Panna

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Panna (पन्ना) is a tahsil and district in Madhya Pradesh.

Origin

  • Parna (पर्णा) = Panna (पन्ना) [1]

History

Orchha-Panna map

Panna district was created in 1950, shortly after Indian independence, from the territory of several former princely states of British India, including the states of Panna, Jaso, most of Ajaigarh, and a portion of Paldeo. Panna District was part of the new Indian state of Vindhya Pradesh, which was merged into Madhya Pradesh on 1 November 1956.

Panna was a Gond settlement until the 13th century. When the Gondi were defeated by the Chandelas they migrated to other parts of Madhya Pradesh. Until that date, there were many rulers of the area. The famous mandir of Padmavatipuri Dham, adorned with divine lustre, is located in Panna town at the centre of Vindhyachal in Madhya Pradesh.

Ajaigarh was the capital of a princely state of the same name during the British Raj. Ajaigarh was founded in 1765 by Guman Singh, a Bundela Rajput who was the nephew of Raja Pahar Singh of Jaitpur State. After Ajaigarh was captured by the British in 1809, it became a princely state in the Bundelkhand Agency of the Central India Agency. The rulers bore the title of sawai maharaja. The chief resided at the town of Nowgong, at the foot of the hill-fortress of Ajaigarh, from which the state took its name. This fort, situated on a steep hill, towers more than 800 ft (244 m) above the eponymous township, and contains the ruins of several temples adorned with elaborately carved sculptures.

The itinerant sage Mahamati Prannath and his disciples reached Panna with a divine message of awakening one's soul. Seeing a desert island, he decided to unfurl the flag of Jagani there. He helped the king Chhatrasal and adorned him with the title of Maharaja. He remained there for eleven years, and took samadhi inside the dome. The place, therefore, is known as the seat of salvation [Muktipitha] or Padmavatipuri Dham.

Panna was the capital of Chhatar Sal, the Bundela Rajput leader who led a revolt against the Mughal Empire. Upon his death in 1732, his kingdom was divided among his sons, with one-third of the kingdom going to his ally, the Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao I.

The Kingdom of Panna went to Harde Sah, the eldest son of Chhatar Sal. In the early 19th century, Panna became a princely state of British India, and gained control states of the states of Nagod and Sohawal. Raja Nirpat Singh assisted the British in the Revolt of 1857, and the British rewarded him with the title maharaja. Maharaja Mahendra Yadvendra Singh acceded to the Government of India on January 1, 1950, and the kingdom became Panna District of the new Indian state of Vindhya Pradesh. Vindhya Pradesh was merged into Madhya Pradesh on November 1, 1956.

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Tahsils in Panna District

Villages in Panna district

List Of Villages in Ajaigarh tahsil:

Ajaigarh, Amarchhi, Bahadurganj, Bahirwara, Banharikala, Barakagareka, Bariyarpur Bhumiyan, Barkola , Barouli, Baryarpur Kurmiyan, Beera, Bhadaiya, Bhairaha, Bhakhuri, Bhapatpur Kurmiyan, Bhasunda, Biharpurwa, Biharsarvaria, Bilahi, Chandoura, Chhtaini, Deogaon, Deora Bhapatpur, Devalpur, Dharampur, Gumanganj, Hanmatpur, Hardi , Harnampur, Jaitupur, Jhinna, Jigni, Kalyanpur, Katara, Khora, Kiratpur, Kunwarpur, Laulas, Lodhapurwa, Madaraka, Majhgayn, Makari, Mohana, Nandanpur, Narayanpura, Nardaha, Navasta, Nayagaon, Padaraha, Patha, Pharaswaha, Pista, Pratappur , Rajapur, Ramnai, Sabdua, Salaiya, Sanguraiya, Shahpura, Siddhapur, Silouna, Singhpur, Sinhai, Tarouni, Udaypur Vishramganj,


List Of Villages in Gunour tahsil:

Balgaha, Bamhouri, Bamurha, Bandhoor, Bandhoura, Barhakala, Barouhan, Barsobha, Basour, Bhatanwara, Bhatiya, Bhitari, Bhulgawan, Biharasar, Bilghadi, Bilha, Bilhasurdaha , Chhaparwara, Chhijoura, Chiklahi, Dharwara, Dighoura, Dobha, Dwari, Gadokhar, Ganj, Ghatari, Goura, Gunour, Hardwahi, Harira, Hinoti, Hinouti, Imaliyan Bhure Khan, Jaitupur, Jaswantpura, Jharkuwa, Jhumta, Jijgayn, Kachnara, Kakarhata, Kamtana, Karahiya, Kathwariya, Katkaha, Khalpura, Kot, Kulgawan, Luhargaon, Madhyiakala, Maheba, Majhgawan Sarkar, Malhan, Manikpur, Mukeha, Nachne, Nachnoura, Nayagaon, Paderi, Pagara, Pali, Patnakala, Patnatamoli, Piparwaha, Puraina, Rampur, Richhouda, Sahilwara , Saleha, Sarhanja, Sarwara, Sathaniya, Shyamardada, Sili, Singhoura, Siri, Sithouli, Sungarha, Surdaha, Tidunhai, Tighra Bujurg, Tourah, Vikrampur,


List Of Localities in Panna tahsil:

Agra Mohalla, Ahirguwan, Badagaon, Badgadi Khurd, Badour, Badwara, Bagounha, Bakhatri, Bandhikala, Barachh, Barbaspura, Barhokhudkpur, Benisagar Mohalla, Bhasunda, Bhataharmegha, Bhilsayan, Bilkhura, Birwahi, Brijpur, Dadwariya, Dahlanchouki, Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar, Deori, Deorigadhi, Dham Mohalla, Dharampur, Diya, Gadhipadriya, Gahara, Gahra, Gajana, Girwara, Golhipathak, Goura, Gukhour, Hinouta, Indrapuri Colony, Itawankkhas, Itwankala, Jamunhai, Janakpur, Janwar, Jardhoba, Jharkuwa, Jigdeha, Katahari Bilhta, Katra Mohalla, Khaptaha, Kishor Ganj, Kohni, Krishnakalyanpur, Kudar, Kunjvan, Kunjwan, Lalar, Laxmipur, Luhurhai, Madala, Madayyan, Makarandganj Simariya , Makarikuthar, Manaki, Manour, Mohan Nivas, Mohanpurwa, Mutwakala, Pahadikhera , Phulwari, Purana Panna, Purana Panna, Puroshattampur, Purushotampur, Rahuniya, Raigadh, Rajapur, Rakseha, Ramkhiriya, Rani Baag, Raniganjpurwa, Ranigunj Mohalla, Ranipura, Ranjorpurwa, Ranwaha, Sakariya, Samana, Sildhara, Silgi, Siraswaha, Sundara , Sunhara, Talgaon, Tara , Tikuriya Mohalla , Tilguwan, Umri,


List Of Villages in Pawai tahsil:

Atarhai, Bachhoun, Badkhera, Badkherakala, Banouli, Bhitarimutmuru, Bilha, Birasan, Birsinghpur, Boda, Budheda, Chhirraha, Chikhala, Danwara, Deora, Deori, Deorisarkar, Dhaisai, Gadhikarhiya , Ganiyari, Ghutehi, Golhi, Goodha, Hada, Harduavyarama, Hathkuri, Hirapur, Imaliya, Itai, Jagdishpura, Jhanjhar, Jhiranta, Kalda, Kamta Na, Karhi, Kariya, Katana , Khamariya, Kolkarahiya, Koni, Kothi , Krishnagadh, Kumhari, Kunwarpur, Kupna, Ludhani, Madhpura, Magarpura, Mahod , Mohandra, Mohlidharampura, Mudwari, Murachh, Murakuchhu, Narayanpura, Padariya, Padariyakala, Padwar, Paloi, Patnakala, Patouri, Pawai, Pipariyadon, Puraina, Raikara , Rajpur, Sagara, Santabuddhasingh, Shikarpura, Simariya, Simariyagulabsingh, Simrakala, Simrakhurd, Singwara, Sirsi, Sunwani, Sunwanikala , Tai, Tighara, Tikariya, Tilli, Udla, Umari ,


List Of Villages in Shahnagar tahsil:

Adharad, Ama, Atarhai, Badagaon, Baghwarkala , Bamhouuri, Bari, Bhadpura, Bharwara, Bijakheda, Bilpura, Birampur, Bisani, Bori, Budhroud, Buthraud, Chandrawal, Choupra, Chugarwara, Daora, Deori, Dhouwapura, Dohli, Gajanda, Hardua Meimari, Hardua Raoju, Hardua Sarasbahu, Harduapatel, Jamuniya , Jargawan, Jhirmila, Kachouri, Kakra, Khamariya, Khamhariya, Khamtara, Lamtara, Madwa, Maharajganj, Maheba, Mahgawanbarho, Mahguwan Chhakka, Mahilwara, Mainha, Malghan, Manki, Mankoura, Mulpara, Nandan, Nandchand , Nunagar, Parasi, Paraswara, Patna, Phatepur, Pipariakhurda, Pipariykala, Pondikala, Puraina, Raiguwan , Raipura, Ramgadha, Rampur Khajari, Rangoli, Rayasanta, Rohaniya, Rupjhir, Salaiya Pheransinh, Sarangpur, Sarra, Satwa, Shahnagar, Shahpur Kala , Shahpur Khurd, Shayamgiri, Simri, Simrikala , Sudour, Sungaraha, Tala, Thepa, Tiduni, Tuda, Uncha,

Villages in Panna tahsil

Notable persons

External links

References

  1. AS (p.534)

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