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Malpura is located in Rajasthan
Location in Rajasthan, India
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Tonk
Elevation 332 m (1,089 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 27,242
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)



Malpura is a city and a municipality in Tonk district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Malpura is known for its Dadabadi, built by the Khartargach Sect of Shewtambar Jain in memory of 3rd Dada Gurudev Shri Jinkushalsurishwarji.


  • Geography 1
  • Transport 2
  • History 3
  • Battle of Malpura 4
  • Demographics 5
  • Notable sights 6
  • Villages in Malpura Mandal 7
  • References 8


Malpura is located at .[1] It has an average elevation of 132 metres (401 feet). Distance from Jaipur 90 km, Malpura is also Known for Avikanagar – 4 km from Malapura. It is famous for the Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute (CSWRI).


Malpura is connected by a two-lane highway. SH 12- connects jaipur to kankroli via Malpura, Kekri, Bhilwara. It will be converted to a mega highway that will decrease the time a vehicle takes to travel through route connecting Jaipur, Bhilwara and Udaipur.


It is the 'Nagari of king Maldev Panwar(Ronak tamoli)'(the founder of Malpura)Malpura's name is based on his name Main Thikana's (ruling Family's – Jagirdars). Panch Thikanas of Naruka Clan of Rajputs and thinkanas of khangrot clan

  1. kukad fort(khangrot clan) 22km near malpura
  2. Mehru
  3. Nimera
  4. khera
  5. Tilanju
  6. kerwaliya


  1. Rajpura
  2. Lamasingh
  3. Budha Dewal
  4. pachewar
  5. Diggi
  6. Deshma
  7. Deshmi is 10 K.M. From Malpura also Known For Chaturbhuj Nath and Sitaram ji Mandir and a Chabutra of Veer Teja ji Maharaj Near Village Talab and School. A Annual Fair of Teja ji Maharaj held Every Year on Teja Dashmi in Deshmi .......................Nandkishor Pareek (Deshmi)
  8. Bhashu
  9. Toda Raisingh
  10. Tordi
  11. Kacholiya
  12. Chandpura(Rajawat Clan)
  13. parli(Khangarot clan)
  14. Mandawara (khangarot clan)
  15. kuhara(khokhar clan)
  16. kurad

Battle of Malpura

A small battle between Jaipur and Sindhia kingdoms. The location of battle is about 4 miles south from malpura near Hindoli village.Naruka warier fought in the battle.


As of 2001 India census,[2] Malpura had a population of 27,242. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Malpura has an average literacy rate of 42%, lowerer than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 43%, and female literacy is 41%. In Malpura, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age. It is connected by road to bhilwara, Ajmer & Kota.

Notable sights

  • Onn mataji temple.
  • Shri Kalyan Temple Diggi=It is a famous temple which is 15 km away from malpura. Here a very ancient temple of god Kalyan(Vishnu) built by king digva is present .
  • Bisalpur Dam=It is situated 48 km away from malpura. It is one of the important dams project in Rajasthan built across Banas river.
  • Sindholiya temple
  • Lamba harisingh
  • Avikanagar. It is the largest sheep research centre of India located 5 km away from malpura along jaipur road.Kendriya Vidyalaya Avikanagar from 1st to 12th standard and Government Secondary School Avikanagar from 6th to 10th standard are also situated in the CSWRI Avikanagar campus. The director of CSWRI Avikanagar is Dr S.M.K Naqvi, who is the National fellow of National agricultural research system. He is known for his contribution in the field of small ruminant research.
  • Ghati Balaji
  • Malpura is also famous for its Jain Dadawadi and Adinath jain temple.
  • An important temple, Malpura dadawari of Dada Jinkushalsuriji is there.
  • It has one Government hospital & many private hospital such as Rekha Devi Memorial Hospital and a nursing college.

Villages in Malpura Mandal

Atoli, Awada, Barol, Chabrana, Chainpura, Chandsen, Chanvanndia, Desma, Devel, Dholi, Diggi, Dungri Kala, Ganwer, Hathgi, Indoli, Jhadali, Kacholia, Kadila, Kalmanda, Kantoli, Kirawal, Kurad, Lambaharising, Lawa, Malikpur, Morala, Nagar, Pachewar, Parli, Rajpura, Rendiliya, Sindoliya, Sitarampura , Soda,Bambori,Pratppura, Ajmeri, Bawari, Sitarampura, Sodabawari, Tilanjoo, Tordi, Shree gopalpura, Kamanda,

  • Soda village is famous for being first internet panchayat in India. Chhavi Rajawat is the youngest women sarpanch of her village soda. Soda is also the birthplace of Shri Ram Charan Maharaj, the founder of Antrastriya Ram Snehi sampradaya.
  • Parli is a village located in Malpura Tehsil near the border of Jaipur and Tonk district Parli is historical village, first naval martyr Sambu Singh Khangarot was native of Parli, Ragunath tample, Sitaram ji tample, Jain Mandir building is historical enriched.
  • kurad village is famous temple of banni wale bhairu ji maharaj , panch mukhi balaji , kurad sarpanch mrs bhanwar kanwar rajput ,

Kirawal village Have a temple the godess ma sati

  • Tordi village have a great dam known as Tordi sagar which made in 1887

The Dam is 1772 meter length and 14.2 meter height [3]


  1. ^ Falling Rain Genomics, Inc – Malpura
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01. 
  3. ^
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