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Barnala is a city in the state of Punjab of India. City barnala is the headquarters of the district Barnala, which was formed in 2006. Before forming the district Barnala, this city was located in Sangrur district. It is situated near Bhatinda.


1. History. (История)

Sikh historian Giani has recorded the details of the creation of Barnala in the annals of Khalsa in this manner that in the year 1775 Baba Ala Singh after placing Bhadaur king Padhar Sain brother Duna Singh came to Barnala region which was lying aloof at that time. By installing it, he made it his capital and took under his control surrounding villages. It also seemed that Anahadgarh can be pre-existing and should have been deserted after the attack Dharvis.

There are different opinions about the item Barnala. Some believe Vaaran being a region because of frequent storms at that time also called Varna. So Barnala was called a Land of too many storms, which later became Barnala because of the precision example. Another point of view shows that the Fort is considered to be built by Baba Ala Singh in which there was Baahuli’ well, which is already down the stairs. It is also because of the precision and Malwai accent was known as Baain’. Thus Baain shaft eventually became Barnala. Thus, these different views, but not historical details, like the name Barnala came into existence. Barnala was named after Baba Ala Singh. Baba Ala Singh left Bhadaur with his elder brother the native state of Patiala and settled at Barnala and conquered many areas with the help of his brothers the Bhadaur sardars. Although it was a district headquarters in the former princely state, it was later merged in PEPSU Patiala and the Union of the States of Punjab and degraded as sub divisional headquarters.

There is a stone "Rameswaram stone" in NAT shaft Dera village Handiaya Barnala related with that floating in the water.


2. Demographics. (Демография)

According to preliminary data Barnala the 2011 census the population 116.449, of which the men were 62.554 and women were 53.895. The literacy rate was 79.59 per cent. Barnala-Sikh majority city with approximately 50.37% of the urban population following Sikhism.


3. Economy. (Экономика)

TridentGroup formerly known as Abhishek industries, heads of Rajinder Mr. Gupta. The group operates in five major business segments: yarn, Terry towels, paper, chemicals and electricity production. Trident is one of the largest yarn spinners in India one of the worlds largest Terry towel manufacturers and the worlds largest wheat straw based paper manufacturer.

IOL chemicals and pharmaceuticals IOLCP is the leading manufacturer of organic chemical substances and the supplier.

Standard joint with headquarters in Barnala, in various products like, thresher, self-propelled combine, tractor driven combine harvester, Rotavator with seed drill, maize self harvester. The company is also exporting its 4x4 harvester combine & track combine to Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh.

With Balkar combines headquartered in barnala, the company is in various products like, thresher, self-propelled combine, tractor driven combine harvester, Rotavator with seed drill, maize self harvester. The company is also exporting its 4x4 harvester combine to Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh.

Vedic formulation Pvt LTD Ayurvedic medicine manufacturer GMP certified unit.Ayurveda Punjab.In Chandigarh based well known company has its own factory for production of road of Sanger, Barnala.

Barnala, mainly acts as a market for surrounding villages, including Hamidi. as well as developing as a market town.


4. Famous residents. (Знаменитые жители)

  • Karam Singh, a soldier who was the first living recipient of param VIR chakra.
  • Surjit Singh Barnala in - a politician, who served as chief Minister of Punjab.
  • RAM Sarup Ankhi - Punjabi writer, novelist and poet.

5. Educational Institutions. (Учебные Заведения)

The list of schools in Barnala:-


  • Takshila public school. (Государственная школа Takshila)
  • Little Angel Play In The Direction Of The School.
  • Gurpreet Holy Heart Public School.
  • Sacred Heart School At The Monastery.
  • Spring Dale Playway School.
  • Kendriya of air force Station Vidyalaya.
  • A School Teacher Mom.
  • Aryabhatta International School. (Международная Школа Aryabhatta)
  • Public School For Girls.
  • B. Public School G. S.
  • Academy With Duplicate Audio.
  • S. J. Public School.
  • High School Arya Gandhi.
  • BVM international school. (Международная школа БВМ)
  • Public School For Boys.
  • Sarvhitkari Senior Secondary School.
  • Dayanand Kendriya Vidya Mandir.
  • Sacred Heart convent high school.

Educational Institutions:

  • Guru Gobind Singh College Sanghera.
  • L. B. Arya Mahila College.
  • Guru Nanak Dev Institute Of Nursing.
  • Aryabhatta group of institutions.
  • Sacred heart international College of education.
  • M. P. patwar training centre.
  • S. D. College. (С. Д. Колледж)
  • Polytechnic College Barnala. (Политехнический Колледж Барнала)
  • Akal Polytechnic College. (Акал Политехнический Колледж)
  • University College Barnala. (Университетский Колледж Барнала)
  • Guru Gobind Singh College of education.
  • Dashmesh Institute of management and technology.
  • Technical Education College Handiaya.
  • Guru Arjun dev College of management and technology.
  • Government Industrial Training Institute.
  • Institute of computer Baba Farid Sciences and information technologies.
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