Ashta

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Ashta (आष्टा) is town and tahsil and Sehore district in Madhya Pradesh.

Location

Village / Town - Ashta Town (आष्टा ), Tahsil - Ashta, District - Sehore M.P. आष्टा शहर , भोपाल - इन्दौर मार्ग और पचौर - कन्नौद मार्ग के चौराहा पर स्थित है । आसपास के गांव - खामखेड़ा , काजीखेड़ी , परोलिया , पलादिया , कोटरी , शिवखेड़ी , पगरी , बदालिया बरामद , मूड़खेड़ी , हकीमाबाद , वालोदिया

Jat Gotras

Villages in Ashta tahsil

Villages around Ashta, Sehore

Abdullapur, Ahmadpur, Amarpura, Amipur, Amkhedi, Amla Majju, Anandipura, Arniya Daud, Arniya Gaji, Arniya Johri, Arniya Ram, Aroliya, Aroliya (Jawar), Ashta (M), Atraliya, Atraliya, Awali Kheda, Badaliya Baramad (Dabari), Badariya Hat, Badghati, Badjhiri, Badkhola, Badliya Baramad, Badodiya Gadri, Bafapur (Wafapur), Bagdawada, Bager, Bahadarpura, Baijnath, Baj Khedi, Baja Khedi, Bala Kheda, Baman Khedi, Baman Khedi, Bamuliya Bhati, Bamuliya Khichi, Bamuliya Raimal, Bandariya Daliya, Banveerpura, Bapcha, Bapcha Baramad, Barchhapura, Barkheda, Barkhedi (Mewati), Barkhedi (Siddiqueganj), Baupura, Beda Khedi, Bhagwanpur, Bhamura, Bhana Khedi, Bhati Kheda, Bhatoni, Bhau Kheda, Bhaurasa, Bhavri Kalan (Bhauri Kalan), Bheel Khedi Sadak, Bherupur, Bhil Khedi, Bhonra, Bhuphod, Bilpan, Bisu Khedi, Bor Kheda, Burana Khedi, Chacha Khedi, Chamsi, Chancharsi, Channotha, Chhapar, Chhapri, Chhayan Kalan, Chhayan Khurd, Chintamanpura, Chopadiya, Dabri, Dalpatpura, Darapur, Darkheda, Dauniya, Deepla Khedi, Dehmat, Dewan Khedi, Dhanana, Dhankhedi, Dhinga Khedi, Dhurada Kalan, Dhurada Khurd, Dodi, Duka, Dupadiya, Gadra Khedi, Gajna, Gangal Kothri, Gau Khedi, Gawa Kheda, Ghanshyampura, Godi, Gondpura Dharampuri, Gopalpur, Govindpura, Gunjari, Guradiya Bada, Guradiya Kalan, Guradiya Khurd, Guradiya Manda, Guradiya Rao, Guradiya Rupchand, Guradiya Sirajuddin, Guradiya Varma, Guwadiya Bazyaft, Gwala, Gwali, Hajipur, Hakimabad, Hakimpur, Haliya Khedi, Hamid Khedi, Haraj Khedi, Harjipura, Harnawada, Harniyagaon, Hirapur, Husainpur Khedi, Ilahi, Ismail Khedi, Jafrabad, Jagannathpura, Jagmalpura, Jasmat, Jata Kheda, Jawar (NP), Jhajhanpura, Jharkhedi, Jhikdi (Mewati), Jhikdi Jawar, Jhilela, Jivapur Mahodia, Jssupura, Kabir Khedi, Kachnariya, Kadu Khedi, Kaji Khedi, Kajlas, Kakariya Khedi, Kalapipal, Kalyanpura, Kamalpur Khedi, Kanda Khedi, Kannod Mirzi, Kanya Khedi, Karman Khedi, Kasampura, Katla, Kautiya Nala, Kelapani, Keshopur, Kev Khedi, Khacharod Khadi, Khajuriya Jawar, Khajuriya Kasam, Khamkheda (Baijnath), Khamkheda Ashta, Khandaurapur, Khatsura, Khejda Kheda, Khempur, Kheniyapura, Kilerama (Fatehpur Kilerama), Killod, Kodakpura, Kothri Kalan, Kumdawada, Kundiya Dhaga, Kundiya Nathu, Kurawar, Kurli Kalan, Lachhirampura, Lakhiya, Lakhmipur, Lakhu Khedi, Lasudiya Khas, Lasudiya Par, Lasudiya Sukha, Lasudliya Vijaysingh, Loras Kalan, Loras Khurd, Magar Khedi, Maina, Mainakhedi, Mali Khedi, Malikhedi Bazyaft, Malipura, Malipura (Ashta), Mana Khedi, Manirampura, Mehmudabadkhedi, Memda Khedi, Metwara, Mirjapur, Mitthupura, Mohammadpur, Mohammadpur Pakhani, Molu Khedi, Moondla Mohaba, Morukhedi, Mubarakpur, Mugli, Mullani (Mangalpur), Mundi Khedi, Mundla, Muradpura, Murawar, Nanakpur, Nanjipura, Narpa Khedi, Navrangpur, Neelbad, Nimawara, Nipaniya Kalan, Nizamadi, Nogaon, Nomaniya, Pagariya Chor, Pagariya Hat, Pagri, Paladiya, Palasi, Pardi Khedi, Paroliya, Paroliya Chauhan, Parwa Gosai, Patariya Chauhan, Patariya Goyal, Pau Khedi, Phudra, Pili Karar Kala, Pipaliya Chamaran, Pipaliya Raidas, Pipaliya Salarsi, Pirana Khedi, Pithapura, Rampura Kalan, Rasulpura, Richhadiya, Rolagaon, Rupa Kheda, Rupeta, Samarda, Samardi, Samri, Sando Khedi, Sanga Khedi, Sankarpur, Satwada, Sekdapura, Semlibari, Seoda, Shahpur Magarda, Shahpura Pachapura, Shahwajpura, Shambhu Khedi, Sheku Kheda, Shiv Khedi, Shyampur Tappa, Shyampura Magarda, Siddiqueganj, Singarchori, Sobha Khedi, Sulkhedi, Tajpura, Tanda, Tigariya, Tipa Khedi, Titoriya, Tolkakheda, Udaipur, Udanpura, Umardad, Umarpur, Urli,

Mention by Panini

Ashtaka (अष्टक) is a term mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi. [1]


Ashtaka dhanva (आष्टक धन्व) is a term mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi. [2]

History

Ashta is located at 23.02°N 76.72°E. Running through the center of the city is a river named "Parvati River" after the Hindu goddess Parvati. The river is the main source of water for city's inhabitants. Near the river, there is a temple of Shiva, history of which is believed to date back 3500 years.

During the British India period, this area was ruled by Mirza Amjad Baig, regarded as founder of present-day Ashta. He not only brought transportation to the city, but also established an education system.

Notable persons

External links

Source

जानकारी स्रोत - संदीप पटेल (सोगरिया) शिक्षक (9827282664)

References