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Sunday, 20 March 2016

History About Bilaspur Himachal Pardesh.

History  About  Bilaspur  Himachal Pardesh.

Bilaspur was the capital of a state founded in the 7th century, and recognized as Kahlur before its previous capital, or as Bilaspur after its later capital. The decision dynasty were Chandela Rajputs, who claimed fall from the rulers of Chanderi in there-day Madhya Pradesh. The city of Bilaspur was founded in 1663. The state later became a princely state of British India, and was under the authority of the British region of Punjab.
Bilaspur City.

On May 13, 1665, Guru Tegh Bahadur went to Bilaspur to be present at the grief for Raja Dip Chand of Bilaspur. The Dowager Rani Champa of Bilaspur obtainable to give the Guru a piece of land in her state. The Guru bought the site on payment of Rs 500 (Five Hundred Rupees). The land consisted of the villages of Lodhipur, Mianpur and Sahota. Here on the heap of Makhowal, Guru Tegh Bahadur raised a new habitat. The earth was out of order on June 19, 1665, by Baba Gurditta Randhawa. The new village was named after the Guru's mother, Nanaki. Chakk Nanaki later became well-known as Anandpur Sahib.

In 1932 state was whole part of the recently shaped Punjab States Agency, and in 1936 the Punjab Hill States Agency was estranged from the Punjab States Agency. India became independent in 1947, and on October 12, 1948 the ruler, HH Raja Sir Anand Chand, acceded to the Government of India. Pandit Sant Ram was the last Home Minister of the state. As Bilaspur acceded to India on 12 October 1948, Pandit Sant Ram administered the state's attainment ensuring that Bilaspur retained an independent independence as a split region and in 1950 as a part C state while the country of the kind state was politically built-in into the Indian Union.

Bilaspur  Town.
Bilaspur became a split state of India under a chief official, and on July 1, 1954 Bilaspur State was made a district of Himachal Pradesh state by an do amazing of the Indian Parliament. The important city was busy in 1954 when the Sutlej River was dammed to make the Govind Sagar, and a new city was built upslope of the old.

The bulk of the Rajputs in Bilaspur are chandias, that is they fit in to unlike brushwood of the choice family. These families are many, and all enjoyed jagir pensions from state amounting in collective to Rs. 40,000 a year in 1933. They are called 'the Mian families', and the chief names are: Ajmerchandia, Kaliyanchandia, Tarahandia and Sultanchandia.

Bilaspur is located at 31.33°N 76.75°E.[2] It has an normal height of 673 metres (2208 feet).It lies at base of Bandla Hills. It lies near the boiler of Govind Sagar on the Sutluj River. It is first main city after in the direction of the inside himachal on way to manali.

It is burning in summer as it is situated in valley at lesser height while nearby mountains top experience enjoyable climate and cold in winters. Monsoon brings abundance of rain from July to September. Best time to visit is October to November, during this time Lake is totally full and weather is also enjoyable. newest months are May and June when hotness usually hover around 37-38 degree Celsius and from time to time for few days jumping to above 40 degree Celsius, although unlike North Indian Plains nights are moderately cooler and at ease.

Weather Of Bilaspur
As of 2001 India poll,[3] Bilaspur had a population of 13058. Males comprise 56.25% of the population and females 43.75%. Bilaspur has an standard literacy rate of 91%, higher than the nationwide standard of 74.04%.10.74% of the population is under 6 years of age. Most of citizens live in villages and are agrarian in adding to working for government.Language spoken is Kahluri or Bilaspuri a part of Western Pahari branch. Hindi is widely unspoken. bulk of people follow Hinduism.

There is no railway or air system in district. Buses are only mode of public transport.Buses are obtainable to all major town within state as well as for exterior state. All buses going to Manali from Delhi or Chandigarh pass from side to side city. Bilaspur lies on National Highway -21 also known as Chandigarh-Manali NH-21 highway. It is 86 kilometers away from Shimla, state capital and 405 kilometers from Delhi. nearby main airport with daily listed flights from main airports of India is in Chandigarh which is 141 kilometers away. Manali major tourist attraction in Himachal is 195 kilometers away. Mandi 70 kilometers away is another main city nearby and also Zonal head office of district. Most of long route buses are run by state owned HRTC. Local routes are covered by private bus operators. Farthest place in himachal from bilaspur is Kaza, Himachal Pradesh via Shimla at 526 kilometers. There is daily bus service on this route which starts from Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh.


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