Hapur

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Map of Hapur district

Hapur (हापुड़) district, formerly known as Panchsheel Nagar, was announced on 28 September 2011 as one of three But now known as Hapur, new district of Uttar Pradesh state of India. It was renamed in 2012. Hapur district is a part of Meerut division.

Variants

  • Hapur हापुड़, जिला मेरठ, उ.प्र., (AS, p.1018)
  • Hayapura (हयापुर) (AS, p.1018)
  • Harapura (हरपुर) (AS, p.1018)

Founders

It was probably founded by Haya Naga (हय नाग) (210-245) and was known as Hayapura (हयापुर). [1]

Tahsils in Hapur district

Hapur, Garhmukteshwar and Dhaulana

Villages in Hapur Tahsil

Abdullapur Basantpur Urf Farid, Abdullapur Modi, Achhaija, Agapur Sarai, Ahmadpur, Akdauli, Alampur, Allabuxpur Urf Bagadpur, Allipur Mugalpur, Anwarpur, Arifpur, Asodha, Asra, Atuta, Aurangabad, Ayadnagar(North), Ayadnagar (South), Azampur, Babugarh (NP), Bachhlauta, Bajhera Kalan, Bajhera Khurd, Barhanpur Vadali, Baroda Hinduvan, Baroda Sinhani, Basatpur, Beersinghpur, Bhadangpur, Bhameda, Bhatail, Bhatiana, Bhava, Bhikanpur, Bhimyari, Bhovapur, Bhudia, Brijnathpur, Chachoi, Chakrasenpur Babugarh, Chandpura, Chhajarsi Kuleechnagar, Chhajjupur, Chhapkauli, Chitauli, Dadayara, Dahana, Dahirpur Rajjakpur, Dahpa, Daulatpur Dhikari, Dayanagar, Dayanatpur, Dehra, Dhanaura, Dhanawali Urf Atav, Dharampur 15 Biswa, Dhaulana, Doma Tikri, Doymi, Duhri, Eklaidi, Fatehpur, Fatehpur Matnaura, Fazilpur Urf Meerpur, Firozabad Urf Sitadei, Firozpur, Galand, Gaundi, Ghunghrala, Girdharpur Tumrail, Gohra Alamgirpur, Goshmahiuddinpur Chhatnaura, Hafizpur Ubarpur, Hajipur, Hapur (MB), Harnathpur Kota, Harsinhpur, Hasanpur Hapur, Hasanpur Lodha, Haval, Havaspur Bigas, Himayunpur, Himmat Nagar, Hindalpur, Hirdaypur, Hoshdarpur Garhi, Imtori, Jadopur, Jarauthi, Jasrup Nagar, Kakori, Kakrana, Kamalpur, Kamaruddin Nagar, Kandauli, Kandola, Kaniya Kalyanpur, Kanvi, Kapoorpur, Karanpur Jatt, Karimpur Bhaipur, Kastala Kasmabad, Kathikhera, Khadkhadi, Khairpur Khairabad, Khera, Kripanagar Urf Bighepur, Kurana, Lakhan, Lakhrada, Lalpur Hapur, Lalpur, Latifpur Mazara Sapnavat, Madapur Mustafabad, Madhapur Mozampur, Mahiuddinpur Yusufabad, Mahmoodpur, Makramatpur Mithanpura, Malakpur Hapur, Mansoorpur, Matnavali, Meerapur, Meerpur Kalan, Meerpur Majra, Mirzapur, Mubarakpur Salamatpur, Mubarikpur Badarkha, Muhammadpur Azampur, Mukteshwara, Muradnagar, Muradpur Nizampur, Murshadpur, Murshadpur Majara Sapnawat, Mushrafpur Jhanda, Muzaffara Bagadpur, Nagla Chhajju, Nagla Gajju, Nagla Kashi, Naglaudairampur, Nali Husainpur, Nan, Nandpur, Naraina, Narainpur Vaska, Nawada, Nidhauli, Nizampur, Noorpur Hapur, Parpa, Parson, Partapur, Patna, Patti Vankhanda, Peernagar Sudna, Pilkhua Dehat, Pilkhuwa (MB), Pipla Bandpur, Piplehda, Pootha Husainpur, Raghunathpur, Rampur, Rasoolpur Bahlolpur, Ravali, Sadikpur, Sadullapur, Sadullapur Gokul, Salai, Salarprpur, Salepur Kotla, Samana, Sami, Sapanwat, Sarawani, Savadi, Shahbuddinpur, Shahbuddinpur Nagar, Shahpur Faraula, Shahpur Jatt, Shakarpur, Shaulana, Shekhpur, Shekhpur Khichara, Shivnagri, Shyam Nagar, Shyampur Jatt, Sikandarpur Kakaudi, Sikheda, Simrauli, Sirodhan, Siwaya, Sukhdeopur, Sultanpur, Tatarpur Hapur, Tigro, Tiyala, Udaipur, Upeda, Vankhanda, Wajheelpur, Yusufpur Kota, Zainuddinpur Urf Gazalpur,

History

Hapur is said to have been founded in the 10th century. It was granted by Daulat Scindia to his French general Pierre Cuillier-Perron at the end of the 18th century. Under the British Raj, Hapur was within Meerut District, was surrounded by several fine groves, and carried on considerable trade in sugar, jaggery (gur), grain, cotton, timber, bamboo, and brass and steel utensils. The important cavalry remount depot and farm of Babugarh adjoined the town.[2] Earlier it was within Ghaziabad district but in 2012 it became a separate district. It comes within Meerut commissionaire.

हापुड़ (उ.प्र.)

हापुड़ (AS, p.1018) उ.प्र. एक जिला है. यह दोर राजपूत हरदत्त का बसाया हुआ है। यहाँ औरंगजेब के समय की [p.1019]: एक मस्जिद है जिस पर 1081 हिजरी =1703 ई. का अभिलेख खुदा हैः कहा जाता है कि गयासुद्दीन तुगलक ने इस शहर में कुछ नागा लोंगों को देखकर इसका नाम हयापुर रख दिया था। फ्यूरर ने हापुड़ का अर्थ फलो-द्यान से किया है। किन्तु सम्भवतः ‘हापुड’ हरपुर का बिगड़ा हुआ रूप है।[3]

Notable persons

External links

References

  1. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.1018-1019
  2. "Hapur". Encyclopædia Britannica. 11 (14th ed.). Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. 1956. p. 167.
  3. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.1018-1019

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