Nanauta

Nanauta is a town and a nagar panchayat in Saharanpur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Nanauta is located on Saharanpur Delhi Highway. It is 32 km from Saharanpur city.

Nanauta
Town
Nanauta is located in Uttar Pradesh
Nanauta
Nanauta
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Nanauta is located in India
Nanauta
Nanauta
Nanauta (India)
Coordinates: 29°42′43″N 77°25′01″E / 29.712°N 77.417°ECoordinates: 29°42′43″N 77°25′01″E / 29.712°N 77.417°E
Country India
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictSaharanpur
Elevation
255 m (837 ft)
Population
(2011)
 • Total22,551
Languages
 • OfficialHindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registrationUP
Websiteup.gov.in

Demographics

As of 2011 India census,[1] Nanauta had a population of 22,551. Males constitute 52.53% of the population and females 47.46%. Nanauta has an average literacy rate of 68.26%, lower than the national average of 74.04%: male literacy is 75.84%, and female literacy is 59.9%. In Nanauta, 14.51% of the population is under 6 years of age. Nanauta and the adjoining villages are home to the Ror Tyagi Jat Gujjar Rajput community

Education

  • Imam Bargah Sayyed Asad Ali Chatta
  • Gurudwara Girls School
  • Kisan Sewak Inter College
  • Harsh Modern Public School
  • BSM Degree College
  • BSM Global School
  • Hukum Singh Girls Degree College
  • Green Field Academy
  • Bright Home Public School
  • Government Degree College (Rajkiya Mahavidhyalya)
  • Radiant Public School
  • Chander Sain Convent academy
  • Holy Home Public School

References

  1. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 16 June 2004. Retrieved 1 November 2008.
Ahiyapur

Ahiyapur is a small village near Nanauta. Nanauta is a small town in Saharanpur district of Uttar Pradesh, located on State Highway 57 from Saharanpur to New Delhi.

Agriculture is the main source of income for almost all the villagers. Some people have started working in small industries and business in Nanauta..

Ambheta Mohan

Ambehta Mohan is a village situated in the Nanauta Mandal of Saharanpur District in Uttar Pradesh, India. Ambehta Mohan is located 11.90 kilometres from the Mandal headquarters in Nanauta and is 458 km distance from the state capital Lucknow.

Villages nearby include Jadauda Panda (1.6 km), Uumri Majbata (3.8 km), Mushkipur (4.0 km), Tilfara Ainabad (4.4 km), Balu Mazra (4.6 km), Lukadari (5.0 km), and Sisauni (5.1 km).

Bahadur Shah I

Bahadur Shah (Persian: بہادر شاه اول‎—Bahādur Shāh Awwal) (14 October 1643 – 27 February 1712), also known as Muhammad Muazzam (Persian: محمد معظم‎) and Shah Alam (Persian: شاه عالم‎) was the seventh Mughal emperor of India, ruled from 1707 until his death in 1712. In his youth, he conspired to overthrow his father Aurangzeb, the sixth Mughal emperor, and ascend to the throne a number of times. Shah's plans were intercepted by the emperor, who imprisoned him several times. In 1663, he was also imprisoned by Marathas for seven years. From 1696 to 1707, he was governor of Akbarabad (later known as Agra), Kabul and Lahore.

After Aurangzeb's death his eldest son by his chief consort, Muhammad Azam Shah, declared himself successor, however was shortly defeated in the Battle of Jajau and overthrown by Bahadur Shah. During the reign of Bahadur Shah, the Rajput states of Jodhpur and Amber were annexed for a short time. Shah also sparked an Islamic controversy in the khutba by inserting the declaration of Ali as wali. His reign was disturbed by several rebellions, the Sikhs under the leadership of Banda Singh Bahadur, Rajputs under Durgadas Rathore and fellow Mughal Kam Bakhsh. Bahadur Shah was buried in the Moti Masjid at Mehrauli in Delhi.

Gangoh (Assembly constituency)

Gangoh Assembly constituency (Hindi: गंगोह) is one of the 403 constituencies of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly, India. It is a part of the Saharanpur district and one of the five assembly constituencies in the Kairana (Lok Sabha constituency). First assembly election in this assembly constituency was conducted in 2012 after the constituency came into existence in the year 2008 as a result of the "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008".

Garhi Abdullakhan

Garhi Abdulla Khan is a village situated in Thana Bhawan Block of Shamli district. i.e. Tahsil OON Uttar Pradesh, India. The village was Established by the grand father of Baloch community, the late Mr. Abdullah Khan. The Abdullah Khan Shrine is still located at the central part of the village. It is one of the main villages among the alternates of Biloch community in Western Uttar Pradesh. It is located about 50 km kilometers from the mandal headquarters Saharanpur and 32 km from district headquarter Shamli. It's Located on Onn- Thanabhawan Road.This village is famous for Ramlila.All communities of this village are living with peacefully.In outer of this village, a temple is situated of Lord Shiva known as Shivalaya.

It's an ancient village there are three major religious ancient monuments mosque khan -Kaha and ancient temple Shivalaya dedicated to lord Shiva and Jain Temple of British Period dedicated to Lord Mahaveer Swami.There are first Nav Graha Temple of District Shamli known as Shani Dev Dham. It's located on Titron Road. There are two km belt of Mango Orchard towards Titron Road.

Major Schools And Colleges:

Chaudhary Dhiraj Singh Intermediate College affiliated to UP Board Allahabad.

SDS Public School affiliated to CBSE New Delhi. It's now a small town but it's under Gram Panchayat.

Nearest Airport: IGI Airport New Delhi (130 km)

Nearest Railway Station: Thanabhawan Town (12 km)- Rural

Nearest Major Railway Station: Shamli(32 km), Saharanpur(45 km), Karnal (46 km), Muzaffarnagar (45 km)

Major cities from Garhi Abdullah Khan:

Shamil 32 km

Muzaffarnagar 45 km

Saharanpur 45 km via Nanauta

Roorkee 73 km via Nanauta-Deoband

Meerut 95 km

Karnal 46 km

Major Tourism Spots Distance from Garhi Abdullah Khan:

Delhi 130 km

Agra 380 km

Dehradun (116.0 km) via NH 709B and Saharanpur Road

Mussoorie 155 km

Haridwar 105 km

Rishikesh (124.9 km) via MDR 2W and NH334

Badrinath 425 km

Kedarnath 390 km

Nainital 292 km (Via SH 12 & NH 709B)

Rnikhet 360 km

Lucknow 570 km

Chandigarh 176 km

Shimla 280

Manali 480

Amritsar 380 via NH 44

Atari Border 410 km via NH 44

Jammu 520 km

Srinagar 740 km

Leh 940 km

Imdadullah Muhajir Makki

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Muhammad Yaqub Nanautawi

Muhammad Yaqub Nanautawi (1833–1884) - alternately, Nanotvi - was an Indian Islamic scholar, and one of the earliest teachers of Islamic Madrassa in Deoband, famously called Darul Uloom Deoband in India.Muhammad Yaqub was born in 1833 in British India, in the town of Nanauta, part of the Saharanpur District of the modern province of Uttar Pradesh, India. His father, Mamluk Ali, was one of the senior Muslim scholars of India at the time, and the head of Oriental Studies at Madrassa Gaziuddin Khan. Muhammad Yaqub studied most of the Islamic sciences under his father. His teachers in Hadith were Shah Abd al-Ghani Mujaddidi and Ahmad Ali Saharanpuri.

Muhammad Yaqub began his career working for the British government in the Department of Education. Later when Dar al-Ulum Deoband was founded, the founder Muhammad Qasim Nanautawi asked him to join as one of the first faculty members. Muhammad Yaqub was the first sadr mudarris (head teacher) at Dar al-Ulum Deoband and held that position until his death. His students include most of the second-generation Islamic scholars such as Shaykh al-Hind Mahmud al-Hasan, Mufti Aziz al-Rahman Uthmani, and Ashraf Ali Thanwi.

Muhammad Yaqub trained in tasawwuf under Haji Imdadullah and received khilafah (authorization) from him in the Chishti, Naqshbandi, Qadiri, and Suhrawardi orders.He died of cholera at age 51 in 1884 and was buried in his hometown, Nanauta.

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Tilfara Ainabad

Tilfara Ainabad is a village situated in the Nanauta Mandal of Saharanpur District in Uttar Pradesh, India. Tilfara Ainabad is located 10.80 kilometres from the Mandal headquarters in Nanauta, 133 km distance from the national capital Delhi and is 458 km distance from the state capital Lucknow. Villages nearby include Jaroda Panda (5 km), Ambehta Mohan (4.4 km).

Tilfara Ainabad is a village panchayat located in the Saharanpur district of Uttar-Pradesh state,India. The latitude 29.58 and longitude 77.23 are the geocoordinate of the Tilfara Ainabad.

The surrounding nearby villages from Tilfara Ainabad are Nanauta, Nanhera Khurd Must., Ambehta Mohan, Mushkipur, Lukadari, Bhavasi Raipur, Uumri Majbata, Bhanhera Khemchand, Chaura, Balu Mazra, Baduli Navagaon, Shimlana Mu., Dadanpur, Thaska, Khudabaxpur, Nanauta Dehat, Kachrai, Sadhauli Dunichandpur, Dalheri, Khudana, Tikraul, Aulra, Babupura, Sizood, Indravali Kalyanpur, Chhachharauli, Bhatpura, Janderi, Bhojpur, Kanshipur, Sisauni, Chirao, Bharidin Daranpur, Mora, Anant Mao, Bahera Mu., Bud Gaon, Landhaura, Pando Kheri, Jhabiran, Abha, Bhains Rao, Chandpur Mazbatta, Jadauda Panda, Kanjoli, Kuwa Khera, Madhopur, Maheshpur Mu., Sabbipur.

Barag is a famous building in Tilfara Ainabad. Its name derives from the word barrack, used in British time.

Shiv Mandir temple is famous for its idols.

Cities and towns in Saharanpur district
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