Dadia

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Location of Dadia in Sikar district

Dadia (दादिया) or Dadiya or Dadhia is a village in Sikar tahsil in Sikar district in Rajasthan.

Location

Origin

The Founders

History

Jat Gotras

Population

As per Census-2011 statistics, Dadiya village has the total population of 2745 (of which 1374 are males while 1371 are females).[1]

Notable Persons

  • Richhpal Singh (Matwa) - KTPS , Date of Birth : 25-March-1959,V/PO.- Dadia, Via- Katrathal, distt.- Sikar, Present Address : C-105, Thermal Volony, Sakatpura, Kota, Phone : 0744-2371178, Mob: 9413385661
  • Shravan Kumar Jhajharia - Advocate, Ph:232309
  • Shahid Nathu Ram Mahla - From Dadia near Rampura Sikar, Rajasthan.

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Another Dadia in Greece

Dadia (Greek: Δαδιά) also with the second a accented is a village in the northwestern part of the Evros Prefecture in Greece located south-southwest of Orestiada, southwest of Soufli north of Feres, and northeast of Evros. Dadia is linked with the road connecting to the Greek National Road 51/E85 (Alexandroupoli - Soufli - Orestiada - Ormeni) to the east. Dadia is also in the municipality of Soufli. Its 2001 population was 800 for the village and 823 for the municipal district.

The name originates from a resinous pine wood which in the past was used for lighting.

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