Dhadharia Kalan

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Dhadharia Kalan (ढाढरिया कलां) or Dhadhariya Kalan or ‘Manda wala Dhadharia’ is a Jat village of Manda gotra in Degana tehsil of Nagaur district of Rajasthan


Manda Jats


It is situated at a distance of 40 km in south direction from Nagaur. The village is well planned and settled. One can reach here by private bus service from Kuchera, at a distance of 12 km, connected with Nagaur - Merta bus service.

Jat gotras


  • At the time of Census-2001, the population of Dhadharia Kalan was 2229 (Male: 1146, Female: 1083)[1]

According to Census-2011 information:

With total 391 families residing, Dhadhariya Kalan village has the population of 2322 (of which 1203 are males while 1119 are females).[2]


The village was under Jodhpur rulers. Manda gotra Jats were the first to settle here. Due to this, the village is also known as ‘Manda wala Dhadharia’. 95 % people of this village are Manda gotra Jats. The mother of Nathuram Mirdha was a Manda Jat of this village.[3]

Role in abolition of Jagirs - This village has played an important role in struggle against the Rajput rulers for the abolition of Jagirs. The Bhadora Charans of the Samantas did oppression of the villagers. In 1938 the villagers united and stopped giving levy to the Charans. The Jats had beaten the Charans and got them run away. The wife of Hanumanram Manda had played a significant role at that time.[4]

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