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Villages in Mandawar tahsil
Agwani, Ajarka, Alipur, Amoth, Azizpur, Badheen, Badli, Balloowas, Bapdoli, Bari, Basni, Bawad, Beejwad Chauhan, Beerod, Behroj, Behror Jat, Bhagola Aheer, Bhagolajat, Bhajanawas, Bhanot, Bheekhawas, Bheenwada, Bhojpuri, Bhoongara Aheer, Bhoongara Thethar, Birsangwas, Birtoli, Chakoliya, Chandpur, Cheeruni, Chhabriwas, Chhapur, Choodla, Dadhiya, Dantla, Darbarpur, Dhailawas, Dhokal Nagar, Doonwas, Gadli, Gadoowas, Gandhi Nagar, Garhi, Gola Hera, Gopipura, Hada Heri, Hatoondi, Hulmana Kalan, Hulmana Khurd, Ikrotiya, Jagiwara, Jalpiwas, Jalwas, Jasai, Jeendoli, Jeevan Singhpura, Jhajharpur, Jogawad, Kadar Nagar, Kali Pahari, Kalooka, Karni Kot, Khanpur Aheer, Khanpur Mewan, Khareta, Khohri, Khushalwas, Kokawas, Lakheempur, Lamachpur, Majra, Majri Bhanda, Majri Khola, Mandha, Manethi, Manka, Mator, Mau, Menpur, Mirzapur, Mohammadpur, Molawas, Mundanwara Kalan, Mundanwara Khurd, Mundawar, Mundiya Khera, Munpur, Nahar Khera, Nangal Baola, Nangal Raniya, Nangal Santokara, Nangal Singal, Nangal Siya, Nangal Udiya, Nangali Ojha, Naredi, Padmara Kalan, Padmara Khurd, Palawa, Peepli, Pehal, Qyara, Radwa, Raipur, Rajwara, Rambas, Ramsinghpura, Ranoth, Rasgan, Renagiri, Rundh, Sabalgarh, Sanchod, Sanoli, Sarai Kalan, Seel Gaon, Shahjadpur, Shahpur, Shamda, Shekhawas, Shreekrishan Nagar, Shyopur, Sihali Kalan, Sihali Khurd, Sirod Kalan, Sirod Khurd, Siya Khoh, Sodawas, Sorkha Kalan, Sorkha Khurd, Suheta, Sukhman Heri, Sundarwari, Surajpura, Swaroop Sarai, Tatarpur, Tehadka, Tehadki, Tejpura, Tinkiruri, Todarpur, Ulaheri,
Prithviraja III's kaka Kanhadadeva was a great warrior. He had 18 sons. His descendants are in large number. He was known as Kaka Kanha and present Alwar district's northern part, Sambhal and Moradabad were in his Jagir. Kaka Kanha's son Bhimadeva got Isagarh, Mathin in Jagir. Bhimadeva had four sons, out of them eldest was Lakhan Singh. He stayed at Mathin. Mathin was later known as Mandawar. Lakhanasinha's son Haladeva faced Timur's attack on Mandawar in which Haladeva was killed. His son became Muslim and was gifted with Mandawar in Jagir and Rao title. Mandawar's Muslim still use Rao title. 
- K. Devi Singh Mandawa, Prithviraja, p. 106
- Jat Gatha, January-2016,p.18
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