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District Hamirpur, UP, India

History

ANCIENT PERIOD

The early history of the region covered by the present district of Hamirpur may be traced back to the Palaeolithic age as evidenced by the discovery of choppers, hand axes and pebble cores. According to the Pauranic tradition the earliest known Aryan people who settled in this region, lying between the Yamuna and the Vindhyas, were known as Chedis. The Chedi kingdom was known as tone of the16 most important kingdom of that period in Mahabharat. The Mahabharata describes the Chedis as being blessed with knowledge of the eternal law of righteousness. King Shishupal, ruled this kingdom and killed by Krishna. It is said that its chivalrous Kshatriya,, acting on the advice of Krishna, humiliated their enemies by making them prisoners and gave joy to their friends.

After some period this region was ruled by Mauray's and Shungas. The district came under the domination of Kanishka (78-120 A.D.). After him the history of the district is shrouded in obscurity till about the middle of the third century A.D. when Vindhyasakti (255-275 A.D.) rose to power who was founder of the Vakataka dynasty. It seems that the district partly came under the Vakataka sway and partly under the Bharsivas, a branch of the Nagas, whose sphere of influence extended at that time from Gwalior and Mathura in the West to probably Varanasi and Mirzapur in the east Gupta dynasty also ruled this region from the mid of 4th century and continued till the beginning of the 6th century.

The country ruled by the Chandels from the beginning of 9th century , was organised into a bhukti (province), called Jejakbhukti. Jejakbhukti coincides with modern Bundelkhand comprising this district.

In the eleventh century the town of Hamirpur, which gave its name of the district, was founded by one Hamira Deva, a Kalachuri Rajput, who came there from Alwar and took shelter with one Bunda, an Ahir. Bunda's name still survives in the neighbouring village of Budanpur, where remains of an ancient Khera are found. Having no male issue, Hamira Deva adopted his daughter's son Ram Singh, who married with the daughter of a Rajput of Amlar in Banda district. He was offered, in marriage, the eastern portion of pargana Maudaha as dowry. The remains of the fort built by Hamira Deva are still found in Hamirpur.

MEDIEVAL PERIOD

For some period this region was ruled by Bundelas. During Akbar's reign (1556-1605), the district of Hamirpur was divided between two suba. The parganas of Mahoba, Mulkira, Maudaha and Sumerpur and considerable portion of other territory were comprised in the three mahals (revenue paying pargana) of Maudaha, Khandela and Mahobha within the sirkar of Kalinjar and subah of Allahabad. The remainder of the district was distributed over the mahals of Rath., Khandaut, Kharela and Hamirpur and belonged to the sirkar of Kalpi in the subah of Agra. Even its submission to the Mughal authority some part of this district seem to have remained under the Bundelas. During Aurangzab's reign, Chhatra Sal, a principal leader of the Bundelas commenced operations against Aurangzab in 1671 and expended his power over the whole of the country east of the Dhasan, river, completing his conquest with the capture of the celebrated fortress of Kalinger on about 1680. His forces overran the tract now comprising the present district Hamirpur.

MODERN PERIOD

In 1721, Muhammad Khan Bangash, famous as Nawab Farrukhabad, was appointed governor of Allahabad. Fighting obstinate engangements with the entrenched Bundelas and facing continuous harassment at their hands with considerable loss of men and equipments, it was not until the end of 1728 that the whole Hamirpur district had come into the Nawab's possession, and was virtually being reduced to complete order when in March 1729, the sudden advent of the Marathas,Peshwa Baji Rao, into this region turned Muhammand Khan's course of victory into defeat.

Raja Chhatra Sal, restored to his possessions, by Maratha aid and realizing that without their assistance and protection his power would be lost as it had been acquired, decided to make the Marathas interested in its preservation. Shortly before his death,he drew up a will, by which he bequeathed one-third of his dominions to the Peshwa Baji Rao, on the condition that his heirs and successors should be maintained by the Marathas in possession of the rest. The one-third of his dominions, Jaitpur Raj, which comprised most of the district was given to his second son,Jagat Raj.

Most of the tract covered by the present district was ceded to the East India Company by the treaty of Bassein on December 31st 1802. The captured of Kalpi by the British the same year effectually confirmed the British occupation of Bundelkhad. Hamirpur was then included in the newly formed district of Bundelkhand and remained a part of it till March, 1819 , when two district were formed. One including Hamirpur to the north was called Northern Bundelkhand or Kalpi, and that to the south Banda. In 1821, the headquarter of the former from Kalpi shifted to Hamirpur. In 1823, Hamirpur was formed as independent district. The later history of the district upto 1857 is chiefly concerned with the difficulties of fiscal administration.

The 20th century began with the growth of nationalism in the whole of India and Hamirpur was no exception. The youth of the district were restless. During the anti-partition agitation of 1905, the district did not lag behind in holding public meetings, organizing strikes and protests .

The non-co-operation movement too started in August, 1920 spread in the District rapidly. A campaign was launched in the district for using indigenous goods, especially Khadi. The people were exhorted to leave government services, boycott the courts, and even children were asked not to go to English and government schools. The distribution of the well-known pamphlets Bundelkhand Keshri and Pukar in the district marked a turning point as they created a revolutionary stir among the masses.

The district participated in the elections of 1937 which were conducted under the Government of India Act of 1935, in order to organize various activities of the Congress in the district Jawaharlal Nehru and Abul Kalam Azad visited Maudha in 1937. With the outbreak of the second World War in 1939, however, the Congress ministries resigned on the issue of India's forced participation in it.

On the occasion of celebration of Silver Jubilee year of Independence in 1973, 323 persons of district, who had taken part in India's freedom struggle were granted tamra patras placing on record the part played by them in the country's freedom struggle.

(Source : District Gazetter)


 

Geography

Location, Boundaries

The district lies between Lattitude 2507'N & 260 7' N. and Longitude 79017'E & 80021'E including Mahoba district. Hamirpur is bounded by districts Jalaun (Orai), Kanpur and Fatehpur in north, Banda in east, Mahoba in south and Districts of Jhansi and Jalaun on the West.

Area

According to the Central Statistical Organisation the district covers 4,121.9 sq. km.

Hills

In the south numerous outcrops of gneiss rocks, tending to cluster into low ranges. surrounded by uneven broken tracts and covered for the most part with stunted jungle are succeeded by a more level tract in which the hills grow sparser. Now approximately all hill area have come under newly created district-Mahobha.

Rivers


Yamuna : This river forms noth boundry of the district. The river first touches the district at the vilage Haraulipur in tehsil Hamirpur, where it forms a sudden loop. Flowing then east to Jamrehi Tir, it curves abruptly south to Sikrohi and then continues south-east part Hamirpur to Baragaon where the Betwa joins it.Its length in Hamirpur district is approximately 56 km. Betwa : This river flows along the north-western border of the District from the point where the Dhasan joins it to the village of Kuprat separating tehsil Rath from district Jalaun. It enters the district near the village of Beri and flows separating tehsils Rath and Maudaha from tehsil Hamirpur. Its length in Hamirpur district is approximately 65 km. Other rivers lying in the district are Dhasaan, Barma, Ken, Chndraval and Pandwaha. These rivers are used for irrigation purpose. A dam named Swami Bramhananad Dam (Moudaha Dam) has been constructed on the river Barma.

Seismicity

No earthquake has been observed in the district during last 200 years. The district has, however experienced on a few occasions earthquakes originating in the Himalayan boundary fault zone., Moradabad fault and Narmada Tapti fault zones.

Climate

The Climate of the district is characterised by an intensely hot summer, a pleasant cold season . The summer season from March to about middle of June is followed by the south-west monsoon season from mid-June to the end of September. October and first half of November consititute the post-monsoon period. The cold season is from mid-November to February.

Temperature

May and the begining of June are generally the hottest period of the year and maximum temperature in May is about 43º C and minimum about 28ºC. The heat during the summer is intense.The maximum temperature on individual days sometimes reaches 45ºC or more. During Cold season minimum temperature sometimes drops down to about 2 or 3ºC.

(Source - District Gazetter)


 

Agriculture

Land & Soil

The soils consist of the well known bundelkhand varieties, Mar, Kabar, Parua and Rakar. Mar is often called black cottor soil. Its varies greatly in colour. It contains small lumps of kankar. Kabar range from a rich dark black to light brown. Its chief characteristics is its extreme adhesiveness, which causes it to quickly dry and cake in to hard blocks. Parua is a light coloured sandy soil, found in many forms. It is usually less rich in organic matter, but its finer texture makes it more responsive to manure and irrigation. Raker is refuse soil which occurs on sloping ground, where the action of water has tended to denude the earth of all its better qualities.

Land Use Pattern

 

Category

Area in Heatare

Percentage Area

Total Reporting area

415948

100

Area under forest

23520

5.6

Non Agricultural Area

31094

7.4

Net Sown Area

324935

78.1

 

lrrigation


Only 27.7% land are irrigated land in hamirpur. The distribution of area of land irrigated by different sources of irrigation are as under. Canals are the main source of irrigation and are constructed by the different rivers like Yamuna, Betwa, Dashan, Barma, Ken, Chandrawal and Pandwaha.

 

Sources

Area Irrigated (Hectare)

Percentage Area

Canal

24920

28.7

Tubewells

34049

39.2

Wells

22805

26.3

Ponds

539

0.6

Other Sources

4561

5.2

Total

93302

100.0

 

Crops

There are three harvests, the autumn or Kharif have usually known as siyari, and the spring or Rabi as Unhari. The Ziad or extra harvest is insignificabt in this area. Gram, Wheat, Barley, Peas, Arhar and Masoor are the main crops of Rabi. Jwar, Rice, Bajra, Urd, Moong and Moth are the main crops of Kharif. Melon, water-melon, bitter guard, pumpkin are the main crops of Zaid

 

Crop

Area Sown (Hectare)

Percentage Area

Gram

93974

26.5

Wheat

83658

23.6

Masoor

58208

16.4

Jwar

36657

10.3

Urd

23318

6.6

Pea

19558

5.5

Tilhan

15657

4.4

Arhar

12995

3.7

Others

10740

3.0

 

(Source : Sankhikiya Patrika )


 

Freedom Fighters

On the eve of the outbreak of 1857, the district was in the charge of T.K. Lloyd; while in the Civil Lines the military force consisted of a detachment of the 56th Native Infantry whose headquarters were at Kanpur.

Early in June, 1857 the villagers of Ramari manifested a yearning for freedom before the actual struggle of the outbreak on the 13th of June 1857. On that day the guard at the treasury revolted and made for the house of the collector, while some freedom fighters released the prisoners at the jail. The Europeans who could, escaped while others were killed. Lloyd (collector) and Grant (joint magistrate) hid themselves in some caster-oil fields and swam down with the current of the river to the junction of the Betwa and the Yamuna, 5 km. below the town of Hamirpur. Alhirs discovered Loyd's place of concealment and reported it to the freedom fighters who captured Llyod and Grant and escorted them back to the cutcherry compound, where they were shot.

Due to contribution of freedom fighters, Hamirpur had proud of being of independent during 13th June 1857 to 24th may 1858.

On the occasion of celebration of Silver Jubilee year of Independence in 1973, 323 persons of district, who had taken part in India's freedom struggle were granted tamra patras placing on record the part played by them in the countrys freedom struggle.

Prominent freedom fighters of the district

  • Swami Bramhanand
  • Diwan Shatrughan Singh
  • Rani Rajendra Kumari
  • Shripat Sahay Rawat (Shri Bhai)
  • Ram Gopal Gupta
  • Pt. Manni Lal Gurudev
  • Pt. Surendra Dutt Bajpai
  • Pt. Radhey Shyam Mishra


 

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Complaint ID HMR000000333
Name श्रीमती शांति पत्नी हजारीलाल उर्फ होरीलाल
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Date of Complaint 06/10/2015
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Complaint Description सेवा में, श्रीमान् महोदय, निवेदन है कि प्रार्थिया ग्राम पहाड़ीगढ़ी थाना राठ जिला हमीरपुर की निवासिनी हैै। प्रार्थिया आज दिनंाक 06.10.2015 को समय करीब 10.30 बजे प्रार्थिया अपने पति के साथ राठ बाजार करने हेतु आ रही थी। इसी बीच उमाशंकर के दरवाजे के पास मेरे पति को उक्त लोग रतन सिंह पुत्र नारायन लोधी, व देवेन्द्र पुत्र मानसिंह लोधी ने रोक लिया और बोले कि हमें चावल लेना है तो प्रार्थिया के पति ने कहा कि आप लोग कोटे पर आओ वहीं चावल मिलेंगे तो उक्त बोले कि साले चमरा तू यहीं चावल मंगा। हम यहीं से लेकर जायेंगे इतने में ही उक्त उग्र लोग गाली-गलौज करने लगे व वहीं पर प्रार्थिया व प्रार्थिया के पति (कोटेदार) को जूता चप्पलों से मारने लगे और बोले कि साले चमरा सुधर जाओ। तब प्रार्थिया ने उक्त की बातों का विरोध किया तो उक्त लोग रतन सिंह पुत्र नारायन लोधी, व देवेन्द्र पुत्र मानसिंह लोधी मुझे व मेरे पति को जूता व चप्पलों से मारने लगे और मेरे रोके जाने पर मुझे भी पीटा। जिसे गांव के रामाधीन पुत्र मातादीन, रामस्वरूप पुत्र अमरजू, संजू पुत्र रामनारायण, मूलचन्द्र पुत्र रामस्वरूप ने बीच - बचाव किया। लेकिन जाते वक्त उक्त दबंग कह रहे थे कि यदि इसकी शिकायत कहीं की तो जान से मार देंगे एवं अनुसूचित जाति की गालियां दे रहे थे। अतः श्रीमान्जी से प्रार्थना है कि संदर्भित प्रकरण को संज्ञान में लेकर कठोर कार्यवाही करते हुये सुसंगत धाराओं में अभियोग पंजीकृत कराने की कृपा करें। श्रीमान्जी की महान दया होगी। दिनंाक प्रार्थिया श्रीमती शांति पत्नी हजारीलाल उर्फ होरीलाल निवासी ग्राम पहाड़ीगढ़ी थाना राठ जिला हमीरपुर 7607980897
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