Tuesday, July 13, 2010

X-DISTRICT ANANTNAG



CHAPTER – X
DISTRICT ANANTNAG


10.1 Situated 55 Kms of south-east of Srinagar, Anantnag District lies between 30°-30′ to 34°-15′ north latitude and approximately 70° to 75° east longitude. Having an area of 76,140 hects, as per revenue papers, the district is contiguous to District Pulwama in the north-west and District Srinagar in the north. The District is bounded in the east by Districts of Doda as well as Kishtwar while District Kulgam falls on its west and Kargil on its north east.


10.2 The District acquires the name from its main town, which during the Hindu Rule was named after the spring situated within it. The town had gained significance during Auranzeb’s time when his governor Islam Khan laid out a garden here for the Mughal Emperor and the place was named after him as “Islam-abad”. Subsequently during the Dogra Rule Maharaja Gulab Singh re-christened the town as Anantnag. Although the town is officially called Anantnag but publicly this town is still commonly called by both the names.


10.3 Anantnag as Wazarat head quarter, dating far back, has been one of the administrative divisions since 1872. In 1892 Srinagar was even made part of Wazarat Anantnag.

After 1947 the nomenclature of “Wazarat”was changed and re-designated as “District”. In 1951 Srinagar District was created as an independent entity carved out of Anantnag and Baramulla Districts.


10.4 The National Highway 1-A, which is the main overland approach to the valley connecting Jammu with Srinagar passes through the District immediately after crossing the famous Jawahar Tunnel “The Gateway of Kashmir” across the Pir Panjal mountainous range. The District with better location and developed infrastructure has by virtue of its internal road network easy accessibility almost to all the places within the District.


10.5 The District is famous for its springs, health resorts and places of religious importance and of historical significance. Anantnag has an abundance of springs which is locally called “Nag”. Verinag – 26 kms from Anantnag emanating from the foothills of pine forests is the main source of the major river of the valley the “Jehlum”. Kokernag the well known sweet water spring with trout hatcheries, Achabal spring surrounded by beautiful garden laid out during the Mughal period, and Martand (Mattan) spring with religious significance are the places of tourist attraction.


Situated at a height of 2195 meters above sea level, Pahalgam is the premier summer resort besides being the starting point for the pilgrims to Amarnath cave located at an altitude of 3963 meters above sea level. The majestic Martand temple situated at a distance of 5 Kms from Anantnag is one of the important archaeological sites of the country.


10.6 Agriculture is the mainstay of about 80% of population. On account of fertile lands with better productivity, the District is known as “Granary of Kashmir”. The lower part of the District is flood prone. In the higher reaches there is dry and fresh fruit-culture. Breng area of the district enjoys the monopoly in the production of quality walnut while Shahabad is known for production of quality apple.


10.7 Government order no. 947/GAD of 2006 dated 31st July 2006 sanctioned the creation of new administrative units creating Kulgam District out of the existing Anantnag District. In connection with the fixing of geographical boundaries between the Districts of Kulgam and Anantnag various suggestions were put forth by cross section of people. The matter was discussed with the District administration for knowing their view point. The Committee visited different areas of these Districts for making an on spot assessment.


The suggestions/demands presented to the Committee are summed up as under:-
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i. It was suggested to consider the National Highway-1A as the dividing line between the districts of Anantnag and Kulgam beyond Wanpoh upto Vessu. The Committee accompanied by the administrative machinery had an occasion of visiting the area. The proposed suggestion involves the transfer of three villages namely Nowatoo, Chirhamma and Lalipora- Malpora from Halqa Larm-Gangipora as well as four villages viz Neerpora, Furrah, Zudder and Bumthan of Halqa Neepora (total seven villages) from Kulgam Tehsil to Anantnag Tehsil. 


All the seven villages which are presently part of Kulgam Tehsil fall on the left side of National Highway while approaching from Srinagar in the strip between Wanpoh and Vessu. The residents of these villages forcefully demanded for the inclusion of these villages in Tehsil Anantnag on the ground of being situated near the town Anantnag with easy road connectivity.


ii. During the visit of Committee the residents of Larm-Gangipora also
represented for the transfer of their village to Tehsil Anantnag on the
grounds of their, nearness and easy connectivity with Anantnag. Within
this strip of National Highway village Larm-Gangipora is situated on both
sides of the road. Deputations from some of the villages falling on the
right side of national highway also represented for the inclusion of their
villages in Tehsil Anantnag.


iii. Further, it was suggested to exclude six villages namely Mandhole,
Yarhole-Babapora, Chandan-Pajan, Bonigam, Nawa and Baihamma of
Tehsil Dooru for their inclusion in Tehsil Kulgam. All these villages fall
on the right side of National Highway beyond village Vessu towards
Qazigund and are presently part of Qazigund Niabat. On the visit of
Committee some of the villages also desired for their inclusion in Kulgam
Tehsil for the sake of public convenience as Tehsil Dooru is far away to
them than Kulgam.


iv. Various deputations as well as respectables of C.D.Block Qazigund
represented for the creation of Tehsil at Qazigund. Although the creation
of new administrative unit like Tehsil Qazigund has not been within the
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scope of the Committee, the deputationists and the respectables from
Qazigund area inter-alia opposed any sort of alteration, inclusion or
exclusion of area in respect of the existing position or rearrangement of
the villages of their niabat or block since they apprehend, that such a move
would jeopardize the prospects of their claims for tehsil.


10.8 Considering the above suggestions, the representations, the views expressed by
District administration, the interaction held with various sections of people followed by
the spot visits, the Committee makes the following recommendations:-


i. From the view point of public and administrative convenience the
committee recommends the transfer of seven villages namely Nowatoo,
Chirhamma, Lalipora-Malpora, Neepora, Furrah, Zudder and Bum-than
with an approximate population of 10,272 souls (as per census 2001)
having an area of about 971 Hect from Tehsil Kulgam to Tehsil
Anantnag. All these villages fall on the left side of National Highway in its
strip from Wanpoh to Vessu.


ii. Village Larm-Gangipora with a population of 3,859 souls (as per census
2001) and area of 244 Hect is presently part of Kulgam Tehsil and falls on
both sides of the National Highway. Basically Larm-Gangipora is one and
the same village. Part of this village falling on the left side of National
Highway is known as Larm and the part on the right side is called
Gangipora. While the population of Gangipora is comparatively higher
than Larm but the area wise position is vice-vessa. Since it is not prudent
to divide a village; so the Committee recommends the transfer of village
Larm-Gangipora to Tehsil Anantnag from Tehsil Kulgam.


iii. Consequent up on the above discussed changes shown under sub-paras (i)
& (ii) above in respect of four villages namely Nowatoo, Chirhamma,
Lalipora Malpora and Larm-Gangipora of erstwhile Halqa Larm-
Gangipora and in respect of four villages namely Neepora, Furrah, Zudder
and Bumthan of erstwhile Halqa of Neepora (total eight villages) it is
proposed by the Committee that the competent authority in the Revenue
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department may take necessary action for the re-organization of these
villages for the purposes of determining/formation of Patwar Halqa/Halqas
within Tehsil Anantnag.


iv. Accordingly, the Committee also proposes the competent Revenue
authorities to take action regarding the re-organization of left out villages
of erstwhile Halqas Neepora and Larm-Gangipora still continuing with
Tehsil Kulgam for the purposes of formation of Halqa/Halqas. The left out
villages are Khudwani, Bagh Khudwani, Bagh Wanpoh, Mughal Bagh,
Khrewan Lassipora and Bagh Sekloo of erstwhile Halqa Larm-Gangipora
and Nowgam, Akhran and Palpora of erstwhile Halqa Neepora.


v. On the same considerations as mentioned in sub-para (i), above the
Committee recommends the transfer of six villages falling on the right side
of National Highway within its road strip beyond Vessu towards Qazigund
from Tehsil Dooru to Tehsil Kulgam. Villages to be transferred are village
Mandhol and Chandan Pajan of Halqa Vessu with a population of 4058
souls (as per census 2001) and 285 Hects of area as well as transfer of
villages Yarhoh Baba pora, Nawa, Baihama and Bonigam of Halqa Nassu
Badragund with 4821 persons (as per census of 2001) and an area of 357.5
Hects from Tehsil Dooru to Tehsil Kulgam.


vi. Committee proposes the competent authority in the Revenue department to
take action regarding the re-organization of six villages transferred to
Kulgam Tehsil for the determination of their Halqa/ Halqas.


vii. Like wise the Committee also proposes the competent authority in the
Revenue Department to take action regarding the re-organization of left
out villages of Halqa Vessu and Nassu within Tehsil Dooru for their
Halqabandi.


10.9 The Committee feels that the change affected vide Govt. Order No. Rev(s)
134 of 2002 of x-7-2002 regarding the transfer of 27 villages from Kulgam Tehsil to
Tehsil Bijbehara (17 villages) and Anantnag (10 villages) being feasible from the view
point of public convenience need not be disturbed.
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However, the anomaly in respect of the jurisdiction of Niab Tehsildar
Arwani simultaneously exercising powers and control over 17 villages of Tehsil
Bijbehara as well as on 10 villages of Tehsil Kulgam merits rectification.


10.10 With the creation of Tehsil Kokernag the number of Tehsils in District
Anantnag has risen to six namely Anantnag. Bijbehara, Dooru, Kokernag Shangus and
Pahalgam. The District comprises 94 Patwar Halqas with 393 villages. There are six C.D.
Blocks having 158 Panchayats. The total population of the District is of the order of 7.37
lac souls (as per 2001 census). Tehsil Anantnag is thickly populated while compared to
other Tehsils. Total area of the reorganized district would be 76,710.5 Hects.


10.11 The Halqa wise and village wise details for District Anantnag are given at
Appendix X-1 and map of the district is at Appendix X-2.


TEHSIL KOKARNAG (DISTRICT ANANTNAG)


10.12 Named after the famous place of tourist interest, the newly created Tehsil
Kokernag is touching Tehsil Chatroo of District Kishtwar on its east with the ridge of
Margan top as the dividing line and has Tehsil Anantnag on its west and north-western
side. It is flanked by Tehsils Dooru and Shangus on its southern and northern sides,
respectively. With the creation of Tehsil Kokernag the strength of Tehsils in District
Anantnag has risen to six.


10.13 Tehsil Kokernag with the hilly terrain and being surrounded on three sides by
mountains with forest vegetation is in the shape of a small valley. Almost this whole belt
is also known as “Breng” which owes its name to “Breng Nallah” rising in the Pir Panjal
range and after traversing, irrigating as well as draining the whole area merges with the
river Jehlum as a right bank tributary. Likewise the C.D. Block of this area for 32
Panchayats comprising 44 villages, as a basic unit of development, is named as “Breng
Block”, though the block office is also at Kokernag. During the Mughal period “Breng”
was one of Parganas of Anantnag. This area known for its tourist resorts, like Duksum
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and Kokernag, has considerable potential for development. The commissioning of an
alternate route to Kishtwar from Srinagar via Kokernag has added to its prominence.


10.14 In connection with determination of the geographical limits of Tehsil Kokernag
various deputations as well as public representatives have contacted the committee with
their demands and suggestions. Also on the eve of its visit the committee had occasion to
have an interaction with the people. The subject matter was discussed with the District
Administration for knowing their view point. Main demands/ suggestions put forth and
the Committee’s recommendations therefore are as under:-
i. On the basis of public convenience, nearness and greater contacts with
Kokernag; the respectables of Halqa Vio-bemdoora repeatedly and
forcefully pleaded for the transfer of six villages of this Halqa to Tehsil
Kokernag from Tehsil Dooru. Substantiating their plea they even quoted
the case of territorial jurisdiction of C.D. Block Breng over these six
villages. The said demand had been supported by the Wazir Commission
also in its report as back as 1983.


Accordingly, in view of above, coupled with the topography and
location of the area, the committee recommends the transfer of Halqa Viabemdaroo
comprising six villages namely Via-bemdaroo, Lisser
Chowalgam, Rakh Lisser, Gee bou, Utterhall and Takya Ahmad Shah
from Tehsil Dooru to Tehsil Kokernag. Consequent upon the above and
on the basis of contiguity, the proposed Halqa is recommended to be part
of Niabat Sagam Tehsil Kokernag.


ii. For the exclusion or continuance of Halqa Akingam with Tehsil Kokernag
there were divergent suggestions. On the basis of being part of Niabat
Sagam (Kokernag) it was demanded by some people to continue this
Halqa as constituent of Tehsil Kokernag while on the contrary on account
of its being part of C.D. Block Achabal, it was suggested to allow the said
Halqa to be a part of Tehsil Anantnag. During the interaction even some
people maintained that it is immaterial for this Halqa to be either part of
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Kokernag or that of Anantnag as both these headquarters are equidistant
from this Halqa.
Halqa Akingam with a population of about 9423 souls
comprising six villages is equidistant from Anantnag and Kokernag with
easy accessibility from both sides and is situated enroute the Anantnag–
Kokernag road. This Halqa is part of Niabat Sagam (Kokernag) and comes
within the C.D.Block Achabal but falls within the territorial jurisdiction of
Munsif Vailoo not- withstanding the fact that the subordinate courts at
Anantnag are nearer to this Halqa than Vailoo. Even after the Tehsil
Kokernag having been carved out of the erstwhile Tehsil Anantnag the
strength of the villages still left with Tehsil Anantnag is more than double
the total villages of Tehsil Kokernag i.e. 123 villages of Tehsil Anantnag
against 45 villages of Kokernag. Besides other criterion the spirit of
rationalization merits the consideration/ distribution of areas of activities,
to the possible extent, amongst the units in a balanced manner. So with
this point in view, the issue of Halqa Akingam which is equidistant from
Kokernag as well as Anantnag and is presently part of Girdwar/ Niabat
unit of Sagam (Kokernag) deserves disposal.


The Committee recommends that the limits of Niabat Sagam as
a whole be co-extensive with Tehsil Kokernag thereby making Halqa
Akingam comprising six villages namely Akingam, Bodoorah, Amar
Khar, Hadpora, Mohri Pora and Damhall part of Tehsil Kokernag.


iii. Presently, Halqa Hakoora-Badasgam is part of Tehsil Dooru and during its
visit by the committee some people from Hakoora-Badasgam represented
before it for the inclusion of their Patwar Halqa in Tehsil Anantnag and
some of them requested for the transfer of said Halqas to Kokernag while
some wanted to continue with Dooru. In view of the conflicting views and
on account of other factors like location etc., the Committee does not feel
it desirable to disturb its present setup.
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10.15 The final position which emerges in respect of Tehsil Kokernag is as
under:-
a. Number of Niabat 03 (Wandevalgam,Larnoo, Sagam)
b. Number of Patwar Halqas 08 (Sagam Niabat)
04 (Wandivalgam Niabat)
06 (Larnoo Niabat)
01 (Via-Bemdaroo Halqa)
Total: 19
c. Number of Villages 22 (Sagam Niabat)
08 (Wandivalgam Niabat)
15 (Larnoo Niabat)
06 (Via- Bemdaroo Halqa)
Total: 51
d. Population 1.16 lacs
The village wise and Halqa wise description of Tehsil Kokernag is given
at Appendix X-3 and map of Tehsil is at Appendix X-4.
10.16 Position of Tehsil Anantnag which has come up after carving out Tehsil
Kokernag remains as under :-
(a) Number of Niabats 04
(b) Number of Patwar Halqas 20
(c) Number of Villages 123
(d) Population 2.42 lac
Halqa wise and village wise description of Tehsil Anantnag is at in
Appendix X-5 and map of Tehsil is at Appendix X-6.
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10.17 Consequent upon the creation of Tehsil Kokernag, the position of Tehsil
Dooru remains as under:-
(a) Number of Niabats 03
(b) Number of Patwar Halqas 21
(c) Number of Villages 67
(d) Population 1.45 lac
Village wise and Halqa wise description of Tehsil Dooru is at Appendix-7
and Tehsil map is at Appendix X-8.

APPENDIX X – 1
DISTRICT – ANANTNAG


S.No. Name of Patwar Halqas Name of Villages
1. Khiram Sirhama i. Khiram
ii. Sirhama
iii. Shalgam
iv. Now Shara
2. Mahind i. Mahind
ii. Hatigam
iii. K. Kalan
iv. Derigund
v. Veday
3. Opzan i. Opzan
ii. Katoo
iii. Shatipora
iv. Kandipora
4. Kanelwan i. Knaelwan
ii. Bewora
iii. Banderpora
iv. Mirgund
v. Chandpora
vi. Chenigund
vii. Aswara
viii. Sultanpora
5. Bijbehara i. Bijbehara
ii. Gund Nowroz
iii. Katriteng
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iv. R. Katriteng
6. Zirpara i. Zirpara
ii. Dupatyar
iii. Hayar
iv. Takibal
7. Marhama i. Marhama
ii. Sether Satgr
8. Waghama i. Waghama
ii. Takya Maqsood Shah
9. Veeri i. Veeri
ii. Guree
iii. Adder
iv. Gadiseer
v. Thajiwara
vi. Gantalipora
vii. Krandigam
10. Arwani i. Arwani
ii. Laktipora
iii. Moomin Danjipora
iv. Rakhi Moomin Danjipora
v. Gundi -Chahal
vi. Trabjee
11. Jablipora i. Jablipora
ii. Gundinaseer
iii. Hussanpora Bagh
iv. Subhanpahri
12. Hassanpora Tawala i. Hassanpora Tawala
ii. Rakh Hassanpora
iii. Sangam
iv. Tulkhun
v. Hamzapora
vi. Semthen
vii. Naina Gundbaba Khalil
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13. Nowgam i. Nowgam
ii. Kothier
iii. Sumbruna
iv. Andoora
14. Uttersoo i. Uttersoo
15. Kreri i. Kreri
ii. Sheikpora
iii. Shergund
16. Shanguss i. Shanguss
ii. Wangam
iii. Ogjibalan
17. Chittergul i. Chittergull
ii. Chowgam
18. Chakilpora i. Chakilpora
ii. Brimer Narser
iii. Thimran
19. Renipora i. Renipora
ii. Sheikhgund
iii. Kradi
iv. Khulchohar
v. Rekhi Brah
20. Opasion i. Opaison
ii. Chirpora
iii. Tanjmulla
21. Dethu Nagnarian i. Dethu Nagnarian
ii. Brah
22. Qasbabagath i. Qasbabagath
23. Khanabal i. Khanabal
ii. Ghat Pushwari
iii. Hanji Danter
iv. Muniwar
v. Mirgund
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vi. Takiya Behram Shah
vii. Seepan
24. Kamad i. Kamad
ii. Bona Dialgam
iii. Ugjan
iv. Uttersoo
v. Wanihama
vi. Peth-dialgam
25. Brakpora i. Brakpora
ii. Nunwani
iii. Watarigam
iv. UlbughNowgam
v. Donipawa
vi. Kherman Donipawa
vii. Kerawa Brakpora
26. Rohu i. Ganoora
ii. Lalan
iii. Chechripora
iv. Ashajipora
v. Munghall
vi. Bangi Nowgam
vii. Rohu
viii. Mirdanter
27. Anchidora i. Anchidora
ii. Sernal
iii. Chee
iv. Pehroo
v. Manzhama
vi. Anzwala
28. Harduschision i. Harduschision
ii. Pethbugh
iii. Fethpora
29. Urnhall i. Urnhall
ii. Kanjigund
iii. Sholwanpora
iv. Sarsunna
v. Shamsipora
30. Khandiphari i. Khandiphari
ii. Turkutachloo
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iii. Sofigund
iv. Kherman Ganeshraina
v. Batangoo
31. Machbawan i. Machbawan
ii. Shamsipora
iii. Cheti Paibugh
iv. Paibugh
v. Hutmurah
vi. Bonagund
32. Rainbirpora i. Krangsoo
ii. Fethgarh
iii. Rainbirpora
iv. Krewa Rampora
33. Nanil Aung i. Nani Aung
ii. Rekhi Chee
iii. Moomin Hall
iv. Nowbugh
v. Matipora
vi. Rekhi Nowbugh
vii. Aade Bugh
34. Akura i. Akura
ii. Hugam
iii. Kherbugh
iv. Pushkreri
v. Rampora
vi. Bona Nambal
35. Seer Hamdan i. Seer Hamdan
ii. Hussainabad
iii. Manigam
iv. Hardu Akad
v. Adigohal
vi. Malsoo
vii. Fohar
36. Salia Panchalpora i. SailaPanchalpora
ii. Batpora Chandipora
iii. M.R Khanaday
iv. Tangmerg
v. Panzmulla
vi. Vail Nagabal
vii. Nowpora Kharpora
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viii. Ganie Gund
ix. Brad Anigandan
37. Gopalpora i. GopalPora Kalan
ii. Gopalpora Khurd
iii. Maraypora
iv. Kerava
v. Kadpora
vi. Sunsuma
vii. Kanganhall
38. Sahibabad i. Shaibabad
ii. Traphoo
iii. Khandoora
iv. Jogigund
v. Kulgad
vi. Thajiwara
vii. Sheelipora
39. Imooh i. Imooh
ii. Srundoo
iii. Brinty Batpora
iv. Palpora
40. Teelwani i. Teelwani
ii. Rekhi Teelwani
iii. Kherman Teelwani
iv. Issus
v. Odisoo
41. Kawarigam i. Kawarigam
ii. Chetisingpora
iii. Hardu Turoo
iv. K. Turoo
v. Devipora
42. Akingam i. Akingam
ii. Bodoorah
iii. Amarkhar
iv. Hadpora
v. Mohripora
vi. Damhall
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43. Hiller Bahi i. Bahi
ii. Buchoo
iii. Hiller Arhama
44. Sagam i. Sagam
ii. Damwatpora
45. Bidder Hayatpora i. Bidder Hayatpora
ii. Irkamooh
iii. Naropora
46. Nagam i. Nagam
ii. Khalhar
iii. Kandiwari
47. Bindozalangam i. Bindozalangam
ii. Adigam
48. Panzgam i. Panzgam
ii. Kherpora
49. Sofashali i. Sofshali
50. Wandevelgam i. Develgam
51. Nalla Sundbrari i. Nalla Sundbrari
ii. Takiya Magam
52. Lohersenzi i. Lohersezi
ii. Adhall
iii. Hallpora
iv. Dawoodpora/Chereitnzi
53. Gadole Ahlan i. Gadole Ahlan
54. Larnoo i. Larnoo
ii. Lesso Brennard
55. Nowbugh i. Q. Nowbugh
ii. Gurdraman
56. Gowherpora i. Gowherpora
ii. Nad Sangad
57. Iqbalpora i. Iqbalpora
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ii. Niamatpora
iii. Gadvail
58. Dessu Nowbugh i. Dessu Nowbugh
ii. Bidihard
iii. Dandipora
59. Matihandoo i. Matihandoo
ii. Rein Arther
iii. Gowran
60. Via-Bemdoora i. Via-Bemdoora
ii. Lisser Chowalgam
iii. Rakh Lisser
iv. Gee Bou
v. Utterhall
vi. Takya Ahmad Shah
61. Rainchowgund i. Rainchowgund
62. Kamar i. Kamar
63. Halsidar i. Halsidar
ii. Gawas
64. Kapran i. Kapran
ii. Chowan
iii. Ring Mandoo
iv. Hangipora
v. Hergus
65. Thamankot i. Thamankot
66. Nowgam i. Nowgam Shabad
67. Duroo i. Duroo
ii. Nathipora
68. Batgund i. Batgund
69. Bragam i. Bragam
ii. Krreri
iii. Mahmoodabad
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70. Lookbawan/Larkipora i. Larkipora Lookbawan
ii. Chekpath
iii. Shankerpora
iv. Nowpora
71. Hakoora Badsgam i. Hakoora Badsgam
ii. Khoshipora
iii. Naidpora
iv. Brontu
v. Gassipora
72. Mantpora i. Mantpora
ii. Hardu Dharan
iii. Bongund
iv. Gund Nowroz
v. Zaldoora
vi. Shangran
73. Veerinagh i. Veerinagh
ii. Oomoh
74. Monda i. Monda
ii. Changoo
iii. Badarmuna
iv. Nadura Kralmad
v. Mandipora
75. Sadiwara i. Sadiwara
ii. Pooliya
76. Hiller Shahbad i. Hiller Shahbad
ii. Dalwach Gagisgund
iii. Pranigam
iv. Taragam
v. Gucher
vi. Shishtergam
vii. Ujroo
77. Vessu i. Vessu
ii. Sadoora
iii. Irot Damjan
iv. Sangran Devser
v. Kishgund
*1.
See foot note
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78. Nassu Badragund i. Nassu Badragund
ii. Drnin Dabdura
*1.
See foot note
79. Panzath Wanpora i. Panzath Wanpora
ii. Wanpora Chaimoola
iii. Levdora
iv. Sransu Shampora
v. Kuchipora
80. Kurigam i. Kurigam
ii. Your Khashipora
iii. Kewa
81. Cheki Wangund i. Cheki Wangund
ii. Tanjloo
iii. Manzmooh
iv. Harigam
82. Phalgam i. Phalgam
ii. Mamal
iii. Liddru
iv. Nunwanan
83. Laripora i. Laripora
ii. Ardu
iii. Mandlana
iv. Frislana
84. Grandesh i. Grandesh
ii. Amadwagad
iii. Tulhard
iv. Jammu
v. Karshangam
85. Logripora i. Logripora
ii. Wajaroo
iii. Ainobrari
iv. Maligund
v. Badarun
vi. Achinard
vii. Badigam
viii. Shargsoo
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ix. Daroo
86. Hassan Noor i. Hassan Noor
ii. Manzigam
iii. Nowgam
iv. Charigam
v. Siligam
vi. Singpora
vii. Chandrigam
viii. Rekhi Chandipora
87. Khayar i. Khayar
ii. Yal
iii. Hangalphaoo
iv. Hapatnard
v. Shumhall
vi. Dedran Khandypora
88. Dehvatoo i. Dehwahtoo
ii. Movera
iii. Khalan Gojran
iv. Laddi
v. Veersiran
vi. Avora
vii. Nala Avora
89. Hardukuthel Sofipora i. Hardkuthel Sofipora
ii. Lehendajan
iii. Walerhama
90. Charigam i. Charigam
ii. Kuller
iii. Yoned
91. Kathsoo i. Kathsoo
ii. Dachugam
iii. Chitrasoo Badroo
iv. Liver
92. Ganishpora i. Ganishpora
ii. Batakot
iii. Gujran Batkot
iv. Sirchan
v. Hardukitchru
vi. Amadwagad
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93. Saller i. Saller
ii. Kunzgam
iii. Wahdan
94. Adlashmagam i. Adlashmagam
ii. Dishema
iii. Peth-Nambal
iv. Trail
v. Honumanpora
vi. Sskhsass
vii. Srigufwara
Total: 94 Patwar Halqas 385 Villages
*2.
(+) 8 villages from Kulgam
Total: 393 villages
*1. Two villages viz Mandhol & Chandan Pajan of Halqa Vessu and four villages namely
Yarhole-Babapora, Nawa, Beehamma & Bonigam of Halqa Nassu-Badrogund (total six villages)
of Tehsil Dooru District Anantnag recommended for transfer to Tehsil Kulgam District Kulgam.
Refer para no. 10.8(v) of Chapter no. – X.
*2. Four villages viz. Laram-Gangipora, Lali-pora-Malpora, Nowattoo & Chidham of Laran-
Gangipora and four villages namely Neepora, Zadoorah, Bumthan & Furrah of Halqa Neepora
(total eight villages recommended by the Committee for transfer from Tehsil Kulgam to Tehsil
Anantnag. Refer para nos. 10.8 (i) to 10.8 (ii) of Chapter no. X. The competent authority in the
Revenue Department may take necessary action for their Halqa Bandi within Tehsil Anantnag.
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APPENDIX X – 3
TEHSIL – KOKERNAG
S.No. Name of Patwar Halqas Name of Villages
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1. Akingam i. Akingam
ii. Bodoorah
iii. Amarkhar
iv. Hadpora
v. Mohripota
vi. Damhall
2. Hiller Bahi i. Bahi
ii. Buchoo
iii. Hiller Arhama
3. Sagam i. Sagam
ii. Damwatporaam
4. Bidder Hayatpora i. Bidder Hayatpora
ii. Irkamooh
iii. Naropora
5. Nagam i. Nagam
ii. Khalhar
iii. Kandiwareen
6. Bindozalangam i. Bindozalangam
ii. Adigam
7. Panzgam i. Panzgam
ii. Kherpora
8. Sofashali i. Sofshali
9. Wandevelgam i. Develgam
10. Nalla Sunbdrari i. Nalla Sunbdrari
ii. Takiya Magam
11. Lohersenzi i. Lohersezi
ii. Adhall
iii. Hallpora
iv. Dawoodpora/Chereitnzi
12. Gadole Ahlan i. Gadole Ahlan
13. Larnoo i. Larnoo
ii. Lesso Brennard
14. Nowbugh i. Q. Nowbugh
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ii. Gurdraman
15. Gowherpora i. Gowherpora
ii. Nad Sangad
16. Iqbalpora i. Iqbalpora
ii. Niamatpora
iii. Gadvail
17. Dessu Nowbugh i. Dessu Nowbugh
ii. Bidihard
iii. Dandipora
18. Matihandoo i. Matihandoo
ii. Rein Arther
iii. Gowran
19. Via-Bemdoora i. Via-Bemdoora
*1. *1. ii. Lisser Chowalgam
iii. Rakh Lisser
iv. Gee Bou
v. Utterhall
vi. Takya Ahmad Shah
Total: 19 Patwar Halqas 51 Villages
*1. Six villages namely Via-Bemdoora, Lisser Chowalgam, Rakh Lisser, Gee Bou, Utterhall
& Taya Ahmad Shah of Halqa Bemdoora recommended for transfer by the Committee to newly
created Tehsil Kokernag from Tehsil Dooru. Refer para no. 10.14 (a) of Chapter no. X.
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TEHSIL – ANANTNAG
S.No. Name of Patwar Halqas Name of Villages
1. Qasbabagath i. Qasbabagath
2. Khanabal i. Khanabal
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ii. Ghat Pushwari
iii. Hanji Danter
iv. Muniwar
v. Mirgund
vi. Takiya Behram Shah
vii. Seepan
3. Kamad i. Kamad
ii. Bona Dialgam
iii. Ugjan
iv. Uttersoo
v. Wanihama
vi. Peth-dialgam
4. Brakpora i. Brakpora
ii. Nunwani
iii. Watarigam
iv. UlbughNowgam
v. Donipawa
vi. Kherman Donipawa
vii. Kerawa Brakpora
5. Rohu i. Ganoora
ii. Lalan
iii. Chechripora
iv. Ashajipora
v. Munghall
vi. Bangi Nowgam
vii. Rohu
viii. Mirdanter
6. Anchidora i. Anchidora
ii. Sernal
iii. Chee
iv. Pehroo
v. Manzhama
vi. Anzwala
7. Harduschision i. Harduschision
ii. Pethbugh
iii. Fethpora
8. Urnhall i. Urnhall
ii. Kanjigund
iii. Sholwanpora
iv. Sarsunna
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v. Shamsipora
9. Khandiphari i. Khandiphari
ii. Turkutachloo
iii. Sofigund
iv. Kherman Ganeshraina
v. Batangoo
10. Machbawan i. Machbawan
ii. Shamsipora
iii. Cheti Paibugh
iv. Paibugh
v. Hutmurah
vi. Bonagund
11. Rainbirpora i. Krangsoo
ii. Fethgarh
iii. Rainbirpora
iv. Krewa Rampora
12. Nanil Aung i. Nani Aung
ii. Rekhi Chee
iii. Moomin Hall
iv. Nowbugh
v. Matipora
vi. Rekhi Nowbugh
vii. Aade Bugh
13. Akura i. Akura
ii. Hugam
iii. Kherbugh
iv. Pushkreri
v. Rampora
vi. Bona Nambal
14. Seer Hamdan i. Seer Hamdan
ii. Hussainabad
iii. Manigam
iv. Hardu Akad
v. Adigohal
vi. Malsoo
vii. Fohar
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15. Salia Panchalpora i. SailaPanchalpora
ii. Batpora Chandipora
iii. M.R Khanaday
iv. Tangmerg
v. Panzmulla
vi. Vail Nagabal
vii. Nowpora Kharpora
viii. Ganie Gund
ix. Brad Anigandan
16. Gopalpora i. GopalPora Kalan
ii. Gopalpora Khurd
iii. Maraypora
iv. Kerava
v. Kadpora
vi. Sunsuma
vii. Kanganhall
17. Sahibabad i. Shaibabad
ii. Traphoo
iii. Khandoora
iv. Jogigund
v. Kulgad
vi. Thajiwara
vii. Sheelipora
18. Imooh i. Imooh
ii. Srundoo
iii. Brinty Batpora
iv. Palpora
19. Teelwani i. Teelwani
ii. Rekhi Teelwani
iii. Kherman Teelwani
iv. Issus
v. Odisoo
20. Kawarigam i. Kawarigam
ii. Chetisingpora
iii. Hardu Turoo
iv. K. Turoo
v. Devipora
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Total: 20 Halqas 115 Villages
*1. (+) 8 Villages from Tehsil
Kulgam
Total: 123 Villages
*1. Four villages viz. Laram-Gangipora, Lalipora-Malpora, Nowatto & Chidhama of Halqa
Laram-Gangipora and four villages namely Neepora, Zadoorah, Bomthan & Furrah of Halqa
Neepora (total eight villages) recommended for transfer from Tehsil Kulgam to Tehsil Anantnag.
Refer para nos. 10.8 (i) to 10.8 (iii) of Chapter no. X. The competent authority in the Revenue
department may take necessary action for their Halqa Bandi within Tehsil Anantnag.
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TEHSIL – DOORU
S.No. Name of Patwar Halqas Name of Villages
1. Rainchowgund i. Rainchowgund
2. Kamar i. Kamar
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3. Halsidar i. Halsidar
ii. Gawas
4. Kapran i. Kapran
ii. Chowan
iii. Ring Mandoo
iv. Hangipora
v. Hergus
5. Thamankot i. Thamankot
6. Nowgam i. Nowgam Shabad
7. Duroo i. Duroo
ii. Nathipora
8. Batgund i. Batgund
9. Bragam i. Bragam
ii. Krreri
iii. Mahmoodabad
10. Lookbawan/Larkipora i. Larkipora Lookbawan
ii. Chekpath
iii. Shankerpora
iv. Nowpora
11. Hakoora Badsgam i. Hakoora Badsgam
ii. Khoshipora
iii. Naidpora
iv. Brontu
v. Gassipora
12. Mantpora i. Mantpora
ii. Hardu Dharan
iii. Bongund
iv. Gund Nowroz
v. Zaldoora
vi. Shangran
13. Veerinagh i. Veerinagh
ii. Oomoh
14. Monda i. Monda
ii. Changoo
iii. Badarmuna
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iv. Nadura Kralmad
v. Mandipora
15. Sadiwara i. Sadiwara
ii. Pooliya
16. Hiller Shahbad i. Hiller Shahbad
ii. Dalwach Gagisgund
iii. Pranigam
iv. Taragam
v. Gucher
vi. Shishtergam
vii. Ujroo
17. Vessu i. Vessu
ii. Sadoora
iii. Irot Damjan
iv. Sangran Devser
v. Kishgund
*1. See foot note
18. Nassu Badragund i. Nassu Badragund
ii. Drnin Dabdura
*1. See foot note
19. Panzath Wanpora i. Panzath Wanpora
ii. Wanpora Chaimoola
iii. Levdora
iv. Sransu Shampora
v. Kuchipora
20. Kurigam i. Kurigam
ii. Your Khashipora
iii. Kewa
21. Cheki Wangund i. Cheki Wangund
ii. Tanjloo
iii. Manzmooh
iv. Harigam
Total: 21 Patwar Halqas 67 Villages
*1. Two villages viz. Mandhole & Chandan Pajan of Halqa Vessu and four villages namely
yarhole-Babapora, Nawa, Beehama and Bonigam of Halqa Nassu Badragund (total six villages)
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recommended by the Committee for transfer from Tehsil Dooru to Tehsil Kulgam. Refer para
nos. 10.8 (v) and 10.8 (vii) of Chapter no. X.
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