Synonyms for daultabad or Related words with daultabad

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Examples of "daultabad"
Other villages in Gurgaon Tehsil are Jharsa, Gadoli, Bajghera, Bamroli, Kadipur, Khandsa, Chakkarpur, Chandu, Daultabad and Dhanwapur.
Other villages in Gurgaon Mandal are Babupur, Badha, Bajghera, Bamroli, Basai, Chakkarpur, Daultabad, Dhanwapur and Chandu.
Babupur, Badha, Bajghera, Bamroli, Bandhwari, Bargujar, Basai, Chakkarpur, Chandu, Daultabad and Dhanwapur are nearby villages in Gurgaon Mandal.
Quni Daultabad (sometimes Daulatabad) is a Yadav dominated village in Pataudi Mandal, Gurgaon District, Haryana state, India.
Nearby villages are Gadai Pur (1.035 km), Daultabad (1.723 km), Bapas (2.833 km), Khetiawas (4.091 km), Balewa (4.392 km), Pahari (4.514 km), Inchha Puri (4.529 km).
39048) under Fatehpur Sikri, and includes three villages satha,Daultabad and Naya Bass. It is 30 km from Agra and 25 km from Bharatpur.
Babupur, Badha, Bajghera, Bamroli, Bandhwari, Bargujar, Basai, Chakkarpur, Chandu, Daultabad, and Dhanwapur are the villages along with this village in the same Gurgaon Mandal.
Daultabad is a panchayat village in Kiraoli Tehsil of Agra district. This village is dominated by Sisodia rajputs. This village is surrounded by three towns viz Kiraoli, Acchhnera and Fatehpur Sikri. Administratively it is a Village Panchayat (Code:
In all there are 12 villages of Sisodia Rajputs near Fatehpur Sikri fort in Agra district. These are Daultabad, Nayavas, Satha, Korai, Behrawati, Byara, Undera, Kachora, Singarpur, Vidyapur, Onera, Arrua.
Nirban (or Narban, Nirwan) is a gotra of Yaduvanshi Ahirs of Haryana, some of the villages of Nirban are in Mundawar, Mazarpur, Quni Daultabad near Pataudi, Pataudi, Guliara, Balag Noshehr, Selana and in the Samaypur, Badli and Haidurpur villages of Delhi.
The temple is dedicated to the tutelary deity, Lord Krishna. It is believed that Shri Gopal Singhji got victory in the battle of Daultabad. After this the king in his dream saw that Lord Krishna instructed him to fetch his idol from Amer and installed at Karauli. The king of Karauli therefore, brought this idol and got this temple constructed to enshrine it.
There are more than 15 villages in Kiraoli in Agra district. These are Abhendonpura(Mudiyapura), Manepura, Abhuapura,Nagla Shyoram, Mori baroli, Ardhaya, Prithvipura, nagla kurra, Beman, Basairy Chahar,Jaingara,Narol, Arrua Khas, Nayavas, Satha, korai, Behrawati, Byara, Undera, Kachora, Nahchani, Nagala Dalsahay, Nagala Jhabba, Nagala Hannu, Nagala Beech, Karahara, Singarpur, Vidyapur, Onera, Daultabad, SANDHAN KHERA,Raibha etc.
Other villages in Gurgaon Mandal are Babupur, Badha, Bajghera, Bamroli, Bandhwari, Bargujar, Basai, Chakkarpur, Chandu, Daultabad, and Dhanwapur. Nearby villages of this village with distance are Garhi Harsaru (3.737 km), Harsaru (3.831 km), Chandu (3.848 km), Daulatabad (4.123 km), Budhera (4.530 km), Dharampur (4.777 km), Kadipur (4.899 km). Its geographical coordinates are 28° 29' 0" North, 76° 57' 0" East.
Daultabad, Dundahera, Wazirpur, Hamirpur, Jhund Sarai, Dhanawas, Dhorka, Bhawani Enclave,Dhana Manesar, Saidpur, Mohammadpur, Patli, Judola, Narsighpur, Nurpur, Baskusla Manesar, Chandan Nagar Dhani, Basai Enclave, Sikandarpur Ghosi, Nathupur, DLF Phase 3, Rail Vihar, Sector 57, Greenwood City Sector 45, Tigra, Darbaripur, Hasanpur, Begampur Khatola, DLF Phase 2, Dankot,Ikbal Pur, Kaliyawas, Sultanpur, Sikandarpur Ghosi, Darbaripur, Khandsa, Islampur, Jharsa, Nathupur, Palam Vihar, Ramgarh and Kherki Daula all significant landmarks of Gurgaon city fall under Badshapur assembly constituency.
India census, Pataudi had a population of 16,064. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Pataudi has an average literacy rate of 57%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 65%, and female literacy is 48%. In Pataudi, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age. Now Pataudi is dominated by people from Ahirs community which is a martial community. Their main occupation is farming. Rao Kanwar Singh Yadav the famous freedom fighter of Quni Daultabad village is also from Pataudi.
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The Muslim Kaimkhani Nawab, Fatehkhan established Fatehpur in 1451. He constructed the fort of Fatehpur in 1449 and ruled up to 1474. It served as the capital of Fateh Khan, the Muslim Nawab. Fatehkhan's eldest son was Jalal Khan, who founded the village Jalalsar at a distance of 10 km south of Fatehpur. After death of Fateh Khan in 1474, Jalal Khan became the Nawab of Fatehpur. Jalal Khan was a warrior and kind Nawab. He had left the Fatehpur bid (forest land), north of village Harsawa, for the purpose of grazing of animals. Jalalkhan died in 1489 (samvat 1546). After Jalal Khan his son Daulat Khan became nawab of Fatehpur in 1489 (samvat 1546), who founded village Daultabad in north of Fatehpur, which is now a mohalla of Fatehpur. He ruled till 1513 (samvat 1570). During his rule there was a tension between Jhunjhunu nawab Bhikan Khan and Nuan nawab Mohabbat Khan. Daulat Khan attacked Jhunjhunu in favour of Nuan. Bhikan Khan was defeated in Abusar war and Mohabbat Khan was made nawab of Jhunjhunu. In 1513, Nahar Khan, son of Daulat Khan, became Nawab. He attacked Rathores and win over many Rajputs in his favour. Nahar Khan founded a town named Narsara in southwest of Fatehpur at a distance of about 12 km. During the rule of Nahar Khan, Delhi Sultnate had seen five badshas namely Sikandar Lodhi, Ibrahim Lodhi, Babar, Humayun, and Shershah. From the reign of Fateh Khan, the nawabi of Fatehpur was under Delhi Sultnate, which became free in 1543 (samvat 1600).