Villages in Samana tahsil
Achral Kalan, Achral Khurd, Alampur Samana, Arain Majra, Arnetu, Arno, Asarpur, Asmanpur, Atalan, Badanpur, Badshahpur, Badshahpur (Kaleki), Bahadurgarh, Bahmana, Bakraha, Balamgarh, Baras, Beharjach, Bhagwanpur Alias Sadharanpur, Bhagwanpura Alias Khatriwala, Bhedpuri, Bhutgarh, Bijalpur, Bishanpur Alias Banwala, Bishanpura, Bujurg, Burar, Buta Singhwala Urf Harigarh, Chohat, Chunagra, Chupki Samana, Chupki, Daftriwala, Danipur, Daroli, Dawarkapur, Dehdana, Devgarh, Dhabi Gujran, Dhanetha, Dharamgarh, Dhenthal, Dhur, Dodra, Dotal, Dugal Kalan, Dugal Khurd, Dullar, Fatehgarh Chhana, Fatehgarh Urf Retgarh, Fatehpur, Gafurpura Alias Maulviwala, Gajewas, Galoli, Ganeshpura Alias Seona, Gazipur, Ghagga (NP), Ghangrouli, Gobindpura Alias Paind, Gulahar, Gulzarpur Alias Tharwa, Gurdialpura, Gurditpur, Hamjheri, Harchandpura, Haryaoo Kalan, Haryaoo Khurd, Jaikhar, Jalalpur, Jamalpur, Jawalapur Alias Bahman Majra, Jogewala, Kadrabad, Kahangarh Bhutna, Kahangarh Gharachon, Kakra, Kakrala Samana, Kalar Bhaini, Kalbano, Kamashpur, Karim Nagar Alias Chicharwala, Khanewal, Khang, Khanpur Gahrian, Khaspur, Kheri Bhima, Kheri Fattan, Kheri Nagahiya, Kotla Nasru, Kotli, Kularan, Kulburchha, Kutbanpur, Lalgarh, Lalwa, Lutki Majra Urf Jormajra, Majri, Malkana, Marauri, Mardan Heri, Matauli, Mavi Kalan, Miyal, Munda Khera Alias Belumajra, Nagri Samana, Namada, Nanhera, Nassupur, Nial, Nirmal Kot, Nurpura, Patran, Patran (NP), Premgarh(Prem Singhwala), Rahimpura Alias Kangthala, Rajgarh, Rajla, Rampur Parta, Rampura Dugal, Rasauli, Rattan Heri, Sagra, Saidewala Alias Naiwala, Saidipur, Sailwala, Samana (M Cl), Samana (Rural), Sapar Heri, Sehajpur Kalan, Sehajpur Khurd, Shadipur Alias Momian, Shahpur, Shergarh, Shutrana, Taipur, Talwandi Malik, Tanbuwala, Tarkhan Majra, Todarpur, Ugoke,
Aurangzeb died on 3 Mar 1707 and his three sons indulged in a war of succession. In Nov 1708, Guru Gobind Singh followed Bahadur Shah's forces marching towards Deccan. He met Banda Bairagi Madhodas at Nander. He found the Banda Bairagi capable of leading the Panth, and persuaded him to come to Punjab. While on his way to Punjab, Banda Bairagi broke his journey at Sehri - Khandaa a Jat village of Dahiya Gotra, 20 miles west of Delhi. From there he dispatched letters to all the Jathedars of the Panth to concentrate forthwith. He planned to attack and loot the Royal treasury by and by the Sikhs started arriving and the strength of the force rose to 14000. He attached Samana, overran Sadhora, Kunjpura etc and finally overpowered and killed the Ruler of Sirhind named Wazirkhan. The people who had taken active part in the conspiracy against Guru Govind Singh and his sons were searched for and sentenced one by one.
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