Kharar (Hindi: खरड़, Punjabi: ਖਰਡ) is a city and tahsil in Rupnagar district in Punjab, India. It is one of the most fertile regions of the Doaba regions situated right next to the city of Chandigarh.
One of the most fertile areas of the Doaba regions. Kharar was given the administrative status of a Tehsil by Partap Singh Kairon, who was the then Chief Minister of Punjab. In pre-independence period, Sir Zaildar Amar Singh Dahiya was one of the most notable persons who held the Zail of 68 villages under British Raj and was given the honorary title of Sir by Lord Mountbatten during his last visit to India.
Villages in Kharar Tahsil
Abhepur, Abhipur, Akalgarh, Alapur, Andheri, Aujala, Badali, Badarpur, Bahalpur, Bajheri, Bansepur, Baraudi, Barauli, Barsalpur, Basian, Batta, Bazidpur, Bhagat Majra, Bhago Majra, Bhajauli, Bharatpur, Bharaunjian, Bhukhri, Bhup Nagar, Bibipur, Boothgarh, Burana, Caranga, Chahar Majra, Chandon Gobindgarh, Chandpur, Chatauli, Chhaju Majra, Chhoti Bari Nangal, Chhoti Bari Parachh, Cholta, Cholta Kalan, Chudiala, Chuhar Majra, Dau Majra, Deh Kalan, Devi Nagar, Dhabali, Dhakoran Kalan, Dhakoran Khurd, Dhanauran, Dhangtana, Dharak Kalan, Dharak Khurd, Dhode Majra, Dosarna, Dulwan, Fatehgarh, Fatehpur, Fatehpur, Fatehpur Theri, Ferozepur Banger, Gabbe Majra, Ghandauli, Gharuan, Ghataur, Ghoga, Ghoga Kheri, Gochar, Goslan, Guno Majra, Harialpur, Harnampur, Hasanpur, Hoshiarpur, Jakar Majra, Jandpur, Jhande Majra, Jhanjheri, Jhingrah, Jhungian, Kadi Majra, Kalewal, Kanauran, Kansal, Kansalaa, Karoran (CT), Kartarpur, Khadri, Khairpur, Kharar (M Cl), Khera, Khizarabad, Khuni Majra, Kubaheri, Kurali (M Cl), Labangarh, Lakhnaur, Machhipur, Machhli Kalan, Machhli Khurd, Madan Heri, Maggar, Majat, Majatri, Majra, Majri, Majrian, Makran, Malakpur, Malikpur, Mamunpur, Manakpur Sharif, Mastgarh, Mehmudpur, Mehrampur, Mehrauli, Mianpur, Milak, Mirzapur, Mullanpur, Mullanpur Garib Dass (CT), Mundhon Bhag Singh, Mundhon Mastana, Mundhon Sangtian, Nabipur, Nada, Naggal, Naggal Faizgarh, Naglian, Nanggal, Nanheri, Nanu Majra, Neholka, Niamian, Padiala, Paintpur, Palhanpur, Palheri, Pannuan, Paraul, Patran, Phantwan, Pir Sohana, Popna, Radiala, Rajgarh, Rakauli, Rampur, Ranai Majra, Rangian, Ranguana, Rasanheri, Rasulpur, Rattangarh, Ratwara, Rehmanpur, Rora, Rurkee Kham, Rurkee Pukhta, Sahauran, Saini Majra, Saini Majra, Salamatpur, Salampur Kalan, Salampur Khurd, Sangalan, Sangatpura, Sangriwala, Sante Majra, Sawara, Shahpur, Shakrullapur, Sheikhpura, Shiamipur, Sialba, Sil, Sil Kapra, Simbal Majra, Singhpur, Singhpura, Siswan, Soey Majra, Soonk, Sotal, Suhali, Sultanpur, Tajpura, Takipur, Tarapur, Teur, Thana Gobindgarh, Tira, Tirpari, Tirtha, Todar Majra, Togan, Tole Majra,
Kharar is a city in Mohali district in the state of Punjab. It is at a distance of about 10-15 kilometres from Chandigarh and about 4 kilometres from Mohali. Kharar has been shifted from Rupnagar District to Mohali District.
Back to Punjab