About Tijara

Tijara is a city and a municipality in Alwar district of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Tiara comes under the NCR area and situated 48 km to the northeast of Alwar. The nearest railway station to Tijara is Khairthal. Bhiwadi is a census town in Tijara Tehsil. Also Tijara is the biggest industrial area of Rajasthan and part of the historical Mewat region. Tijara is dominated by Meo Muslim community and other several Hindu communities. The name Tijara was derived from "Raja Tejpal" descendent of Anangpal Tomar. The Tomars are the desecendent of Raja Tejpal. The mention of Tijara is found in the book, "Mirat ul Masaud", which relates how Saiyad Ibrahim Mashhadi Barah Hazari (died 421 AH / 1030 CE), teacher of Ghazi Saiyyad Salar Masud and an officer of Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni, in A.H. 420 ( 1030 CE) attacked Dhundgarh near Rewari, the Raja of which fled to his kinsman Rao Tej Pal Ahir of Rewari. The latter, in a night attack, killed Saiyad Ibrahim, but his disciple Ghazi Saiyyad Salar Masud compelled Tej Pal to flee to Tijara, where, in a battle, three relatives of Salar were killed. The tombs of some associates of Syed Mohammad Dost (Nana Barah Hazari), Rukn Alam Shaheed, Roshan Shaheed and Bhakan Shaheed in and around the town of Tijara are now places of pilgrimage

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Tijara Old Fort

The Tijara Fort, started in early 19th century by Maharaja Balwant Singh was never completed until 13 years later when the Maharaja passed away in 1845. Unsuccessful attempts by his descendants and the stifling rule of the Britishers meant that the fort fell into ruins. The fort was never restored and lived in until recent times. After the government’s auction of the property, the Tijara Fort was discovered to have three standing structures. The Massive Hawa Mahal which was a common meeting place, the bold Mardana Mahal with thick walls and a combination of Afghan and Rajput architecture while the Rani Mahal lay unfinished. After a decade of work, the dilapidated ruins had been transformed into something majestic.

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