Haryana Travel Jind
This Haryana Travel post is about small city jind. Jind is beautiful north indian city. It is a ancient city. Here peoples can speak haryanvi & hindi languages. Few peoples can speak & understand english. This city is the headquarters of the Jind district.
The district derives its name from its headquarters town Jind that is said to be derived from Jaintapuri. This city belong to great Mahabharata war. Pandavas built a temple in honour of Jainti Devi (the goddess of victory), offered prayers for success, and then launched the battle with the Kauravas.
In South Rohtak And Bhiwani And in West Hisar and in north west Narwana is located. It is located at 29.32°N 76.32°E. It has an average elevation of 227 metres.
In the East The Sonipat District is located.
Before haryana travel must known jind divisions. The district comprises three sub-divisions: Jind, Narwana and Safidon. Jind sub-division is divided 3 sub tehsils.
There are five Vidhan Sabha constituencies in this district. Jind town, the administrative headquarters, has an Arjun stadium, milk plant, cattle feed plant, and a large grain market. There are facilities for stay at PWD rest house, canal rest house and market committee rest house. The town is well provided with schools, colleges, hospitals and other basic amenities. Jind is noted for its numerous temples sacred to the worship of Shiva. Tradition assigns the settlement of the town to the Mahabharat period. Rani Talab is the major tourist attraction.
Jind is a historical place must visit here while haryana travel. Know we are guiding you about few history of jind. Raja Gajpat Singh, a great grandson of Phul, the founder of the Phulkian Misl, established an independent kingdom. By seizing a large tract of the country, which included the territory occupied by the present district of Jind, from the Afghan governor Zain Khan in 1763 and created Jind city, the capital of the state in 1776. He built a fort here in 1775. Later, Sangrur was chosen as the capital of Jind State by Raja Sangat Singh. The Raja of Jind is of the same family as the Maharaja of Patiala, being like him, descended from Mr. Phul. From Rama, the second son, sprang the greatest of the Phulkian houses, that of Patiala besides Bhadaur, Kot Duna and Malaudh.
In 1627 Phul founded and gave his name to a village which was an important town in the State of Nabha. His two elder sons founded Bhai Rupa whileRama also built Rampura Phul. Punjab history reveals that Jind was founded by descendants of Mr.Phool. Jind was a native state in Haryana. Claiming descent from Jaisal, founder of the State of Jaisalmer in 1156, the founder of this Sikh dynasty, Phul, was Chaudhary (Governor) of a country located at the south east of Dihli. Phul’s descendants founded 3 States:Patiala, Jind and Nabha.
Haryana is a famous for villages. Don’t forget to visit jind villages while haryana travel.
It is at Jind – Assandh Highway it lies 20 Km ahead from Jind.
This is Ideal Village at Jind Rohtak Main Highway (N.H.-71).
The Main Population belongs to Kaushik, Bhardwaj, and Jatt like Malik, Dhanda, Chahal etc. The occupation of people is teaching and agriculture because most of villagers are educated and well settled in there occupation. Village have beautiful temples, schools, and vast river named Sunder Branch. Village have B.ed and J.B.T.Colleges.Village have a veterinary hospital for animals, Primary health center.
The village has 6 Temples, 7 ponds, 6 Panchayat Ghar, 4 Primary and Senior secondary Govt.Schools. Some Muslim families are also found in the village.
It is at Rohtak Jind highway. The main population of this village belongs to ‘Vats Mrathas gotra. The village was founded after defeat in 3rd war of Panipat. Radhey Shyam is the present sarpanch. The primary occupation is agriculture. There is a beautiful Lord Shivamandir and Devi mata mandir.
Sunderpura is at Hissar chandigarh Highway link road. The main population of this village belongs to Beniwals. The village was developed after freedom. Umesh Beniwal is the present youth president of village. The primary occupation is agriculture.
There is a beautiful Lord Shiva Mandir, an old haveli, a big pound and vast river named Bhakra branch.
Siwaha village is a famous village of Jind District. Many Freedom fighter belonging this village.
Below is some more villages intro to know about haryana travel in jind.
It is a Village in Uchana Tehsil in Jind District of Haryana State, India. It belongs to Hisar Division. Population of Baroda is around 10,000 where is voter capacity is 6500. The Pin code is 126115 and postal head office is Uchana. Baroda is on NH71 and quietly center for all neighborhood villages. Quite famous for to believe in JAIN community and has know to be birthplace of Yogi raj Muni Maya ram Jain. There are a number of schools including two girls’ schools and 4 coeducational senior secondary schools. Two JAIN hospitals which have 50 bed capacities and give facility free of cost.
A number of old building which showing how village has transform form old to new. Couple of famous place which one must visit if got chance to visit BARODA Village assan, JAIN mender, Muni Maya Ram birthplace and Temples Kasoon , Bhongra, Barsola, Khatkar, Pahlwan are the nearby Villages to Baroda. Baroda is surrounded by Jind Tehsil towards South, Narwana Tehsil towards North, Alewa Tehsil towards East, Narnaund Tehsil towards South.
It is at Narwana – Jind Highway it lieas 4 Km ahead From Narwana. Ch. Birender Singh is from Dumerkhan Kalan.
It is a historical village in jind district. This village is Dominated by Punia gotra Jat.
It is included in the 48 kos kurukshtara pilgrimage. Baba Biram Das dera is a local religious centre here.
It is a village in Jind tehsil of Jind district of Haryana state, India. Must visit while haryana travel to jind district. It belongs to Hisar Division. It is located on State highway-10 just 8 km away from Jind city and 188 km from state Capital. Population of village is 5k whereas voters are estimated about 2,400. The Pin Code is 126102 and its post office is located in village while postal head office is located in Jind city. It has a communication office established by BSNL for various landline phone purpose which includes Intal Kalan, Intal Khurd and Ikkas village wiring systems.
It has two Government Schools one primary and other secondary school. Nearby villages to Intal kalan are Intal Khurd, Mirchpur, Ikkas, Ramrai, Rajpura, jajwan sangatpura & jalalpur kalan. It has 60% Jaat population which includes Ahlawat, Jaglan, Redhu, Nehra and Maan. It also have Mahabharata ‘s pilgrims named as Attri Kund & Mahadev temple.
Below are famous tourist attractions in jind. Must visit there while haryana travel.
- Ramrai Popular Village In Jind , [ Ramhardyh Tirth ] [ Parsuraam Mandir ] [ Baba Gudad Temple ]
- Baba Gaibi Sahab Mandir Bhongra
- Rani Talab
- Asvini Kumara Tirtha Assan
- Bhuteshwara Temple
- Baba Ponkar Temple
- Munjavata Tirth
- SHIV Ji Mandir (Dhanda Kheri)