Jabalpur

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Jabalpur (जबलपुर) is a city and district in Madhya Pradesh.

Origin of name

The city derives name from the legendary sage Jabali (जाबाली), mentioned in Ramayana. According to Bhedaghat folklore, a small cave on the bank of the Narmada River was Jabali's ashram. Variations of the name include Jabalipuram and Jubbulgarh, and under British rule the city was known as Jubbulpore. In 2006, the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation renamed the city Jabalipuram.[1]

Variants of name

History

Mythology describes three Asuras in the Jabalpur region who were defeated by Shiva.[4] In Rupnath, 84 kms north of the city, Ashokan relics dating to 300 BCE have been found as evidence of the Maurya Empire (322 to 185 BCE).[5] When the empire fell, Jabalpur became a city-state before it was ruled by the Satavahana dynasty (230 BCE to 220 CE). Local rulers, including the Bodhis and the Senas, followed before the region became a vassal state of the Gupta Empire (320 to 550).[6]

From 675 to 800, the region was ruled by Bamraj Dev of the Kalachuri dynasty from Karanbel. The best known Kalachuri ruler was Yuvraj Dev I (reigned 915 to 945), who married Nohla Devi (a princess of the Chalukya dynasty). One of the Kalachuri amatya (ministers) was Golok Simha Kayastha, who was instrumental in founding the Chausath Yogini Temple near Bhedaghat. His descendants include Bhoj Simha, adviser to Sangramsahi (reigned 1491–1543); Adhar Simha, adviser to Rani Durgavati (reigned 1550–1564) and Beohar Raghuvir Sinha, jagirdar of Jabalpur until 1947.

The Gond king, Madan of Mandla, (reigned 1138 to 1157 CE) built a small Durgavati hilltop fort at Madan Mahal, an area in Jabalpur. In the 1500s, the Gond king, Sangram (whose son married Rani Durgavati) held Singaurgarh fort in Sangrampur (near Garha, Jabalpur).

In 1564, during the reign of Veer Narayan (Sangram's grandson), Abdul Majeed Harawi (viceroy of Kara-Manikpur in the Mughal Empire) conquered Jabalpur and its surrounds. However, the Mughal supremacy in Jabalpur was more nominal than real.

In 1698, the Gond king, Hriday (reigned 1652 to 1704) moved his court to the Mandla fort. He secured water sources and built irrigation structures. The last Gondi ruler was Nizam (reigned 1753 to 1780). After Nizam, the Gondi kingdom fell to the Maratha.

The Maratha rulers of Sagar Madhya Pradesh came to power in about 1781. Around 1798, the Maratha Peshwa (governor) gave the Nerbuddah valley to the Bhonsle kings of Nagpur, who ruled the area until 1818 when it was taken by the British East India Company after the Battle of Sitabuldi.

Jat Gotras

Bamal, Budhwar, Karelia, Nain, Thakurela,

Tahsils in Jabalpur District

Villages in Jabalpur District

Villages in Jabalpur tahsil:

Vilages in Kundam tahsil:

Amera, Amheta, Andhar, Babaiya, Badkur, Badua, Bahnapani, Bamhani, Bandariya, Bar, Bargawa, Batai, Bhadri, Bhanpura, Bhimpar, Bhoka Deori, Bichhua, Bilgawan, Bilsara, Bisanpura, Bishanpura, Budbudi, Cheeta Kudri, Chhapara Kar, Chhapra Sar, Chhirpani, Chikhli, Chiraipani, Chourai Khurd, Dadargawan D, Dashrathpur, Dehari Kalan, Deohara, Deori Baghra, Deori Khurd , Deorigarh, Devohara Chau, Dugargawa, Dunda, Gangai, Garyari, Ghodatakan, Ghughari, Hansapur, Harra Tikur, Hinauta , Jamodi, Jamuniya, Jamuniya Tik, Jaruwa Dabra, Jhirna, Jhirni, Jhojh, Jhunjh, Kalyanpur Ba, Kalyanpur Kh, Kanharpura, Kanheri, Kanhwara, Karaghat, Karanpura, Kardara, Karondi, Khamha, Khamharwani, Khamhriya, Khirwa, Khitola, Khudargawan, Kiwlari, Kolmuhi, Kuhka, Kundwara, Kuppi, Kusuwa Dabra, Kutra Ghondi, Ladwar, Madai Kalan, Mahegaon, Majhgawan, Manera, Masuri Kachhar, Mehdar, Men Panhari, Modai Khurd, Mohani Baira, Murjhaur, Narayanpur, Negai, Padariya Gan, Padariya Khu, Padariya Moh, Padariya Sup, Paduharpur, Pahpatpur, Parwa, Patna Kalan, Patna Khurd, Pipariya Lakh, Pipariya Phip, Pipariya Pip, Pitkuhi Kalan, Pitkuhi Khurd, Rahata, Ramgiri, Ramhepura, Rampuri Khurd, Ranipur, Roriya, Sahajpuri, Sahdora, Sakari Kastra, Sakarl Gauri, Salhepani, Samnapur, Sandaweli, Sandhi, Sangrampur, Sankuhi, Sarangpur, Saraswan, Satanjhir, Silpura, Simariya, Sonthi F, Sujanpur, Sukari, Sunawal, Tikariya Juha, Tikariya Panc, Tikariya Supa, Tithan Kalan, Toormadar, Tori Dabra, Touri Bhajiya, Touri Kude, Uchaihara, Umrjhar, Urdagawa,


Vilages in Majhouli tahsil:

Aaalsur, Aami, Amagwan, Amna, Amoda, Anghora, Babaiya, Badkura, Bagdhari, Bagla, Bahra, Baiher Khu., Bakaswahi, Bamhori, Bandha, Baragwan, Barodha, Batrangi, Berdehri, Bhatangwan, Bheetakal, Bheetakhurd, Bichhiys, Bilargwan, Binduli, Biriya, Bodi, Boodhi, Budrai, Bundeli, Chargwan, Deori, Dhanadi, Dhanwahi, Dharampur, Dhargwan, Dhondi, Dinori Khom, Dongariys, Gaada, Ghanakalan , Ghanakhurd, Ghat Khamariya, Ghughra, Ghutehi, Goraa, Gurda, Gwari, Itwa, Jamunia, Jujhari, Junwani, Kaluwa, Katra, Khairi, Khamaria, Khamariya, Khango, Khethra, Kingi, Konikhurd, Kukrai, Kumherwars, Kusmi, L. Luhari, Lahos, Lamti, Latuwa, Lodai, Madhai, Magarkats, Majhagwan Bagheli, Malhara, Mandhora, Mandla, Mangwan, Mansakra, Mohaniya, Mudari, Mudiamodad, Nareela, Nayagaon, Negai, Negwan, Nigwani, Paduwa, Pali, Parsila, Pathra, Pati, Pipariya, Pipariyatagar, Piperiya, Ponda, Pondikala, Pondikhurd, Poniya, Pora, Puraina, Puranhai, Rajtula, Rajvari, Rangwan, Reechhi, Reechhi Pindrai, Reechhikund, Rehts Komaria, Sagda, Sagona, Sahajpura, Sakerpeela, Salaiya, Samdhar, Saroda, Shayampura, Simariyaghat, Singhpur, Sitehti, Somakhurd, Suhas, Sungwan, Sunwani, Surekha, Tak Behar, Tala, Talwa, Tapa, Umariya,


Vilages in Panagar tahsil:

Akola, Amakhoh, Amanalla, Andhuwa, Badaiyakheda, Baderakala, Bagheli, Baghodi, Bamhni, Bamhnoda (lakhna), Bamhnoda (manakwara), Bamhori, Bandhi, Basha, Belkhadu, Bhaisdehi, Bharra, Bhorha, Bichhua, Bigori, Bihar, Bihariya, Bijhna, Bijora, Bilagva, Bilkharva, Chanti, Charkhi, Chhinamani, Chhitrikhurd, Chilhiya, Deena, Dojiya, Dongar Badera, Doodi, Doodi Pipariya, Doodki, Dumna, Dungariya, Footatal, Gajar, Gangajali, Garda (kham), Ghughutola, Ghuroua, Goura, Gurda, Hardua, Hathidol, Hathna, Hinota, Jaitpuri, Jalgaon, Jatva, Jhilmili, Jhurghuru, Junwani, Kachnari, Kakarhai, Kariwah, Kashhi, Katiaya, Keolari, Keolari (mahgva), Khairi (maharajpur), Khairi (nagna), Kharond, Khiriyakhurd, Kohani, Kohna, Kundwari, Kutangar, Lakhanwara, Leelkheda, Machala, Madna, Mahagva (pariat), Manegaon, Maniyarikala, Maniyarikhurd, Matiyakhurd, Mehgava (baghora), Mehgava (kakartala), Mohlajhir, Mudari, Mudiya (nirandpur), Nandni Rosra, Naragva, Nimdua, Nuniyakhurd, Oriya, Padora, Padwarkala, Padwarkheda, Padwarkhurd, Pamnara, Paraspani, Patera, Pathara, Pipariya Baghora, Pipariya Banyakheda, Pipariya Pariet, Pipariyakhurd, Pondi (dharhar), Pondi (nagna), Pouniya, Puraina, Purwa, Raiyakheda, Raksha, Rimjha, Sakri (gulenda), Sakri (tilgava), Salaiya, Saraswahi, Sarkhadi, Sarsva (khajri), Simariya (mankwara), Simariya (raigva), Singladeep (i), Singladeep (ii), Sonpur, Suhajna, Surmawah, Thakurtalaiya, Tikari, Tinku Mohaniya, Tiwarikheda, Umariya (leeti),

Vilages in Patan tahsil:

Abhana, Achalauni, Akouna, Amarpur, Amkheda, Badhaiya Kheda, Baijala, Bamhori, Banwar, Barabata, Barapata, Barkheda, Barmuriya, Baroda, Basan, Basiya, Basoda, Beeja, Belkhedi Chapol, Beohari, Bhakaliya, Bhamka, Bhautiya, Bhita Karondi, Bhorda, Bilsara, Biruwa, Biwga, Chandwa, Chapod, Charghwan Akauna, Chhapori, Chhatarpur, Chhituraha, Chikhli, Chinhuta, Chopra, Deori, Dewari, Dhamni, Dhanoli, Dhirkheda, Didhaura Rasiya, Diviari, Dohra, Doni, Dundi, Dundi On Road, Garraha, Gharra, Gudiya, Handa, Harduwa, Harduwa Barhi, Hatepur, Hatepur Kalan, Hatepur Khurd, Hinauta Baroda, Hinauta Ghatera, Imaliya Chhedi, Imaliya Pachriya, Itwa Imaliya , Jamuniya Gharra, Jatasi, Jhagri, Jhamar Banwar, Jhamar Medhi, Jugiya, Jugtara, Jugtaraiya, Jurikhurd, Kaimori, Kanti Damni, Kanti Luhari, Kantora, Karondi, Katiya Luhari, Khaira Amarpur, Khaira Ramkhriya, Khairi Doni, Khairi Gwari, Khairi Udana, Khairiya Kala, Khajri Mihguwan, Khatoli Dhana, Khiriya Khurd, Kuhari Kushli, Kukurbhuka, Kumgawan, Lamheta, Luhari Sookha, Mad Papiriya, Madiya, Madna, Madwa, Mahaguwan Pondi, Mahda Mankawa, Majhgawan, Majhgawan Bakal, Malakhurd, Mangudiya, Midki, Mihgawan Chhaka, Mihguwan Khajh, Mohantara, Mudiya, Muhla, Murgawan, Muskara, Muswa, Nanhwara, Naukheda, Nimi, Padariya Beohari, Padariya Bilkhiva, Padariya Goppur, Paimakheda, Pathora, Pauniya, Pawai, Pipariya Chh, Pipariya Madwa, Pipariya Midki, Pipariya Sahsan, Pipariya Udna, Pondi Hardua, Pondi Khurd, Pondi Sindawi, Raithva, Rakhi, Rampura, Ranital, Rasuiya, Richhai, Ronsara, Sahsan Dhaneta, Sahsan Padwa, Sajpani, Sarkhandi, Sarra, Sigantalai, Simariya Hardua, Simariya Karari, Simariya Sukha Suriaha, Sindari, Singori, Sontalai, Suahiya Simariya, Sunda, Suraiya Boriya, Thuha, Tighra, Tilgawan, Timri, Udaki, Umariya Jhamar,

Vilages in Shahpura tahsil:

Aamakhoh, Ahrora, Andiya, Andiya Sookha, Auriya, Badiwara, Bambabari, Bamhory, Bamnoda, Barbati, Bargi, Barha, Barkachhar, Barkheda Gangai, Barman, Barriyakheda, Belkhedy, Bhadarwara, Bhadpura, Bhamka, Bhangawn, Bharatpur, Bharda, Bhautiya, Bichhuwa, Biharipura, Bijori, Budwari, Chargawr, Chhapra, Chirapody, Dabkiya, Deori Khulari, Deori Naveen, Dhabhola, Dhangawn, Dharmpura Ganoai, Dheemarjhojhi, Dhlhakheda, Dhobhi, Dighora, Dighori, Dudwara, Dulhankheda, Dungariya, Fular, Ganjkatanga, Ghughara, Ghughari, Ghughari Kan, Gokla, Gubarkhurd, Gundari, Gundrai Jam , Gwari, Harduli, Hathikandhar, Hirapur, Imjhar, Imliya, Ishwarkheda, Jaitakheda, Jamkhar, Jamuniya Jwab, Jamuniya Saliwada, Jansi, Jhojhi, Jhurai Pipriya, Jugpura Mehgawn, Jugpura Pawala, Jwab, Kalapatha, Kamtiya, Karhaiyakala, Katangi, Kateela, Kedarpur, Khairi Sahaipur, Khairi Samadpura, Khalri Imaliya, Khamdehi, Khamriya, Khapra, Kheruwa, Khirkakheda, Khoka, Khulari, Kishlai, Kivlari, Kohli, Kuda Karhaiya, Kulon Bijna, Kunwakheda, Lamheta, Luti, Mahgawn Kutari, Maili, Majitha, Manegaon, Matapur , Matwara, Mihgawn Bhadpura, Mihgawn Daman, Mirga, Mudiya, Murkatiya, Nachankheda, Nakatiya, Naveen Chargawn, Neemkheda, Neemkheda Sihoda, Nunpur, Pahadikheda, Parchiya, Patharphody, Pindrai, Pipariya Ramghat, Pipriya Dalsa, Pipriya Jamunia, Pipriya Nayanega, Pondi Ghunsor, Pondi Seshpur, Raini, Raiyankheda, Rajola, Sagada, Sakri, Saliwada Nichi, Sarra, Semra Fv, Shitalpur, Simriya, Singori, Singpur, Somti, Suhjani, Sunpura, Thana, Tilwara, Tingra, Tinheta, Tipra, Tonta, Tumara, Umariya Chargwon, Umariya Rasni, Umariya Semra , Urram,

Vilages in Sihora tahsil

Amadongri, Atariya, Badamkhurd, Bandarkola, Banjar, Baragwan Rajaawan, Bareli, Beli, Bhadamkala, Bhadamsani, Bhanpura, Bharda, Bhatuli, Bheekakheda, Bichhiya, Bijainya, Bilha, Bragwan Junwnai, Branne, Budhri, Budhua, Chikhli, Dabu, Damdama, Daroulikala, Daroulikhurdh, Devri Kanhai, Devri Katra, Devri Lamtra , Dhamda, Dhamki, Dhangwna, Dubyara, Gada, Gadhchapa, Ghana, Ghaurakoni, Ghugra, Hardi, Hinautiya, Jhanja, Jhiti, Jhouli, Jurnwani, Keolari Tikariya, Khagamau, Khamariya Gandhi Gram, Khamariya Phanwani, Khamariya Tikariya, Khiraikhurdh, Khitaula Khampariya, Kodamukur, Korakap, Kudiyara, Kudwa, Kukarra, Kumhikhurdh, Kuwankheda, Lamtra, Madai, Madha Bijar, Madodh, Mandowar, Manegawn, Marha P, Mehagwan Bela, Mehagwan Bhandra, Mehagwan Kurro, Mehagwan Padarivakala, Midasan, Mohtra, Murta, Murwa, Muskura, Muskuri, Negai, Nindora, Nipaniya, Nunja, Padariya Makura, Parakheda, Pathrai, Phanwani, Pipariya Khabra, Pipariya Kurro, Pipariyabhandra, Piparsara, Praswara, Rithauri, Riwanjhi, Sachuli, Sarda, Shagarh, Shahapura, Silaudi, Simariya Mohasam, Simriya Katra, Sindursi, Singhanpuri, Singuhi, Tangwa, Tighra, Umariya Algoda, Vinaiki,

Notable persons

  • Ramanuj Saran Singh Karelia - Jabalpur, Mob:9425865719[7]
  • Thakur S M S Thakur, 777A South Civil Lines C/O Patanjali Arogya Kendra, Jabalpur, Mob: 9425898758

External links

References

  1. Times of India Report Dated 18 Dec 2006
  2. [[AS] (p.363)
  3. [[AS] (p.363)
  4. Jabalpur City Guide. Goodearth Publications, 2008 p8. ISBN 8187780738, 9788187780731.
  5. Jabalpur City Guide. Goodearth Publications, 2008 p8. ISBN 8187780738, 9788187780731.
  6. Jabalpur City Guide. Goodearth Publications, 2008 p8. ISBN 8187780738, 9788187780731.
  7. Jat Vaibhav Smarika Khategaon, 2010, p. 48

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