Sehore (सिहोर) is a city and district in Madhya Pradesh.
- Siddhapur/Siddhapura (सिद्धपुर)
Sehore stands in the foothills of Vindhyachal Range in the middle of Malwa region. Sehore has a long and glorious past. Shaiva , Shakta, Jain, Vaishnav, Budhists and Nath priests made Sehore a significant seat of their deep meditation. Sehore was a part of Bhopal estate. After formation of Madhya Pradesh, the state capital Bhopal was a part of the Sehore district. It was bifurcated in 1972 and a new district Bhopal was formed.
Ancient folklores indicate that Maharshi Patanjali, the illustrious founder of Yoga sect, also spent some time here in prayers & worship. Folklore also indicate to the visits of Lord Rama, Laxman and Sita to its different places. Sehore has so many temples, Mathas, Shrines, Mosques, Churches of great historical and religious antiquity. In that sense, Sehore boasts of its glorious tradition of communal harmony and homogeneous culture.
“Sidhhapur” is the old name of Sehore. According to a rock- edict found from the river Seevan, it got its name from “Sidrapur”. According to an old document Sehore has got its name from the Anglo-Indian perversion of “Sher” or Lion as pronounced by the Britishers, since lion or “Shers” were in the great numbers in the nearby jungles.
Sehore has been an integral part of Awanti. Later on, it was under the tutelage of Magadha dynasty, Chandragupta I, Harshavardhana, Ashoka the great, Raja Bhoj, Peshwa chiefs, Rani Kamlawati and the Nawabs of Bhopal dynasty. Sehore remained the headquarters of the political agent and resident of the British.
Rivers big and small abound the landscape of Sehore. Narmada , Parwati, Dudhi, Newaj, Kolar, Papnas, Kulans, Seewan, Lotia, and other rivers tell the sad tale of their lost splendour in the form of scattered idols. Idols of Lord Vishnu, Ganesha, Shiva, Parvati, Nandi, Garuda, Lord Mahavira, Gautam Buddha, Apsaras and fairies have been found in different forms and postures.
Sehore played a crucial role in the freedom movement of India (1857 movement). “Nishan-e- Mahaviri and Nishan -e- Mohammadi” remained furling in the place of Union Jack. That short phase of independence from the British clutches ended, when Sir Hurose and Robert Hamilton crushed the uprising by putting 354 patriots to the gallows and gunning down 149 sepoys. Nawabs of Bhopal remained always loyal to the British. That caused heavily to the efforts of the patriots in order to flush out the British from Sehore.
On 15th August 1947, India got its independence . But the estate of Bhopal did not merge with India state till 1949 and even that, after a fierce struggle .
Sehore has got the honour of its achievement in the field of academics and literature. Lanciet Likinson, the political agent got established the first English translation of "Abhignan Shakuntalam" in 1835-40.
The high school of Sehore founded in 1835 by political agent Likinson, has to its credit student like Mr. Hidayaullah (Former chief justice, supreme court & vice president of India) Mr. Banchu [Ex chief justice ] Mirza Faim Begh [chief engineer].
Reference - https://sehore.nic.in/en/profile/
Tahsils in Sehore District
- Sehore Nagar
Villages in Sehore tahsil
Abdullapur, Accharohi, Ahmadpur, Ajmatnagar, Alahada Khedi, Alampura, Amajhir, Amamay, Amla, Amrod, Anwali Kheda, Arniya Sultanpur, Atraliya, Awantipura, Badarkasani, Badbeli, Badnagar, Bairagarh Chhatri, Bairagarh Ganesh, Bairagarh Khuman, Baktal, Bamuliya, Bamuliya, Bankheda, Bansia, Baradi Kalan, Baradi Khurd, Barkheda Deva, Barkheda Hasan, Barkheda Kharet, Barkheda Sukal, Barkhedi, Barkhedi, Barnawad, Barri, Barwan(Barba) Khedi, Bazar Gaon, Beel Kheda Khurd, Bhagwanpura, Bhainsakhedi, Bhandeli, Bhatoni, Bheela Khedi, Bherupura, Bhimpura, Bhoj, Bhoj Nagar, Bhoja Khedi, Bichhiya, Bichhni, Bijaura, Bijauri, Bijlon, Bilkisganj, Budha Kheda, Chainpura, Chandbad, Chanderi, Charnal, Chauki, Chaundi, Chhapari Baramad Ashta, Chhapri, Chhapri Kalan, Chhapri Khurd, Chhatarpura, Chhatri, Chitodiya Hema, Chitodiya Lakha, Chitodiya Van, Chitawliya, Daulatpura, Dehariya Khurd, Dehri, Dendi, Devli, Dhabla, Dhaboti, Dhamankheda, Dhan Khedi, Dhankhedi, Dhobikhedi, Didakhedi, Dobra, Dondi (Dodi), Doraha, Dupadiya Bhil, Dupadiya Dangi, Durgaon, Gadiya, Garhi Baghraj, Gawa, Geru Khan, Ghat Palasi, Gokalpura, Gopalpura, Gudbhela, Gulkhedi, Gundi, Gyaraspura, Haidarganj, Hasanpur Tinoniya, Hasanpura, Hasnabad, Hathiya Kheda, Hingoni, Hinoti, Hirapur, Hirapur, Imaliya Bhoj, Imaliya Hasan, Imli Kheda, Jahangirgarh, Jahangirpura, Jajankhedi, Jakhakhedi, Jamni, Jamniya Khurd, Jamonya Kalan, Janpur Bawadiya, Jatakheda, Jetla, Jetli, Jhagariya, Jharkheda, Jugrajpura, Kachnariya, Kachnariya, Kadrabad, Kahari Jadeed, Kahari Kadeem, Kaku Khedi, Kala Pahad, Kalyanpura, Kapuri, Karadiya Ata, Karadiya Bhil, Karanj Kheda, Karlat, Kasar Khedi, Katpon, Khadampur, Khaikheda, Khajuriya Kalan, Khajuriya Khurd, Khamaliya, Khandwa Sehore, Khari, Kharpa, Khasta Khedi, Khedli, Khokhari, Khuraniya, Khushamada, Khutiya Khedi, Kishanpura, Kodiya Chhitu, Kolukhedi, Konajhir, Kotakarar, Kulas Kalan, Kulas Khurd, Kushalpura, Lala Khedi, Lasudiya Dhakad, Lasudiya Khas, Lasudlya Bazyaft, Lasudlya Parihar (Padhar), Leela Khedi (Lilakhedi), Lodhipura, Londiya, Magarda, Magardi Kalan, Magardi Khurd, Magarkheda, Mahodiya, Mahuakheda, Mahuakheda, Majheda, Manakheda, Mandkheda, Manpura, Manpura, Manpura, Marhati, Mendora, Menikhedi, Mittukhedi, Mographool, Mograram, Molga, Motipura Kalan, Mugispur, Muhali, Mukhtyar Nagar, Mullani, Mundla Kalan, Mundla Khurd, Mungaoli, Mungaoli, Munjkheda, Muskara, Nabipur, Naihedi, Naplakhedi, Napli, Narela, Natrakhedi, Nipaniya Kalan, Nipaniyakhurd, Niwariya, Noni Khedi Gusain, Noni Khedi Koji, Pach Pipalya, Pachama, Padaliya, Padiyala, Padli, Panbihar, Patan, Pater, Patera, Pathariya, Patni, Phanda, Pili Karar, Pilukhedi, Pipal Kheda, Pipaliya Mira, Pipalner, Rabiyabad, Rafiqueganj, Raipur, Raipur Nayakheda, Raipura, Raju Khedi, Ralawati, Ramakhedi, Ramja Khedi, Ramkhedi, Rampalasi, Rasla Khedi, Rasulpura, Rati Kheda (Rata Kheda), Ratnakhedi, Rawan Kheda, Rawat Kheda, Rola, Rolu Khedi, Sagoni, Salehpur, Salikherda, Sangrampur, Sankheda, Sankla, Sar Kheda, Saranga Khedi, Satanwadi, Satoraniya, Satpipaliya, Satpon, Sehore (M), Semali Kalan, Semali Khurd, Semra Dangi, Sewaniya, Shaharyarganj, Shahjahanpur, Shahpur Kodiya, Shekhpura, Sherpur, Shikarpur, Shivpuri, Shyampur, Sikandarganj, Sikandarganj, Sikandarpur, Silkheda, Siradi, Sonda, Sonkatchh, Sonthi, Suakhedi, Taj, Takipur, Takiya, Thuna Kalan, Thunakhurd, Titora, Toraniya, Udpura, Uljhawan, Umarjhir Gausain, Usmaniya, Vishan Kheda (Bishan Kheda), Waheedganj, Waheedganj,
- Ganesh Bhai Jat - Chitawliya Wale, Jat Road Lines, Near Power House Chauraha, Sehore, Mob: 9329680452, 9300643272
- Om Singh Bijoliya, Retired Manager, Mandi, Mob. 9165656381.
- Yashwant Dhoreliya
- Pratap Singh Jat, Service, Nagar Palika
- B. R. Singh, Govt. Service, Agri. Department, Mob. 7987398866
- Harendra Singh, govt. Service
- Khushiram Jat, T.I. police
- Rajpal Singh Jat, Retd. Govt. Service
- Vijendra Singh, Readymade Garments Business/Agriculturist/Social Worker, Mob. 9893688226
- Smt. Nehal Jat, Housewife/Social Worker, Mob. 8982456634
- Ashok Singh, Govt Service
- Shri Ram Jat, govt. Service
- Eklavya Chahar
- Sunil Jat, govt. Service
- Balramji jat, Retd. Police service
- Prashant Singh , Business
- Akhilesh jat, business
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