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Ambala is a city and district in the state of Haryana, India.

Location of Ambala

The city is on the boundary between the Indian states of Haryana and Punjab. Ambala is between the Ganges river system and the Indus river system. To the north and south, it is surrounded by two rivers: the Ghaggar and the Tangri. The Ambala district is 47 km south of Chandigarh, 50 km north of Kurukshetra, 148 km southwest of Shimla, 198 km north of New Delhi, and 260 km southeast of Amritsar. Because of its position, tourism in the area is very important. No matter how they get there, tourists going to Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Chandigarh, and Jammu and Kashmir have to go through Ambala.

Ambala is split into two administrative units: Ambala Cantt (also called a “cantonment”) and Ambala City. Inside its cantonment area, there are a lot of Indian Army and Indian Air Force troops. Because of where it is, the Ambala District is an important part of tourism in the area.

Tahsils in Ambala district

AmbalaAmbala Cantt.BararaNaraingarh

History of Ambala

Archaeological Surveyor C.J. Rodgers found coins from the Hunas, Mihirakula, and Toramana empires, as well as coins from the Indo-Parthian Kingdom. This showed that after the Mauryan empire fell apart, the area was taken over by the Indo-Parthians and later became part of the Hunas’ territory.

In 1709, the Battle of Ambala took place, and the Sikhs beat the Mughals and took over Ambala.

According to the history of old India, Aryans once lived in Ambala. Near Ambala, which was the capital of the Aryan country at the time, there was a well-known place called Sarudhna. In 1847, Ambala was given the rank of a district. Here, the British built a Cantonment, which is now bigger than the main city.

When malaria broke out in 1841, the British left the cantonment at Karnal. In 1843, Ambala built a large cantonment to take its place. The industries in the Ambala area are well-known, especially the ones that make scientific tools, metal castings, kitchen mixer grinders, and submersible motor pumps.

Nathuram Godse, who killed Mahatma Gandhi, and Narayan Apte, who helped him do it, were both shot at Ambala Central Jail in November 1949. Rudyard Kipling’s book Kim also talks about Ambala Cantt.

Jat Villages in Ambala District

Addu MajraAkalgarh BararaAmbalaAmbala Cantt.
BaktuhaBalanaBararaBer Kheri
BhukhriChhoti KohriChourmastpurDanipur
Dhanora AmbalaGanganpurHoli AmbalaJalalpur Ambala
JandheriJandliJhalaKakkad Majra
KalawarKansapurKeshari GaonKhan Ahmadpur
Lohgarh AmbalaMankaManu MajraMatehri Jattan
Meerpur AmbalaMirpur AmbalaMirzapur AmbalaMohra Ambala
Mohri AmbalaMullanaMullana AmbalaNahra Ambala
NandwaliNanhera AmbalaNaraingarh AmbalaNurhad
Nurpur AmbalaRajpur AmbalaRajpura AmbalaRasulpur Ambala
RataurSaha AmbalaSaudharaShahzadpur Ambala
Shergarh AmbalaTangoliTharwa Majri

Kos Minar near Ambala

The Kos Minars, also called “Mile Pillars,” were built by the Pashtun king Sher Shah Suri in the 16th century along the Grand Trunk Road in the northern Indian subcontinent. The Kos Minars were built to mark the distance between Agra and Ajmer, Agra and Lahore, and Agra and Mandu in the south.

Most Kos Minars can be found in the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Punjab. They can be found along roads, train tracks, paddy fields, and in many towns and villages.

Early European travelers, such as Sir Thomas Roe, called the Kos Minars a “marvel of India.” The Archaeological Survey of India calls them “an important part of India’s national communication system.”

Jat Gotras in Ambala district


Notable Jat from Ambala

Vijay Rattan Chaudhary (Major) (09.07.1939 – 17.12.1971) :- Maha Vir Chakra, From Ambala, Haryana, Martyr of 1971 India-Pakistan War on 11/12 December, 1971. He was from 9 Engineers Regiment. He was awarded Maha Vir Chakra (Posthumous) for his act of bravery.

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