Villages in Mavli Tahsil
Akodra, Amli, Asana, Bargaon, Bari, Bariyar, Basani Kalan, Basliya, Bawriya Khera, Beeka Khera, Beer Ghas, Bhagwanpura, Bhansol, Bharodi, Bhawali, Bheela Khera, Bheemal Charnan, Bhimal, Bhopat Kheri, Bhumlawas, Bijanwas, Bikarni, Bitholi, Bor Ka Kuwan, Boyna, Chamariya Khera, Chandesara, Changeri, Chaylon Ka Khera, Cheepi Khera, Chhoti Kheri, Choondawat Kheri, Dabok, Dangi Khera @ Fatehpura, Deoji Ka Khera, Dewali, Dhana, Dhaneriya, Dhani, Dharta, Dholi Magri, Dhundiya, Dingarkiya, Dudaliya, Fatehnagar (M), Gadariyawas, Gadoli, Gadwa, Gandoli, Gandoli Khera, Ganeshpura, Garda Ki Bhagal, Garhwara, Ghanoli, Ghasa, Girdharipura, Golwara, Gordhanpura, Gurli, Holi, Intali, Jajela, Jawada, Jawanji Ka Khera, Jawar, Jewana, Jodhana, Joonawas, Kham Ki Madri, Khartana, Kharwadon Ka Gurha, Khema Khera, Khemli, Khempur, Khera Bhansol, Kheri Phalichara, Kherighasa, Kuncholi, Ladana, Ladani, Lopra, Madri Asholyan, Mahura, Man Khand, Mandap, Manduthal, Mangthala, Mankyawas, Martari, Maruwas, Math Chorangiyan, Mavli, Merta, Morath, Mordi, Moti Khera, Moti Kheri, Nagon Ka Khera, Nahar Magra, Nai Ka Dhana, Namri, Nandoli Khurd, Nandwel, Nauwa, Noorda, Odwariya, Ordi-A, Ordi-B, Palana Kalan, Palana Khurd, Palwas Kalan, Palwas Khurd, Pawta, Peepaliya, Peeproli, Phali Chara, Prakashpura, Rahmi, Raiji Ka Gurha, Rakhyawal, Rampura, Rani Khera, Rathana, Rediya Kheri, Rodi, Royda, Sakariya Kheri, Salera Kalan, Salera Khurd, Sangwa, Sankroda, Sawaniya, Shivsinghji Ka Khera, Shobhji Ka Khera, Sindhu, Sukhwara, Supariya Khera, Suwawaton Ka Gurha, Swarooppura, Thamla, Tilora, Tulsidas Ji Ki Sarai, Udakhera, Veer Dholiya, Vishanpura, Wajmiya, Wangroda, Wangrodi, Warni, Wasni Khurd,
Maowlee, 26th, October, 1820. seven and a-half miles. — As usual, all was barren between Sunwar and Maowlee ; though at each are the traces of reviving industry. This was formerly a considerable town, and rated in the books at seven thousand rupees' annual rent ; but now it yields not seven hundred. Its population consists of about eighty families of all classes, half of which nave "been recalled from their long exile in Malwa and Candeish, and have already given a new aspect to Maowlee in its sugar-canes. Her highness' steward, however, is not
[p.629]: one of the faithful. There is a very fine bawari, or reservoir, of coarse marble, constructed by Baeji Raj, ' the royal mother' of the present Rana and his sister, in whose appanage it is. — An inscription, dated S. 1737, recorded an ordinance in favour of the Jains, that " the oil-mill of Maowlee should not work on the four rainy months ;" in order to lessen the destruction of animal life.
- James Todd Annals/Personal Narrative, Vol.II, pp.628-629
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