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Mandothi Village, Haryana, India – 100%

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Review of Mandothi Village in Jhajjar district:


“Being close to KMP and manufacturing hub gives us an edge in employment. Most of our village folks are employed locally in Bahadurgarh”

Review by Joginder

Overall Rating – 3/3

Overall Score – 95.24%

Duration of Stay – Long Term

Time of Visit – 2022

Purpose of Visit – Ancestral Place

Cover Image: Primary Health Center in Mandothi (Source: E-Dant Seva)

How to reach Mandothi Village:

  • “KMP Expressway is a walkable 2.5 km and we are only 12 km away from Bahadurgarh”.
  • The village is located in Bahadurgarh tehsil of Jhajjar district in Haryana, India. Mnadothi village is also a Gram Panchayat.
  • Mandohi is 22 km away from district headquarter Jhajjar.
  • Delhi-Haryana border is about 12 km east of the village. The last station on Green Line Delhi metro (“Brigadier Hoshiar Singh”) is only 11.8 km away
  • Mandothi village is located some 2.5 km off Western Peripheral Expressway (State highway #25). The 135 km long, 6-lane highway is also known as Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway. One can reach via Rohad-Mandothi-Dabora Marg approach road.
  • Delhi-Rohtak Corridor (National Highway #9) is at a mere distance of 3.5 km. This gives Mandothi excellent connectivity from all sides.
  • One can avail cabs/private cars and buses from the district HQ of Jhajjar (25 km) or from Bahadurgarh (12 km)
  • Bahadurgarh Bus stand is located 13 km away near National Highway #9 (Delhi-Rohtak Corridor)
  • The closest Railway Station is Rohed Nagar Halt (7 km), while Patel Nagar Railway Station in Delhi is 38 km by road.
  • Nearest major Airport is in New Delhi (41 km) Indira Gandhi International Airport

Places of Interest near Mandothi in Jhajjar

  • Dada Sita Ram Temple and Dada Budha Ram temple are situated inside the village. Mata Bhimeshwari Devi Mandir is located on the outskirts of Beri, at a distance of 25 km from the village.
  • Gurukul Jhajjar Museum, which has artefacts from all over India, is the largest museum in Harayana. It is located on the outskirts of Jhajjar, about 25 km from Mandothi.
  • Bua Wala Talab (Bua Hasan monument), along with group of tombs and mosques is 23 km away within city limits of Jhajjar
  • For nature enthusiasts, Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary and Ramsar Wetlands are located 41 km from Mandothi
Streets near Dada Budha Mandir (Source: Google Street View)
Bua Hasan Monument (Source: GemsofIndology)
Dada Sita Ram Temple (Source: Rohit Dalal)

Places to Stay near Mandothi

  • Hotel Royal Choice, Bahadurgarh is 13.5 km from Mandothi
  • Club Platinum Resort in Bahadurgarh is another reasonably priced hotel just 7 km from the village
  • Being a hub of farming and rural tourism, there are many farmstays which one can visit near Mandothi. Pratapgarh Farms (30 km), Rattangarh Farms (38 km), are two of the most popular stays.
  • Joygaon is a wholesome rural tourism destination where one can experience staying in huts, enjoy folk music and cuisine, learn pottery, try adventure sports.

Quality of Infrastructure in Mandothi Village:

Access from Main Highway – 3/3

Presence of School – 3/3

Healthcare Facilities – 3/3

Electricity – 3/3

Water Supply – 3/3

Mobile Network – 3/3

Overall Rating – 3/3


Review of Mandothi Village:

“In Mandothi, we grow basmati rice also. Wheat and sarso (mustard) in winters.

Sugarcane is also cultivated in our farms for diversification. It takes a long time, about 7-8 months to grow. Jaggery is made at home in villages. We have many sugar mills in Rohtak too.

Bahadurgarh is close by. There is a Medical college in Rohtak. We also have our own primary health centre.

There are lots of footwear factories in and around Bahadurgarh. Puma, Adidas Aqualite. Due to factories and manufacturing hub, our youngsters dont have to go outside the village to search for jobs.

In terms of education too, our village is quite ahead. There is PDM college, Delhi Public School where kids can go to study.

Ground water is sweet and potable. We also have cattle, buffalo and cows in village. We can easily make ghee at home. Sweets, dahi n lassi… all sorts of milk products

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