The town of Dujána lies 37 miles west of Delin. It is called after Durjan Shab, a fakir, who built a hut in the site of the town Places in the midst of a jungle. Subsequently one Muhammad Khun interest alias Malik Jutta, Malik Jutta, who had quarrelled with his brother Malik Bahrám of Jhajjar, settled at the place with the permission of Durjan Shah. He reclaimed and cultivated the jungle and the population rapidly increased by the influx of other settlers. The population of the town was 5,545 in 1901.


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