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Dhudike

Dhudike is a well known village in Moga district in the Indian state of Punjab.

Geography

Dhudike is located at 30°45′N 75°20′E / 30.75°N 75.33°E / 30.75; 75.33.[1] It has an average elevation of 233 metres (767 feet). Located in India, Punjab and district Moga.

This village is located 4 km south of Ajitwal, which is at NH1 (Moga-Ludhiana Highway)

History

Dhudike is the birthplace of the freedom fighter Lala Lajpat Rai. A big building with a library is constructed in the memory of Lala Lajpat Rai. Citizens of Dhudike celebrates the National Days, 26th Jan. & 15th Aug. at this building.

Dhudike is the birthplace of many Gadri-babas who contributed in freeing India from the British. (need more information here)

Dhudike is also the birthplace of well known novel-writer Dr. Jaswant Singh Kanwal. He has written many novels and books.

Educational institutes

Lala Lajpat Rai Govt. College, (Maddoke Road) This college was established here in 1967

Baba Pakhar Singh Senior Secondary School (from 6th to 12th class)

Govt. Primary School (from 1st to 5th class)

Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Nursery School

/*North West Institute of Engineering & Technology Dhudike*/

Lala lajpat rai college of education dhudike

Lala lajpat rai memorial institute of engineering and Technology & college of art and craft

References

External links

  • ਢੁੱਡੀਕੇ (Dhudike)@ Wikimapia


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