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Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103 is located in Haryana
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103
Location of Jhajjar in Haryana
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103 is located in India
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103
Jhajjar (Haryana) 124103 (India)
Coordinates: 28°37′N 76°39′E / 28.62°N 76.65°E / 28.62; 76.65.[1]
Country India
State Haryana
Elevation 220 m (720 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 956,907[2]

Jhajjar is a city in Jhajjar district in the Indian state of Haryana. It was split off of the Rohtak district on 15 July 1997. The City is situated on the road connecting Rewari to Rohtak(NH-71),Charkhi Dadri to Delhi and Gurgaon to Bhiwani.[3]


Colonial era[edit]

For their participation in 1857 rebellion, three main chiefs of Haryana were tried and hanged at Kotwali in Chandani Chowk of Old Delhi. Nahar Singh, the Raja of Ballabhgarh, was hanged on 9 January 1858. Abdur Rehman, Nawab of Jhajjar, was hanged on 23 January 1858. Ahmad Ali, Nawab of Farrukhnagar, was hanged on 23 January 1858.[4]


As of 2011, Jhajjar District had a population of 956,907. Males constitute 54% of the population and females constitute 46%. Jhajjar has an average literacy rate of 80.83%, higher than the national average of 74%. Male literacy is 89.44%, and female literacy is 70.16%.[2]


Jhajjar has its railway station, with code JHJ. The railway station of the city is situated on Delhi-Jhajjar-Dadri Road. The station supports four trains, including the first CNG train of India and the Jaipur-Chandigarh Intercity train.

Jhajjar City has Haryana's largest Bus Station(I.S.B.T) situated on Rohtak-Jhajjar-Rewari NH-71. This new bus station has an area of 38 acres, including parks for students.

Prominent personalities[edit]

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 ((Manu Bhaker))

See also[edit]