Bhagwatgarh (Chauth Ka Barwara, Sawai Madhopur)

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Bhagwatgarh
Country India
Government
 • TypeSarpanch
Area
 • Total4,493 ha (11,102 acres)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total8,048
 • Density180/km2 (460/sq mi)
Languages
Time zoneUTC+5.30
Pincode
322701[1]
Village code01308500
Vehicle registrationRJ-25
Sex ratio922 per 1000 /
Websitesawaimadhopur.rajasthan.gov.in

Bhagwatgarh is a small village of 4493 hectares in Chauth Ka Barwara Tehsil in Sawai Madhopur district, also known for Ranthambore National Park in the State of Rajasthan, India.[2] The village is administrated by a sarpanch who is elected representative of the village by the local elections. Bhagwatgarh depends on SAWAI MADHOPUR, the nearest town for all major economic activities.[3] The village has government-provided water facilities that include One tap, One Well supply, which is 150.00% of the total supply, One tank, One tubewell, and One handpump. The villagers also acquire water from some of the natural water sources - Two rivers, Two canals and Two springs. Bhagwatgarh is also surrounded by Two lakes. The population of the village depends on the source of drinking water during summer on Handpump. Bhagwatgarh's pin code is 322701[4], and village code is 01308500. The area of Bhagwatgarh is segregated as 349 hectares irrigated area, 1284 hectares unirrigated, the 777 hectare area under culturable waste (including gauchar and groves), and remaining 126 hectare area not available for cultivation.

Bhagwatgarh has One post office (Bhagwatgarh S.O) and Three Hundred public telephones. The village is connected with a single bus service. Bhagwatgarh has One bank, One credit society and One agricultural credit society for the regulation of economic activity. The village is also equipped with Two recreational centers.

The village has an uninterrupted 24 hours electric supply from a power grid.

Demographics

Bhagwatgarh is a census village in the district of Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. The village has a total population of 8048 and has total administration over 1527 houses which are connected to supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage.

  • Bhagwatgarh has 1068 children, 542 boys and 526 girls.
  • Scheduled caste counts for 1514 (18.81%) males constitute 760 (9.44%) of the population and females 754 (9.37%).
  • Scheduled tribe counts for 636 (7.90%) males constitute 330 (4.10%) of the population and females 306 (3.80%).

Medical facility

  • Bhagwatgarh has 3 hospitals in nearby town.

Educational institutions

As per the census 2011 report, 4524 people are literate in Bhagwatgarh out of which 2951 are males and 1573 are females.

Bhagwatgarh has the following educational facilities:

  • 1 Education facility
  • 3 Primary schools
  • 3 Upper primary schools
  • 3 Colleges in the nearby range
  • 1 Adult literacy center

Employment

According to a census 2011 report, 3272 people of the total population are employed. The workforce is 2079 male, 1193 female with 2590 (79.16%) of all workers being employed full-time, this includes 1788 males and 802 females. 788 males and 357 females are considered as the main cultivators with the help of 248 male and 167 female agricultural labor. 682 people are reported to work for a marginal period of time in the year.

They depend on the agricultural markets (Mandi) of the nearby towns of Sawai Madhopur to sell carpet and make their living.

References

  1. "Pin Code 322701 and Post Offices under 322701 Postal Code". www.mapsofindia.com. Retrieved 2021-03-10.
  2. "Pin Code 322701 and Post Offices under 322701 Postal Code". www.mapsofindia.com. Retrieved 2021-03-10.
  3. "322701 Pin Code, post offices list". indiamapia.com. Retrieved 2021-03-10.
  4. "Pincode 322701". www.prokerala.com. Retrieved 2021-03-10.

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