Villages in Gadarwara Tahsil
Adegaon Kalan, Adegaon Khurd, Ajanda, Ajansara, Amada, Amai, Amgaon, Amoda, Andiya, Anghori, Arjungaon, Atthaisa, Babai Kalan, Babai Khurd, Badagaon, Badiya Ghat, Bagdara, Baghora, Baglai, Bahra, Bairagarh, Bamhanwada, Bamhori, Bamhori, Bamhori, Bamhori Khurd, Bandar Barru, Bandesur, Bandha, Bandha Kundi, Bankhedi, Banskheda, Banskheda, Banwari, Baranjh, Baranjh, Barchhi, Bareli, Bareli, Barha, Barhata, Barhata, Barkheda, Barman Khurd, Basuriya, Batesara, Belkhedi, Berkhedi, Berkhedi, Bhainsa, Bhainsa, Bhamka, Bhatera, Bhatra, Bheropur, Bhidmadhana, Bhilmadhana, Bhindwara, Bhobhari (Bhovari), Bhoot Kheda, Bhoot Pipariya, Bhorgarh, Bhorjhir, Bhumiya Dhana, Bichua (Bichhua), Bijanpur, Biloni, Bitli, Bodri, Bohani, Budhwara, Chamchon, Chandan Kheda, Chandon, Chargaon Kalan, Chargaon Khurd, Chhapara, Chhawara, Chhawargaon, Chhena Kachhar, Chhena Kachhar, Chhind Kheda, Chhitapar, Chichli (CT), Chiksa, Chirah Kalan, Chirah Khurd, Chirchira, Chirriya, Chor Barhata, Chougan, Dahalwada, Dahalwada, Deguwan, Deguwan, Dendu Kheda, Deori, Deori, Detpon, Dhameta, Dhana, Dhandiya, Dhanora, Dhigsara, Dhoda Keshla, Dhokheda, Dhursuru, Dighori, Dogragaon (Dongargaon), Dongarkhoh, Dudhwara, Dungariya, Dungariya, Dursara, Gadarwara, Gadarwara (M), Gagai (Gangai), Gaganwara, Ganesh Nagar, Gardha, Garha, Ghaghrola, Ghaghrola Kalan, Ghaghrola Khurd, Ghat Kamti, Ghat Pipariya, Ghoorpur, Ghutango, Golgaon Kalan, Golgaon Khurd, Gondi Jhiriya, Goras, Gujar Jhiriya, Gunve, Guwari, Harrai, Hathnapur, Hemra, Hingpani, Hirapur, Hirdepur, Ikloni, Imaliya, Imaliya, Imaliya, Imaliya, Imaliya, Imjhiri, Jaikheda, Jaithari, Jamada, Jamgaon, Jamuniya, Jhajhan Kheda, Jhamar, Jhamar, Jhamri, Jhikoli, Jhiriya, Juwara, Kajrota, Kalyanpur, Kamti, Kamti, Kanhargaon, Kankar Kuinya, Kanwas, Karapgaon, Karhaiya, Karhaiya, Karpa, Kathotiya, Kaudiya, Kaudiya, Kekra, Kelkachh, Kenkara, Keshla, Khadai, Khairi, Khairi, Khairi, Khairi, Khairi, Khairi, Khairi, Khairi Kalan, Khairi Khurd, Khairua, Khakariya, Khala, Khamariya, Khamariya, Khamghat, Khanchari, Khapa, Kharirua, Khireti, Khiriya, Khiriya, Khulri, Khursipar, Khursuru, Kirahkota, Korai, Koskarpa, Kothiya, Kothiya, Kothri, Kudari, Kuklor, Kumhidawar, Kundua Kheda, Kusmi, Lakha, Lawasar, Lilwani, Linga, Linga, Madesur, Madgula, Maharagaon, Maheshwar, Mahguwan, Mahguwan, Mahguwan Kalan, Mahguwan Khurd, Mahua Kheda, Malanwada (Malhanwada), Malhanwada, Manakheda, Manakwara, Manegoan, Maregaon, Marka, Matwara, Mau, Megarmuha, Mehra Kheda, Midhwani, Mohad, Mohpa, Mohpani, Mothegaon, Muar, Mudiya, Mukunda, Nandner, Nargi, Narsara, Narwara, Nayagaon, Neemuch, Nibhora, Nijor, Nimawar, Niwari, Pachama, Palera, Pali, Paloha, Panagar, Panari, Papra, Patkuhi, Patlon, Patna, Pipariya, Pipariya, Pipariya, Pipariya Kalan, Pipariya Khurd, Piparpani, Pithahara, Pithehara, Pithwani, Pitras, Podar, Pondi, Pondi, Prempur, Purguwan, Puwariya, Rahma, Raipani, Raipur, Ramkhedi, Ramkhiriya, Rampura, Ratanpura, Rati Karar, Rehli, Rehli, Richha, Richhai, Richhawar, Sadumar, Sagoriya, Sagra, Sahawan, Saikheda, Salaiya, Salaiya, Salgapur, Sanduk, Sangai, Sansar Kheda, Saonwari, Saori, Sarra, Sas Bahu, Sesadawar, Sethan, Shahpur, Sihora, Silheti, Simariya, Singora, Singota, Singpur, Siregoan, Sirsiri, Sokalpur, Sudras, Sujanpur, Sujwara, Sukha, Sukha Khairi, Sukri, Supari, Supari, Suriya, Surna, Tekapar, Tekapar, Tekapar, Tendukheda, Thalwada, Thareri, Thunti(Thuthi), Tighra, Tiguwan, Tiktoli, Timrawan, Tudni, Tuiyapani, Tuiyapani, Tumda, Udani, Ukasghat, Ukri, Ulthan, Umariya, Umarpani, Usrai,
- मेकलाः कॊशला मद्रा दशार्णा निषधास तदा
- गजयुथ्धेषु कुशलाः कलिङ्गैः सह भारत (VIII. 17.3)
- चेदिवत्साः करूषाश च भॊजाः सिन्धुपुलिन्थकाः
- उत्तमौजा दशार्णाश च मेकलाश चॊत्कलैः सह (VI.10.39)
Mekala (मेकल) - They fought on the side of the Kauravas (VIII. 17.2, VI. 83-9; 47.13). Mekala is the hill range in Gondwana from where the Narmada flows, and has been identified with Amarkantak.
Koshala (कौसल) - A famous solar dynasty of the Ramayana era; played a minor role in the Mbh. King Brahadvala joined Duryodhana (VI.83.9), but some Koshalas joined the Pandava side (in VIII.8.19; 33.22).
Madra (मद्र) - A Vedic people of high status. At the time of the epic, their king was Bahlika, and probably hailed from a tribe that migrated from Iran or Bactria and settled in Punjab.
Dasharna (दशार्ण)- Listed in 'geography' (VI.10.39); possibly from the western Vindhya region. Sided with Yudhishthira (VI.4).
- पराग्ज्यॊतिषाथ अनु नृपः कौसल्यॊ ऽद बृहथ्बलः
- मेकलैस तरैपुरैश चैव चिच्छिलैश च समन्वितः
This tribe was probably from Chichli town in this tahsil.
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