Badnawar

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Location of Badnawar in Dhar District

Badnawar (बदनावर) is town and tahsil in Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh. It is known for beautiful temple dedicated to Adishvara. [1]

Variants

History

It was once known as Vardhamanapur, Acharya Jinasena started the composition of Harivamsa Purana here in AD 783. [2][3] It remained a major Jain center until mid 13th century.

Jayavarmadeva, A Paramara ruler, had issued a grant mentioning Vardhamanapur, which was found at Ujjain. Some of the ancient Jain images found here are now displayed in the Digambar Jain Museum Ujjain. Approximately twenty inscribed images have been found here that date from Samvat 1122 to 1308.[4] Several of them mention Vardhanapur or Vardhamanapura as the name of the city and some mention a Jain community named Vardhamanapuranvaya (now called Badanera). Ancient Jain images continue to be found here.[5]

Badnawar was a pargana given to Raja Rai Singh, second son of Maharaja Ratan Singh Rathore of Ratlam and governor of 16 parganas of north Malwa in 1658, before the fatal battle of Dharmat against Mughal Aurangzeb where Ratan Singh was killed and Rai Singh escaped wounded, in 1733 it came under Maratha rule by the conquest of Malwa by Peshwa Bajirao. Dhar State was formed under the Maratha ruler Puar. In 1818 Raja Bhagwant Singh was compelled to move to Kachhi Baroda and a settlement was made by Sir John Malcome of the British East India Company. Dhar district, included at least 4 jagirs (feudatory (e)states), all held by Rajput Thakurs: Multhan (29 villages), Kachhi Baroda (18 villages), Bakhatgarh, Dotrea and Bidwal (eight villages).

बदनावर

विजयेन्द्र कुमार माथुर[6] ने लेख किया है कि....बदनावर, म.प्र., (AS, p.604),मालवा-भूभाग में स्थित है. परमारकालीन (10-13वीं शती) मंदिरों के अवशेष के लिए यह स्थान उल्लेखनीय है.

Jat gotras

Villages in Badnawar tahsil

Ajanya Khedi, Amodiya, Babarda, Badnawar (NP), Badwai, Bakhatgarh, Bakhatpura, Baloda, Bamakhedi, Bamanda Kalan, Bamanda Khurd, Bamansuta, Bamanya Rundi, Barodiya, Batwadiya Kalan, Batwadiya Khurd, Bawadiya, Beganda, Beganda, Bhat Bamanda, Bhat Khareli, Bhensola, Bheroopada, Bhimpura, Bhimpura, Bhoinda, Bhuwani Kheda, Bida, Bidwal, Bor Jhadi, Borali, Borda, Bordi, Bukdawada Khedi, Bulgara, Bulgari, Chamunda Khedi, Chandwadiya, Chandwadiya Kalan, Chandwadiya Khurd, Chhangara, Chhayan, Chhayan Khurd, Chho Kalan, Chho Khurd, Chira Khan, Chirakhan, Dangi Khedi, Dattigara, Delchi, Derkha Urf Bharatgarh, Dhamana, Dhaniya Khedi, Dharsi Kheda, Dholana, Dholana Khurd, Diwanya, Dotrya, Dudhwal, Gadhi, Gajnod, Gandwada, Ghatgara, Golawada, Gopal Khedi, Gulripada, Gundi Khada, Hanumantya, Harkajhar, Indrawal, Jabada, Jalod, Jaloda Khera(Rameshpur), Jawasiya, Jhijhard, Kabarpada, Kachhi Baroda, Kachnariya, Kalola, Kalyanpura, Kankraj, Kanvan, Kanwasa, Karadiya, Karanpura, Karod Kalan, Karod Khurd, Karoda, Kathodiya Bada, Kathodiya Chhota, Katlawada, Kesarpura, Khachroda, Khajuriya, Khamlipada, Khandigara, Khardiya, Kheda, Khedi, Kherwas, Khiledi, Kisanpura, Kod, Kumedi, Kusawada, Lili Khedi, Makani, Makka Khedi, Manasa Dhar, Manglya, Masaniya, Mausar, Maya Khedi, Mehatpura, Multhan, Mundla, Mungela, Muradka, Nagda, Nagjhiri, Nagora, Naharkheda, Nindwaniya, Nogaon, Osar, Padunya, Palibaroda, Palwada, Pana, Panchakwasa, Panchmukhi, Panda, Payakunda, Phuledi, Pipal Khunta, Pipaliya, Pitgara, Pratappura, Ralayta, Rangara Khedi, Ratanpura, Rayanpada, Reshamgara, Ritoda, Ritodi, Rupa Kheda, Saktali, Sanawada, Sandla, Sangwi, Sangwi Alias Daulatpura, Sanoli, Sardarpura, Semal Kheda, Semaliya, Sergarh, Shambhopada, Shivgarh, Siloda Buzurg, Siloda Khurd, Silodiya, Takrawada, Tarod, Tikhipada, Tilgara, Warnasa,

History

Jat Samaj Badnawar, Samuhik Vivah Samoroh Samiti, Dwitiy Samuhik Vivah Samoroh 4 February 2014. Phone:9425969553, 9893548483, 9826418672

Notable persons

  • Gattu Lal Sahardiya - Jat Krishi Farm Chhayan, Badnawar, Mob:9893548483[7]
  • Dr Radhe Shyam Jat - Chirayu Hospital, Subhash Marg, Badnawar, Mob: 9425969553

Photo Gallery

External links

References

  1. Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5505
  2. Literary and Historical Studies in Indology, Vasudev Vishnu Mirashi, pp. 139-144
  3. Malwa Through The Ages, Kailash Chand Jain, Motilal Banarsidass, Publ., 1972 p. 486
  4. Kasturchand Jain Suman, Bharatiya Digambar Jain Abhilekh aur Tirth Parichay, Madhya-Pradesh: 13 vi shati tak, Delhi, 2001
  5. Dainik Bhaskar, 15.9.2018
  6. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.604
  7. Jat Vaibhav Smarika Khategaon, 2010, p. 109

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