The population of the village is about 5156. 432 families are Jats.
Other castes with no. of families are Muslim (150), Bhil (10), Meghwal (4), Bikhari (3), Mahajan (4), Rajput (3), Sant (1).
The village gets name after abundance of sand dunes at the site of village which are known as 'ret ke tile' in Rajasthani. The villagers helped in the reservation movement for Jats in OBC. They also helped the Indian Army during Indo=pak war in 1965 and 1971. During war these villagers had to shift else where.
- Jat Samaj, Agra, March 2003, p. 9
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