|Author of this article is Laxman Burdak लक्ष्मण बुरड़क|
- For the gotra see Badhal
Badhal Village (बधाल) is in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan. Its ancient name as mentioned in Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) was Bhadrasana (भद्रासन).
A person named Badhal in lineage of Tomar Jats founded this village.
Its population is about 8,300.
It is located on railway line between Ringas and Renwal. Neighbouring village is Luniyawas.
A group of Tomar Jats settled at place which was later known as Badhala. According to Bhat records a chieftain named Khadgal (खडगल) settled along with his companions and made it as his cantonment. This place later was known as Khandela. Khandelawati was popular after this warrior named Khadgal. after many genarations was born a person named Badhal (बधाल). He established his rule at Badhal Village. Khandela and Badhal Village are 30 miles apart. They ruled here from 10-14th century under Bhomiachara system. 
Recently discovered copper plate of Nagabhatta Pratihara reveals about his war between Rashtrakuttas. This inscription in sanskrit is reproduced below. We have to confirm yet about this village location.
Note - This inscription is yet unpublished.
|Badhal Nagabhatta Pratihara inscription of 815 AD |
- Bhinwa Ram Bochalia - Forest Ranger, Date of Birth : 5-July-1963, VPO - Badhal, Phulera, Jaipur, Present Address : 285, AWHO Colony, Amba Bari, Jaipur, Mobile Number : 9928073275
- Sugan Chand Jat (Bochaliya) - Kendriya Vidyalaya Lecturer, Date of Birth : 1-July-1962, VPO. Badhal (Bochaliya Ki Dhany), Dist. Jaipur, Present Address : 16, Kailash Nagar ,Near Kendriya Vidyalaya Quarters, Jhotwara Jaipur, Rajasthan, Phone : 0141-2341402
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