Harda

Harda

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<!-- See WikiProject Indian cities for details -->Harda is a town and a municipality in Harda district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Harda is the administrative headquarters of Harda District.During the 'Mughal' rule a prosperous village Handiya was situated west of Harda.

The British tried to bring a progressive frame work to Harda during its rule. Harda was formed by combining Kul Harda and Mehmudabad Villages.

After the railway lines were laid the conditions improved, and the area developed. In 1857 British officers worked here as judges and administrative Officers.

Harda was one of the largest places in the old 'Madhya Prant' and includes area of 'Siwni Malwa.' The Harda language and culture is influenced by 'Malwa' and 'Nimad'. The main language used in Harda is known as Bhuani, and the region is known as the Bhuana area. Bhuana stands for the more fertilized land.

In the southern hill regions of Harda we can find the Tribal, 'Gond' and 'Korku' people. The south region of Harda was under 'Makdae' rule and the 'Gond' king was the ruler. The 'Bihola' village of harda was the developed 'Rajaswa' center in the Mughal empire.The area which was called as 'Gondwana' became non-tribal during the British rule, as the workers, administration officials, farmers and business community was in touch with the states like Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat for a 150 years the area got influenced by the culture of these states.On 18 May 1867 British...
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