Chhara is a village in the Bahadurgarh tehsil of Jhajjar district, Haryana, India. It is situated on the MDR 122 road from Bahadurgarh to Beri and on the State Highway 20 from Sonipat to Jhajjar. Both these roads cross each other in Chhara.
The authentic origin of the village is not known, but from records of the Bhats and old people it is believed that this village was destroyed six times in the past; this is the seventh time where today the people are living. In old times this was near the Shiv ji. At present it seems that the village is situated on a low mountain, because as one enters the village the heights of streets and homes increase and can be checked physically. Chhara is a big village of Dalal Khap and Mudgil, Kaushik and Alumboyan Pandits. It is a village of wrestlers and it has many famous Akhadasa (wrestling gyms). There are many large ponds in the village named Mannalala, Choudhary Aala, Ram kund etc. There are two Panas in Village.Maanyaan & Choudharyala. and many Tholoas like Sadhyan,Bhokran etc. which cover a major region.
Distance between Chhara and Nearest Town/city
- Jhajjar 11 km
- Bahadurgarh 20 km
- Beri 14 km
- Sampla 10 km
- Delhi Border 25 km
- Najafgarh 31 km
- Rohtak 35 km
- Sonipat 48 km
- Delhi ISBT 51 km
- Chandigarh 265 km
Nearest Railway Station
Dominant & Farming Cast Of Village
Population of Village
The population of the village is 26,780 according to 2011 census.
- Government Primary School Pana Bhokran Chhara
- Government Primary School 1 Pana Manyan Chhara
- Government Primary School 2 Pana Manyan Chhara
- Government Primary School 3 Pana Manyan Chhara
Senior Secondary Schools
- Government Sen. Sec. School (Boys) (known as High school)
- Government Sen. Sec School (Girls)
- Sanskar Sen. Sec. School
- Shiva Sen. Sec. School
- Gramin Sen. Sec. School
Bank & ATM's
- UCO Bank near Govt Girls Sen. Sec School
- Co-operative Bank[disambiguation needed] Near Patesar,Jhajjar Road Chhara
- UCO Bank ATM, Main Bus Stand,Sampla Road Chhara
- Punjab National Bank ATM,Main Bus Stand,Bahadurgarh Road Chhara
- Community Health Center (Under Construction)
Sports & stadium
The Village Of Wrestlers: chhara is famous for its wrestler. there are three Major Akhara in this village. These are
- Teja Pahlwan Ka Akhara(Bagichi)
- Dhanna Pahlwan ka Akhara
- Lala Diwan Chand Kusti Stadium (M. Birender Pahlwan)
.These Akhara Has Provides World level Kusti coching. The Panchyat Of the village organise a kusti dangal every year in the month of falgun gyas. This Dangal is also known as Gyas ki Ghulai.
Hardwari Lal hailed from this village. Hardwari Lal remained MLA for a long time, both in Punjab and Haryana, also the Member of Parliament from Rohtak Constituency in 1990–95. He was Education Minister in the cabinet of Rao Birender Singh. He was an educationist and was later appointed as Vice Chancellor of Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak.
Surender Singh Dalal The unexpected victory of former NSG commando Surinder Singh Dalal (34), a candidate of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) from Delhi Cantonment against outgoing BJP MLA Karan Singh Tanwar, has firmed the faith in honest politics among his co-villagers at Chhara village of Jhajjar district, 51 km from Delhi
Rakhi Birla (Rakhi Bidlan) Rakhi Birla after AAP winning 28 seats in Delhi state assembly election in 2013. Member of Delhi Legislative Assembly In office Rakhi Birla MLA (born 1987) is an Indian politician from Aam Aadmi Party. She was the cabinet minister of Women & Child, Social Welfare and Languages in Delhi Government from Dec 28 2013 to Feb 14 2014, 49 days. She represents Mongolpuri constituency in Delhi Legislative Assembly.She was born in Village Chhara,haryana to Sheila and Bhupendra Singh Bidhlan. She adopted Birla as her surname when her school administration mistakenly wrote Birla instead of Bidlan in her class 10th certificate. She was the youngest of four daughters. She did Masters in Mass Communication from NBA School Of Mass Communication, New Delhi. Her family was into social causes for four generations, from her great-grandfather and then grandfather who joined the struggle for India's independence.
Avinash Mudgil (Mr. Rohtak) is bodybuilder from this village.
[[Ex-commando's win has firmed faith in clean politics: villagers Sat Singh, Hindustan Times Rohtak, December 9, 2013]]