Sangrur is a city in the Indian province of Punjab, India. It is the base camp of the Sangrur area. It is situated at the convergence of the streets associating Jalandhar with Rewari and Chandigarh with Bathinda, at a separation of 77 km from Ludhiana and 58 km from Patiala. The soonest settlement at the site of Sangrur is accepted to have started around 2,300 B.C. Pulled in by the ripe soil and accessibility of water, individuals from Sindh and Balochistan began moving and following the way of the Satluj or the Ghagger settled at Rohira. Sangrur is said to have been established by one Sanghu, a Jatt, around four hundred years back. At a certain point ever, Sangrur was a piece of Nabha state yet amid the season of Maharaja Ranjit Singh it was commandingly taken from Nabha state and skilled to Jind State. The Maharaja of Jind made Sangrur winter capital of Jind state while it’s mid-year capital was Khunga Kothi, a place close Jind. It was a piece of PEPSU state after the segment of India and was made a locale home office. It turned out to be a piece of Punjab state after the nullification of PEPSU state. Locale Sangrur lost a decent lump of its zone to Haryana and the rest of the region was additionally subdivided into two when its Barnala tehsil was conceded an area status. Sangrur was viewed as the biggest region of Punjab before Barnala turned into the different area.
Sangrur has its inception route back in the antiquated occasions of the pre-Harappan period. Unearthing’s completed in parts of the district have yielded different earthenware globules, bangles, and bones that allude to the exchange and coming about the success of Sangrur. It is trusted that the soonest occupants settled here at some point around 2300 B.C. The ripe fields and the simple accessibility of water source pulled in the general population of Baluchistan and Sind; they pursued the course of waterway Satluj or Ghagger lastly settled here. Sangrur, alongside the bordering districts, went under the standard of the Mauryas in 322 B.C. It was likewise managed by the renowned Gupta lord Chandragupta Vikram Aditya. Amid the pre-autonomy time, Sangrur birthed the extraordinary opportunity contender Udham Singh, who killed Michael O'Dwyer in the long stretch of March 1940 to render retribution for the Jallianwalla Bagh occurrence. Sangrur locale was shaped in 1948 after India's freedom. The region owes its name to a Jatt named Sangu, who is accepted to have established the district around 400 years back.