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Bhadra/Bhadra is a town and a municipality in Hanumangarh district in the state of Rajasthan, India. The railway station name is Tehsil Bahadra. Bhadra in colloquial Marwari (a dialect of Hindi) means "The City of Grace". This name comes from the river Raslana Vithrika bhadra which no longer exists. Bhadra was founded by Bhadrak Community on the sangam of Varshvati and Swarnabhadra rivers which was a Janpad/Gantantra. Bhadra's history can be traced from the time of Mahabharata where it was mentioned that Bhadra is in Kurupradesh. Jats after being defeated by Mohmed Gazni in the year 1027 came to Jangalpradesh and rebuilt Bhadra. The town is well connected through a railroad on the Sri Ganganagar-Sadulpur(Rajgarh)-Jaipur line, and through state highways to Hisar and Sirsa in the neighboring state of Haryana.
Bhadra is located at  It has an average elevation of 192 metres (629 feet)..
Under Bhadra Tehsil there are 110 villages of which main villages are Kunji ,Uttradabas ( Tanwar Village)Bhadi, Malkash, Ninan, Chhani , Jhansal, Malkhera,Ajeetpura,Alayala, Ghotra patta Nethrana,Malsisar,Chhani Bari, Kirara Bara, Ghandhi Bari,Budher, Shivdanpura, Gadra, Asan, Bhangwa,Jhilodha, Bhangarh, Gadra, Bhirani,*DOBHI*, Sherda, Jogiwala, Amrpura, sahuwala, Patwa, Dabri,Mojana, Surtpurs, Sagra, Bibipur, Meriya, Kalana and Anoopsahar.
Some of the main intersections and stops are as follows: Murti Chowk, Ambedkar Chowk, Sanjay Chowk, Parshuram Chowk (Gur Mandi) and the Sahwa bus stand. One public garden is Gandhi Park. Dilsukhrai luhariwala Dharmshala and Chainwala Dharamshala are dharamsalas and are situated in the heart of city. It is used for public ceremonies like marriages and religious purposes (such as Bhagawat-Path,Durga pooja).
Some popular attractions include the following places: Kath Ki Haveli an 125 years old villa owned by Patawaris, Shri Kuldey dadi Mandir, Gandhi Park, Anaj-Mandi Mandir and Samadh Bhawan.
the bhadra tehsil is the leading area in the production of crops due to a very well irrigated system through canals. the main crop in the area are guar,wheat,Cotton, Bajra, Mung, Channa , jau, Modh , sesameseed.
As of 2001[update] India census, Bhadra(Nohar-Bhadra) had a population of 35,137. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Bhadra has an average literacy rate of 62%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 60% of the males and 40% of females literate. 15% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Education, commerce and industry has recently received high priority in Bhadra. Beed Bhadra is a Beautiful Village 18 km from Bhadra. Ninan is one of the famous village in Bhadra Tehsil. It is situated 13 km south east of the main city. Ninan is famous for Baba Ramdev mandir.Malsisar is also famous for lord meghnath temple and is 28 km from Bhadra.DABRI is one of the famous village in Bhadra tehsil.It is situated 28 km East of the main city. Dabri is famous for Shree Hanuman Mandir and College, school, etc.
Government school and Shive temple, girl school and government hospital, bank and every facility which available in city. Dhobi one of the famous village and known for old havelies and its nice artwork.
Mehliya village is 20 km away from bhadra.this is a small village of 150 houses. Gandhi Bari is a village on road to sirsa is a big village and bhadra have many politician from this village known for its rich diversity. Kirara bara is also very famous village for old havelies, architecture and vastu kala. Electricity and water is supplied to many other villages from Kirara bara.
Gunjasari is a Small village 10 Km. Away from Bhadra
Malkash Village is 28km from Tehsil Bhadra ,Malkash is a Aadrash village in Tehsil,Famous Place in village-Balaji Temple....
sahuwala is a village near ninan 30 km from bhadra. in sahuwala main cast are jaat( mainly maharia,beniwal),chhimpa.
- Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Bhadra
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
bhadra is a very powerful teh.in rajasthan.good market in railway side to bus stand.khachwana village is 22 k.m.from bhadra. it is very fortunable because thereare two canals in two sides.anoopshahr is a famous village of bhadra tehsil.in anoopshahr a large number of temple.the sidhbaba temple is a very famous temple.s.d.m school in anoopshahr is very famous school.in anoopshahr a very beautiful temple of krishna in gosala.anoopshahr is connected to jaipur,hanumangarh,sadlpur bhadra surtgarh by railway line.
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