Khair Aligarh

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For Gotra of this name see - Khair
Location of Khair in Aligarh district

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Khair is a town and tahsil in Aligarh district in Uttar Pradesh.

Villages in Khair tahsil

Adampur, Ahraula, Aidalpur, Ainchana, Andala, Arni, Arrana, Atari, Baina, Bairamganj, Bajauta, Bajhera, Bajhera, Bajherha, Bajidpur, Balampur, Balipur, Baluapur, Bamani, Bamoti, Bankner, Bhadiyar, Bhamraula, Bhanauli, Bhanera, Bharatpura, Bhareri, Bhogpur, Bhojaka, Bichpuri Khair, Biharipur, Bijana Ki Nagaliya, Bilkhora, Bulakipur, Burhaka, Chamar Nagaria, Chaudhana, Chhajjupur, Chiti, Damuaka, Dewaka, Dharmpur, Dhumra, Diwahamidpur, Faizuaka, Fateh Garhi, Ganeshpur, Garhi Urf Nagala Shyauram, Gaudoli, Ghanghauli, Gharbara, Girdharpur, Godoli, Gomat, Gauraula, Haivatpur, Hamidpur, Harji Ki Garhi Urf Garhi Suraj, Harsukh Ki Nagaliya, Hasanpur Jarailia, Haziyapur, Hetalpur, Hirpura, Ismailpur, Itwarpur, Jadana, Jahan Garh, Jaidpura, Jalalpur khair, Janhera, Jarara, Jartauli, Jatari (NP), Jikarpur, Kadirpur Barah, Kakola, Kaliyanpur, Kamalpur, Kansera, Kathagiri , Karanpur, Kasison, Keelpur, Khair (MB), Khandeha, Khediya Jhallo, Khediya Khurd, Khera, Khera Kishan, Khera Sattu, Kheriabuzurg, Kiratpur, Kripalpur, Kunwarpur, Kurana, Lakshman Garhi, Lal Garhi, Lalpur Raiyatpur, Lohagarh, Lohlari, Madak, Madanpur, Mahgaura, Malab, Mangola, Manpur, Manpur Kalan, Manpur Khurd, Marha Habibpururf Madha Habibpur, Marorgarhi, Mathna, Mau, Maur, Mirpur Dahora, Mohasan Pur, Nagal Kala, Nagala Assoo, Nagala Khurd, Nagala Kripa, Nagala Virua, Nagaliya Sopha, Nagla Danda, Naglia Gauraula, Nagola, Nahraula, Narayanpur, Narbari, Naya Bans, Nayal, Nayela, Neem Khera, Niguna Siguna, Nisuja, Nivsani, Paimpur, Pakhodana, Palachand, Palar, Palaviran, Palshera, Pipli Nagala Kadirpur, Raipur, Rajpur, Rasulpur, Rasulpur, Resari, Rooppur, Sabhapur, Sahroi, Sajana, Salemapur, Salpur, Sangrampur, Savai Raghunathpur, Shadipur, Shahnagar Soraula, Sherpur Khair, Shivala, Simrauthi, Sidhpur , Sotipura, Sujanpur, Syaraul, Taharpur, Takipur, Tappal, Taraura Urf Pipal Ka Gaon, Tehra, Udai Garhi, Untasani Bangar, Untasani Khadar, Usarah Rasulpur, Usram, Utvara, Utwara, Vajidpur, Vasera, Viraula,

History

In late 17th century [during the Mughal rule], Hari Singh had been ordered by the Mughal Emperor to march against the powerful Jat chief, Amar Singh, who owned two forts namely Khair (16 miles north-west of Aligarh) and Ranth (8 miles east of Khair). After a prolonged fight, Hari Singh succeeded in capturing these forts and expelling Amar Singh. The latter sought shelter with another powerful Jat leader, Nanda Jat, who was supreme in a tract stretching form Hathras and Mursan to Mahaban. Amar Singh's two prominent sardars, Birju and Taula, who had gone into hiding in Arnia near Khurja, were arrested later on.59 [1]

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