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Auraiya
Auraiya
district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
state of India, and Auraiya
Auraiya
town is the district headquarters.[2] It lies on the south-western portion of Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
and also forms a part of the Kanpur
Kanpur
Division.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Modern History

2 Geography

2.1 Climate 2.2 Cultivable Land

3 Civic Administration 4 Politics 5 Economy

5.1 Small Scale Industries

6 Transport

6.1 Rail 6.2 Road

7 Demographics

7.1 Religion

8 Culture

8.1 Dance & Music 8.2 Festivals and Fairs 8.3 Cuisine 8.4 Dress

9 Media 10 Sports 11 See also 12 References 13 External links

History[edit]

Tehsils of Auraiya
Auraiya
District

On 17 September 1997 two tehsils named Auraiya
Auraiya
and Bidhuna
Bidhuna
were separated from district Etawah
Etawah
to form the new district named as Auraiya. It is situated on National Highway 2 (Mughal Road) and 64 km in the east of district headquarters of Etawah
Etawah
and 105 km in west of Kanpur. Modern History[edit] Under the Rohillas
Rohillas
In 1760 AD Ahmad Shah Durrani
Ahmad Shah Durrani
invaded India; he was opposed in 1761 by the Marathas
Marathas
on the field of Panipat
Panipat
and inflicted on them a signal defeat. Among other Maratha chieftains Govind Rao Pandit lost his life in the action. Before his departure from India the Durrani chief consigned large tracts of country to the Rohilla chieftains, and while Dhunde Khan received Shikohabad, Inayat Khan, son of Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
received the district of Etawah. This was then in the possession of the Marathas, and accordingly in 1762 a Rohilla force was sent under Mullah Mohsin Khan to wrest the assigned property from the Marathas. This force was opposed near the town of Etawah
Etawah
by Kishan Rao and Bala Rao Pandits, who were defeated and compelled to seek safety in flight across the Yamuna. Siege was then laid to the fort of Etawah
Etawah
by Mohsin Khan; but the fort was soon surrendered by its commander, and the district fell into the hands of the Rohillas. The occupation, however, was merely nominal at first; the zamindars refused to pay revenue to Inayat Khan and, secure in their mud forts set his authority at defiance. Strong reinforcements were sent to the Rohillas, including some artillery, under Sheikh Kuber and Mullah Baz Khan, and many of the smaller forts were levelled to the grounds; but in their ravine fortresses the zamindars of Kamait in the trans-Yamuna tract still resisted the authority of Inayat Khan. Hafiz Rahmat and Inayat Khan then came in person to Etawah
Etawah
and operations were vigorously pressed against the refractory zamindars. Ultimately an annual tribute was agreed to by the latter. Hafiz Rahmat then departed to Bareilly, and Rohilla garrisons were established at convenient places in the district. Meanwhile, a new minister arose at Delhi called Najib Khan, better known as Najib-ud-daula, Amir-ul-umra, Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
succeeded Safdar Jang
Safdar Jang
as Nawab Wazir and occupied most of the Bangash possessions as far as Aligarh, with the exception of those granted by the Durrani to the Rohillas
Rohillas
after he battle of Pandit. But the wazir's hostility to the Farrukhabad
Farrukhabad
Afghans had not abated one jot, and in 1762 he persuaded Najib-ud-daula to join him in an attack on Farrukhabad. The attack was beaten off by the aid of Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
and matters once more settled down peacefully. In 1766 the Marathas
Marathas
under Mulhar Rao, who had been awaiting their opportunity, once more crossed the Yamuna
Yamuna
and attacked Phaphund, where a Rohilla force under Muhammad Hasan Khan eldest son of Mohsin Khan, was posted. On receipt of this news Hafiz Rahmat advanced from Bareilly
Bareilly
to oppose the Marathas. He was joined near Phaphund
Phaphund
by Sheikh Kuber, the Rohilla governor of Etawah, and prepared to give battle; but Mulhar Rao refused to risk an engagement and once more retired across the Yamuna. The ambitions Najib-ud-daula had been considerably irritated by the intervention of the Rohillas
Rohillas
on behalf of Ahmad Khan Bangladesh in 1762; and though he had been too busily engaged otherwise to pursue his plans of revenge before, he began in 1770 to plot the downfall of Hafiz Rahmat Khan. Accordingly, a Maratha army was invited to Delhi
Delhi
for the purpose of first wresting Farrukhabad
Farrukhabad
from Ahmad Khan and of afterwards invading Rohikhand. The united forces of Najib-ud-daula and the Marathas advanced from Delhi; but at Koil Najib-ud-daula fell ill and retraced his steps, leaving his eldest son, Zabita Khan to operate with the Marathas. Zabita Khan however, was by no means disposed to fight against his brother Afghans. The Marathas, knowing this, kept him practically a prisoner in their camp and he requested Hafiz Rahmat Khan to obtain his release. Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
accordingly opened negotiations with the Marathas
Marathas
for the release of Zabita Khan; but the Maratha leaders demanded as their price the surrender of the jagirs of Etawah
Etawah
and Shikohabad. Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
was not disposed to agree to those terms, and while negotiations were proceeding for buying off the Marathas
Marathas
Zabita Khan escaped. Several desultory engagements now took place between the Marathas
Marathas
and the Afghan forces. Inayat khan was summoned by his father to Farrukhabad
Farrukhabad
in order that he might be consulted regarding the surrendering of his jagirs. But although Dhunde Khan agreed to give up Shikohabad
Shikohabad
Inayat Khan refused to surrender Etawah. Ultimately, disgusted with his father's arrangements he returned to Bareilly, and his father on his own responsibility sent orders to Sheikh Kuber, the Rohilla governor of Etawah, to surrender the fort to the Marathas. The Marathas
Marathas
now marched to Etawah, but as the orders had not yet reached him Sheikh Kuber gave them battle. Several desperate assaults were made on the fort of Etawah
Etawah
which were all beaten off, but finally it was handed over to the Marathas
Marathas
in accordance with hafiz Rahmat Khan's orders, and the Rohillas
Rohillas
quit the district, leaving it once more in the hands of the Marathas. Later in the same year, 1771 AD, the Marathas
Marathas
advanced to Delhi
Delhi
and reinstated the emperor Shah Alam, who had cast in his lot with them, on the throne. They were now masters of the empire and Zabita Khan determined to oppose them. Assembling his forces, he attacked the Marathas
Marathas
near Delhi
Delhi
but was signally defeated, and in 1772 the Marathas
Marathas
overran a large portion of Rohilkhand and captured Najafgarh, where Zabita Khan's family resided and his treasure lay.

Shuja-ud-daula, Nawab of Oudh

Under the Government of Oudh
Oudh
Zabita Khan then solicited the aid of Shuja-ud-daula, Nawab Wazir of Oudh; but the Nawab declined to interfere unless Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
applied on his behalf. Negotiations were commenced with Shah Alam and the Marathas
Marathas
for the restoration of Zabita Khan's family and the evacuation of Rohilkhand. The Marathas agreed to accept 40 lakhs of rupees, provided that Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
made himself responsible for the payment; but Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
now declined to enter into any such engagement unless Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
gave him a bond for the money. To this Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
consented, the bond was signed and the Marathas
Marathas
retired from Rohilkhand. In 1773 AD the Marathas
Marathas
proposed to attack Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
and attempted to gain the help of Hifaz Rahmat Khan. The latter refused to him them. Instead he sent information to Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
concerning what he had done, and on the strength of this requested restoration of his bond. Shuja-ud-daula expressed his approval of Hafiz Rahmat Khan's conduct and promised the restitution of the bond when the Marathas
Marathas
as had been defeated. The Marathas
Marathas
were defeated soon after at Asadpur by the combined forces of Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
and Hafiz Rahmat Khan, with the result that they quit not only Rohilkhand but Delhi
Delhi
also. Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
then returned to Oudh, but denied ever having promised to restore the bond. He next seduced many of the Afghan Rohillas
Rohillas
from their allegiance to Hafiz Rahmat Khan, and then proceeded to eject the Maratha garrisons from Etawah
Etawah
and Shikohabad
Shikohabad
in spite of Rahmat Khan's remonstrance. He ever went further and called on Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
to discharge the balance of 35 lakhs due on the bond. This was only a pretext for provoking hostilities for which purpose the Nawab had already begun to assemble an army; and Hafiz Rahmat Khan
Hafiz Rahmat Khan
having failed to pay up, the Nawab advanced to the Ganges. The last scene in the tangled history of the period closed with the defeat of Hafiz Rahmat Khan by Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
who was aided by a British force, at the battle of Miranpur Katra in the Shahjahanpur district
Shahjahanpur district
on April 23, 1774 AD Etawah
Etawah
under the Oudh
Oudh
Government. From 1774 to 1801 the district of Etawah
Etawah
remained under the government of Oudh. Little occurred to disturb it during this period and little is known regarding its history. For many years the administration of the district was in the hands of Mian Almas Ali Khan. Ails were stationed, we know, at Etawah, Kudarkot
Kudarkot
and Phaphund. One of those who held office at the last named placed was Raja Bhagmal or Baramal. The latter was by Caste a Jat
Jat
and was sister's son to Almas Ali Khan, who was by birth a Hindu
Hindu
but was subsequently made a eunuch and converted to Islam. Raja Bhagmal built the fort at Phaphund
Phaphund
and the old mosque which still bears an inscription recording thenamed of donor. Almas Ali Khan was, recording to Colonie Sleeman,"the greatest and best man" Oudh
Oudh
ever produced; be amassed great wealth, but having no descendant, he spent his money for the benefit of the people committed to his charge. He held court occasionally at Kudarkot
Kudarkot
where he built a fort, of which the massive ruins still remain. At Etawah
Etawah
the amils are said to have resided in the fort; but the building was destroyed by Shuja-ud-daula
Shuja-ud-daula
in consequence of the representations of the Etawah townspeople that, so long as the amils occupied such an impregnable residence, they would never do anything but oppress the people.[2] Geography[edit]

Indo-Gangetic Plain

The district of Auraiya
Auraiya
lies in the south-western portion of Uttar Pradesh 26.4667°N 79.5167°E and also forms a part of the Kanpur Division. It borders the districts of Kannauj
Kannauj
on the north, Etawah
Etawah
on the west, Ramabai Nagar district
Ramabai Nagar district
on the east, and Jalaun
Jalaun
to the south. It has an average elevation of 133 metres (436 feet). The Auraiya
Auraiya
District covers an area of 2,054 km2 (793 sq mi), of which more than one-third is designated rural. The main rivers which flows through the district are Yamuna
Yamuna
and Senger. The total length of the Yamuna
Yamuna
in the district is about 112 km. Auraiya
Auraiya
lies entirely in the Indo-Gangetic Plain, but its physical features vary considerably and are determined by the rivers which cross it.[2] Climate[edit] The District features an atypical version of the humid subtropical climate. Summers are long and the weather is extremely hot from early April to mid-October, with the monsoon season in between. The average annual rainfall in the district is 792 mm. About 85% of the annual normal rainfall in the district is received during the south west monsoon months from June to September, August being the rainiest month. The brief, mild winter starts in late November, peaks in January and heavy fog often occurs. Temperatures in the district range from 3 to 46 °C, with May being the hottest and January being the coolest month. During the rainy season the relative humidity is generally high being over 70%. Thereafter the humidity decreases and by summer which is the driest part of the year the relative humidity in the afternoons become less than 30%. Cultivable Land[edit] The area of cultivable land in the district in 1990-91 was 141624 hectares. According to the 1990-91 agricultural survey, the total number of active cultivable lands remained to be 151838. Most of the cultivables are small. The count of cultivables less than 0.5 hectares remained to be 47.65%, and between 0.5 & 1.0 hectares the culivables remained to be 23.76%, and 1.0 to 2.0, it were 17.33%, and 2.0 to 4.0 hectare cultivable land's percentage was 8.54%, and more than 4.0 it were 2.72%. Civic Administration[edit] As of 2012, Auraiya
Auraiya
district comprises 2 tehsils ( Auraiya
Auraiya
and Bidhuna), 2 census towns, 7 statutory towns (Ajitmal, Bhagyanagar, Sahar, Bidhuna, Achalda, Erwakatra and Auraiya) and 841 villages. It also has its own Nagar Palika Parishad.in 2014 a new tehsil ajitmal comes in existence. Jai Prakash Sagar, IAS is the current District Magistrate. He joined District Auraiya
Auraiya
in 2017.And Dr. Kamlesh Pathak M.LC , Ramesh divakar current M.L.A. Politics[edit] Auraiya
Auraiya
District comes partly under Etawah
Etawah
Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
constituency and partly under kannauj. Ashok Kumar Doharey, (Bharatiya Janata Party) is the current Member of Parliament from the Etawah
Etawah
(Lok Sabha constituency).while Dimple yadav (samajwadi party) is current member of parliament from kannauj constituency. Ashok Kumar Doharey is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
of India. He represented the Etawah constituency of Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Etawah
Etawah
constituency was reserved seat for scheduled caste category. In Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
legislative assembly election, 2012 Samajwadi Party's candidates won all three Assembly seats of the district.

Auraiya- Ramesh Diwakar (BJP) Bidhuna- Pramod Kumar Gupta (SP) Dibiyapur- Pradeep Kumar Yadav (SP).

Economy[edit] Auraiya
Auraiya
district is one of the backward districts in industrial sector declared by the government of Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
state. Only the two town areas, Dibiyapur
Dibiyapur
and Auraiya, are equipped with main industries. Small Scale Industries[edit] The Rice-mills and Dal-mills are working well there in Dibiyapur
Dibiyapur
and Auraiya. Other than these mills some steel furniture and cement products small scale industries are there in Auraiya
Auraiya
district located at different places. The raw material for these small scale industries is imported from Agra
Agra
and Kanpur. Mainly, the rice, pulses and desi ghee is transported at large scale to the other districts and states. In the Auraiya
Auraiya
city itself the wooden furniture work is on large scale and due to its cost and quality factor, the furniture has made a good place in the market of nearby districts. Dibiyapur
Dibiyapur
is notable industrial town of this district which has installations of India's leading Public Sector Enterprises viz. 663 MW Combined cycle power plant of NTPC,[3] Petrochemical plant and Gas compressor station of GAIL.[4] The Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Petrochemical Complex(UPPC) of Gas Authority of India
India
Limited is located at Pata, Distt. Auraiya, U.P. It was set up in accordance with GAIL's mission to maximise the value addition from each fraction of Natural Gas. Transport[edit]

Phaphund
Phaphund
(Dibiyapur) Railway Station

NH-2

Rail[edit] District has 8 Railway Station/Halt.The district is well served by its "A" graded Phaphund
Phaphund
(Dibiyapur)railway station. Length of Railway Line in the district is 33 km. & it comes under North Central Railway zone. Click here to go to article about Phaphund(Dibiyapur) railway station. Road[edit] Towns and villages are well equipped with a web of roads as it is the major way of transportation in the region. National Highway 2 (Mughal Road) pass from the southern part of the district. District's headquarters Auraiya
Auraiya
is at 64 km distance from Etawah
Etawah
and 105 km from Kanpur. Auraiya
Auraiya
Bus Station is situated on National Highway 2. Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
State Road Transport Corporation operates buses to all cities in Uttar Pradesh. Regular buses ply from Auraiya to Kannauj, Kanpur, Agra, Allahabad
Allahabad
and Faizabad. Demographics[edit] According to the 2011 census Auraiya
Auraiya
district has a population of 1,372,287,[1] roughly equal to the nation of Swaziland[5] or the US state of Hawaii.[6] This gives it a ranking of 357th in India
India
(out of a total of 640).[1] The district has a population density of 681 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,760/sq mi) .[1] Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 16.3%.[1] Auraiya has a sex ratio of 864 females for every 1000 males,[1] and a literacy rate of 80.25%.[1] Auraiya
Auraiya
Tilak Degree College Ajitmal
Ajitmal
is the famous town of the district in field of education. Janta maha vidhyalaya, janta inter college, jawahar navodaya school, M R Educational Institute, BTC training centre DIET and Bal Vikas Sansthan are the excellent institutes of Ajitmal. Religion[edit]

Religions in Auraiya
Auraiya
District

Religion

Percent

Hindus

92.32%

Muslims

7.39%

In 1991, Hindus
Hindus
percentage was 92.79% against the state average of 83.76% and 6.63% of Muslims
Muslims
as compared to the state average of 15.48%. The remaining 0.58% of the district population was Sikhs, Christians, Jains and Buddhists. Culture[edit] Dance & Music[edit] Popular varieties of folk music prevalent throughout western U.P. e.g. the Allaha, Phaag, Kajari and Rasiyas, etc. are popular in this district as well, and are sung at different times of the year. Folk songs known as Dhola, Unchari and Langadia are also very common in the villages. Bhajans, Kirtan
Kirtan
in a chorus to the accomplishment of musical instruments is very much liked by the inhabitants of the district. A number of open air performances, combining the rural style of folk music and dancing with a central theme are a regular feature of rural life in the district. The dance named Banjasha is one of the most popular folk dances of villagers of the district. Nautankis and dramas based on mythology are often staged and attract large gatherings, particularly in the villages. Festivals and Fairs[edit] Diwali
Diwali
and Rama Navami
Rama Navami
are popular festivals in the District. Other festivals are Vijayadashami, Makar Sankranti, Vasant Panchami, Ayudha Puja, Ganga Mahotsava, Janmashtami, Maha Shivaratri, Hanuman Jayanti and Eid. Cuisine[edit] A typical day-to-day traditional vegetarian meal of the district, like any other North Indian thali, consists of roti (flatbread), chawal, dal, sabji, raita and papad. Many people still drink the traditional drink chaach with meals. On festive occasions, usually 'tava' (flat pan for roti) is considered inauspicious, and instead fried foods are consumed. A typical festive thali consists of puri, kachori, sabji, pulav, papad, raita, salad and desserts (such as sewai or kheer). Wheat
Wheat
constitutes the staple food of the people, other materials commonly consumed here as food being maize, barley, gram and jowar. Chapaties prepared from kneaded wheat or corn flour are generally eaten with dal or gur and milk. The pulses consumed here are urd, arhar, moong, chana, masur etc. Sweets occupy an important place in the diet and are eaten at social ceremonies. People make distinctive sweetmeats from milk products, including khurchan, peda, gulabjamun, petha, jalebi, makkhan malai, and cham cham. The samosa, gol-gappa, chaat and Paan
Paan
is consumed across the whole district for its flavour and ingredients.

Different varieties of sabji

Dal
Dal
Makhani, popular meal

North Indian Thali

Puri
Puri
on festivals

Gol-Gappa

Samosa
Samosa
with chutney

Chaat

Jalebi

Dress[edit] The people of Auraiya
Auraiya
have colorful and different attires. The sari is the most favourite dress of ladies of all denominations, though women in shalwar kameez combinations are usually met with. The men in village use to wear the traditional attires like kurtas, lungis, dhotis and payjama. The collerless khadi (homespun cloth) jackets known as 'Nehru Jackets' are also popular. The Muslim women wear the traditional all enveloping 'burqa' and the men use to wear a round cap on their head. Media[edit] A number of newspapers and periodicals are published in Hindi, English, and Urdu. Amar Ujala, Dainik Bhaskar, and Dainik Jagran, have a wide circulation, with local editions published from several important cities. Major English language newspapers which are published and sold are The Times of India, Hindustan Times
Hindustan Times
& The Hindu. Multi system operators provide a mix of Hindi, English, Bengali, Nepali and international channels via cable. Cell phone providers include Vodafone, Airtel, BSNL, Reliance Communications, Uninor, Aircel, Tata Indicom, Idea Cellular, and Tata DoCoMo. Sports[edit] Cricket
Cricket
and football are the most popular sports in the district. There are several cricket grounds, or maidans, located across the region. See also[edit]

GAIL
GAIL
D.A.V. Public School

References[edit]

^ a b c d e f g "District Census 2011". Census2011.co.in. 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-30.  ^ a b c [1] ^ NTPC ^ GAIL ^ US Directorate of Intelligence. "Country Comparison:Population". Retrieved 2011-10-01. Swaziland
Swaziland
1,370,424  ^ "2010 Resident Population Data". U. S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original on 2013-10-19. Retrieved 2011-09-30. Hawaii 1,360,301 

External links[edit]

Official website Dibiyapur
Dibiyapur
travel guide from Wikivoyage

Places adjacent to Auraiya
Auraiya
district

Kannauj
Kannauj
district

Etawah
Etawah
district

Auraiya
Auraiya
district

Ramabai Nagar district

Jalaun
Jalaun
district

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Cities and towns in Auraiya
Auraiya
district

Auraiya

Achhalda Atasu Auraiya Babarpur Ajitmal Bidhuna Dibiyapur Phaphund

Other districts

Agra Aligarh Allahabad Ambedkar Nagar Amethi Amroha Azamgarh Badaun Bagpat Bahraich Ballia Balrampur Banda Barabanki Bareilly Basti Bhimnagar Bijnor Bulandshahr Chandauli Chitrakoot Deoria Etah Etawah Faizabad Farrukhabad Fatehpur Firozabad Gautam Buddha Nagar Ghaziabad Ghazipur Gonda Gorakhpur Hamirpur Hardoi Hathras Jalaun Jaunpur Jhansi Kannauj Kanpur
Kanpur
Nagar Kanshi Ram Nagar Kaushambi Kushinagar Lakhimpur Kheri Lalitpur Lucknow Maharajganj Mahoba Mainpuri Mathura Mau Meerut Mirzapur Moradabad Muzaffarnagar Panchsheel Nagar Pilibhit Prabuddhanagar Pratapgarh Raebareli Ramabai Nagar Rampur Saharanpur Sant Kabir Nagar Sant Ravidas Nagar Shahjahanpur Shravasti Siddharthnagar Sitapur Sonbhadra Sultanpur Unnao Varanasi

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Divisions and Districts of Uttar Pradesh, India

Agra
Agra
division

Agra Firozabad Mainpuri Mathura

Aligarh
Aligarh
division

Aligarh Etah Hathras Kasganj

Allahabad
Allahabad
division

Allahabad Fatehpur Kaushambi Pratapgarh

Azamgarh division

Azamgarh Ballia Mau

Bareilly
Bareilly
division

Bareilly Budaun Pilibhit Shahjahanpur

Basti division

Basti Sant Kabir Nagar Siddharthnagar

Chitrakoot division

Banda Chitrakoot Hamirpur Mahoba

Devipatan division

Bahraich Balrampur Gonda Shravasti

Faizabad
Faizabad
division

Ambedkar Nagar Amethi Barabanki Faizabad Sultanpur

Gorakhpur division

Deoria Gorakhpur Kushinagar Maharajganj

Jhansi division

Jalaun Jhansi Lalitpur

Kanpur
Kanpur
division

Auraiya Etawah Farrukhabad Kannauj Kanpur
Kanpur
Nagar Kanpur
Kanpur
Dehat

Lucknow division

Hardoi Lakhimpur Kheri Lucknow Raebareli Sitapur Unnao

Meerut division

Bagpat Bulandshahr Gautam Buddh Nagar Ghaziabad Hapur Meerut

Mirzapur division

Mirzapur Sant Ravidas Nagar Sonbhadra

Moradabad division

Amroha Bijnor Moradabad Rampur Sambhal

Saharanpur division

Muzaffarnagar Saharanpur Shamli

Varanasi division

Chandauli Ghazipur Jaunpur Varanasi

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Kanpur division
Kanpur division
topics

General

Doab Dainik Jagran National Chambal Sanctuary Lakh Bahosi Sanctuary

Mythology, history

Panchala Panchala
Panchala
Kingdom Siege of Cawnpore Second Battle of Cawnpore

Districts

Auraiya Etawah Farrukhabad Kannauj Kanpur
Kanpur
Negar Kanpur
Kanpur
Dehat

Tehsils

Saifai

Rivers, dams, lakes

Chambal Ganges Kali Ramganga Sindh Yamuna Ganges
Ganges
Barrage Moti Jheel

Languages, people

Awadhi Braj Bhasha Hindustani Kannauji Khariboli Standard Hindi Urdu

Transport

NH 2 Grand Trunk Road NH 26 NH 86 NH 96 SMSKBT Kanpur
Kanpur
over-bridge Kanpur
Kanpur
Airport IIT Kanpur
Kanpur
Airport Kanpur
Kanpur
Civil Airport Kanpur
Kanpur
Central railway station Kanpur
Kanpur
Anwarganj railway station Govind Nagar Panki Chandari Junction railway station Chakeri Shuklaganj Rawatpur Kalianpur Mandhana Bithoor Chobepur Maharajpur Saifai
Saifai
Airport Sarsaul Bhaupur Gangaghat Magarwara Howrah– Delhi
Delhi
main line Lucknow– Kanpur
Kanpur
Suburban Railway Kanpur
Kanpur
Monorail Kanpur
Kanpur
Metro Kanpur
Kanpur
Metropolitan Bus Service

Industries

Panki Thermal Power Station Lohia Machinery Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India British India
India
Corporation Rupani Footwear

Institutes of higher learning

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology Harcourt Butler Technological Institute Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Textile Technology Institute University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kanpur List of engineering colleges in Kanpur Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College U.P. Rural Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Medical Sciences University

Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
constituencies in Megapolitan Region

Kanpur Akbarpur Ghatampur Bilhaur Unnao Auraiya Fatehpur Sikandra

See also

Cities and towns in Auraiya
Auraiya
district Cities and towns in Etawah
Etawah
district Cities and towns in Farrukhabad
Farrukhabad
district Cities and towns in Kannauj
Kannauj
district Cities and towns in Kanpur
Kanpur
district Cities and towns in Ramabai Nagar district Villages in Auraiya
Auraiya
district Villages in Etawah
Etawah
district Villages in Farrukhabad
Farrukhabad
district Villages in Kannauj
Kannauj
district Villages in Kanpur
Kanpur
district Villages in Ramabai Nagar district People from Etawah People from Farrukhabad People from Kanpur People from Ramabai Nagar district Kanpur
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Agra Aligarh Allahabad Azamgarh Bareilly Basti Chitrakoot Devipatan Faizabad Gorakhpur Jhansi Lucknow Meerut Mirzapur Moradabad Saharanpur Varanasi

Coordinates: 26°28′00″N 79°31′00″E / 26.4667°N 79.5167°E

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