Rajgarh, Kota


Location in Rajasthan, India

Coordinates: 25°05′53″N 76°12′40″E / 25.098°N 76.211°E / 25.098; 76.211Coordinates: 25°05′53″N 76°12′40″E / 25.098°N 76.211°E / 25.098; 76.211
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Kota
  Body Gram panchayat
Elevation 256 m (840 ft)
Population (2001)
  Total 1,600
  Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Website www.rajgarh.weebly.com

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


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.[1]

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% of 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 of the people of 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 .


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 .

Birds Watching Site At Rata Devi

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


  1. "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.
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