Jagraon Ludhiana To 89 JB Ratna Layallpur Pakistan !! Punjab Partition Story 1947

Jagraon is a town and a municipal council, a rural police district and a sub-division of the Ludhiana district in the Indian state of Punjab. Jagraon is more than three centuries old. It has been thought that the city’s original name was Jagar aon, meaning “a place of great flooding”, although this flooding has since ceased. It could also be argued that Jagraon actually derives from a source with a suffix “-graon” being a development of the Sanskrit Grama, meaning “village” as found in the Hindi word Gaon. Jagraon is at almost the geographical centre of Punjab state, 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) from the River Satluj. It is 37 km (23 mi) from its district headquarters Ludhiana, 29 km (18 mi) from Moga, 31 km (19 mi) from Nakodar, and 55 km (34 mi) from Barnala.
Jagraon is an important religious centre for Sikhs, Hindus, Muslims as well as Jains. Jagraon was founded by Rai Kamaluddin father of Rai Kalha III of Raikot in 1680 AD. Gurdwara Nanaksar Sahib is one of the important places of worship for Sikhs. Gurdwara Mehdiana Sahib is known for its unique depiction of scenes from Sikh history, especially those of atrocities committed against Sikhs by various Mughal rulers, in the form of life-sized statues. There are also many famous Hindu temples including Bhadra Kali Mandi and Pracheen Shiv Mandir. Muslim places of worship include the famous khanqah and the mausoleum of Mohkam Din, where a three-day annual fair, Roshni da mela is held in the third week of February. Mohkam Din had two wives, one named Sara Bibi and the other Jeena Bibi. Sara Bibi is buried next to Mohkam Din and Jeena Bibi is buried about one half a miles away from Mohkam Din’s Mazaar and is beautifully built. Thousands of people pay their respects to her when attending Hazrat Baba Mohkam Din’s annual Urs Mubarik, which is known as Roshni da mela. Before 1947 CE there was a large Muslim presence in this area. Right next to the mazaar of Hazrat Baba Mohkam Din there is the maqbara of Syed Hameeray Shah Sahib who was the adopted son of Mohkam Din because he had no child from either wife. Syed Hameeray Shah Sahib was also his great khalifa, matabanna and mutawalli of the property related to Mohkam Din. Mohkam Din died in February 1913 CE. He was initiated by his saint Murshid Muhammad Amin Sahib Sirhindi who was a saint and wali of the Naqshbandi Order established in India by Ahmad Sirhindi Mujaddid Alif Thani. Maulvi Mazhar Hassan Wakeel was the sajjada nishin and mutawalli of the Mazar Sharif. In 1947 he migrated to Pakistan.

Gurudwara Nanaksar, a gurdwara built as a memorial for of the saint, Nand Singh
The Jain temple in Jagraon is considered as one of the most holy places for Jains in the region. Earlier the temple had quite a peaceful ambiance and a good garden. However presently its proximity to the bus stand, police station and the bazaar has made it quite a congested place full of the noise of urban life. Nevertheless, it attracts thousands of pilgrims from the Jain community all over the world, for the annual Diksha Mahotsav in the third week of March. The old walled city, with its four gates is known locally for its Mughal period architecture. Even the local market within the walled city is known as Anarkali bazaar, after the title of a beauty at Mughal Emperor Akbar’s court. This bazaar is very congested. Despite all the congestion stray cows can be found in the narrow lanes bringing the traffic to a halt.

Jagraon is also the home of Lala Lajpat Rai, a well-known figure in the Indian Independence movement, who greatly influenced Bhagat Singh. His house is now a municipal library. The chiefs of Jagraon according to Major Charles Francis Massy’s ‘Chiefs and Families of Note in the Punjab’ were Chandravanshi Rajputs, the last being Rai Inayat Khan, the custodian of Guru Sahib’s Ganga Sagar at the time of the Partition of India in 1947. Rai Aziz Ullah Khan ex-MP (MNA) in Pakistan is the grandson of Rai Inayat Khan

Ram Diwali Amritser & Bandala Hoshiarpur ! Punjab Partition story 1947

Ram Diwali (Urdu: رام دیوالی‎) is an area located in the city of Faisalabad. Ram Diwali comprises four villages which are known as Chak No. 112 JB, Chak No. 2 JB, Chak No. 3 JB, & Chak No 4 JB. It is situated on the Sargodha road and lies to the north of Faisalabad, 5 kilometers away from the M3 Motorway. The region is mainly inhabited by the Randhawa tribe of the Jatts.

Meet Bhagat Singh,s Cousin Kirpal Singh Sandu & Family Tree 1708 to 1931

Bhagat Singh (Punjabi pronunciation: (About this soundlisten) September/October 1907 – 23 March 1931) was an Indian nationalist considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement. He is often referred to as Shaheed Bhagat Singh, the word “Shaheed” meaning “martyr” in a number of Indian languages.

In December 1928, Bhagat Singh and an associate, Shivaram Rajguru, fatally shot a 21-year-old British police officer, John Saunders, in Lahore, British India, mistaking Saunders, who was still on probation, for the British police superintendent, James Scott, whom they had intended to assassinate. They believed Scott was responsible for the death of popular Indian nationalist leader Lala Lajpat Rai, by having ordered a lathi charge in which Rai was injured, and, two weeks after which, died of a heart attack. Saunders was felled by a single shot from Rajguru, a marksman. He was then shot several times by Singh, the postmortem report showing eight bullet wounds. Another associate of Singh, Chandra Shekhar Azad, shot dead an Indian police constable, Chanan Singh, who attempted to pursue Singh and Rajguru as they fled.

After escaping, Singh and his associates, using pseudonyms, publicly owned to avenging Lajpat Rai’s death, putting up prepared posters, which, however, they had altered to show Saunders as their intended target. Singh was thereafter on the run for many months, and no convictions resulted at the time. Surfacing again in April 1929, he and another associate, Batukeshwar Dutt, exploded two improvised bombs inside the Central Legislative Assembly in Delhi. They showered leaflets from the gallery on the legislators below, shouted slogans, and then allowed the authorities to arrest them. The arrest, and the resulting publicity, had the effect of bringing to light Singh’s complicity in the John Saunders case. Awaiting trial, Singh gained much public sympathy after he joined fellow defendant Jatin Das in a hunger strike, demanding better prison conditions for Indian prisoners, and ending in Das’s death from starvation in September 1929. Singh was convicted and hanged in March 1931, aged 23

Yadan MukandPur Jaranwala Diyan Part 1 !! Punjab Partition Story 1947

Mukandpur is a famous village of teh jaranwala dist faisalabad
Located on faisalabad to jaranwala road near awagat bangla
Ex federal Minister Talal Chaudhry from this village before partition
in this village most of families jatt shergill famous personality sardar mangal singh cousin of sardar bhagat singh now still sardar mangal singh havely preserve talal chaudhries family

Bajwara Hoshiarpur TO 82 Blaki Layallpur Pakistan ! Punjab Partition Story 1947

Hoshiarpur About this sound pronunciation is a city and a municipal corporation in Hoshiarpur district in the Doaba region of the Indian state of Punjab. It was founded, according to tradition, during the early part of the fourteenth century. In 1809 it was occupied by the forces of Maharaja Karanvir Singh and was united into the greater state of Punjab in 1849. Hoshiarpur has an average elevation of 296 metres (971 ft). Hoshiarpur district is located in the north-east part of the Indian state of Punjab. It falls in the Jalandhar Revenue Division and is situated in the Bist Doab portion of the Doaba region. Hoshiarpur shares a boundary with Kangra district, and Una district of Himachal Pradesh in the northeast. In the southwest, it borders Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar district, Jalandhar district, and Kapurthala district, and in the northwest it borders Gurdaspur district.

When Indian Sikh In Pakistan !VLOG 13 After 71 years Sardar visit Native Village Bhole Chak Nankana

indians visit hia native village after 71 years in pakistan fter Pakistan gained independence from British India on 14 August 1947, 4.7 million of West Pakistan’s Hindus and Sikhs moved to India as refugees. In the 1998 Census the Hindu population was found to be 2,443,614. Hindus are found in all provinces of Pakistan but are mostly concentrated in Sin

Sheikhupura Violence Story 1947! Love,Respect Humanity To Inhumanity ,Hate Murders ,Homicide Story

The region around Sheikhupura was previous known as Virk Garh, or “Virk Fort”, in reference to the Jat tribe that inhabited the area. The city, founded in 1607, was named by Jehangir himself – the city’s first name is recorded in the Emperor’s autobiography, the Tuzk-e-Jahangiri, in which he refers to the town as Jehangirabad. The city then came to be known by its current name, which derives from Jehangir’s nickname Shekhu that was given to him by his mother, wife of Akbar the Great.

32 Chak Dijkot Dist Layallpur TO USA !! Punjab Partition Story 1947

Dijkot (Punjabi, Urdu: ڈجکوٹ‎), is a city in the Faisalabad District in the state of Punjab, Pakistan. DIJKOT is 466 feet high from sea level and the population is above 100,000. Area of Dijkot consists of above than 700 kanal. It is situated on Sumandri road, 26 km from Faisalabad GPS coordinates (latitude31.216700 and longitude 72.992000). Distance of MAKKAH from Dijkot is 3460.44 km. Qibla is located on the degree of 259.924023 from North clockwise. In the early ages it was called (STATE OF DITCHKOT) and where the town was situated, now there is a graveyard consisting 95 kanal and 13 marla. The word Dijkot belongs to local language word ‘Ditch’ which means fort or a city inside the fort.