|Elevation||288 m (945 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
- On 10 March 1557, Akbar received the news that at the instigation of Mulla Abdulla Sultanpuri, Sikandar Sur had descended upon the plains of Jalandhar Doab and had started collecting the revenue. On 17 December 1557, Akbar received the news that at the instigation of Mulla Abdulla Sultanpuri, Sikandar Sur had descended upon the plains of Jalandhar Doab and had started collecting the revenue. On 17 December 1557, the imperial forces advanced through Jalandhar to the Shiwalik Hills and encamped at Dasua in the Hoshiarpur District and moved further to Nurpur. The hill Rajas, who had sided with Sikandar Sur, deserted him and submitted to Akbar.
After Bairam Khan was defeated by the imperial forces at Gunachaur, he went to Talwara, the capital of Raja Ganesh. There was a great battle fought between the imperialist and Bairam Khan’s troops. The royal troops besieged the fortress at Talwara. Bairam Khan after a brief resistance surrendered at Hajipur, Punjab in October 1560 and threw himself at the mercy of the Emperor Akbar. He was pardoned by the emperor at Hariana and thereafter, he left for Mecca.
With the downfall of the Mughal Empire and the rise of the Sikh power, the district saw its most stirring scenes. The history of the Sikh Gurus in the Hoshiarpur District mainly revolves round the towns of Kiratpur and Anandpur Sahib, whichformed part of it before the reorganisation of the Punjab in November 1966.
- In 1758, Adina Beg, the Faujdar of Jalandhar Doab died at Khanpur, near Hoshiarpur and was buried there. After the death of Adina Beg, the Sikhs spread once again over the whole of Punjab. Jassa Singh Ramgarhia added to his possession some territories in the neighbour-hood of Hoshiarpur. Parganas of Maniwal, Urmur Tanda, Sarih and Miani in the Jalandhar Doab were occupied. Prithvi Singh, the ruler of Nurpur and Raja Singh, the ruler of Chamba accepted his overlordship. Jassa Singh Ramgarhia occupied Datarpur and Hajipur, Punjab in tahsil Dasuya in the Hoshiarpur.A copy of FIR of 19th century in Urdu script is available in books of Hajipur PS.
Hajipur is located at  It has an average elevation of 288 metres (944 feet).Farming is the main occupation. It is located near to Himachal Pradesh border alongside the range of Shivalik hills. It is a kandi area declared by Govt of Punjab. Hajipur is also famous due to the temples it has. One of the old temples of Hajipur are Raghubir Das Mandir located in the center of Hajipur and other tempals are as follows:.
- Shiv Temple
- Shani Temple
- Sheetla Mata Temple
- Baba Balak Nath Temple
- Many More...
Places to Visit Near Hajipur
Lots of places to visit near Hajipur. Some of them are listed below:
- Tilla Baba Ji, Sahoda.
- Peer Baba Tugalshah Ji, Mawa Bantha.
- Pong Dam, Talwara Township.
Some of the educational institutes are as follows:
- Govt. Sr. Sec. School (Boys)
- Govt. Sec. School (Girls)
- St. Vivekanand Public School
- Sarvhitkari Vidya Mandir
- HERITAGE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
As of 2001[update] India census, Hajipur had a population of 5366. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Hajipur has an average literacy rate of 78%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 75%. In Hajipur, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Hajipur is also one of the greatest place where the politics of Mukerian can be held. There are great poitical influences which have taken place at hajipur after independence. The two major paries BJP and congress are having hold at Hajipur.
- Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Hajipur
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.