Nathewal

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Nathewal is a small village near the town of phagwara in the Jalandhar district in the Punjab state (India). The nearest villages include Rurkee, Ucha pind, Rurka Kalan, Sunner Khurd, Kahna Dhesian, Sarhali, Dhani Pind and Bundala.[1] [2]

History[edit]

The village is predominantly overseen by the Kaushal lineage, who are still sought after for advice, including matters of personal, family and business matters. The name of the village originates from Nathuram, an original member of the Kaushal family. They have acted as Lambardar (village head) for many generations.

Present[edit]

The present Lambardar is Mr. Sarvan Rai, Rajan Kaushal, grandson of Late Sh. Gurdas Ram Kaushal, Mr.Pallram Rai is chokidar,Mrs. Bijju is sarpanch and the panch are Mr. Lucky Kaushal , Mr.Satnam Rai, Mr.Boota Ram.

School[edit]

The GPS School in Nathewal is a Government Primary school. This school holds the record of the most hygienic school in the Jalandhar district. This school is headed by Master Ajmer Singh.

Crops[edit]

Crops grown in this region include wheat, rice, sugar cane, vegetables, maize and barley.

References[edit]

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Coordinates: 31°10′N 75°42′E / 31.167°N 75.700°E / 31.167; 75.700