It is very near to village Jharli. Mohanbari is 1 km away from Jhanswa village. Mohanbari is official name of village but people commonly know this village by Chhota Jhanswa "छोटा झान्सवा" as it is a small village and has it's birth from Jhanswa village not many years ago. Both these villages still have their ancestral families in each other's village. Even Jhanswa (झान्सवा) and Mohanbari villages have same "paane" which are namely "Kuchhlan", "Chhaban" and "Hamman".
This village is 35 km from Jhajjar, 58 km from Rohtak and 88 km from Gurgaon. It has around 300+ homes and almost 100 percent literacy. Each family has at least one govt. job and even girls are at par with boys in education and other fields. This village comes under Rohtak constituency for MP elections and under "Jhajjar" constituency for state assembly elections.
Also, this village has got historical importance, there are many a "stone's idols" which are unearthed from the village's land and are kept in Jhajjar Gurukul. There are certain idols which have been kept in village mandir and are worth seeing.
A Model Village
"Mohanbari (छोटा झान्सवा)" has been declared as MODEL village. Recently NTPC thermal power plant has been setup in the land of Jharli, Mohanbari and Khanpur villages, this coal based electricity plant will generate 1500 MW power.
Notable persons from this village
- Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Chapter III (Page 219)
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