Villages in Moonak Tahsil
Aklia, Alampur, Alisher, Andana, Arkbas, Babangarh Alias Ghamur Ghat, Badalgarh, Bakhora Kalan, Bakhora Khurd, Balran, Banarsi, Bangan, Baupur, Bazidpur, Bhathuwan, Bhulan, Bhundar Bhaini, Bhutal Kalan, Bhutal Khurd, Bishanpura nauabad Alias Kokhar, Bushera, Chandu, Chatha Gobindpura, Chotian, Chural Kalan, Chural Khurd, Dehla, Dhindsa, Dudian, Fatehgarh Nauabad Alias Bahmniwala, Ganota, Ghoranab, Gobindgarh Alias Mahan Singhwala, Gobindpura Jawaharwala, Gobindpura Papra, Gulahri, Gurney, Hamirgarh, Handa, Harigarh Gehlan, Jaswantpura Alias Hotipur, Jhaloor, Kabirpur, Kal Banjara, Karail, Karoda, Khanauri (NP), Khanauri Khurd, Khandebad, Kotra Lehal, Kudni, Lehal Kalan, Lehal Khurd, Lehragaga, (M Cl) Lokhai, Makorad, Mandvi, Maniana, Moonak (NP), Nawangaon, Phulad, Pishore Bhaike, Rai Dhariana, Rajal Heri, Ramgarh Gujran, Ramgarh Sandhwan, Rampura Gujran, Rampura Jawaharwala, Salemgarh, Shahpur Nauabad Alias Theri, Sheikhuwas, Shergarh Alias Sihan Singhwala, Surjan Bhaini, Thaska,
Moonak was originally known as Akalgarh. During the period when the emperor Maharaja Ranjit Singh ruled Punjab,his uncle hold the charges, but sometime after that his uncle cheated him under the pressure of the English. Singh attacked Moonak, and saved it from undergoing the English. It is a town with population about 25,000, and is a Tehsil of the Sangrur district. Moonak is also known for its famous kabaddi player Gulzar singh "Gulzari".
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