History of Auraiya


Auraiya’s glorious and glorious saga

Auraiya’s pride: Auraiya’s history Historically, Auraiya’s past has been highly glorified. Auraiya existence has remained intact, despite the many conflicts in the eternal rule of change. The history of Auraiya’s origins is as follows. Information of Auraiya in history till date.

Auraiya Uttar Pradesh: Auraiya is a major headquarters and municipality of the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. Panchal was included in the kingdom in ancient times. Before becoming the district headquarters, it was the tehsil headquarters of Etawah district. This district is under Kanpur division. Ajitmal tehsil is the first in the district in the field of education.

Establishment of Auraiya district: Auraiya’s history as a district is new. On 17 September 1997, a new district was created by cutting Auraiya and Vidhuna, two tehsils of Etawah district and its headquarters at a place called Kakor in the middle of about 22 km route from the main railway station Dibiyapur to Auraiya.

Situation of Auraiya district: Kannauj district in the north, Yamuna river and district Jalaun in the south, district Kanpur Dehat in the east and Etawah district in the west. Auraiya district headquarters is located on National Highway No. 2 Mughal Road, which is 105 km west of Kanpur metropolis and 63 km east of Etawah district headquarters. The historicity of the region connects it with the pride of the Marathas to the history of Awadh which was included in the Panchal kingdom in ancient times.

Auraiya Uttar Pradesh Modern History

Under Rohillas in 1760 AD: 1760 AD under Rohillas Ahmad Shah Durrani invaded India. Ahmad Shah Durrani was opposed by the Marathas on the plains of Panipat in 1761 but Ahmad Shah Durrani defeated the Marathas. In which, apart from the Maratha chieftains, Govind Rao Pandit also lost his life in the war.

Ahmad Shah Durrani sent Rohilla chieftains to large parts of the country: Dhunday Khan was sent to Shikohabad, Inayat Khan (son of Hafiz Rahmat Khan) to Etawah which was under the occupation of the Marathas. In 1762 a Rohilla army was sent under the leadership of Mulla Mohsin Khan to seize property from the Marathas, this army was opposed by Kishan Rao and Bala Rao Pandit (committed to protecting the Yamuna crossing) near Etawah city. The fort of Etawah was besieged by Mohsin Khan but the fortress soon surrendered and the district passed into the hands of the Rohillas.

Inayat Khan’s Revenue: Zamindars refused to pay Inayat Khan tax and waived the right of disobedience in their forts. Strong military forces led by Sheikh Kuber and Mulla Baz Khan and some cannon were sent to Rohilas to eat the zamindars of the Kamayat of the Jamuna crossing area opposed Inayat Khan’s authority. After that Hafiz Rahmat and Inayat Khan themselves came to Etawah and intensified the proceedings against the landlords and they finally agreed to the treaty. Later Hafiz Rahmat moved to Bareilly and Rohilla posts were established in the district.

Raja Najib Khan’s rule: Raja Najib Khan emerged in Delhi. Najib Khan is also known as Najib-ud-Daula, Aamir-ul-Umra, Shuja ud-Daula. Nabab Wazir succeeded in Safdar Jung and captured the property from Bangash to Aligarh, apart from the land given by Rohillas by Durrani, but the Afghans of Farrukhabad did not tolerate Najib Khan’s hostility and in 1762 he joined the attack on Farrukhabad Convinced Najib-ud-Daula The attack was won with the help of Hafiz Rahmat Khan and once again the matters were resolved peacefully. The ambitious Najib-ud-Daula was greatly irritated by the Rohillas’ intervention from the Bangla country on behalf of Ahmad Khan in 1762 and he was also engaged in hastily pursuing his plans for revenge Hafiz Rahmat in 1770 Started plotting for the downfall of Khan.

Marathas Invasion: In 1766, the Marathas once again crossed the Jamuna under the leadership of Malhar Rao and attacked Fafood. Where Rohillas army was deployed under the leadership of Muhammad Hasan Khan (eldest son of Mohsin Khan). On receiving this news, Hafiz Rahmat proceeded from Bareilly to face the Marathas.

Jabita Khan: Najib-ud-daulah fell ill at Koil and took his step back, leaving his eldest son, Jabita Khan, to help the Marathas. In no way did Jabita Khan settle the war against her Afghan brothers. On knowing this, the Marathas took Jabita Khan as a prisoner in their camp itself. Jabita Khan requested Hafiz Rahmat Khan to obtain his release. After which Hafiz Rahmat Khan started talking to the Marathas for the release of Jabita Khan, but the Maratha leaders demanded the surrender of Jagir of Etawah and Shikhabad instead. Hafiz Rahmat Khan refused to accept those terms, in the meantime Jabita Khan escaped in the midst of a deal with the Marathas. Now many irregular treaties took place between the Marathas and the Afghan forces.

Tourist places and religious places of Auraiya: Saffron Kali, Kamdev, Guriya, Devi Kali, Badi Devi, Collectorate etc. are the tourist places of Auraiya.

What is the place to see in Auraiya?

bhagwa kali
devi kali
badi devi

Key Word: Auraiya parichay, Auraiya ki sthapana, Auraiya ka vaidik itihas, dev bhumi Auraiya ki katha, sarvshreshth Auraiya ka itihas,

औरैया की ताजा खबर. औरैया दर्शनीय स्थल। औरैया का नया नाम क्या है। औरैया इटावा का राजा कौन था। चकरनगर का इतिहास। औरैया किस राज्य में स्थित है। औरैया जिला नक्शा। इटावा का पुराना नाम क्या है। औरैया सांसद नाम । औरैया जिला के समाचार।

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