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Barnala is well known for textiles
Villages in Barnala Tahsil
Alkran, Amla Singhwala, Aspal Kalan, Aspal Khurd, Attargarh, Badbar, Badhata, Badra, Bahmania, Bakhatgarh, Baloke, Barnala (M Cl), Barnala (Rural), Bazidke Kalan, Bazidke Khurd, Bhadalwad, Bhadaur (M Cl), Bhaini Fatta, Bhaini Jassa, Bhaini Mehraj, Bhathlan, Bhila, Bhotna, Bhura, Burj Fatehgarh, Chananwal, Cheema, Chhana Gulabsingh, Chhapa, Chhiniwal Khurd, Chiniwal Kalan, Chuhanke Kalan, Chuhanke Khurd, Chung, Dangarh, Daraj, Deepgarh, Dhanaula, Dhanaula (M Cl), Dhanaula Khurd, Dhaner, Dhaula, Dhilwan ( Patiala), Dhilwan (Nabha), Dhurkot, Diwana, Draka, Fatehgarh Chhanna, Gagewal, Gangohar, Gehal, Ghunas, Gumti, Gurm, Hamidi, Handiaya (NP), Harbanspura, Hardaspura, Harigarh, Jaimal Singhwala, Jangiana, Jhaloor, Jodhpur, Kahneke, Kaire, Kalal Majra, Kalala, Kaleke, Karamgarh, Kattu, Kharak Singhwala, Khiali, Khudi Kalan, Khudi Khurd, Kirpal Singhwala, Kot Duna, Kuba, Kurar, Kutba, Lohgarh, Mahal Kalan, Mahal Khurd, Majuke, Malian, Manal, Mangewal, Mauran(Nabha), Mauran(Patiala), Mehta, Moom, Nainewala, Naiwala, Nangal, Naraingarh Sohian, Nihaluwala, Pakho, Pakhoke, Pandher, Pandori, Patti Draka, Patti Khatar, Patti Sekhwan, Patti Sohlan, Pharwahi, Raisar (Patiala), Raisar (Punjab), Rajgarh, Rajia, Ramgarh, Rasulpur, Rura Kalan, Rura Khurd, Sadowal, Sahore, Sandhu Kalan, Sanghera, Sehjra, Sehna, Shekha, Tajoke, Talewal, Talwandi, Tapa (M Cl), Tappa (R), Thikriwala, Thulewal, Thuliwal, Ugoke, Uppali,
Barnala was named after Baba Ala Singh. Baba Ala Singh left Bhadaur with his elder brother(home town of Patiala State)and settled at Barnala and conquered many areas with the help of his brothers the Bhadaur Sardars. Though it was a district headquarters in erstwhile princely state system, it was later merged in PEPSU (Patiala & East Punjab States Union) and degraded as sub divisional headquarter. Its restored as a district headquarters now.
- S. Surjit Singh Baarnala, former Chief Minister of Punjab and Governor of Tamilnadu.
Barnala village in Gurdaspur
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