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Talwandi Jagdev Singh
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Talwandi Rai was reputedly founded in 1478 AD by the Rai Kalha I who was a Muslim Rajput. The village was autonomous during most of the British rule in India and was ruled by a Rajput King up until the late 1800s when the British Raj demanded the Rai adhere to British demands. In return Muslim rule was maintained until the partition in 1947. The descendants of the last pre-partition ruler of Talwandi Rai can be found in Pakistan.
The village remained heavily populated by Muslims until 1947, partition of India-Pakistan. Founders of Talwandi Rai
The village has a Sr secondary co education school has up to 10+2 classes and few private schools for primary education.
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