|Elevation||260 m (850 ft)|
|• Additional official|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|ISO 3166 code||IN-HR|
|Vehicle registration||HR 92|
As of 2011 Indian Census, Radaur had a total population of 13,690, of which 7,250 were males and 6,440 were females. Population within the age group of 0 to 6 years was 1,467. The total number of literates in Radaur was 10,380, which constituted 75.8% of the population with male literacy of 78.9% and female literacy of 72.4%. The effective literacy rate of 7+ population of Radaur was 84.9%, of which male literacy rate was 89.5% and female literacy rate was 79.9%. The Scheduled Castes population was 2,410. Radaur had 2794 households in 2011.
As of 2001[update] India census, Radaur had a population of 11,737, of which 6,164 were males and 5,573 were females. Population in the age range of 0 to 6 years was 1,397. Radaur had an average literacy rate of 71.5%, male literacy was 75.8%, and female literacy was 66.8%.
Villages under Radaur TehsilEdit
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Alahar ,Alipura ,Amloha ,Antawa, Baindi , Bakana ,Bapa Bapoli,Barheri Barsan Basabt Pura Bhagu Majra Bhagwangarh Bubka Chamrori Daulat Pur Dholi Dholra Fateh Garh Gheshpur Ghilour Gumthala Hartan Hiran Chhapar Jathlana Jhaguri Jhinverheri Jubbal Kandrouli Kanjnu Karera M.t. Khajuri Kheri Lakha Singh Kherki Brahmnan Khurdban Lakshi Bans Lal Chhapar Madhu Bans Mandhar Mansoor Pur Marupur Masana Rangran Mohri Nachron Naggal Nagla Sadhan Palaka Pallewala Potli Purangarh Radaur Radouri Rajheri Rattan Garh Sadhura Sagri Sandhala Sandhali Sangi Pur, Satgoli, Sikandra, Silli Kalan , Silli Khurd.Thaska Khader , Topra Kalan, Unheri
Internal Areas in Radaur are (Shiv colony , Ganja colony ) Old temples of Radaur ( Shiv Mandir ,Guga peer madi ,Khera (Tarla sath)
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