Sambhal (Bheem Nagar)


Sambal has a rich history and was inhabited by several rulers and emperors. From Lodi to the Mughal Empire, from the 5th to 16th centuries BC, it was under the control of one or another emperor. The district was advertised on September 28, 2011 and was created by the state government on July 23, 2012. The state government has decided to name the new district "Bhimnagar" in honor of social reformer Bhimrao Ambedkar. However, in the rural areas adjacent to the city of Sambal, large-scale protests have taken place against attempts to rename the ancient city. 

Famous for

Sambal also has the famous Kalki Vishnu Mandir, at the entrance of which is written "Plachen Sri Kalki Vishnu Mandir" which means the ancient Vishnu temple.


The area of ​​ Saharanpur is 2453km2.


The Sambal has a total of three subdistricts.


There are 391 villages in the Sambal district.


There are a total of two cities in the Sambal district.

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