Dholpalia

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Dholpalia or Dholpaliya (धोलपालिया) is a small village in Laxmangarh tehsil in Sikar district in Rajasthan. It gets name from white limestone available in this area. It is a well planned village with no social evils.

Location

It is situated at a distance of 36 km from Sikar town in west direction, 3 km off-road from village Bodlasi.

Founders

History

It was founded by Ranwa Jats about 150 years back. The Ranwas, who fonded this village were earlier settled in Nathawatpura near Sikar town from where they moved to Bodlasi and later to Dholpalia, to escape from the excesses done by Jagirdars during those days. This was a khalsa village under direct control of Jaipur state.

Demography

As per Census-2011 statistics, Dholpaliya village has the total population of 432 (of which 201 are males while 231 are females).[1]

It is fully a Ranwa Jat's village. There are 70 families of Ranwas and one family each of Kajla and Dhaka gotras. There are no others castes in the village.

Notable persons from this village

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