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Punjab
Sangrur is a city in the Indian state of Punjab, India. It is the headquarters of the Sangrur district. It is located at the intersection of the roads connecting Delhi with Ludhiana and Patiala with Bathinda, at a distance of 80 km from Ludhiana and 48 km from Patiala. The Ludhiana-Jakhal railway line passes through it. The Sangrur district is predominantly rural area in the southern part of Punjab.
History
The earliest settlement at the site of Sangrur is believed to have begun around 2,300 B.C. Attracted by the fertile soil and availability of water, people from Sindh and Balochistan started moving and following the path of the Satluj or the Ghagger settled at Rohira. They started living in thatched huts on the virgin soil, before long they started building houses of sub-dried bricks. By about 2,000 B.C, a new set of people is believed to have settled at the site. Their pottery was more Surdy and their equipment superior. The houses were well laid out and were fairly spacious. Sangrur is said to have been founded by one Sanghu, a Jatt, about four hundred years back The district of Sangrur was formed in 1948.
Geography
Sangrur is located at 30.23°N 75.83°E30.23; 75.83. It has an average elevation of 232 metres (761 feet).
Demographics
As of 2001 India census, Sangrur had a population of 78,717. Males constitute 54% of the population and females 46%. Sangrur has an average literacy rate of 72%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 75%, and female literacy is 68%. In Sangrur, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age. Area is 5021 km.
Notable people of Sangrur
· Two of the chief ministers of Indian Punjab hailed from Sangrur, as did one chief minister of the former state of Patiala and East Punjab States Union (PEPSU).. The two Punjab Chief Ministers were Surjit Singh Barnala and Rajinder Kaur Bhathal. Late Lala Brish Bhan was the chief minister of PEPSU.
· Udham Singh (Punjabi: ਉਧਮ ਸਿੰਘ, ادھم سنگھہ Hindi: उधम सिंह्; 26 December 1899 – 31 July 1940), born Sher Singh was an Indian independence activist, best known for assassinating Michael O'Dwyer in March 1940 in what has been described as an avengement of the Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre.
· the city has a huge number of artists which includes Ali Akbar-the music director,Bhupinder Mann-a prominent Punjabi folk singer,Pargat singh-the lyricist and many more.
Tourist information
Sangrur has a few places of some historical or religious importance including Gurudwaras and Hindu Temples. A well planned Banasar(Bagh)Garden in the north of the city with an attractive marble Baradari(Building which has 12 doors)is a popular picnic spot. It also has a small zoo which is closed now. War Heroz stadium is also situated adjoining Banasar Bagh. Hockey, Athletics, Boxing etc etc played by young persons and government provide sports coaches for the training of these young and growing-up Youth of City Sangrur.
The weather in Sangrur is dry and hot in summers lasting from early March to July. Moonsoon Rains start around early to mid July and last through August and end in September. It becomes tooo cold in December,January and February. Best time to visit Sangrur is January to March, as this time climate is too pleasant. Along with this you can enjoy festival like Lohri and Basant (Kites Festival).The climate of the district is on the whole dry and is characterized by a short monsoon, a hot summer and a bracing cold winter. The year may be divided into four seasons. The cold season from November to March is followed by the hot season lasting up to the end of June. The period from July to mid-September constitutes the rainy season, of south-west monsoon, the second half of September and October may be termed the post-monsoon or transition period. BSNL Park is also one of the main attraction in Sangrur
Education in Sangrur
The city and surroundings provide a good educational institutions, some of which are:
· Adarsh Model High School, Near Old Sabji Mandi, Sangrur. This school is the Number 1 School in its times. The Principal of the school was Sh. Data Ram Sharma (Sh. D.R.Sharma)who was retired as DEO in Punjab Government, after retirement he joined this school as principal and the school became the Top of the school of the Sangrur.
· Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology (SLIET)
· Akal Degree College, Mastuana
· Akal Degree College (For Women), Near District Courts, sangrur.
· Bhai Gurdas Institute of Engineering & Technology
· Government Ranbir College, Sangrur
· Vasant Valley Public School ,Ladda
· Bachpan English School, Sangrur
· R.S. (Radha Swami) Model School, "known as Mohran Wala School" Sunami Gate, Sangrur.
· Robin Model High School, Dhuri(Sangrur)www.robinmodelschool.com
· Sangrur Public School, Mangwal
· La Foundation School, Sangrur
· Golden Earth Global School
· GGS Public School Sangrur
· Army School Sangrur
· Holy Heart Convent School, Mangwal, Sangrur
· Arora Commerce Coaching Centre, Sangrur
· National Institute of Nursing, Sangrur
· Prem sabha shishu niketan high school, sangrur (since 1965)
· Prem sabha national high school, Sangrur (since 1965)
· Prem Sabha senior secondary school (since 1965)
· Little Flower Convent School (since 2002)
· Gateway Solutions, Computer/IT Education
· Everest Public school(Bhindrain) (by Baljeet
· Desh Bhagat Polytechnic College (Bardwal)(By GJS & IPS) [Harpreet's college]
· Videa Sagar Polytechnic College Dhuri[Honey's college]