Bohara

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Gurduara Singh Sabha Bohara

Bohara is a village in the district of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar in Punjab, India. It is a small village which lies between Aur and Nawashahr.

History[edit]

The village of Bohara was founded by two brothers Baba Fateh Singh Uppal and Baba Heera Singh Uppal, originally from Bohara's neighbouring village, Mirpur Lakha, over 200 years ago.

Geography[edit]

Bohara's neighbouring villages are Mirpur Lakha and Sodhian, both of which are larger in size. Other larger surrounding villages include Aur and Rahon.

In the village[edit]

There is a Uppal dairy farm which has been announced as Punjab's 3rd largest dairy farm. Within the village there is a gurdwara, post office, shops, school, volleyball ground and a bus stop.

Bohara people also settled in northern part of Nepal. They have been covered hilly areas.