Chapra History

Finding a story as engrossing and intriguing as Chapra's would be hard. In the country's ancient, medieval and contemporary times, the city has somehow managed to discover itself of excellent importance. It is thought that the name Chhapra is interpreted in two distinct ways. It implies "chah" (6) "para" (kos, a range unit) according to the first definition. Chhapra is believed to be known as 6 "kos" from the north, east and west of the rivers Ghagra and Ganga. Another is a profoundly philosophical interpretation. It comes from the need to "para" or "keep" the "chah," 6 poor qualities — Kama (lust), Krodha (anger), Lobh (greed), Moha (mental attachments), Ahankara (ubris), and Matsarya (envy, jealousy).

Chapra History, history of chapra saran

Chapra's Ancient History

It is said that the city has been part of Kosala's ancient kingdom. It is referenced in the ninth century historical records with a reference to Dighwa Dubauli village. Apparently, during the reign of the renowned ancient king Mahendra Paladev, this village actually provided a copper plate. Referring to the renowned Mahabharata Guru Dronacharya, whose cottage is located in the region, it finds a mention again.

Chapra jila :- There are many lovely temples and religious sites in Chhapra, all dating back to ancient times. Ambika Bhavani's temple is said to contain the' yagna kund' of King Daksha, Goddess Sati's dad. It is said that when her husband Lord Shiva was humiliated by the king, the goddess was so angry that she jumped into the same kund of yagna. Chapra was also the site of the hermitage of Rishi Gautam, according to the texts. His wrath became a stone for his wife Ahilya. She only returned to her human form when Lord Rama accidentally rested on her foot. Ashoka Pillar is only 33 kilometers from Chhapra and testifies to the region's impact of Mauryan rule. In the Chhapra Museum, ancient bones discovered in Chirand close Chhapra were put. Also popular in this region is King Maurayadhwaj, who was willing to sacrifice his only child to Vaman Avatar Lord Vishnu.

Chapra's Medieval History

Interestingly, Chapra jila finds anther mention in the authoritative text' Ain-i-Akbari' during the 16th century. This text is regarded as the most significant and genuine account of the excellent Mughal emperor Jalal-u-din Akbar's reign. Bihar was then split into six sarkars or divisions of income. One of these provinces of income was Chhapra. This was also the start of the region's saltpetre sector

Modern Times Chapra

By the time the Mughal period came to an end, Bihar had 8 provinces of revenue. When, in the 18th century, the British East India Company lastly managed to take ownership of the wealthy province, Chhapra had become the country's very well-known river mart. In this era, a lot of trade and trade flourished. Chhapra (Saran) was then merged by the British with another Champaran district making it quite big. By the mid-19th century this region was merged for administrative reasons into the even bigger Patna Division. Champaran was proclaimed independent a few decades later in 1866. In 1908, Chhapra and Tirhut were combined. Several decades after India gained independence, the administrative division was reconstructed again. Finally, in 1972, with its headquarters in the town, Chhapra became a distinct division by itself.

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