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Aurangabad, Bulandshahr

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Country  India
District  Bulandshahr
Population  26,544 (2011)
State  Uttar Pradesh
Time zone  IST (UTC+5:30)
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Aurangabad is a nagar panchayat in the Bulandshahr district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

Contents

Map of Aurangabad, Uttar Pradesh

Geography

Aurangabad is located at the following coordinates: 28.50°N 77.96°E / 28.50; 77.96.

About

Aurangabad Saiyid, as its name suggests, is inherited by Sayyed's of Aurangabad. Dada Murad Ali Shah Sahib established Aurangabad after winning it under the Mughal empire. There are many personalities from Sayyed families known in their times, from Dada Murad Ali Sahib to Dada Jeevan Ali Sahib. Sayed Saeed Ul Hasan Sahib, (Ex-minister, UP Govt.), is one of the most famous leaders of western India up to 90's from Aurangabad. Today Sayed Himayat Ali and Sayed Hussain Ali are taking forward the political background of the Late Mr Saeedul Hasan Sahib. Aurangabad is a bustling market and lies on the state highway, connecting Bulandshahr and Garhmukteshwar, which then further leads to Moradabad. It is about 15 km from Bulandshahr towards Garhmukteshwar. This is a famous Gur Mandi and a trade center in the area. In the center of Aurangabad is situated an Old Mosque - Jama Masjid and an old Nageshwar Mahadev temple. Old Nageshwar Mahadev temple is the most famous monument in Aurangabad and nearby the temple is a 'RAM LEELA' Ground. Aurangabad is divided into 15 wards. Jama Masjid is a famous place in Aurangabad. Aurangabad connects the roads; Jahangirabad, Bulandshahr and Garhmukteshwar to each other. Sega Jagatpur, Saidpur, Lakhaoti are the nearby villages to Aurangabad. Aurangabad is a city in Maharashtra state in India. It’s known for the 17th-century marble Bibi Ka Maqbara shrine, styled on the Taj Mahal. The nearby Shivaji Maharaj Museum, dedicated to the Maratha king Shivaji, displays war weapons and a coin collection. North of the city, the Aurangabad Caves contain ancient rock-cut Buddhist shrines. West of the city, battlements surround the medieval Daulatabad Fort.

Trade

Aurangabad is part of a growing potato belt and has a cold storage facility named "Mehboob Cold Storage Pvt Ltd" founded and promoted by Late Mian "Syed Mohd Jammel" - a successful businessman in the region. Now, the business is managed by his widow & sons: Mohammadi Tayyaba Bibi (D/o. Late Mian Matloob Ali, erstwhile Zamindar of Jarool and Chairman of Town Area - Aurangabad) and Syed Mohd Kafeel, Syed Mohd Nadeem and Syed Mohd Javed. Aurangabad also has many mango orchids, most famous the "Hussaini Bagh" is managed by heirs of Mian "Syed Jeevan Ali". Sugar Mill Anamika Sugar Mills Pvt Ltd (Agauta Sugar Mills Pvt Ltd) is a sugar mill located near Aurangabad at Bhandoria village. Aurangabad is also known for its Pesticides shops. Of which the famous shop Kisan Beej Bhandar is owned by Mr. Pramod Kumar Sharma of the Badshahpur Talab village.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census, Aurangabad had a population of 20,072. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Aurangabad has an average literacy rate of 43%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 55%, and female literacy is 30.5%. In Aurangabad, 19% of the population is under 6 years of age.

References

Aurangabad, Bulandshahr Wikipedia


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