Jagadhri

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Location of Jagadhri in Yamunanagar District

Jagadhri (जगाधड़ी/ जगाधरी) is the name of a town and tahsil headquarter at Jagadhri in Yamunanagar district in Haryana.

Villages in Jagadhri tahsil

Aharwala, Ajijpur, Akalgarh, Akbarpur, Alahar, Ali Sherpur Majra, Alipur, Amadalpur, Ambli, Ambwala, Amloha, Arnauli, Asgarpur, Atawa, Aurangabad, Azizpur, Badanpuri, Badhi Majra, Bahadurpur, Bahrampur, Baindi, Bajawali, Bakala, Bakana, Bakarpur, Bal Chhapar, Bala Chaur , Balsuha, Bana Bahadurpur, Bankat, Bansewala, Bapa, Bapauli, Barheri, Barsan, Basantpur, Bhago Majra, Bhagwangarh, Bhagwanpur, Bham Bholi, Bhambol, Bhamnauli, Bhatauli, Bhattuwala, Bhawanipur, Bhil Chhappar, Bhogpur, Bhogpur, Bhogpur, Bhojpur, Bholiwala, Bhukhri, Bhut Majra, Bibipur, Bihta, Bilaspur (CT), Bir Balsuha, Bisation Wala, Bodhi, Bubka, Budheri, Buraj Jamunawala, Buria(MC), Buria Jagir, Buria Sarkar, Butgarh, Chabutron, Chaharwala Yamunanagar, Chahron, Chamrori, Chan Chak, Chanda Kheri, Chaneti, Chaurahi, Chhajju Nagala, Chhalaur, Chhapper Mansurpur, Chhari, Chholi, Chhota Bass, Chintpur, Choli, Chuharpur, Dadupur Chhawni, Damla, Darajpur, Darwa, Daryapur, Dasani, Daulatpur, Daulatpur Mahan, Dayalgarh, Dhakwala, Dhalaur, Dhanaura, Dhanupura, Dharam Kot, Dhaulra, Dhorang, Diyalgarh, Dohli, Domanwala, Dudhla, Faquir Majra, Farakhpur (CT), Faridpur, Fatehgarh Tumbi, Fatehpur, Fatehpur, Fazilpur, Ferozepur Ranyan, Gadhaula, Gadhauli, Gadwali, Galawari, Galoli, Gandapra, Garhi Banjara, Garhi Gosain, Garhi Gujran, Garhi Sikandarah, Garhi Viran, Ghalaur, Ghispur, Ghoron, Gianawala, Gobindpura, Goglon, Gohlni, Gohra Bani, Gollanpur, Gulapur, Gumthala Rao, Gundana, Gundani, Hafizpur, Haibatpur, Haluwala, Hangoli, Haran Chhappar, Hargarh, Hariawas, Haripur Jatan, Haripur Kambo, Harnaul, Hartan, Hartaul, Hasanpur, Haveli, Hudia, Isharpur, Ishopur, Islamnagar, Ismailpur, Ismailpur, Jafarpur Jafri, Jagadhri (M Cl), Jagdhauli, Jaipur, Jairampur Jagir, Jaitpur, Jamalpur, Jampur, Jandhera, Jangle Salempur Kohi, Jarauda, Jathlana, Jaurian, Jhaguri, Jhanda, Jhar Chandna, Jhinjron, Jhinwar Heri, Jhinwarheri, Jogiwara, Jubal, Juda Jatan , Juda Shei Khan, Kabulpur, Kail, Kaimpura, Kajiwas, Kakrauni, Kalanaur, Kalanpur, Kalawar, Kalesra, Kalyanpur Atari, Kami Majra, Kanahri Kalan, Kanalsi, Kanarhi Khurd, Kandaiwala, Kandrauli, Kanipla, Kanjnon, Kansepur (CT), Kapoori Kalan, Kapoori Khurd, Karera Khurd, Karhera, Kartarpur, Kat, Katarwali, Katarwali, Kathgarh, Kathwala, Khajuri, Khajuri, Khandwa, Khanpur, Khanpur Rajputan, Khanuwala, Kharwan, Khera, Khera Brahmanan, Khera Kalan, Khera Khurd, Kheri Darshan Singh, Kheri Lakha Singh, Kheri Ranghran, Khirki Brahmanan, Khundewala, Khurdban, Khurdi, Kotar Khana, Kotla, Kotra Khas, Kulchandu, Kulpur, Kunjal Jatan, Kunjal Kambo, Kurali, Kurewala, Laharpur, Lakhi Bans, Lal Chhapar, Lalhari Kalan, Lalhari Khurd, Landaura, Lapra, Lawana, Lawani, Machhrauli, Madho Bas, Maghar Pura, Mahamadpur, Maheswari, Mahiyudinpur, Mahlan Wali, Mahmudpur, Majri, Majri Dayalgarh, Majri Tapu, Makhaur, Malak Raipur, Malakpur, Malakpur Bangar, Mali Majra, Mali Majra, Mamli, Manakpur, Mandauli, Mandebar, Mandebari, Mandhar, Mandi, Manglaur, Mansurpur, Marrupur, Marwa Kalan, Marwa Khurd, Masana Jatan, Masana Ranghran, Mauhri, Mianpur, Milak Jhabalian, Milak Majra, Milak Sukhi, Milkara, Milkkhas, Mirzapur, Modhli, Modhuwala, Mohammadpur, Mohri, Mugalwali, Mukarimpur, Mumidi, Munda Khera Jagadhari, Munda Majra, Muradpur, Musimbal Hindwan, Musimbal Muslamanan, Mustafabad (CT), Muzafat, Nabh, Nachraon, Nagal, Nagal Patti Machhrauli, Nagla Jagir , Nagla Khalsa, Nagla Sadhan, Nagli, Naharpur, Nai Gawan, Naiwala, Nakum, Namdarpur, Nanheri, Nathanpur, Naugawan Chakpahla, Naugawan Jagir, Naushahra, Nawagaon, Nawan Shahar, Nazampur, Odhri, Pabni Kalan, Pabni Khurd, Paharipur, Painsal, Palakha, Palewala, Pammu Wala, Pandon, Paniwala, Panjaura, Panjauri, Panjupur, Pansra, Paonti, Parbhaoli, Parbholi, Parwalon, Patasgarh, Peerwali, Pilkhanwala, Pipliwala, Pobari, Potli, Prithipur, Qaimpura, Radaur (MC), Radauri, Raianwala, Raipur, Rajheri, Rajpur, Rajpura, Ramgarh, Ramgarh Alias Gulabgarh, Ramgarh Majra, Ramgarh Sawai, Rampur Gainda, Rampur Harian, Rampur Jat, Rampur Kamboan, Rampur Ranyan, Rampura, Ranipur, Ranjitpur, Ranyan Wala, Rao, Rapri, Rasulpur Jagadhri, Ratanpura, Ratauli, Rathali, Rattangarh, Rattoli, Rattu Wala, Rohla Heri, Ror Chhappar, Ruhla Kheri, Rukali, Rupauli, Sabalpur, Sabapur, Sabhapur, Sabhri, Sabilpur Jatan, Sadaura(MC), Sadaura Nadipar, Sadgoli, Sadhaura, Sadiqpur, Safilpur, Sagri, Saidupur, Salahpur, Salempur, Salempur Bangar, Salempur Kohi, Sandhai, Sandhala, Sandhali, Sangauli, Sangipur, Saran, Saranwa, Sarawin, Sasauli (CT), Satari, Shadipur, Shah Quamaispur, Shahab Pura, Shahpur Jagadhri, Shahzadpur, Shampur, Shekhupura, Shergarh, Sialba, Sikandera, Sili Kalan, Sili Khurd, Singhpura, Suabari, Sudhail, Sudhal, Sugh, Sukhdaspur, Sukhpura, Sultanpur, Sunder Bahadurpur, Taharpur Khurd, Tajakpur, Talakaur, Tapu Kamalpur, Teha Brahmanan, Tehi Jatan, Tejli, Telipura, Tewar, Thaska, Thaska Khadar, Tibri, Tigra, Tigri, Todarpur, Topra, Topra Khurd, Tunde Ki Taparian, Udamgarh, Uncha Chandana, Unheri, Uttamwala, Yamunanagar (M Cl),

History

Yugandhara (युगंधर) was name of a country mentioned by Panini and a City in Mahabharata (IV.1.9)[1],(VI.10.40)[2], (VII.15.30),(VIII.30.42)[3]. It has been identified as modern Jagadhari in Haryana. [4][5]

जगाधरी इलाका सन् 1832 ई० में रानी दयाकुंवरि के मरने पर सरकार ने जब्त कर लिया था। यह रानी सरदार भगवानसिंह की धर्मपत्नी थी। यह रियासत सब तरह से धन-धान्य से पूर्ण थी। (जाट इतिहास:ठाकुर देशराज, पृष्ठ-513)

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References

  1. सन्ति रम्या जनपथा बह्व अन्नाः परितः कुरून
    पाञ्चालाश चेथिमत्स्याश च शूरसेनाः पटच्चराः
    दशार्णा नव राष्ट्रं च मल्लाः शाल्व युगंधराः Mahabharata (IV.1.9)
  2. पाञ्चालाः कौशिकाश चैव एकपृष्ठा युगंधराः
    सौधा मद्रा भुजिङ्गाश च काशयॊ ऽपरकाशयः Mahabharata (VI.10.40)
  3. युगंधरे पयः पीत्वा परॊष्य चाप्य अच्युतस्थले
    तथ्वथ भूतिलये सनात्वा कदं सवर्गं गमिष्यति Mahabharata (VIII.30.42)
  4. Buddha Prakash, Political and Social Movements in Ancient Punjab, p. 110.
  5. V. S. Agrawala: India as Known to Panini, 1953, p.57
  6. The Rajas of the Punjab by Lepel H. Griffin/The History of the Patiala State, p.64

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