Tahsils in Sangrur district
Villages in Sangrur Tahsil
Akbarpur, Akoi, Alo Arkh, Andheri, Badrukhan, Bahadarpur, Bakhopir, Bakhtra, Bakhtri, Balad Kalan, Balad Khurd, Balial, Balian, Balwar Kalan, Banganwali, Basiarkh Batriana, Bhagwanpura, Bhamabaddi, Bharo, Bhatiwal Kalan, Bhatiwal Khurd, Bhawanigarh (M Cl), Bhindran, Bhuraj, Bibar, Bibri, Bijalpur, Bir Aishban, Bir Mehsampur, Bugar, Changal, Channo, Chatha Sekhwan, Deh Kalan, Dehlewal, Dhadrian, Dialgarh, Dialgarh, Dittupur, Duggan, Fatehgarh Bhadson, Fatehgarh Chhanna, Fatehnagar Alias Munshiwala, Gagarpur, Gehlan, Ghabdan, Gharachon, Gurdaspura, Hakikatpura, Harditpura, Harkishanpura, Illwal, Jhuneri, Jolian, Julan, Kakra, Kalajhar, Kalodi, Kammo Majra Kalan, Kammo Majra Khurd, Kanoi, Kapial, Kheri, Kheri Chandwan, Kheri Gillan, Khilrian, Khurana, Khurani, Kular Khurd, Kunran, Laddi, Lakhewal, Lidran, Loha Khera, Longowal (M Cl), Majha, Majhi, Mander Kalan, Mander Khurd, Mangwal, Masani, Matran, Mehsampur, Mohamadpur Risaldarwala, Nadampur, Nagra, Nakta, Nanakpura, Nandgarh, Nandgarh Alias Thaman Singhwala, Nankiana Sahib, Naraingarh, Nurpura, Panwan, Patti Bharaj, Phaguwala, Phumanwal, Qila Bharian, Rai Singhwala, Rajpura, Ramgarh, Ramnagar Alias Ghumand Singhwala, Ramnagar Sibian, Rampura, Rasulpur Chhanna, Rattoke, Retgarh, Roshanwala, Rupaheri, Sahoke, Sajuma, Sakrodi, Sangatpura, Sangheri, Sangrur (M Cl), Santokhpura, Saron, Shahpur, Sohian, Takipur, Thalesh, Togawal, Tung, Turi, Ubhawal, Upli,
The earliest settlement at the site of Sangrur is believed to have begun around 2,300 B.C. Attracted by the fertile soil and availability of water, people from Sindh and Balochistan started moving and following the path of the Satluj or the Ghagger settled at Rohira. They started living in thatched huts on the virgin soil, before long they started building houses of sub-dried bricks. By about 2,000 B.C, a new set of people is believed to have settled at the site. Their pottery was more Surdy and their equipment superior. The houses were well laid out and were fairly spacious. Sangrur is said to have been founded by one Sanghu, a Jat, about four hundred years back.
The district of Sangrur was formed in 1948.
- Two of the chief ministers of Indian Punjab hailed from Sangrur, as did one chief minister of the former state of Patiala and East Punjab States Union (PEPSU). Late Lala Brish Bhan was the chief minister of PEPSU. The two Punjab Chief Ministers were
- Surjit Singh Barnala and
- Rajinder Kaur Bhathal.
- Udham Singh (Punjabi: ਉਧਮ ਸਿੰਘ, ادھم سنگھہ Hindi: उधम सिंह्; 26 December 1899 – 31 July 1940), born Sher Singh was an Indian independence activist, best known for assassinating Michael O'Dwyer in March 1940 in what has been described as an avengement of the Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre.
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