Dr Girish Chandra Dwivedi  has mentioned in his book The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire about historical records maintained by Khaps. A Sarva Khap Panchayat was held here in samvat 1727, 1764.
Bhainswal is the one of the prosperous and rich village of the Prabudh Nagar (Muzaffarnagar) District. This village has 52,000" Biggha land which is irrigated by Eastern Yamuna canal. Shamli Sugar Mills crushes Sugar cane grown in the village farms.
Population of Bhainswala according to Census 2001 is 7170, Where male population is 3833, While female population is 3337
The village has many notable Doctors and social activists like ----
- Dr. Randhir Singh
- Dr. Rajbir Singh
- Ch.Surajmal Singh
- Ch.Udaiveer Singh, headman of khap Batisa.
- Ch.Dalel Singh Kadiyan
- Ch.Dharamveer Singh
- Dr. Ashok kumar
- Ajay singh
- Anil Panwar
- Dr. Vikram singh
- Dr. Sudhir Panwar
Bhainswal Kalan (भैंसवाल कलां) . - There is another village by the same name Bhainswal Kalan in Sonepat district, Haryana, with 'Malik' Gotra and another village in Saharnpur district with Muslim population.
- Bhartia Kisaan Union Khap List: Battissa Khap",
- The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire/Bibliography, pp. 292-93
- Bhainswala on ourvillageindia.org
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