Bhadra

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Location of Bhadra in Hanumangarh district

Bhadra (भादरा) is a town and tahsil in district Hanumangarh in Rajasthan.

Origin of the name

It was founded by Bhadu Gotra Jats. Bhadus had ruled in this area of Rajasthan. It is in west of Hisar. As per Imperial Gazeteer of India v-8, p-22, its population in 1901 was 2,651. Bhadra is also a Jat clan. Dilip Singh Ahlawat has mentioned it as one of the ruling Jat clans in Central Asia. [1]

Jat Gotras

Villages in Bhadra tahsil

Location of Bhadra in Hanumangarh district

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Jat Monuments

Gram Chhatrawas Bhadra

History

According to Imperial Gazeteer of India v-8,p-22, the Bhadra tehsil was formerly the estate of one of the principal Thakurs ; but he was in constant rebellion against the Darbaris and was finally dispossessed in 1818. More than 44 per cent of the population were Jats at that time.

Punia rule

According to James Tod as mentioned in his book "Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan (1829)" the Jangladesh region was inhabited by Jats or Jits, who had for ages been established in these arid abodes. At every stage of invasion to India the invaders had to encounter with the Jats of this region. At what period the Jats established themselves in the Indian desert is not known. By the 4th century they had spread upto Punjab in India.

Nearly the whole of the territory forming the boundaries of Bikaner was possessed by the six Jat cantons namely:—

1. Poonia, 2, Godara, 3. Saran 4. Asiagh 5. Beniwal 6. Johiya, or Joweya

Each canton bore the name of the community, and was subdivided into districts. Number of villages in each canton and Districts included in them were as under :


Poonia : Villages - 300 Districts : Bhadra, Ajitpura, Sidhmukh, Rajgarh, Dadrewa, Sankhoo, etc. [2]


Political Influence of Jats

As more than 55% population of Bhadra tehsil consists of Jats so it is obvious that political scenario is totally dominated by Jats. Here is the list of winning MLA from Bhadra for the State Assembly since 1952.

1952 Hans Raj Arya

1962 Jugal

1967 Hans Raj Arya

1972 Gyan Singh Choudhry

1977 Lal Chand Dudi

1980 Gyan Singh Choudhry

1985 Lal Chand Dudi

1990 Lal Chand Dudi

1993 Gyan Singh Choudhry

1998 Sanjeev Beniwal

2003 Dr. Suresh Chaudhary

2008 Jaideep Dudi

2013 Sanjeev Beniwal

Notable persons

  • Hans Raj Arya - Freedom Fighter
  • Hardatt Singh Beniwal - Freedom fighter from Bhadra, Hanumangarh, Rajasthan.
  • Harish Chand Sai - Asstt. Manager DENA BANK, Date of Birth : 15-September-1959,VPO-Bhadra, Hanumangarh, Present Address : 79/55,MANSAROWAR, JAIPUR, Phone : 0141-2783849, Mob : 9460866112, Email Address : saiharish@rediffmail.com
  • Vinod Kumar Hudda - VPO:Bhadra, dist Hanumangarh, Rajasthan, Mob: 9461566322
  • चौ. अमरसिंह नेहरा पुत्र चौ. शिवजीराम भादरा, ग्रामोत्थान विधापीठ संगरिया को दान रू. 143000/- [3]
  • Shiv Kumar Mahla: RJS 2002 batch posted at Degana, Nagaur, From Bhadra, Hanumangarh, Rajasthan, M: 9414264606

See also

References

  1. Dilip Singh Ahlawat: Jat viron ka Itihas
  2. James Tod: "Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan (1829)"
  3. http://www.swamikeshwanand.com/Donors%20List.aspx sn 93

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