Baraut is a city and municipal board in Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Office of Baraut Municipality
Office of Baraut Municipality
Baraut is located in Uttar Pradesh
Baraut is located in India
Coordinates: 29°10′02″N 77°26′29″E / 29.16722°N 77.44139°ECoordinates: 29°10′02″N 77°26′29″E / 29.16722°N 77.44139°E
StateUttar Pradesh
 • BodyMunicipality
 • ChairpersonDushyant Tomar
 • Total10.36 km2 (4.00 sq mi)
231 m (758 ft)
 • Total103,764
 • OfficialHindi, English
 • RegionalKhari Boli
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code91-1234 xxx xxx
Vehicle registrationUP-17
Sex ratio70.22% /51.12%
Literacy rate61.41%


Baraut is located at 29.6°N 77.16°E, covering an area of 10.36 square kilometers (4.00 sq mi) and lying between the Ganga and Yamuna river plains. Its average elevation is 231 m (758 feet). Baraut is served by two state highways, SH-57 and SH-82.

Baraut is located 55 kilometers (34 mi) from Delhi (the national capital of India) and 55 kilometers from Meerut, and is within the National Capital Region (NCR). It is within Baghpat district; prior to that, within Meerut district. Baraut is well linked by road to Binauli to the east, to Chhaprauli to the northwest, and Kotana to the west.


According to provisional report of 2011 census, Baraut city had a population of 103,764 with estimated male, female, and child (0–6) populations of 55,013, 48,751, and 14,149 respectively. The overall literacy rate for the district was 61.41%. 70.22% males and 51.12% females were literate.[1]

Administration and Politics

Baraut is one of the 403 constituencies of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly, India. The first election of this assembly constituency was held in 1957 after the "DPACO (1956)" (delimitation order 1956) was passed in 1956.[2] After the 1969 elections, the constituency was dissolved. In 2008, when the "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008" was passed, the constituency was re-constituted and elections were held in 2012. The constituency is assigned identification number 51.

Baraut is part of the National Capital Region (NCR).

Culture and religions

Baraut is a multi-religious place with 32 temples, 21 mosques, 1 gurdwara, and 2 churches in Baraut city.[3]


Despite a low literacy rate for females and a low overall literacy rate, Baraut city is continually seeing growth in the education sector.

Several C.B.S.E. schools have started separate girls’ schools, including Growell School, Johar Public School, J.P. Public School, Vidyasagar School, Doon Public School, and Vanasthali Public School.

Christu Jyoti Convent Senior Secondary School is the only ICSE senior secondary school in Baghpat district.

There are branches of popular brands of primary and secondary schools in or near Baraut, including Zee Learn's Kidzee Play School and Mount Litera Zee School.

Although the city was famous for general (non-professional) higher-degree courses at its own popular and established schools—such as Digambar Jain College, Janta Vedic College, Babu Kamta Prasad Jain Mahila Vidhyalaya—students, after passing their intermediate (+2), often went to the metropolitan cities for higher studies. However, in recent years, Baraut city has seen growth in graduation and post-graduation colleges offering professional and management courses. The list of such colleges includes Gayatri Devi College of Education, Kalindi College, Baraut College of Education.

Baraut city has seen a growth in professional computer education.


Baraut is a commercial hub in various segments, with many long-established agriculture and dairy production facilities. Most of the people from nearby villages purchase their supplies in Baraut, as well as depending on the town to meet their educational and medical needs.


Healthcare facilities in the city include large hospital/healthcare facilities such as Aastha Multi-speciality Hospital, NABH-accredited Baraut Medicity Hospital, and Bhopal Memorial Hospital. Baraut also has practitioners of homeopathic, and Ayurvedic medicine.

Must Visits

This city falls under the areas of Laakshagrah which is a historical background from the time of Pandavas. So, there are many nearby places to be visited here. These are:

  • Barnawa
  • Gufa (Cave)
  • Badagaov
  • Hastinapur

See also


  1. ^ "Census 2011 India".
  2. ^ "DPACO (1956)". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 16 December 2018.
  3. ^ "About Baraut". 2002. Archived from the original on 10 April 2007. Retrieved 15 July 2018.

External links

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Binauli (Hindi: बिनौली, Urdu: بنولي‎) is a small town in Baghpat district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Binauli is between Baraut and Barnava on Meerut road. Binauli is a religious Village, with many Hindu Jain's temples. It is under in NCR PLAN. It has on block, with one Police Station, Government Hospital, and a Post Office. Binauli is about 13 km from Baraut, 42 km from Meerut and 70 km from Delhi.


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Gopalpur Khadana

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Janta Vedic College

Janta Vedic College (Jat college) is a college in Baraut in Baghpat District in Uttar Pradesh India.

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Lokesh Dixit

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Sah Mal

Sah Mal ( –1857) was a rebel at the time of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, based out of the village of Bijrol, Uttar Pradesh. He led the Jats of Baraut in rebellion against the East India Company.In June 1857, Sah Mal seized 500 head of cattle, and collected escaped convicts and other locals and formed a force. On 18 July, British forces came under attack as they approached the village of Baraut. A group of fighters led by Sah Mal took up positions in a nearby orchard, and came under pressed attack by a Rifles unit. The Jat formation broke, and were attacked on the flank by mounted troops. Hand-to-hand combat ensued, during with Sah Mal was killed.

Sarurpur Kalan

Sarurpur Kalan, or Saroorpur Kalan, is a large village about 10 km north of Baghpat, in Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh state, India. It is located halfway between Baghpat and Baraut. Towns near Sarurpur are Murthal and Rai in the west, Kutana in the north and Daula in the east. Baraut Railway Station approx 11 km, sujra railway station is 5 km approx and Indira Gandhi International Airport are the nearest railway station and airport.

Sarurpur Kalan is a large village contains approx 13,000 population and 75% literacy rate and is mostly inhabited by traders and farmers. Most of the population consists of Jats, Muslims, Jains. its nearest by baraut town. Baraut is located at 29.6°N 77.16°E. It has an average elevation of 231 m (758 feet). It is also famous for producing rim and axles, which are used all over India in motor vehicles.

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