Sadulpur (Rajgarh राजगढ़)
Sadulpur (Rajgarh राजगढ़) is a Tehsil in Churu district in
Rajasthan. It is located at 26.3° N 74.62° E. It has an average elevation of 479 metres (1571 feet). Sadulpur is also known as
Rajgarh. Now Sadulpur is connected by broad gage railway line to Delhi and Churu.
As of 2001 India census India, Rajgarh had a population of 48,057. Males
constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Rajgarh has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 65%.
Dialect: The main language of the people of town is Rajasthani and Hindi.
Agriculture: Bajra, Gwar, Moth, Moong, gram and wheat.
Member of Legislative Assembly:
The present MLA is Kamla Kasba (BJP)
The present chaiman is Taj Bibi
The Pradhan of Sadulpur
(Rajgarh) Panchayat Samity (in 2010 elction) is Vimla Punia from Congress.
Sadulpur is a town in Churu district of
Rajasthan is the birth place of steel king Lakshmi Mittal and Bimal Jalan of the Reserve Bank of India and Prahlad Rai Sharma of the
Birla Group . Sadulpur is facing a lot of infrastructural problems and is growing at a rapid pace .there are other well placed business
families from this town who have been and are very successful businessmen in other states of India.
Steel king Laksmi Mittal
Lakshmi Niwas Mittal (born June 15, 1950) is a London-based Indian
billionaire industrialist, born in Sadulpur, in Churu district of Rajasthan, India, and residing in Kensington, London. He was listed in
the Forbes List of Billionaires (2006) as the 5th richest man and the richest Indian in the world. He spent his first years in Sadulpur,
living with his extended family in a house built by his grandfather. His family, from the Marwari Agarwal caste, was from humble roots.
They eventually moved to Kolkata where his father, Mohan, became a partner in a steel company and made a fortune. Lakshmi
graduated from St. Xavier's College, Calcutta with a commerce degree in 1969.
In 1994, due to differences with his father and brothers, he branched
out on his own, taking over the international operations of the Mittal steel business, which was already owned by the family. In March 2007, he was reported
the fifth wealthiest person in the world by Forbes Magazine
Gogaji birth place
It is said that the birth place of Gogaji
was Dadrewa village near Sadulpur in the Churu District (चूरू जिला). He was a
Chauhan Rajput and were rulers of this area during that period - around 900 AD. A fair is simultaneously held here too in his
memory. Gogaji 'samadhi' is made of marble and has two minarets and a boundary wall. His idol shows him riding a blue horse
and with a snake coiled around his neck.