Jagraon is a town and a metropolitan board, a provincial police area and a sub-division of the Ludhiana locale in the Indian territory of Punjab. Jagraon is over three centuries old. It has been suspected that the city's unique name was Jagaraon, signifying "a position of extraordinary flooding", in spite of the fact that this flooding has since stopped. It could likewise be contended that Jagraon really gets from a source with a postfix "- graon" being an improvement of the Sanskrit Grama, signifying "town" as found in the Hindi word Gaon. Jagraon is at nearly the topographical focus of Punjab state, 16 kilometers 9.9 mi from the River Satluj.
It is 37 km 23 mi from its locale central command Ludhiana, 29 km 18 mi from Moga, 31 km 19 mi from Nakodar, and 55 km 34 mi from Barnala. Jagraon is an essential religious community for Sikhs, Hindus, Muslims and in addition Jains. Jagraon was established by Rai Kamaluddin father of Rai Kalha III of Raikot in 1680 AD. Gurdwara Nanaksar Sahib is one of the critical spots of love for Sikhs. Gurdwara Mehdiana Sahib is known for its interesting portrayal of scenes from Sikh history, particularly those of monstrosities submitted against Sikhs by different Mughal rulers, as life-sized statues. There are additionally numerous well known Hindu sanctuaries including Bhadra Kali Mandi and Pracheen Shiv Mandir.