Manglaur

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Manglaur
मंगलौर
city
Manglaur is located in Uttarakhand
Manglaur
Manglaur
Manglaur is located in India
Manglaur
Manglaur
Location in Uttarakhand, India
Coordinates: 29°48′N 77°52′E / 29.80°N 77.87°E / 29.80; 77.87Coordinates: 29°48′N 77°52′E / 29.80°N 77.87°E / 29.80; 77.87
Country  India
State Uttarakhand
District Haridwar
Elevation 260 m (850 ft)
Population (2014)
 • Total 82,971
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 247656[1]
Vehicle registration UK
Website uk.gov.in

Manglaur is a city and a municipal board in Haridwar district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Pin code of Manglaur is 247656.[1] Manglour is located on national highway-58 (Delhi–Haridwar). It is 175 km away from Delhi and about 10 km from Roorkee.

At the time of the British it used to be a tehsil, Tehseel wali Masjid is still present there. And middle school building near Masjid used to Kachhari work. There was a Quila also the walls of which still exist in Shah Vilayat Masjid and that is a residential area now.

The current chairman of Manglaur is Muhammad Islam.

History[edit]

Manglaur is an old place of North Hind which has its own recognition. At one side where it is a matter of pride being a historical place. On the other hand it bears such good people who are owner of unlimited assets. History is witness that its name is on the basis of its bearer whose name was Mangal Sen. For a long time it was the capital of Mangal Sen. whose symbol is present even today. There is also an evidence from Aaine Akbar (author Abul Fajal), too, that it was a historical place.

Manglaur is an historical town where a fort made of brick is present which was built at the time of king Vikramaditya and it was under the control of Brahmenes and Badgujers.

At the time of King Vikaramadiyta (375–414 A.D) Mangal had built this fort. One portion of Wall of that fort is safe in corner of the shirine of hazrat Shah Vilayat. The width of this wall is 12 ft. And inside this surrounding there is a Masjid present built by Gyasuddeen Balban whose kutba is fitted in the wall of Masjid. From Mangal Sen to British Rule Manglaur was a tehsil.

Most of the time Manglaur was independent and it saw many rises and falls. But after a while it was a state of Punjab. Such time also came when it was declared a district. But British rule took back the status of district and convert it into tehsil. And later on the state of tehsil also taken back and made Roorkee the tehsil.

The building which was the offices of tehsil at that time was converted into 'Middle Oriental School’. This building had been famous by name of middle school after independence.

At present there is a Masjid nearby this school which is known as “tehseel wali masjid”. And where was the main center of rule it is known as the name of Quila. Which is surrounded by roads and markets. After seeing this structure it can be said there was a trench around this quila by four sides for enemies. So that enemies could not reach inside Quila.

Presently the Fort is converted into Mohalla Quila which is surrounded by following roads, Nagar Palika Chowk to Sarrafa Bazar road, Main Market to Haidri Chowk road, then mohalla malakpura to Nagar Palika Parishad road.

At that time there was very less population outside town which is known as by the name of different Mohallas. These Mohallas have old buildings present still today. As Mohalla Lal Bag (Lal Bara), Jain Gali, kathaira have some old building which are witness of it historical.

Manglaur Census2011 -[2]

Entry of Muslim[edit]

Sultan Sabakatgeen (About 387 Hijri) came to Manglaur and defeat the king Aanand Pal. Abuabbas bin ahmad asfar aayni was his (Sabakgeen) minister at that time. At that time Manglaur was the independent state of Panjab. Its area was 5000 murabba miles at that time.

At the time of Sultaan mahmood gaznavi ( mautfi 421 hijri e.i. 1001 AD), the Farooqi family came in Manglaur, Who founded Madarsa and khankah there for education. In 6 AD, Sulaimaan gyasudeen gauri has brought the generation of Amirul Momineen Hazrat Hasan.

At that time it was known as dawaba Manglaur, Bhosak pura Mangal sen. There was a big factory (karkhana) of islah saji. Hasni was good in islah Saji and kamaan saji, Today they are known as kamangarana.

Hazrat Maulana sheikh Jamaluddin Gaznavi Mijaz Hazrat Sheikh ahmad chisti is from the hasani generation. Whose grave is present in mohalla malakpura at the bank of Jamaal pond. Today this pond is known as Jamaal Garha. In 7th hijri, Hazrat Shah Abdul Gafur Kardataani came in Manglaur whose shrine was built by Gyasuddeen Balban.

In 1857 when there was the rule of British and First freedom battel was ready to begin. At that time a Madarsa “Jamiya Arbiya Al Momineen was established in Manglaur.

Personalities of Manglaur[edit]

Hazrat shah vilayat Manglauri:[edit]

His isme garami is Usmaan Jahangeer Chishti. His home town is Bukhara. He was not interested in business. He came in Hindustan with his family. At first he was came in Purqaji (District Muzaffar Nagar). Later he came in Manglaur and buried there too.

Molvi Naseerudin Shaheed Manglauri (R.A.)[edit]

He was the resident of Sahranpur( U.P, Hindustan) but later he came in Manglaur.

Qazi Ismail[edit]

He was the muasir of Maulana Muhammad Qasim Sahab Nanotavi. His grave is in Jama Masjid Manglaur.

Others[edit]

  • Maulvi Sayyad Tufail ahmad ( Alig)
  • Maulana sayyad Raham Ilahi sahib
  • Maulana saifullah sahab mublag darlum Devband
  • Maulana Raham ilahi sahab ansari ( sabik mohtamim jamiya arbia madarsa allmominin)
  • Qazi Mohammad Akbar sahab ( Known as Nambardaar) a well known Landlord with more than 1400 acres of Land in and around the town.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2001 India census,[3] Manglaur had a population of 42,782. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Manglaur has an average literacy rate of 37%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 43%, and female literacy is 30%. In Manglaur, 19% of the population is under 6 years of age. Manglaur is famous for its basmati rice.

Religions in manglaur
Religion Percent
Hindus
  
20%
Muslims
  
79%
Shia Muslims
  
5%
Jains
  
0.5%
Others†
  
0.5%
Distribution of religions
Includes Sikhs (0.2%), Buddhists (<0.2%).

References[edit]

External links[edit]

can anyone tell that is there any scope for BPO's there in Manglaur?