Wardha

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Map of Wardha district

Wardha (वर्धा) (Vardha) is a city, district anda River in Maharashtra.

Variants

Origin ofname

Wardha gets its name from the Wardha River which flows at the North, West and South boundaries of district.

Wardha River

The Wardha River (Varada River,is one of the biggest rivers in Vidarbha region in India. The Wardha River joins the Penganga River south of Chamorshi and forms the Pranahita River at Adilabad District, Telangana.

Origin - Wardha originates at an altitude of 777 meters Satpura Range in village Khairwani near Multai, Betul District of Madhya Pradesh.

Course - From the origin it flows 32 km in Madhya Pradesh and then enters into Maharashtra. After traversing 528 km, it joins the Wainganga forming the Pranahita, which ultimately flows into the Godavari River.

Tributaries - Kar, Wena, Jam, Erai are the left tributaries. Madu, Bembla, Penganga are the right tributaries.

Tahsils in Wardha district

Jat Villages in Wardha district

Kasar Khera, Vardha, Hinganghat,

Villages in Wardha District

Adegaon, Agargaon, Ajangaon, Ajansara, Ajanti, Akoli, Allipur, Alodi, Andori, Anji, Anji, Arvi, Arvi, Ashta, Ashti, Bahadarpur, Barbadi, Belgaon, Belora Bk, Bhankheda, Bharaswada, Bhidi, Bhishnur, Bhuigaon, Bihadi, Bondar Thana, Bopapur, Borgaon, Borgaon, Borgaon, Borgaon, Bori, Bori, Bothuda, Botona, Burkoni, Chanki, Chanki, Chichala, Chincholi, Chincholi, Chincholi, Chistur, Chitoda, Dahegaon, Dahegaon, Dahegaon, Dahegaon, Dahegaon Miskin , Dahegaon Mustafa, Daroda, Degaon, Deoli, Deulgaon, Deurwada, Dhadi, Dhanodi, Dhanoli, Dhanoli, Dhanora, Dhapki, Dharti, Dhotra, Donduda, Dongargaon, Drugwada, Fukta, Gaul, Gawandi, Ghorad, Girad, Giroli, Goji, Gunjkheda, Haladgaon, Hamdapur, Hindnagar, Hinganghat, Hingni, Hivara, Hiwara, Inzala, Inzala, Inzapur, Jaipur, Jalgaon, Jamani, Jamb, Junona, Kachnur, Kajali, Kajalsara, Kakada, Kakaddara, Kanchangaon, Kandhali, Kangaon, Kanhapur, Kanholi, Kannamwar Gram Heti, Karanja, Karanji, Karanji, Kasarkheda, Katri, Kavtha, Kelzar, Khadki, Khandala, Khangaon, Khapri, Kharangana, Kharangana, Kharda, Khubgaon, Kingaon, Kolona, Kopra, Kora, Kotamba, Kshirsamudra, Kundi, Kurzadi, Kurzadi, Kutki, Kutki, Ladki, Lahan Arvi, Loni, Lonsawali, Madana, Madni, Mahabala, Mahakal, Malegaon Theka, Mandawa, Mandgaon, Mangrul, Manikwada, Mansaoli, Masala, Masod, Mohi, Moi, Morangana, Nachangaon, Nagazari, Nagzari, Nalwadi, Nandgaon, Nandora, Nandori, Nandpur, Nara, Nimbha, Nimboli, Pachod, Pachod, Padhegaon, Palakwadi, Palasgaon, Paloti, Panjara, Panwadi, Parda, Pardi, Pardi Heti, Parsoda, Pavnar, Pavnur, Pawani, Peth Ahmadpur, Pimpalgaon, Pimpalgaon, Pimpalgaon, Pimpalkhuta, Pipari, Pipri, Pipri, Pohana, Pujai, Pulgaon, Ramdara, Rasulabad, Rehaki, Rohana, Rohani, Rotha, Sahur, Sakara, Salod hirapur, Samudrapur, Sarwadi, Satefal, Satoda, Sawali, Sawali, Sawali Kh, Sawangi, Sawli, Segaon, Sekapur, Sekapur, Seldoh, Selgaon Lawane, Seloo, Selsura, Selu, Selukate, Sevagram, Shedgaon, Shirpur, Sindi, Sindi Vihiri, Sirasgaon, Sirasgaon, Sirpur, Sirud, Sonegaon, Sonegaon, Sonegaon, Sonora, Sorta, Sukali, Sukli, Surgaon, Susundra, Takali, Takali, Takarkheda, Talegaon, Talegaon, Tarasawanga, Taroda, Taroda, Tekoda, Tembha, Thanegaon, Thar, Tigaon, Ubda, Umari, Umari, Umari, Vijaygopal, Virul, Wabgaon, Wadadha, Wadgaon, Wadgaon, Wadgaon, Wadgaon Kh., Wadhona, Wadner, Wagholi, Waifad, Waigaon , Waigaon, Wakheda, Wani, Wardha, Wardha, Warud , Washi, Wathoda, Waygaon, Wela, Yeli, Yenora, Yerangaon, Yerla, Yesamba, Zadgaon, Zadshi,

Tahsils

Revenue Subdivisons - Wardha, Arvi, Hinganghat.

Tahasils in Subdivisons -

Wardha Subdivison - , Wardha, Deoli, Seloo,

Arvi Subdivison - Arvi, Ashti, Karanja,

Hinganghat Subdivison - Hinganghat, Samudrapur.

History

It was included in the empire of the Mauryas, Sungas, Satavahanas and Vakatakas. Pravarapura, modern Pavnar was once the capital of the Vakataka dynasty. Vakatakas were contemporary of Imperial Guptas. Prabhavatigupta, the daughter of Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) was married with Vakataka ruler Rudrasena. The period of Vakatakas was 2nd to 5th century CE. The empire stretched from the Arabian sea in the west to the Bay of Bengal in the east, and from the Narmada river in the north to the Krishna-Godavari delta in south.

Later on, Wardha was ruled by the Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Yadavas, the Delhi Sultanate, the Bahamani Sultanate, Muslim ruler of Berar, Gonds and Marathas. Raja Buland Shaha of Gonds, Raghuji of Bhonsale were the prominent rulers in the Medieval period.

During the 1850s Wardha, (then a part of Nagpur) felt into the hands of British. They included Wardha in the Central Provenance.

Jat Villages in Wardha district

Notable persons

  • Shiv Das Ruhilan - Wardha, Mob;9823174813, 9320547944[1]

References

  1. Jat Vaibhav Smarika Khategaon, 2010, p. 95

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