Population of the town
It is a municipality with population of 17,339.
Villages in Weir tehsil
Aipur, Ajanhera, Ajroda, Alipur, Amoli, Araji Babekhar, Ataripura, Atrampura, Babekhar, Bachhren, Bai, Bajhera Kalan, Bajhera Khurd, Ballabhgarh, Bansi Weir, Bara Khurd, Barauli, Beri, Bewar, Bhagora, Bhagwanpur, Bhaiseena, Bhodagaon, Bhootauli, Bhopar, Bhusawar, Bijwari, Boraj, Chaintoli, Chak Dharsoni, Chak Kherli Goojar, Chhokarwara Kalan, Chhokarwara Khurd, Dayapur, Deewali, Dharsoni, Faujipura, Gangroli, Garhi Brahmanan, Garhi Sadh, Gazipur, Ghatri, Gogera, Gothra Wair, Govindpura Wair, Gudhakar, Halena, Hatauri, Hateejar, Hingota, Hisamada, Irniya, Itamada, Jagjiwanpur, Jahaj, Jahanpur, Jaswar, Jat Balai, Jatpura Bharatpur, Jeewad, Jhalatala, Jharonti, Kalohar, Kamalpura, Kamra Morooda, Khadraya, Khairora, Khanpur, Kharbera, Khaspur, Kherli Brahmanan, Kherli Goojar, Khirni, Khohra, Khohri, Kirawali, Kotki, Lakhanpur, Luhasa, Maharajpura Weir, Mahmadpur, Mahtoli, Maidpur, Mainapura, Majhadpur, Malahera, Malpur, Mokhroli, Moloni, Moodiya Gandhar, Moodiya Jat, Moodiya Laleeta, Moodiya Sad, Moosepur, Morooda, Muhari, Mukhena, Nagla Bandh, Nagla Bhawla, Nagla Hetram, Nagla Jodha, Nagla Kothari, Nagla Nathuram, Naiwara, Naiwari, Narharpur, Naroli, Naswara, Nawalpura, Nawar, Naya Barkhera, Nayagaon Khalsa, Nayagaon Mafi, Neemli, Nithar, Nyamatpur, Pali, Pathena, Raheemgarh, Raipur, Rajgarh, Ramnagar, Ramnagar, Randheergarh, Rundh Naiwara, Salempur Kalan, Salempur Khurd, Samantpura, Samraya, Sarsaina, Sendhli, Shahjadpura, Shahpur, Shyosinghpura, Singarwali, Siras, Sita, Suhans, Suhari, Tajpur, Targawan, Tilchivi, Tundpura, Tyohari, Uloo, Umrend, Unapur, Weir (M),
Genealogy of Bharatpur Rulers
- Thakur Bhuri Singh of Sinsini
- -Thakur Ruria Singh of Sinsini
- --Thakur Khan Chand of Sinsini
- ---A. Thakur Bhagwant Singh
- ----Raja Ram Sinsinwar of Sinsini
- -----1.Kunwar Jorawar Singh of Sinsini
- -----2.'Dung Naresh' Fateh Singh of Sinsini
- ---B.Thakur Braj Raj Singh
- ----1.Rao Churaman Singh of Thun
- ----- Raja Mukham Singh of Thun
- ----2. Thakur Bhav Singh of Deeg
- ----- Raja Badan Singh of Deeg
- ------a. Maharaja Suraj Mal of Bharatpur
- ------b. Raja Pratap Singh of Weir
Source - Jat Kshatriya Culture
Keeping an eye on the instincts and traditions of his people and combining persuasion with force, Maharaja Suraj Mal proceeded cautiously to make the Jats acquiesce in the institution of Kingship, matrimonial relations with important families, grant of appanages to the members of the royal family. Under this policy Wair was given first to Pratap Singh, son of Badan Singh, and then to his son Bahadur Singh.  Pratap Singh with the title of "Raja" was granted Wair. 
Suraj Mal added stately magnificence and provided patronage to art and letters. We have for the first time come to know that it was at the instance of Suraj Mal, that Somnath, a poet whom he patronized, wrote a long poem, Brijendra Vinod. Later on when Somnath retired to Wair, Pratap Singh, the brother of Suraj Mal, extended to him his patronage. So also did Bahadur Singh son of Pratap Singh, a little afterwards.
Phulbari Palace: This is a view of the palace from a courtyard or empty tank in the foreground. Wer was founded by Badan Singh (r.1722-33), the Sinsini Jat who became the first Raja of Dig in 1722. He built a fort, another palace and gardens at Wer.
Laghukashi Fort, Safed Mahal (White Palace) and Phulbagri, Weir, Rajasthan. Weir was ruled by the lower branch of Sinsinwar Dynasty.The founder Raja Pratap Singh of Weir was younger brother of the great warrior Maharaja Suraj Mal of Bhartapur. The Bharatpur King and Weir King were cousin lines. Weir has a beautiful white palace and Fort. The Phulbagri was used to grow. zaffran (saffron). Heritage of Weir is now under renovation.
Kacheri at Wair
Kacheri with a gun in the foreground at Wer Fort in Rajasthan. This is a view looking across the courtyard towards the two-storeyed arcaded kacheri or court. The barrel of a massive iron cannon lies on the ground in the left foreground. The fort was built by Badan Singh (r.1722-33), the Sinsini Jat who became the first Raja of Dig in 1722.
This is a view of Wair Fort looking across the moat towards the crenellated ramparts and round corner bastions of the fort. It was built along with a palace and gardens by Badan Singh (r.1722-33), the Sinsini Jat who became the first Raja of Dig in 1722.
- Gajendra Singh Sinsinwar (ठाकुर गजेंद्र सिंह), from Wair, Bharatpur was a Social worker in Rajasthan.
- Maharaj Singh Sinsinwar (ठाकुर महाराज सिंह), from Wair (वैर), Bharatpur was a Social worker in Rajasthan.
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