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Rajgarh, Kota

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Country  India
District  Kota
Website  www.rajgarh.weebly.com
Population  1,600 (2001)
ISO 3166 code  ISO 3166-2:IN
State  Rajasthan
Time zone  IST (UTC+5:30)
Elevation  256 m
Government body  Gram panchayat
Rajgarh, Kota

Rajgarh is a village in Sangod in Kota district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The village is administrated by a elected Sarpanch (Head of Village) who represents the village.


Map of Rajgarh, Rajasthan 325601


Rajgarh is located on the Paravan Riverside. It is a historical village known as Tikana Rajgarh of Kota Reyasat.


The village population is 1781 in 344 families, of which 927 are males while 854 are females as per Population Census 2011.

Children age 0-6 number 256 or 14.37%. The Average Sex Ratio is 921, lower than the state average of 928. The Child Sex Ratio 1098, higher than Rajasthan average of 888.

The village has a literacy rate of 72% compared to 66% average in Rajasthan. The male literacy stands at 85%, while female literacy rate was 58%.

Selected data

  • Category Total Male Female
  • Schedule Caste 701 378 323
  • Schedule Tribe 73 37 36
  • Literacy 72.39% 84.97 % 58.33%
  • Total Workers 802 516 286
  • Main Worker 352 0 0
  • Marginal Worker 450 193 257
  • Kulama Balaji

    Kulama Balaji is the ancient temple of lord Hanuman. It is a main religious center for Hindus from Kota, Bundi, Baran and Jhalawad.

    8 Pillared Cenotaph

    The 8 Pillared Cenotaph is a chhatri that is located on the Paravan riverside.

    Rata Devi

    Rata Devi is an ancient Hindu temple which is situated in sorsan wildlife site near Rajgarh village. [1]

    This temple is in runnel side of rivulet known as “Rata Daha” in arean ( local ) language that is flow towards Paravan river and get together Paravan river at a distance of 500 meters from Rata Devi temple .

    Bird-watching at Rata Devi

    The Paravan river and Rata Daha (rivulet) meeting place is good scene to watch various type of birds. It is an attractive and likely vanue to the birds. Some wild animals come here to drink water, mostly deer of Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary.


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