Fatehgarh Sahib

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Map of Fatehgarh Sahib district

Fatehgarh Sahib (Punjabi: ਫ਼ਾਤੇਗਢ਼ ਸਾਹਿਬ, Hindi: फतेगढ़ साहिब) is city and district of Punjab in India. It is named Fatehgarh, meaning Town of Victory, because in 1710 Sikhs under the leadership of Banda Bahadur overran the area and razed the fort (built during Balban's rule) to the ground.

Tahsils in Fatehgarh Sahib district

Villages in Fatehgarh Sahib tahsil

Bulebas Alias Mukandpura, Adampur, Alipur Sodhian, Amar Garh, Anaitpura, Arain Majra, Arain Majra, Atapur, Attewali, Badali Ala Singh, Badali Maiki, Badhochhi Kalan, Badhochhi Khurd, Bagh Sikandar, Bagrian, Balahra, Balahri Kalan, Balahri Khurd, Balpur, Bambe Majra, Baras, Barkatpur, Basantpura, Behlolpur, Bhagrana, Bhaini Kalan, Bhaini Khurd, Bhaironpur, Bhal Majra, Bhamarsi Buland, Bhamarsi Zer, Bhat Majra, Bhua Kheri, Bibipur, Bir Bhamarsi, Bivi Pur, Boran, Buchran, Chaleri Kalan, Chanalon, Chanarthal Kalan, Chanarthal Khurd, Chanarthal Nauabad, Chanon, Chorti Kheri, Dadu Majra, Dalo Majra, Dangherian, Dera Mir Miran, Dhatonda, Dhirpur, Dholan, Ditupur Fakiran, Dubhali, Ferozepur, Fetehpur, Gunian Majra, Hallo Tali, Hansali, Harbanspura, Haripur, Harlalpur, Harna, Harnam Nagar, Hassanpur/Chaleri Khurd, Hindupur, Hussainpura, Isher Hail, Jago Chanarthal, Jakhwali, Jalbehra, Jalbehri Dhumi, Jalbehri Gehlan, Jallah, Jamiatgarh, Jandali, Jhampur, Jhinjhran, Jiwanpura, Khanpur, Kharaura, Kharauri, Kharrah, Khera, Kheri, Kheri Bhai Ki, Khoje Majra, Kotla Bajwara, Kotla Bhaika, Kotla Jattan, Kotla Suleman, Lataur, Loha Kheri, Longo Majri, Madhopur, Mahla Heri, Mahmadi Pur, Majra Nidhewala, Majri Azim, Majri Sodhian, Malakpur, Malko Majra, Mandaur, Mandofal, Manhera Jattan, Manunpur, Mathi, Mehtabgarh, Mianpur, Mir Pur, Mirpur, Mulepur, Mullanpur Kalan, Mullanpur Khurd, Nabipur, Nalina Kalan, Nalina Khurd, Nalini, Nandiali, Naraingarh, Naraingarh Chhanna, Narainpur Urf Shekhupur, Narainpura Alias Chorwala, Nau Lakha, Pandrali, Panjola, Panjoli Kalan, Patarsi Kalan, Patarsi Khurd, Pir Jain, Pola, Rajinder Nagar, Rajindergarh, Ramgarh Sainian /Saini Majra, Rampur, Rampur Jadid, Rampur Nauabad, Randhawa, Rashidpura, Reona Bhola, Reona Niwan, Reona Ucha, Rurki, Saddo Majra, Sadhugarh, Saidpura, Saifalpur, Salempur, Sangatpura, Sanipur, Sarna, Saundha, Shahzadpur, Shampur, Shamsher Nagar, Shekhupur, Sidhupur, Sidhwan, Siduwal, Sindhran, Sirhind Fatehgarh Sahib (M Cl), Sirhind (R), Sohag Heri, Sunderpura, Talania, Tanan, Tarkhan Majra, Timberpur, Wazir Nagar, Wazirabad,

History

District of Fatehgarh Sahib came into existence on 13 April 1992, Baisakhi Day, deriving its name 'Fatehgarh Sahib' from Sahibzada Fateh Singh, the youngest son of 10th Guru Gobind Singh, who were bricked alive by the orders of Suba Sirhind, Wazir Khan in 1705 [1], and the place is now the site a famous 'Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib'.[2]

Notable persons

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References

  1. Wazir Khan - Tyrant of Sarhind
  2. Fatehgarh Sahib

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