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Rori (रोड़ी/ रोरी), is a village in Modinagar tehsil of Ghaziabad district in Uttar Pradesh.


  • Alor (अलोर) (सिंध) = Aror आरोर = Rori रोरी (AS, p.43)


2 Kms from Railway line, 3 kms from Kadrabad, Situated near Govind-Puri Colony, tehsil Modinagar, Block- Bhojpur.


Lepel H. Griffin writes:[1] Hamir Singh of Nabha founded the town of Nabha in the year 1755 ; four years later he obtained possession of Bhadson, and, in 1763, having joined Raja Ala Singh of Pattiala and the other Sikh Chiefs in the great battle of Sirhind, when Zin Khan, the Muhammadan Governor, was slain, he obtained Imloh or Amloh as his share of the spoil. He conquered Rori from Rahimdad Khan in 1776.

Jat gotras


Notable persons

  • Late Mr. Choudhary Mahendra Singh, Secratory, Agriculture Marketing.
  • Late Mr. Choudhary Gajendra Singh, Founder, GSR Public School, Vijay-Nagar.

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