pilani) in Haryana and Sadulpur (20 km) Both are served by fully broad gauge sections. Nearest international airports are Jaipur and Delhi. Jaipur is 248 km from Sardarpura and Delhi is 191 km both are well connected by road.
Sardarpura has some worth watching visiting places like Poonia khap Panchayat, Dada Keshara Temple, and Holi which includes lots of entertainment and fun. But Dada Keshara temple is main attraction of this village, actually, this temple is known for Kabaddi tournament on the occasion of Janmashthami. Some fresco painted old Havelis are also situated in middle areas of Village.