Barnala District Map - File Information
|Map Name||Barnala District Map|
|WEBP Size||0.13 MB|
|PDF Size||0.23 MB|
|JPG Size||0.23 MB|
|PNG Size||1.43 MB|
|No. of Pages in PDF||1|
|Image Height||1547 Pixels|
|Image Width||1400 Pixels|
|Official Source / Credits||districts.ecourts.gov.in|
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Barnala District Map - Summary
If you want to download the Barnala district map of the Punjab state in pdf, jpg, png, and some other formats, then you are in the right place we are providing the Barnala district map that you can easily download from here.
Barnala district is one of the 23 districts of the Punjab state in India, Barnala became a district on 19 November 2006.
The Barnala district has two sub-divisions Barnala and Tapa, three sub-tehsils Tapa, Bhadaur, Dhanaula, and three blocks Barnala, Sehna, and Mehal Kalan.
Barnala was named after Baba Ala Singh, who was a Misl Jathedar of Phulkian Misl. At one time Barnala was a part of Patiala territory which was set up by Baba Ala Singh in 1719.
He moreover laid the establishment of Patiala two hundred fifty-two years ago. The place has been purified by the visit of Guru Teg Bahadur ji, the ninth Sikh Guru. Gurudwara Patshahi Naumi stands in the very place where Guruji used to think amid his remaining at Sekha.
It is found on Barnala Road to the west of the village. This map helps to know more about the Barnala district in detail, also you can save this map for later.
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