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Ghasipura (derived from 'Ghasi-', the first name of the founder, and 'pura-', the Sanskrit word for city, castle or fortress) is a village in the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh.

Ghasipura (derived from 'Ghasi-', the first name of the founder, and 'pura-', the Sanskrit word for city, castle or fortress) is a village in the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh. While the exact dates of the establishment of the village are unknown, it is estimated that the village was founded in the 1800s after Chaudhri Ghasiram Singh, “the chief landholder in the district [of Muzaffarnagar]", established a fort here. These Jats Initially came from Dhar Madhya Pradesh Chaudhary Jawahar Singh Ji his genealogy proceeds with Chaudhary Ghasiram Ji then Chaudhary Lal Singh then Kunwar Krishan Raj Singh as of now Kunwar Vijay Raj Singh and his child Kunwar Udai Raj Singh Kunwar Vijay Raj Singh Ji Studied in ST Mary's Academy Meerut then further from Hansraj College Delhi, being profoundly taught he did a work only for an encounter and claimed a few industrial facilities and business too yet then likewise his love towards his ancestry repurchased him to his foundations Ghasipura where he remaining with his family Kunwar Vijay Raj Singh Ji now absolutely into cultivating and keeping up his family nobility enough Udai did concentrates from Doon school now into some work Chaudhri Ghasiram Singh belonged to one of the most prominent families in Western Uttar Pradesh — the Maulaheri Jats (Panwar gotra). It is said that the fort was built for better administration of the area, as during the monsoon it was difficult for people on horses and elephants to cross the Kaali river that flowed between present day Ghasipura and Chaudhri Ghasiram Singh's primary residence, Maulaheri Palace. The original fort, which largely remains dilapidated, featured one gateway, five havelis and four watchtowers (burj) built according to Indian architecture. The descendants of Chaudhri Ghasiram Singh still reside in the village and around Muzaffarnagar. Ghasipura Fort Ghasipura, Uttar Pradesh 251203

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