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History[change | change source]
Location[change | change source]
The village is 21 kilometres (13 miles) east of Laxmangarh and 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) from Nawalgarh. The borders villages and towns including Birodi Bari, Bidasar, Mirzwash, Dundlod and Nawalgarh. On the road into the village there is a well that supplies water to the village next to an abandoned well. On the left side of the road is a common area for Holi celebrations. There are many houses and a few shops to the left of the same road in village common area. One Banyan tree is planted by late Shree Ramu Ram Garhwal. The village school is on the right of the road to Laxmangarh leads to the Government Secondary School.
Economy[change | change source]
About 80% (1500) of the population are engaged in farming. Village agriculture is dependent on the monsoon rains although today many farms use artesian wells for irrigation.
Transportation[change | change source]
Bidsar is connected by a two lane asphalt road to Laxmangarh and Nawalgarh. Nawalgarh Railway station 8 km from Bidsar, is the nearest railway station, which is well connected from Jaipur, Delhi and other cities.
Education[change | change source]
The villagers claim to be fully literate while all children now attend school. However, many women remain illiterate, although literacy rates are improving. Many students of the village have obtained admission to pioneering engineering institutes as well as into medical colleges.
Religion[change | change source]
Villagers follow the Hindu religion. Jats, Harijans, Brahmins live in the village. They celebrate all major Hindu festivals.
Religious places[change | change source]
- Hari Baba Ashram, Bidsar (Chatarana Johra)
- Bala Giri Baba (Bhisrana Johra)
- Ganesh Ji Mandir (Kumana Johra)
- Shiv Mandir (Bidsar Bus Stand)