Bhoj Tipra lies on the hills that lie north of river Ghaggar that form the northern boundary of the Morni ‘ilaqa’. Beyond the hills of Tipra farther to the North lies Himachal and the imposing Bursinghdeo Range, a virtual straight wall that extends from Nahan in the east through Sarahan to Naina Tikkar in the West. The major district road 118 that connects Panchkula to Nahan crosses the Ghaggar at Chhamla. Just short of Badisher a road veers off to the west and climbs up the Tipra hills to run along the ridge virtually parallel to the Ghaggar that flows from East to West, cutting off Tipra hills from the main Morni hill range. The hill road takes one to Dhaman धामण a major dhani of the Tipra hills with colourfully painted houses built at different levels. Bhoj Tipra lies further to the West atop the highest hill of this northernmost range of Haryana. As per MNREGA records Bhoj Tipra comprises the following Dhanis- Bharat, Bhoj Tipra, Chaplana चपलाना, Dakori, Dhaman, Harsho हरसो, Kainan, Rewadi, Saradi and Sog सौग.
As on 1.1.2003 Bhoj Tipra (the dhani) has 164 registered voters, Harso has 100, Dhaman has 106, Chaplana has 87, Sog has 22, Sug has 21 and Kharuni has 19. Overall, 579 voters (328 male and 251 women) are registered at Polling Station No. 125 that caters to Bhoj Tipra area (as on 1.1.2013).
* As per the website of the District Administration of Panchkula Bhoj Tipra comprises the following dhanis- Bhaputi Rug, Bherely, Bho, Bhoj Tipra, Chaplana, Dhaman, Harsho, Jaliram Tipra, Jawala Tipra, Kainan, Katly, Kharuni खरुणी, Rewadi, Sarandi, Silyon, Sog and Sug सुंघ.
PIN Code: 134205
Hadbast No. 320
Patwar Circle: Bhoj Tipra
Qanugo Circle: Morni
Police Post: Morni
Police Station: Chandimandir (at Sector 23, Panchkula)
Panchayat: Bhoj Tipra
Village Code 57113
Assembly Constituency: Kalka (Code No.1)
Parliamentary Constituency: Ambala (Code No. 1)
Polling Station: Bhoj Tipra (No. 125)