Bijnor

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Map of Bijnor district

Bijnor (बिजनोर) or Bijnore is a district town in Uttar Pradesh. It was founded by Khoye Maurya gotra Jats.

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Tahsils in Bijnor district

Villages in Bijnor Tahsil

Abdul Khairpur Bangar, Abdulpur Munna, Abusaidpur, Adampur, Agari, Ahamadpur Bharta, Ahamadpur Chandar Urf Gadana, Ahamadpur Mohiuddin, Ajijpura, Akbarpur Angakheri, Akbarpur Devdas Wala, Alahadadpur, Alakpur, Alampur Neela, Alauddinpur, Alawalpur Udda, Alipur Makhan, Alipur Nagla, Amhera, Amipur Sudha, Amirpur Bega, Amirpur Das Urf Dharam Nagari, Amirpur Gangu, Amirpur Urf Narainpur, Anandipur, Aspurka, Atapur Urf Khatapur, Ataullahpur, Aurangpur Haji, Aurangpur Tara, Badsahpur Tarikam, Badshahpur, Bagaina, Bagarpur Garhi, Bahadarpur Khurd, Bahadurpur Buzurg, Bahadurpur Jat, Baibalpur, Bajeedpur, Bakar Nangla, Baldia, Balkishanpur, Bamanpura Bamnoli, Banjarpur, Bantpura, Barkatpur, Barooki, Basiruhasi, Bazidpur, Begampur, Bhagepur Patti Abdulla, Bhagepur Patti Harsukh, Bhagwatipur, Bharaira, Bharuka, Bhawanipur, Bhojpur Bhopatpur, Bijnor (MB), Bijnor Rural, Bisat, Burhanuddinpur, Chak Fatehpur, Chanda Nangli, Chandanpura, Chandpur Feru, Chandpur Noabad, Chandrabhanpur Kishor, Chhachari Teep, Chhajupura Said, Chhakara, Chohanpura, Chowkpuri, Daranagar Ahatmali, Daranagar Bila Ahatmali, Daulatpur, Dayalwala, Dewapur, Dhanora, Dhanori, Dhanori, Dharampura, Dhela Gujar, Dheli Gujar, Dida Nagla, Duwarka Puri, Dwarikapuri, Etawa, Fajalpur, Fareedpur Bhogan, Fareedpur Dallu, Fareedpur Dulla, Fareedpur Meera, Fareedpur Nizam, Fareedpur Sansar, Faridpur Bharta, Faridpur Bhogi, Faridpur Bhoru, Faridpur Durga, Faridpur Kazi, Faridpur Malhu, Faridpur Man, Faridpur Sadhiran, Faridpur Sallu, Faridpur Uda, Fatehabad, Fatehpur Asal, Fatehpur Kalan, Fatehpur Noabad, Fatehpur Sabhachand, Fattanpur, Firozpur Darga, Firozpur Mandu, Firozpur Mubarak, Firozpur Narotam Bila Ahatmali, Firozpur Ugarsain, Firuzpur Tarikam, Freedpur Khema, Gaibalipur, Gajrola Achpal, Gajrola Ship, Gangadaspur, Gango Nangli, Gangoli Khadar, Gangora Jat, Gangora Shekh, Gangori Jat, Ganwari Bujurg, Ghomanpur, Ghuriapur Ahatmali, Ghuriapur Bila Ahatmali, Gokulpur Qasam, Gongali, Gopalpur, Gopalpur, Govardhanpur Nangli, Goverdhanpur, Govindpur, Gujarpur Jaspal, Gyaspur, Gyaspur, Hakeempur, Haldaur (MB), Hardaspur, Hardaspur Jafrabad Garhi, Hasampur, Hasanpur Jat, Hasanpur Qazi, Himmatpur Bela, Hirday Rampur, Husainpur, Hussainpur Sankatsingh, Hussainpur Tappa Nagla, Ibrahimpur Khandsal, Ibrahimpur Urf Kumharpura, Iftakharpur Durgu, IlaiChipur Khargu, Inampura, Inchhawala, Isapur, Islampur Chamra, Islampur Das, Islampur Dippa, Islampur Lala, Islampur Lalu, Islampur Neemdas, Islampur Thambuchau, Jafarpur Asu, Jahanabad Ahatmali, Jahanabad Ahatmali, Jahanabad Bila Ahatmali, Jahanabad Bila Ahatmali, Jahangirpur, Jahangirpur Lalu, Jalalpur Hasna, Jalalpur Kazi Ahatmali, Jalalpur Kazi Bila Ahatmali, Jamalpur Pathani, Jamalpur Tigri, Jeetpura, Jhakari Bangar, Jhal, Jhalu (NP), Jhandapur, Kaboolpur, Kachhpura, Kalyanpur, Kamal Nainpur, Kamalpur, Kambor, Kanha Nangla, Karapur, Karimnagar Urf Uleda, Karimpur Bamnoli, Karondi, Kasampur Kirparam, Kaziwala, Kelpur, Khairabad, Khalilpur, Khalilullahpur, Khana Patti, Khanjahanpur Bahader, Khanpur Dulli, Khanpur Madho, Kharak, Khari, Khera, Kherki Hemraj, Kherki Tappa Nangla, Khurahery, Khurdi, Khwazgipur, Kinan Urf Kalilan, Kinan Urf Marhi, Kishanpur, Kishanpur, Kishanwas, Kookara Islampur, Kunda Bagain, Kundanpur Bila Ahatmali, Kunwarpur Chatarbhoj, Kutubpur Garhi, Ladanpur, Ladapur, Machki, Madsudanpurnand Urf Jhalra, Madusudanpur Bahadur, Maheshwri, Mahmoodpur, Mahmoodpur Jagmal, Mahngali, Maksudanpur Haffiza, Mandawali Saidu, Mandawar (NP), Mandawar (Rural), Mandora Jat, Mangolpura Roopchand, Manshahpur Bila Ahatmali, Meerapur Raza, Meerapuragari, Mirapur Khadar, Mirgipur, Mirjapur Banger, Mirzapur Mahesh, Mirzapur Puran, Mithan Kunwar Pratapsingh, Modhia Dhansi, Mohammadpur Deomal, Mohammadpur Haidar, Mohammadpur Lakkhoo, Mohammadpur Mandawali, Mohanpur, Mohasanpur Chakra, Mohinuddinpur, Molharpur, Momanpur Maskina, Mominpur Dargo, Mozampur Suzan, Mubarakpur Talan, Mudhala, Mukarpur Gadai, Mukarpur Gujar, Mukeempur Balu, Mukeempur Dharu, Mukimpur Dharmasi, Mukimpur Jamal, Mukrampur Khema (CT), Mukrandpur, Muzaffarpur Kesho, Muzaffra Bad, Nangal Jat, Nangali, Nanupura, Naseeri, Nasirpur Nainsingh, Nawada, Nawajispur Ahamad, Nawalpur, Nijamatpura Bila Ahatmali, Nikofal Urf Bilai, Nizampur Khora Bila Ahatmali, Nurullahpur Hafiz, Orangabad Shakoorpur Bila Ahat, Orangpur Bibi, Padampur, Papawar Khurd, Partappur Urf Khairpur, Peda Urf Murtajapur Bulaki, Pedi, Pirthipur, Purshotampur, Puttha, Rafatpur Fatehabad, Rafiul Nagar Urf Rawali, Raghorampur, Raipur Berisal, Rajdeo Nangli, Ram Shaiwala, Ramjiwala, Ramppur Bangar, Rampur Bakli, Rampur Noabad, Rampur Thakara, Rampur Tyagi, Rampur Veeran, Ranipur, Rashidpur Garhi (CT), Rasulpur Abad, Rasulpur Pirthi, Rasulpur Pitanka Bila Ahatmali, Ratanpur Riala, Rawanpur, Reharuwa, Rukanpur, Rustampur Bajid, Sadakpur, Sadhupura, Sadullapur, Safipur Heera, Saifpur Bangar, Salarpur, Salempur Mathna, Sallahpur, Sarangpur, Sardhani Bangar, Sariyapur, Seohara Nijamabad Bila Ahatmal, Sewarampur Sakata Singh, Shadipur, Shadipur Dulla, Shadipur Kalan, Shadmapur Khema, Shahbazpur, Shahbazpur Khana, Shahjadpur Bila Ahatmali, Shahnagar, Shahpur Lal, Shahpur Sahsu, Shahpur Saidu, Shekhoopura, Shekhupura, Sherpur, Shivrampur, Shumal Kheri, Sihora Girdhar, Sikaira, Sikandarabad, Sikandarpur Lalman, Sukkhapur, Sultanpur Abad, Sultanpur Bangar, Sultanpur Khadar, Sultanpur Tappa Nagal, Suwaheri Buzurg, Suwaheri Khurd, Ta1Abpur Qazi, Taimoorpur, Takipura, Tarikampur Hafiz, Tarikampur Paras, Tarikampur Roopchand, Taupri, Teep, Titarwala, Umari, Umarpur, Vaispur Man, Yakoobpur, Yusufpur Hamid,

History

Vidur Kuti - Vidur Kuti is about 12 km from Bijnor and having historical importance. Vidura spent his rest of life after dispute with Duryodhan. This is the place where Lord Krishna visited.

Mandawar - Mandawar is an ancient city settled on the banks of Malini or Malan River mentioned in Abhigyana Shakuntala by Kalidasa. As per local tradition this is the site of Rishi Kanva. Panini in Chapter 4.2.10 of Ashtadhyay has mentioned this place as Mardeyapura (मार्देयपुर). The River Ganga flows very close to Mandawar and on the other side of the Banks of Ganga is situated Sukkartal, the Shakravatara of Abhigyana Shakuntala, village in Jansath tahsil in Muzaffarnagar district in Uttar Pradesh. It is believed that the ring of Shakuntala felled in Ganga river at this very place while she was on way to Hastinapur to meet King Dushyanta. In north east of Mandawar is situated the Kajalivana near Najibabad where Dushyanta used to go for hunting. According to Cunningham, the ancient name of Mandawar is Matipura (मतिपुर) where Xuanzang had visited in 634 AD. He mentioned this place as Matipolo. At that time it was site of a Buddhist vihara of Gunaprabha's pupil named Mitrasena. Cunningham had explored this place and found coins and sculptures of the Kushanas and Guptas. [1]

Bhim Singh Dahiya [2] associates Mardeyapura with the history off Mirdhas.


Kanva Ashram - Kanva Ashram is an ashram in broken condition near Rawli town according to the great legend "Abhigyan Shakuntalam". Hastinapur's King Dushyant reached there while hunting and fell in love with Shakuntala at first sight.

Daranagar - During Mahabharat when the battle between Kauravas and Pandavas was about to begin, then on the request of both the sides, all wives and children were to be gaurdianed by Mahatma Vidur. He had no sufficient space for their living then he decided an exclusive area for ladies and children, which is now known as Daranagar. Ganj is about 12 km from District HQ and just 1 km from Daranagar on the banks of the Ganges. There are ancient temples and ashrams.

ठाकुर देशराज लिखते हैं

ठाकुर देशराज लिखते हैं कि डत्ल्यू क्रुक की ‘उत्तरी-पश्चिमी प्रान्तों और अवध की जातियां’ नामक पूस्तक में दशन्दसिंह जो कि बिजनौर का शासक था, उसके पूर्वजों के वर्णन में हम यह भी पढ़ते हैं कि मुहम्मद गौरी के चित्तौड़ जीत लेने पर राज घराने के दो व्यक्ति एक नेपाल और दूसरा बिजनौर की ओर चले गए थे। तब क्या यह अनुमान लगाना ठीक नहीं कि नेपाल में गए हुए ही ठकुरी हैं और उनके ही कुछ साथी जो कुछ कारणों से बिजनौर के पास बस गए थे, ठकुरेले हैं। उनके गोत्र का दूसरा ही नाम हो गया हो। मि. क्रुक ने महमूद गजनवी का समय बताया है। वह समय बहुत संभव है कि 1046 ई. रहा हो अथवा संवत् 1046 को ईसवी बता दिया गया हो। वह समय महमूद गजनवी के आक्रमणों का है। इस समय भी चित्तौड़ के आसपास जाटों के छोटे-छोटे राज्य थे। खोज करने से बहुत संभव है, दशन्दसिंह और उसके पूर्वजों तथा वंशजों का इतिहास मिल जाए। ऐसे ही इतिहास मिलने पर संयुक्त-प्रदेश की विशाल भूमि पर के कुल जाट-राज्यों का पता चल सकता है।[3]

Tatran Villages in Bijnore district

Tatran Villages: Baldia,Bijnor city,Jhallu,Suahedi,Haldaur area,Patti.

Khobey Villages in Bijnore district

Khobey Village: Jalalpur

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Reference

  1. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p. 684-685
  2. Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Jat Clan in India, p.287
  3. जाट इतिहास:ठाकुर देशराज,पृष्ठ-583

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