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Tibbi
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Tibbi
Tibbi (India)
Coordinates: 29°34′N74°31′E / 29.56°N 74.52°E / 29.56; 74.52 Coordinates: 29°34′N74°31′E / 29.56°N 74.52°E / 29.56; 74.52
Country India
State Rajasthan
District Hanumangarh
Government
  BodyTibbi
Population
 (2011)
  Total11,553
Languages
  Official Hindi, Bagri, Rajasthani, Punjabi
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
335526
Telephone code01539
ISO 3166 code RJ-IN
Vehicle registration 17 KM.
Nearest city Hanumangarh
Sex ratio 918:1000 :
Literacy54.8%
Lok Sabha constituency Sri Ganganagar
Vidhan Sabha constituency Sangaria
Civic agencyTibbi

Tibbi is one of the seven tehsil headquarters of Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan state in India. It is at the junction of Haryana, Punjab, and Rajasthan states. The total population as of 2011 is 11,553.

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Geography

It is also called the "Rice Belt of Rajasthan".[ citation needed ] Indira Gandhi Canal enters Rajasthan, from Punjab, at Masitawali and Talwara Jheel head village of Tibbi. The Ghaghar river (paleochannel of sacred Sarasvati River), which originates at Adi Badri, Haryana in Sivalik Hills in Haryana, also enter in Tibbi from Haryana, and it flows to Pakistan via Anupgarh and Ganganagar.

Demography

As per 2011 census, Tibi tehsil had a population of 165,217, of which 86,128 were males and 79,089 were females across 31,401 families with an average sex ratio of 918 female per 1000 male. The whole population live in Rural areas. The average literacy rate is 54.8% overall, 63.4% male and 45.4% female. [1]

Administration

The first elected Sarpanch of Tibbi village, under the Panchayati Raj System after Independence, was Thakur Kesari Singh Gahlot/Sisodiya. His son, Rajendra Singh Gahlot/Sisodiya, was also elected to the same post in the succeeding years.

History

Thakur Parasaram Singh Gahlot(sisodiya) came from Kuchera to tibbi village in 1769 during the rule of Maharaja Gaj Singh of the princely state of Bikaner.At that time, Nagaur King Bakht Singh and Bikaner Maharaja Gaj Singh were jointly fighting with Jodhpur Maharaja Ram Singh in Nagaur.After defeating the Medtiyas, Gaj Singh gave villages as a reward to the assistant Thakurs.Then Thakur Parsaram Singh got the Bhomiyat of Tibi pargana by Gaj Singh in 1769 and they had share tibbi's land with DHAKA'S . He ended the Robbery and fear of Mushlim Akranta Sher Khan here. The village of Sherekan near Tibbi is named after the same robber.The "Gaddi" here was constructed by Bikaner Maharaj Surat Singh in 1801, which is currently the Tibbi police station.

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