is also known as Bhopalgarh. The village is named after the king Bhopal Singh. The king Bhopal Singh was a adopted son of king Kesar Singh. The monument of the king is now sold to one of person of the village and is now not open for tourists.
Gadarmala, a thikana (titled estate or jagir) held by the descendants of Puranmal, the eleventh son of Maharana PRATAP SINGH I (1572-1597). Their title is 'Baba'. The parent house was Mangrop (Magrop), which was given to Puranmal. Two generations later, Puranmal's grandson, Mohkam Singh, received the village of Gurla as a jagir from his father, Nath Singh of Mangrop. Mohkam Singh gave one of his sons, Amar Singh, the jagir of Gadarmala, which is an offshoot of Gurla.
It is a small village. It is situated approx. 14 km away from Bhilwara. It is nearer to Mandal(Mandalgarh). Mandalgarh, a town near Baroli, 40 km northeast of Udaipur (southeast of Bhilwara). It has a fort, which is third in line to Mewar's other two great fortresses, Chittorgarh and Kumbhalgarh.