Bhidauni is located in Uttar Pradesh
Bhidauni is a village and Gram panchayat of two villages, Kewat Nagla and Bhidauni officially known as Bhidauni Bangar located between the Yamuna river and Yamuna Expressway in the Mat Tehsil of Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh, India. The village is about 45 kilometres from Mathura City on the Raya Road joining to Bajna Road.

The residents or natives of Bhidauni and surroundings are called Brijwasi. The village had a population of 3,256 at the time of the 2011 census of India. The sex ratio was 880 and child sex ratio is 890. Uttar Pradesh state average for both ratios is 912 and 902 respectively.

There are no people from Scheduled Tribes in the village but many from the Schedule Castes, who constitute 30.01% of the population.

Village is located at 27°45′N 77°42′E / 27.750°N 77.700°E / 27.750; 77.700 on the east bank of Yamuna river, which is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) distant.

Bhidauni has an average elevation of 189 metres (600 feet). It is only 2 km away Yamuna Expressway also known as Taj Expressway which connecting with Agra to Greater Noida and Delhi.

There is a problem of salt water in the village. The village man has to bring the nearby tubewell and well water to the portable drinking water. farmer's now using deep borewell for farming. With the problem of salt water now drinking water is also being contaminated.

This page was last edited on 18 May 2018, at 08:10.
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