Origin of name
It is now named SAS Nagar after the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh, Sahibzada Ajit Singh.
Villages in Mohali Tahsil
Alipur, Baihrampur, Bakarpur, Baliali, Ballo Majra, Balongi, Bar Majra, Bari, Bathlana, Behlolpur, Bhabat (CT), Bhago Majra, Chachu Majra, Chapar Chiri Kalan, Chapar Chiri Khurd, Chau Majra, Chilla, Daun, Dharamgarh, Dhelpur, Dhirpur, Dhol, Dhurali, Drari, Gidarpur, Giga Majra, Gobindgarh, Gudana, Hasainpur, Hasanpur, Jagatpur, Jhampur, Jheur Heri, Kailon, Kambala, Kambali, Kandala, Kaura Majra, Kumbra, Kurara, Kurari, Lakhnaur, Lamba, Landiali, Landran, Madanpur, Manak Majra, Manakpur Kallar, Manana, Manauli, Mataur, Matran, Maujpur, Mauli Baidwan, Mindha Majra, Mohali, Mote Majra, Nanu Majra, Nogiari, Patton, Raipur, Raipur Kalan, Raipur Khurd, Rurka, S.A.S.Nagar, (Mohali) (M Cl), Saidpur, Saini Majra, Sambalki, Saneta, Sekhan Majra, Shafipur, Shiampur, Siahi Majra, Siaun, Sohana, Sukhgarh, Tangauri, Tarauli, Tarf Kumbra, Thaska,
Mohali district is one of the twenty districts in the state of Punjab in North-West India. It is the most recently created district in the state of Punjab introduced in 2006.
Mohali is adjacent to Chandigarh, 18th District in Punjab, India. It is officially named after the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh, Sahibzada Ajit Singh (SAS Nagar, or "House of Sahibzada Ajit Singh"). It along with Chandigarh and Panchkula form a part of the Chandigarh Tricity or Chandigarh Capital Region. It was earlier a part of the Rupnagar District, and was carved out into a separate district in the recent years.
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