Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar
Nawanshahr (Hindi: नवांशहर, Punjabi: ਨਵਾਂਸ਼ਹਿਰ) now Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar district in the Indian state of Punjab. It is the headquarters of Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar District. Two historical villages of Khatkar- Kalan, birthplace of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and Jadla village of the great Jat leader, Padam Shree Moti Singh Rana are situated in this district.
Tahsils in Nawanshahr district
Villages in Nawanshahr Tahsil
Mahadipur Kalan, Alachaur, Alowal, Amargarh, Anokharwal, Atari, Aur, Bagoran, Bahadurpur, Bahar Mazara, Baharwal, Bahla, Bahlur Kalan, Bahlur Khurd, Bahua, Bains, Bairsal, Bajjon, Bakhlaur, Balon, Baloni, Balowal, Banga (M Cl), Banga (Rural), Barnala Kalan, Barnala Khurd, Barsian, Barwa, Batuli, Bazidpur, Begampur, Begowal, Behram, Bhagoran, Bhangal Kalan, Bhano Mazara, Bharo Mazara, Bharo Mazara, Bharoli, Bharta Kalan, Bharta Khurd, Bhaura, Bhin, Bhukhri, Bhut, Bika, Bir Sarangwal, Birowal, Bisla, Buhara, Bulakipur, Burj Kandhari, Burj Tehal Dass, Chahal Kalan, Chahal Khurd, Chahar Mazara, Chak Alahi Bakhash, Chak Bilgan, Chak Dana, Chak Guru, Chak Mai Dass, Chak Mander, Chak Ramun, Chakkalal, Chakli Shujat, Charan, Cheta, Chhokran, Chuharpur, Daryapur, Daulatpur, Dhah, Dhandhua, Dharmkot, Dhingarpur, Dilawarpur, Dodhala, Dopalpur, Dosanjh Khurd, Durgapur, Ferozepur, Garcha, Garh Padhana, Garhi Ajitsingh, Garhi Bharti, Garhi Fateh Khan, Gehal Mazari, Ghataron, Ghumman, Gobindpur, Godani, Gohlron, Gorakhpur, Gosal, Grupar, Gujjarpur Kalan, Gujjarpur Khurd, Gunachaur, Hakimpur, Hamirowal, Hansron, Hapowal, Heon, Herian, Hiala, Hussain Chak, Hussainpur, Ibrahimpur, Jabbowal, Jadla, Jaffarpur, Jagatpur, Jagatpur Theh, Jalwaha, Jandiala, Jandiali, Janian, Jasso Mazara, Jethu Mazara, Jhander Kalan, Jhander Khurd, Jhingran, Jhungian, Jindowal, Jullah Majra, Kahlon, Kahma, Kajla, Kaleran, Kamam, Kanaun, Kang, Kangraur, Kariam, Kariha, Karimpur, Karnana, Katarian, Katt, Kazampur, Khamachon, Khan Khana, Khanpur, Kharkuwal, Khatkar Kalan, Khatkar Khurd, Khoja, Khothran, Khurd, Kishanpura ( Bhakrodi), Kot Ranjha, Kulam, Kultham, Ladhana Jhikka, Ladhana Ucha, Ladian, Lakhpur, Lal Mazara, Lalewal, Lalpur, Langeri, Langroya, Laroya, Lidhar Kalan, Lodhipur, Mahal Badowal, Mahal Gehla, Mahal Khairabad, Mahal Khurd, Mahalon, Mahdipur, Mahli, Mahliana, Mahrampur, Mahrampur, Mai Ditta, Majhoor, Maksudpur, Mala Bedian, Malakpur, Mallah Sodhian, Malopota, Malpur, Malpur, Mander, Mandhala, Mandhali, Mangat Dhingrian, Mangowal, Mazara Kalan, Mazara Khurd, Mazara Nauabad, Mazari, Mehmudpur, Mehndipur, Mirpur Jattan, Mirpur Lakha, Mirzapur, Mubarkpur, Mukandpur, Muna, Musapur, Muzaffarpur, Nagra, Nai Mazara, Nangal Chhanga, Nangal Jattan, Naura, Nawanshahr (M Cl), Niamatpur, Nilowal, Nurpur, Paddi Matwali, Palli Jhikki, Palli Uchi, Pallian Kalan, Pallian Khurd, Pandrawal, Pannu Mazara, Paragpur, Pathlawa, Phambra, Pharala, Phul Makauri, Poonian, Rahon (M Cl), Rahon(Ghakewal), Raipur Daba, Raksan, Ramgarh, Rampur, Ramraipur, Ranewal, Rasulpur, Rasulpur Theh, Ratainda, Ratnana, Rehpa, Sabalpur, Sadhpur, Sahlon, Saidpur Kalan, Saidpur Khurd, Saidpur Theh, Sajawalpur, Sal Kalan, Sal Khurd, Salempur, Saloh, Sanawa, Sandwan, Sarhal Qazian, Sarhala Ranuan, Shahabpur, Shahbazpur, Shahpur, Shakohpur, Shamspur, Sheikhe Mazara, Sheikhupur, Sheikhupur Bagh, Sodhian, Soheta, Sona, Soondh, Sotran, Sujjon, Sukar, Sultanpur, Surapur, Surapur Theh, Taharpur, Tajowal, Tajpur, Talwandi Fattu, Talwandi Jattan, Talwandi Shibu, Thandian, Thathiala, Udhowal, Urapur, Usmanpur, Uttal,
It is said to have been built during the reign of Alaudin Khilji (1295-1316) by his Afghan Military Chief Nausher Khan. Previously it was called "Nausar" but with the passage of time, the town came to be known as "Nawanshahr". Nausher Khan had constructed five forts known as Havelis, whose remains still exist.
On September 27, 2008 in Khatkar Kalan 7 kilometres from Nawanshar, to honour the memory of noted freedom fighter and martyr Bhagat Singh, the Punjab government announced that a district in the state will be named after him. The announcement was made by Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal at a function in ancestral village of the martyr to mark his 101st birth anniversary. Nawanshahr district would be renamed as Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar.
Jadla is a legendary Jat village of Rana gotra 4 kilometres from Nawanshahar, with one of the most post progressive agriculture families in Northern India which has contributed tremendously in growth of agriculture, science and technology during Green Revolution by Padam Shree Moti Singh Rana.
- Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Freedom Fighter, Indian Nationalist.
- Padam Shree Moti Singh Rana, Agriculture, Science and Technology, gave the award as Punjab Mata to Bhagat Singh's mother and a member of Ghadrpartiet, revolutionary, nationalist, Former Congress President Punjab.
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