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Bahadurgarh is a city and a municipal council with 31 ward in Jhajjar district in the state of Haryana, India. It is called "Gateway of Haryana" and famous for its delicious Pakoras. Bahadurgarh was founde world. Mughal Emperor Alamgir II (The Sultan of Delhi 1754-1759) gave the town in jagir to Bahadur Khan and Tej Khan, Baloch rulers of Farrukhnagar in 1754, who changed its name from Sharafabad to Bahadurgarh . A fort named Bahadurgarh Fort was constructed there by them. Bahadurgarh came into the hands of Sindhia in 1793. After his defeat in 1803 at the hands of the British, Lord Lake handed the town to the brother of the Nawab of Jhajjar. It was confiscated after the First War of Independence (1857) and became a division of the Rohtak district in 1860.In 1997, the town got attached with Jhajjar after Jhajjar become new district bifurcated from Rohtak. But Bahadurgarh is still larger to Jhajjar in every term; be it education, economy, population or administration. The town and its...      Read more at wikipedia...
 
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Bahadurgarh is a city and a municipal council with 31 ward in Jhajjar district in the state of Haryana, India It is called "Gateway of Haryana" and famous for its delicious Pakoras.
 
Facts At A Glance
Main Languages Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, English is equally in the use.
STD Code 01276
Description
The region is located outside Delhi and is about 29 km from Delhi. Founded by Rathi Jats, Bahadurgarh was formerly known as Sharafabad, Presently, the region has developed into an important industrial area.

Innumerable industries located here provide employment to people residing in and around this area. This place mainly abides various small scale industries producing small machines and machine parts. People lead a simple life here with little scope for pomp and luxuries.

Situated on Delhi-Rohtak Road, Bahadurgarh today houses several educational institutes which are offering professional degree and diploma programs to their students. Since people have recognized the importance of education, a large number of schools have come up here.
 
Best time to visit
For Sightseeing, the best season to visit Delhi is between October to March. Summers in Delhi are very hot and it is not recommended to visit it during May, June or July.
 
How To Get There
Bahadurgarh is 29 km. (approx.) from Delhi.

Air - Delhi has an extensive network of international and domestic flights. All the major airlines in the world fly through Delhi and it is easily accessible from anywhere in the world. Domestic air links cover Delhi from all the major cities in the country.

Train - The Indian Railway with their modern and organized network connects Delhi to major and minor destination in India. There are three important railway stations in Delhi to all major and minor destinations in India, namely New Delhi Rly. Station, Old Delhi Rly. Station and Hazrat Nizamuddin Rly. Station. Trains run from all the parts of the country to Delhi. For nearby places like Chandigarh, Dehradun, Gwalior, Bhopal, Lucknow and Kanpur, the Shatabdi Express is recommended.

Bus - Delhi is well connected by road to all major destinations in North India. The Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) is located at Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale-Khan and Anand Vihar. Delhi Transport Corporation and Road Transport Corporations of the neighboring States provide frequent bus services through Air Conditioned, Deluxe and Ordinary Coaches. Buses from all the major places in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan are available for getting to Delhi. During summer months, air-conditioned coaches are recommended.
 
Attractions
The town boasts a large number of place of worship with its mixed culture. The Sacred Dargah of Sayyad Baba at Jhajjar Road, Lord Hanuman Temple on NH-10, The Temple of Saint Kabir Sahib near the Govt. Girls school , One of the oldest Mahaveer Mandir in Main Bazar, Lord Shiva's Temple at Sector-2 and Shaktimata Peeth; one of the most beautiful temples in sector -6 are some of the most important places of worship in Bahadurgarh.

Bahadurgarh Fort is situated about 6 km from Patiala, Punjab. The fort was built in 1658 by Nawab Saif Khan and later renovated by Maharaja Karam Singh in 1837. It is surrounded by two circular ramparts and is surrounded by a moat. The circumference of the fort is 2100 m and the outer wall is 8.8 m.
The fort was given its present name by Maharaj Karam Singh as a commemoration to Guru Tegh Bahadur. Gurdwaraical Gurdwara known as Sri Gurdwara Sahib Patshai Nauvin is also seen in the fort. The beautiful Gurdwara is a fine specimen of Sikh architecture and is situated in the Panch Bati garden.

A mosque made by Saif Khan in the year 1668 is also present in the Fort. At a distance of about three hundreds yards away from the fort, one can see the tomb of Saif Khan. Every year during the months of June and January, a fair called mela roza Sharit Nawab Saif Ali is organized here.
 
History
Bahadurgarh was founded by Hari and formerly known as king of the world. Mughal Emperor Alamgir II (The Sultan of Delhi 1754-1759) gave the town to Bahadur Khan and Tej Khan, two Baluchis of Farrukhannagar. A fort named Bahadurgarh Fort was constructed there by them. Bahadurgarh came into the hands of Sindhia in 1793. After his defeat in 1803 at the hands of the British, Lord Lake handed the town to the brother of the Nawab of Jhajjar. It was confiscated after the First War of Independence (1857) and became a division of the Rohtak district in 1860.

The town and its villages have been the birth-place of Martyrs & Heroes of the Indian Armed Forces. Someof its famous martyrs are Brig. Hoshiyar Singh Rathee of Sankhol, Capt Amit Verma of Bharai, Hav Jai Parkash Singh of Desalpur, Signalman Vinod Kumar of Jaitpur, Lance Naik Shyam Singh of Nilothi, Granadier Surender Singh of Subana, Naik Leela Ram of Jatwara, Naik Ramphal of Soldha, Sepoy Dharamvir of Dhakla, Hav Hari Om of Khunghai.
 
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