Villages in Dasua Tahsil
Abdullapur, Ado Chak, Aglaur, Ajmer, Aki Tunda, Alampur, Alar Pind, Alawal Isa, Ambala (Jattan), Ambwara, Argowal, Ashrafpur, Awan Ghore Shah, Babak, Badala Pukhta, Badhaya, Badial, Badla, Bagha, Baghiari, Bagol Kalan, Bagol Khurd, Bahadurpur, Bahla, Bahtiwala, Baich, Baja Chak, Bajwah, Bala, Balala, Balhra, Balla, Ballagan, Bangalipur, Banial, Baranda, Barohi, Basa, Basoya, Bassi Jajal Khan, Beb Nowal, Begpur, Berchha, Bhagaotipur, Bhagian, Bhaini Mirza Khan, Bhains Awan, Bhambowal, Bhana, Bhanowal, Bhatalu, Bhatian, Bhatoli, Bhatoli, Bhattida Pind, Bhekhowal, Bhogia, Bhuchhan, Bhulpur, Bija Bhatoli, Birampur, Biru Chak, Bisso Chak, Bodal, Brarowal, Budhi Pind, Budhu Barkat, Chahal, Chahang Basoya, Chak Alam, Chak Bamun, Chak Kasim, Chak Mehra, Chak Nurali, Chak Phala, Chak Suleman, Chanalta, Chandidass, Chhangial, Chhangla, Chhaurian, Chhaurian, Chipra, Chittowal, Chohak, Chohan, Chotala, Dadial, Daffer, Darapur, Darga Heri, Darya, Dasua (M Cl), Data, Data, Dehriwala, Dehriwala, Dhaddar, Dhadiala, Dhamian Khurd, Dharamkot, Dholia, Dholowal, Dhugga Kalan, Dhurian, Doburji, Dugari, Duggal Dawa Khri, Dulminwal, Dumana, Fatehgarh, Fatehpur, Fatehullapur, Feroze Rolia, Gag Jallo, Gag Sultan, Gahot, Galowal, Galowal, Gambhowal, Gandhowal, Ganga Chak, Gangian, Gardhiwala (M Cl), Garhdiwala, Garjeli, Gazi Bhatoli, Ghaian, Ghanipur Badhan, Ghogra, Ghorewaha, Ghull, Gill, Gilzian, Golara, Gondpur, Gorsian, Granthpur, Gujar Basoya, Haizam, Haler, Hambran, Hamza, Hardo Neknama, Hardo Patti Braich, Hardothala, Harsi Pind, Himmatpur, Ibrahimpur, Ibrahimpur, Jagal, Jaja, Jakowal, Jalal Chak, Jalal Nangal, Jalalpur, Jalota, Jamsher Chathial, Jand, Jandaur, Jandi, Jaura, Jhaj, Jhajji Pind, Jhambowal, Jhans, Jhawan, Jhingar Kalan, Jhingar Khurd, Jhojhar Chathial, Jia Natha, Jia Sahota Kalan, Jia Sahota Khurd, Jio Chak, Jitabaid, Johal, Kadari Chak, Kahlwan, Kaira, Kakoa, Kakrali, Kalajhingar, Kalewal, Kalianpur, Kalowal, Kalowal, Kaloya, Kalra, Kaluwal, Kaluwal Kotla, Kalyanpur, Kamalpur, Kan Dhalian, Kandhala Jattan, Kandhala Sheikhan, Kandhali Naurangpur, Kang, Kathana, Katohar, Kattowal, Kaulian, Kawan, Keharwali, Keshopur, Khakh, Khangwari, Khanpur, Kharl Khurd, Khepar, Khera Kotli, Kherabad, Khiala Balanda, Khokhar, Khokhar, Khokhar, Khokhar Dawa Khri, Khuda, Khun Khun Kalan, Khun Khun Khurd, Khun Khun Sarki, Khurd, Koi, Kolar, Korala Kalan, Korala Khurd, Kotli, Kotli, Kotli, Kotli, Kotli Khurd, Kumpur, Lalewal, Laminpur, Litt, Littar, Lodhi Chak, Ludhiani, Machhian, Madda, Mahal, Mahdipur, Makhowal, Makoowal, Malakpur Bodal, Malhewal, Malhian, Manak, Mand, Manga, Mangarh, Mangat, Manhota, Mannowal, Manpur, Masit Palkot, Mastiwal, Mehar Bhatoli, Mian Ka Pind, Miani, Miani Mewan, Mirpur, Mirzapur, Mohan, Mohkamgarh, Mokh, Morian, Munak, Munak Kalan, Munak Khurd, Munan, Mundian, Muradpur Narial, Musa, Nagre, Nai Chak, Nainowal Baid, Nandewal, Nangal, Nangal, Nangal, Nangal Farid, Nangal Jamal, Nangal Khunga, Naraingarh, Narur, Nathupur, Neknama Sanso, Neknampur, Nihalpur, Nussa, Odrah, Pakhowal, Pander, Pandori, Pandori Araian, Pandori Atwalan, Pandori Malhian, Panwan, Passi Bet, Passi Kandi, Pawen, Pindi Khair, Prompur, Pul Pukhta, Qharpur, Raghowal, Raghwal, Rai Chak, Raipur, Raj Dhan, Raj Palwan, Raja Kalan, Rajpur, Rajpur, Rajpur, Rajpur, Raju Dawa Khri, Ralhan, Ramdaspur, Rampur, Ramtatwali, Rana, Randhawa, Randian, Rani Pind, Rara, Rasulpur, Rattre, Rawan, Rupowal, Sadarpur, Safdarpur, Saggal, Sagran, Sahu Ka Pind, Saidowal, Saidupur, Sajjan, Sakrala, Salahpur, Salempur, Salempur, Salohar, San Chak, Sanghwal, Sansarpur, Sarain, Sarhala, Sarinpur, Sehge, Sehjowal, Serak, Shahpur, Shehbazpur, Sheikh, Shekhpur Khurd, Shekhupur Kalan, Shink Chathial, Sikri, Sohian, Sud, Sundia, Tahli, Takipur, Talla, Talwandi Dadian, Talwandi Jattan, Talwandi Salhan, Tandial, Terkiana, Thaker, Thakri, Thana, Thiara, Thinda, Toe Makhowal, Tulluwal, Tund, Tur, Unchi Bassi, Urmar, Urmar Tanda (M Cl), Usman Shahid, Zahura,
Dasua (Dasuya) name was derived from its historical events as it was destroyed and rebuilt ten times, hence the name Dasuya (Da meaning “Ten” and Suya “Built”).
River Beas flows in the west and seasonal rivers flows on the north (Takkar Sahib, Ghoghra region) and south (Odhra, Garna Sahib region). There are two major canals (upper doaba) and Uchchi Bassi irrigating the fields of Dasua region.
This region historically significant and house many ancient buildings (Mahabarat era). Dasuya has a historical significance and it is believed that this town dates back to the great Indian epic Mahabharata. There are many temples belonging to the Pandavas which are still in existence.
The major attraction nearby is the Garna Sahib gurudwara at bodal village. Shakti temple at Nai Abadi, the Baba Balak Nath temple at Skhiabad and Hari Baba temple at Hari Nagar are some pilgrim sports.
- Subedar Joginder Singh, Sena Medal, comes from village Dasua () in district Hoshiarpur, Punjab. He was in Unit-8 Sikh Regiment of the Indian Army.
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