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Loomb (लूम्ब) is a large village in Baraut tahsil of Baghpat district in Uttar Pradesh. लूम्ब गांव उत्तर प्रदेश के बाघपत जिले की बड़ौत तहसील के छपरौली ब्लॉक के अंतर्गत आता है । यह लाकड़ा चौहान जाटों का एक बड़ा गांव है ।


यह गांव बाघपत जिले की बड़ौत तहसील में छपरौली ब्लॉक में स्थित है। यह राजधानी दिल्ली से लगभग 70 किलोमीटर दूर है । यह यमुना को स्टेट हाइवे 57 से जोड़ने वाले टांडा रामाला रोड पर है । यहां से यमुना और हरयाणा राज्य की सीमा 8 किलोमीटर है ।

Pincode of the village is 250611. It is situated 22km away from Baraut town and 36km away from Baghpat city. Loomb village has got its own gram panchayat. Hewa, Kirthal and Tugana are some of the nearby villages.


  • Lumbha was a Chauhan ruler of Abu, who might have given name to the village.

The Founders


Mount Abu Vimala Temple Inscription of v.s. 1378 (1322 AD) ....The second part of this inscription (verses 14-23) give us Rājāvali of the kings. The verse 14 commences with Āsaraja, who belonged to the Chāhuvama (Chāhuvāna, Chāhamāna) family and was king of the town of Nadula (Naddul), After him came Samarasimha ; and his son was Mahanasimhabhaṭa (v. 15). Then comes Pratapamalla ; and to him was born Vijaḍa, the lord of the Marusthallimandala (v. 16). He had three sons, the first of whom was the king Lūṇiga (v. 17). Verse 18 then eulogizes Luṇdha who like a god of death devoured the host of adversaries ; ' and verse 19 Lumbha, of whom verse 20 records that he conquered the mountain Arbuda, and that, after having ruled the earth, he became the lord of heaven (i.e. died). Verse 21 then eulogizes Tejasimha, the son of Luniga ; verse 22 wishes long life to Tihunaka ; and the mutilated verse 23 appears to say that Lumbhaka together with Tejasimha and Tihuna (srimal-Lumbhaka-nāmā saman-vitas=Tejasimha-Tihunābhyām) in right manner carried on the government of the mountain Arbuda.[1]

Jat Gotras

लाकड़ा इस गांव का प्रमुख गोत्र है । जो चौहान जाटों की ही एक शाखा है । गांव में 9 पट्टी/पत्ती/पान्ने है । जो इस तरह है - 1. चौंक वाले 2. खेलदार 3. भित्तरले 4. नाडू 5. लधने 6. तिहाइया 8. भलीम (मुले जाट) 9. माच्छर


Population of Loomb according to Census 2011, stood at 10,548 (Males : 5792, Females : 4756).[2]

Notable Persons

  • Harpal Singh Arush - Hindi Sansthan Uttar Pradesh has awarded him 'Ram Chandra Shukl samman' on 27 Feb. 2009. [3]
  • Rajveer Singh Chauhan (Lakara) - Ex. district education officer (DEO) of Jind district, Haryana.

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