Located on Road connecting Jalor and Pali at a distance of 26 km from Ahore.
Bhadrajan. — A slight notice is due to the principal fiefs of Jalor, as well as the fiscal towns of this domain. Bhadrajan is a town of five hundred houses (three-fourths of which are of the Mina class), situated in the midst of a cluster of hills, having a small fort. The chief is of the Jodha clan ; his fief connects Jalor with Pali in Godwar.
Population of Bhadrajoon according to Census 2011, stood at 5546 (Males : 2859, Females : 2687).
- Dasharatha Sharma:Early Chauhān dynasties, Towns and Villages of Chauhan Dominions, Sn.115
- James Todd Annals/Sketch of the Indian Desert, Vol.III, p.1269
- Web-page of Bhadrajoon village at Census-2011 website
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