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Gudha Gorji Ka
Gudha Gorji Ka, Gudha Godji, Gudha Gaurji Ka, GUDHAगुढ़ा गौड़ज़ी
Town
गुढ़ा गौड़ज़ी
Gudha Gorji Ka is located in Rajasthan
Gudha Gorji Ka
Gudha Gorji Ka
Location in Rajasthan, India
Gudha Gorji Ka is located in India
Gudha Gorji Ka
Gudha Gorji Ka
Gudha Gorji Ka (India)
Coordinates: 27°53′20″N 75°29′03″E / 27.8889°N 75.4843°E / 27.8889; 75.4843Coordinates: 27°53′20″N 75°29′03″E / 27.8889°N 75.4843°E / 27.8889; 75.4843
Country India
StateRajasthan
Districtjhunjhunu
Founded byJhunjhar Singh Ji
Languages
 • OfficialMarwadi and Hindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
ISO 3166 codeRJ-IN
Vehicle registrationRJ-18
Websitewww.gudha.in

Gudha Gorji गुढ़ा गौड़ज़ी is a town and now a Tehsil in Sekhawati

region of Rajasthan, India.[1] The town is named after Saint Gudheshwar Maharaj (सन्त गुढ़ेश्वर महाराज) and a very religious and wise thukurainji named Gorji( गौड़ज़ी). Gudha Gorji is one of the important commercial towns in the Jhunjhunu district.

Gudhagorji गुढ़ा गौड़ज़ी is connected by state highway SH-37, and can be reached by car or bus from Jhunjhunu, Jaipur or Sikar. The town is about 33 km from Jhunjhunu, 50 km from Sikar and 140 km from Jaipur. At present there is no hi-fi hotel but there are hotels just to stay or for emergencies . However, tourists may stay either in dharamshala or at Jhunjhunu (झुंझुनूं) or Sikar (सीकर). The population of the village is approximately 12 Thousand.The village can be called to a town according to its development. The language used by local people is Marwari language(मारवाड़ी भाषा) but everyone knows Hindi (हिन्दी) as it is a part of north India.there is many schools nd college's.This village Calling Shiksha Nagari.

References

  1. ^ "Beneficiary Abstract". Archived from the original on 27 May 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2020.