Villages in Mukerian Tahsil
Abdullapur, Adampur Mahotian, Aima Mangat, Ajmer, Alera, Alipur, Alo Bhatti, Amirpur, Amroh, Arthewal, Asafpur, Attalgarh, Aulia, Bachhowali, Bachhupur, Badala, Badhalian, Badhan, Badial, Bagowal, Bagrohi, Balhaddah, Balo Chohan, Bambowal, Ban Karnpur, Baopur, Bari, Bariah, Bariana, Bariowal, Bariyan, Barnala, Barota, Barota Urf Puro Nangal, Basantpur, Batala, Batwara, Begpur Kamloh, Beh Atta, Beh Bidhia, Beh Chuhar, Beh Dulo, Beh Fattu, Beh Jagan, Beh Khushala, Beh Kito, Beh Lakhan, Beh Mawa, Beh Nangal, Beh Ranga, Behbal Manj, Behdarya, Bela Sariana, Bering, Bhagran, Bhalowal, Bham Naur, Bhambotar, Bhamnal, Bhangala, Bhatehar, Bhati Shakar Kaur, Bhatian Jattan, Bhatoli, Bhatoli, Bhattian Rajputtan, Bhera, Bhol Badmanian, Bhol Kalota, Biggowal, Bishanpur, Bringli, Budha Bar, Budhewal, Chahang Hamel, Chak Bhaian, Chak Kalan, Chak Mirpur, Chak Sarwani, Chak Sheru, Chak-Ala-Bakash, Chakowal, Chamuhi, Chanaur, Chattarpur, Chhangla, Chhani Nand Singh, Chhanian Kalan, Chhanian Rai Ide Khan, Chhant, Chikarial, Chima, Chingar Wan, Dad, Daggan, Dalowal, Darapur, Daulowal, Depur, Devi Dass, Dewal, Dhal, Dhamian, Dhande Katwal, Dhanoya, Dhar, Dharampur, Dhaula Khera, Dhesian, Dhido Katrala, Dhirowal, Dholal, Dohar, Dugral, Dugri, Dugri Raj Putan, Fatehpur, Fatehpur, Fattuwal, Ferozepur, Gagar, Gahlarian, Gaunspur, Gawal Chak Shangaru, Gera, Ghagwal, Ghalian, Ghallowal, Ghasitpur, Godho, Golra, Gujjar Katrala, Gurdaspur, Hajipur (CT), Halerdal Pat, Halerjanardhan, Handwal, Har Chand, Hardo Khondpur, Harse Mansar, Hirbeh, Hiyatpur, Hoshiarpur Kalota, Ittian, Jahanpur, Jakhrawal, Jalala, Jamalpur, Jamalpur Kalan, Jamalpur Khurd, Jandwal, Jhang, Jharera, Jhareriana, Jharing, Jhigla Pind, Jiwanwal, Jugial, Kajla, Kalas, Kale Bagh, Kalechpur Kalota, Kallowal, Kalo Chahang, Kando Karora, Kartoli, Kasra Wan, Kathigarh, Kaulian, Kaulpur, Kaulpur Kalan, Kaulpur Khurd, Khanpur, Kharak Balrah, Khichian, Khizarpur, Khush Nagar, Kolian, Kolian, Kothi, Kotli Khas, Labbar, Ladhari, Ladpur, Lalata, Langah, Latholi, Latifpur, Latifpur, Liddar, Lola, Mahiul-Dinpur Dalel, Mahi-Ul-Dinpur Gazi, Makha, Malkowal, Man, Mangu Mera, Manj Kala, Manjpur, Mansurpur, Maraula, Mauli, Mawa, Mehadpur, Mehatpur, Mehmudpur, Mehndipur, Mehtabpur, Miani Malahan, Mirpur, Mohri Chak, Mojowal, Motla, Mukerian, (M Cl) Muradpur, Muradpur, Musahibpur, Naharpur, Namoli, Nangal, Nangal Bihalan, Nangal Khanauran, Nansota, Narnaul, Nathuwal, Nathuwal, Naurangpur, Nikoo Chak, Noshehra, Noshera Shimli, Palahar, Palli, Pandori, Pandori, Pandori Baghel Singh, Pandori Musa, Panjdhe Gali, Panjdhera Kalan, Panjdhera Rahia, Papin, Parelian, Passi Karoro, Patial, Pawar, Pind Sahibka, Plaki, Pohari, Porika, Pota, Puro Chak, Raili, Rajpur, Rajwal, Rakri, Ram Nangal, Ranga, Ransota, Rauli, Repur, Sabar, Sadullapur Kalota, Sahaura Dadial, Sahaura Kandi, Sahota, Saido, Salehrian Kalan, Salehrian Khurd, Salhowal, Samrai, Sandhwal, Sanial, Sariana, Saroa, Saroya, Sathwan, Serakwal, Shekha Matta, Sherpur, Sibochak, Sihan, Sikri Uraf Ramgarh, Simbli, Singhpur, Singo Katrala, Singowal, Siparian, Siri Pandain, Sohali, Sudhari, Sukhchainpur, Sunderpur, Taggar Kalan, Taggar Khurd, Taluwal, Talwandi Kalan, Talwandi Khurd, Talwara (CT) Tanda Churian, Tanda Ram Sahai, Tohlu, Trangalian, Tung, Tur, Ukam, Ulaha, Umarpur, Waziran, Zahidpur, Zahidpur,
As of 2001 India census, Mukerian had a population of 21,379. Mukerian is situated near the banks of river Beas due to which it hold a big chunk of a very fertile land which can be harvested 3 to 4 times in a year. Mukerian is a junction for Gurdaspur, Pathankot, Talwara and Jalandhar by road. It is an industrial hub. Mukerian has some 30 rice mills (including Chajju Ram Muni Lal Rice and General Mills and Ohri Rice Mills) from which almost all the rice is exported to The Middle East and Europe. It is also a main market for the surrounding area. Chajju Ram Muni Lal Rice & Gen. Mill a well known rice mill established at Mukerian. Although a relatively small town, Mukerian is the largest towns for about 150 villages around it. Located on Jalandhar-Pathankot Road, Mukerian is a very harmonious community where people mostly belong to different sects of Hindu religion. There is a very famous Sikh Gurudwara that was earlier the Fort of Maharaj Ranjit Singh's in-laws known as "Qila Atallgarh".
A "miraculous" famous Lord Shiva temple is in the village of Kathgarh/Mirthal, about 20 km from Mukerian. There is a natural Shiva ling in the temple. Shiva-Parbati "PINDIES" (the holy stone) get apart in summer & get attached in the winter season. Thousands of devotees come here for worship and prayer. Another famous temple is in the village of Dagan near Mukerian.
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