Khansaar In Salaar: History, Location And Complete Details

Khansaar Real Place in Salaar
Khansaar India: Khansaar Empire in Salaar .

Khansaar Empire: History, Location in Map & Complete Details

If you have watched Prabhas' Salaar movie, you must have been intrigued by the Khansaar city-state-country-empire which was earlier a forest, and has more than 1000 years of history. There are many questions to be answered regarding Khansaar in Salaar. Where is Salaar Khansaar? Is Khansaar a real place? Where is Khansaar located on the map? What is the meaning of the word Khansaar? We answer all these questions in this detailed post, so keep reading. If you like this post please don't forget to share it with your friends.

Salaar Khansaar Forest: History, Location & Complete Details

Where is Khansaar in Salaar?

According to the movie Salaar, Khansaar is located along the west coast of India, between Pakistan and the state of Gujarat. Khansaar, according to the movie, is located between mountains and the Arabian sea. According to Salaar, during the early 1100CE, Khansaar was a dense forest inhabited by multiple tribal people.

Where is Khansaar Located in the Map?

The map of Khansaar along with the map of India and Pakistan was shown in the movie. Below is the screenshot of the Khansaar map shown in the movie Salaar. The map shows Khansaar's location to be between India and Pakistan.
Khansaar location map
Khansaar Location Map:

Is Khansaar A Real Place?

Khansaar is a fictional city and an autonomous state. Khansaar in Salaar is not a real place. There is no place called as Khansaar, similar to what was described in Salaar movie, exists in India or near India. The place of Khansaar is a work of imagination, and is a part of the fanciful world of Salaar movie.

Khansaar History: Full Details

Timeline (Year) History (Events)
Year 1127 CE: Three tribes of dacoits ruled Khansaar jungle.
1. Mannar Tribe.
2. Shouryanga Tribe.
3. Ghaniyar Tribe.
These three tribes turned the jungle into a fortress.
Year 1747 CE: The British tried to colonise Khansaar, but they were unsuccessful even after multiple attempts, and they could never colonise Khansaar.
Year 1947 CE: India gains independence from the British. Khansaar remains an autonomous state.
Year 1947 CE: India's attempt to make Khansaar a part of India fails. Khansaar's ruler, Shiv Mannar, threatens the Indian government in Delhi to not attempt any take over of Khansaar, and removes Khansaar from the map of India.
After 1947 CE: Khaansar becomes the main source of all illegal activities in India, like smuggling, drugs, oil mafia, gambling, fake currency, weapons etc.
After 1947 CE: There is a huge inflow of money because of illegal businesses in all parts of India, and Khansaar's economy massively grows. Khansaar installs its puppets in the India's political system, and starts to control India.
After 1947 CE: Khansaar's rule book 'Nibhandhan' comes into existence. (Nibhandhan complete details is given below)
Year 1985 CE: Khansaar's ruler Shiv Mannar dies. According to the'Nibhandhan', Shauryanga tribe's leader 'Dhaara' was supposed to ascend to the throne. But, Shiv Mannar's son Raj Mannar orders the killing of all the members of Shauryanga tribe, and declares himself the ruler.
After 1985 CE: Raj Mannar builds huge walls that completely surround Khansaar, and raises a powerful army with modern weapons to defend Khansaar. He divides Khansaar into smaller provinces and appoints governors to each of the smaller provinces. (Governor appointments, and Raja Mannar family particulars is given in detail below)
Year 2010 CE: Khansaar remains almost peaceful, without any infighting within the tribes, for 25 years since Raj Mannar's ascension to the throne. But, Raj Mannar's wish to see his son, Varadharaja Mannar, become a ruler of a province in Khansaar ruffles the feathers among the provincial governors and ministers of Khansaar.
After 2010 CE: Khansaar's ruler Raja Mannar leaves Khansaar for an important deal in a foriegn country. Some of Khansaar's provincial governors and ministers join hands and plan to eliminate Varadharaja Mannar in Raja Mannar's absence.
After 2010 CE: Khansaar's provincial governors' and ministers' plan to eliminate Varadharaja Mannar fails, as the stand-in ruler of Khansaar, Radha Rama (Varadharaja Mannar's sister), declares ceasefire. The rebel ministers challenge the declaration of ceasefire by citing the rules in 'Nibhandhan', which leads to a vote on ceasefire after 9 days to decide the fate of ceasefire in Khansaar.
After 2010 CE: Khansaar's rebel ministers and provincial governors begin to assemble armies, and Varadharaja Mannar brings an one-man army named Deva to Khansaar to take on everyone.

Khansaar Nibhandhan: Complete Details

Shiv Mannar, knowing the violent nature of the three tribes and to prevent any fighting among them, he decides to bind Khansaar by a rule book. Consequently, 'Nibhandhan', Khansaar's very own constitution, gets written and enforced as a rule book by Shiv Mannar.

In accordance to the rule book 'Nibhandhan', the entire empire of Khansaar was divided into 108 smaller provinces, and to each of these provinces a governor was appointed. The appointed 108 governors ("Nayaks") were given golden bracelets called the "Kadha". Above the provincial governors, 8 ministers ("Sardars") were appointed. And above the eight minsters, was the King ("Karta") Shiv Mannar.

For efficient administration and to decide on important aspects of administration, 'Nibandhan' gave voting powers to the provincial governors, ministers and the king. The provincial governors had the power of one vote each, the ministers had three votes each, and the king had the power of 15 votes. According to the Nibhandhan, whoever is the most powerful in Khansaar can lay claim to the throne.

Khansaar: Shiv Mannar Family Details.

Shiva Mannar: First ruler of Khansaar.
Raja Mannar: Son of Shiva Mannar. Second ruler of Khansaar.
Rudra Raja Mannar: Raja Mannar's eldest son from his first wife.
Radha Rama Raja Mannar: Raja Mannar's only daughter from his first wife.
Varadha Raja Mannar: Raja Mannar's son from his second wife.
Baachi Raja Mannar: Raja Mannar's second son from second wife.
Om Mannar: Raja Mannar's first wife's brother.
Bhaarwa: Raja Mannar's son-in-law. Radha Rama Mannar's husband.

Khansaar: 8 Ministers ("Lords" or "Sardars") of Raja Mannar's Ministry

1. Rudra Raja Mannar
2. Bhaarwa
3. Om Mannar
4. Vaali
5. Ranga
6. Naarang
7. Cheeka
8. Gurung

Khansaar Meaning

The name of the empire in Salaar, Khansaar, doesn't appear to be any meaningful word; at least the meaning of the world Khansaar was not explained in the movie. But, there is actually a city named 'Khansar' in the country of Iran. The word Khansaar is derived from persian, which literally means 'many water springs'. The place contained many water springs in its history, hence the name 'many water springs' that is Khansar.

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