Kuchesar is a princely estate in Bulandshahr district, state of Uttar Pradesh, at a distance of 80 km from Delhi, off the NH 24. It was the seat of Jagirdari, or princely estate, during British Raj.
The rulers of Kuchesar because of their mud Fort somewhere in the middle of the 18th century. The mud-Fort Kuchesar tells stories and more complex story, which vied with the Marathas, Rohillas, as well as with French adventurers and the British East India company, to fill the vacuum created as a result of the decline of the Mughal Empire.
Part Kuchesar Fort, built in 1734, it became a heritage property in 1998 after the restoration of the hotel Neemrana.
- Kuchesar Fort, also known as the Mud Fort, is an 18th - century fort located at Kuchesar in Bulandshahr, India. Built in 1734, the fort is surrounded by
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- Bankhanda is a village in Ghaziabad district in the Indian state Uttar Pradesh. The nearest local railway station is Kuchesar Road Chopla.
- sought shelter with his wife s people at Kuchesar Kushal Singh and his descendants continued to rule the Kuchesar State till 1948 when they were abolished
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- Kunwar name unknown Singh, married a daughter of Rai Amarjeet Singh of Kuchesar and had issue. Shri Brijindar Si Maharaja Ram Singh Bahadur Jang, 1893
- Singh, left Ballabhgarh and later became inheritor of jagir of his wife at Kuchesar Gopal Singh, a Tewatia Jat, the founder of the princely state of Ballabgarh