Naugaon

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Naugaon (Hindi: नौगाँव) is a small town of approximately 5000 in the Uttarkashi district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand.[1] It's situated beside the Yamuna river.[2] It lies at the junction of Naugaon-Purola Rd and National Highway 507 near the towns Barkot, Purola and Damta.

History[edit]

Naugon and its surrounding villages are collectively referred to as Dhakrai. The original 9 villages are Naugaon (गाँव), Sunara, Kotiyalgaon, Manjiyali, Tunalka, Bhatiya, Matiyali, Rastari and Mungra. The late Shri Daulat Ram Ranwalta and Pandit Dheema Nand Bijalwan brought Saraswati Shishu Mandir into the town.

The Late Pandit Dheema Nand Bijalwan was one of most famous astrologists of Yammuna valley. He was born in Murari and completed his education in Tehri. He established many government schools, colleges, and development offices in the area. As an orator; writer and social entrepreneur, he led social movements, universal policy campaigns across the Himalayas.

Schools[edit]

  • Government inter college Naugaon
  • Daulat ram ravanlta saraswati vidya mandir
  • S.H.S.V.M. Naugaon
  • Sasaswati shishu mandir
  • Basic school
  • Bal vidya mandir
  • Kanya junior high school MURARI
  • Jagriti public school
  • Dhanvantri public school

Healthcare[edit]

  • Meenakshi medical store
  • Community health centre
  • Government veterinary hospital
  • Chauhan medical store
  • Rana medical store
  • Dr. Rashmi Chand Clinic with maternity treatment facility

Villages in Naugaon[edit]

  • Bachangaon
  • Bagasu
  • Bajladi
  • Bakhreti
  • Banas
  • Barkot(paulgaon)
  • Basrali
  • Beef
  • Bhankoli
  • Bhansadi
  • Bhatiya
  • Bhaunti
  • Bingsi
  • Byali
  • Chaptadi
  • Chhamrota
  • Chopra
  • Dakhyatgaon
  • Dandagaon
  • Dandalgaon
  • Dangurgaon
  • Darogi
  • Darsaun
  • Deval
  • Dharali
  • Dhari-(mulan)
  • Dhari-[palli]
  • Dhuik
  • Diyadi
  • Durbil
  • Eedak
  • Fari
  • Gadoli
  • Gair-Banal
  • Gair-Mugarsanti
  • Gangtadi
  • Garh-Khatal
  • Gatu
  • Godin
  • Gona
  • Guladi
  • Halna
  • Himrol
  • Jandanu
  • Jarda
  • Jugadgaon
  • Kalogi
  • Kanda
  • Kandaoo
  • Kandari
  • Kandi
  • Kanseru
  • Kaphnaul
  • Kewalgaon
  • Khamundi-Malli
  • Khaneda
  • Khansi
  • Kharsali
  • Khirmu
  • Kimmi
  • Kisala
  • Koti-[banal]
  • Koti-[thakral]
  • Kotiyalgaon
  • Kotla
  • Krishna
  • Kud
  • Kunsala
  • Kunwan
  • Kupda
  • Kursil
  • Kuthar
  • Kuthnaur
  • Kwadi
  • Lodan
  • Manjiyali
  • Masalgaon
  • Massu
  • Matiyali
  • Molda
  • Mungra
  • Muradi
  • Nagangaon
  • Nandgaon
  • Naryunka
  • Naugaon
  • Naugaon[godar]
  • Nisni
  • Odgaon
  • Palar
  • Paletha
  • Pali
  • Phooldhar
  • Pindki
  • Pounti
  • Rana
  • Rikhaun
  • Sarnol
  • Sidak
  • Singuni
  • Sunaldi
  • Sunara
  • Syalab
  • Syalna
  • Thali
  • Than
  • Thanki
  • Tinya
  • Tunalka
  • Upradi
  • Vajri
  • Vigradi
  • Wadiya-

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kapadia, Harish (1999). Across Peaks and Passes in Garhwal Himalaya. Indus Publishing Company. p. 228. ISBN 8173870977. 
  2. ^ "Natural Attraction". District Administration Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, India. Retrieved 25 September 2012. 

Coordinates: 30°47′21.17″N 78°8′26.75″E / 30.7892139°N 78.1407639°E / 30.7892139; 78.1407639