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Country  India
District  Fatehpur
Time zone  IST (UTC+5:30)
Local time  Monday 3:09 AM
State  Uttar Pradesh
Named for  Maharaja Khadagsen
Elevation  107 m
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Khaga (Hindi: खागा, Urdu: کھاگہ‎) is a town and a nagar panchayat in Fatehpur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Khaga is situated on NH 19, between two important cities: Allahabad, which is also known as "Prayag", and Kanpur of the state Uttar Pradesh. Fatehpur is well connected with those cities by train routes and roads. The distance from Allahabad is 86 km and from Kanpur is 102 km by railway. The north boundary of the district is limited by the river Ganges and its southern boundary is the river Yamuna.It is the sub district of Niteeesh Kumar and Adarsh Kumar.

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Map of Khaga, Uttar Pradesh 212655

History

The town of Khaga is said to have been established by a brave ruler belonging to the martial Ark or Suryavanshi】clan, named Maharaja Khadagsen (also referred to as Khadag Singh). Maharaja Khadagsen Was The Son Of Maharaja Dalpatsen . Maharaja Dalpatsen Belongs to Raja Kanaksen Family And Raja Kanaksen Was a Bloodline Of Raja Kush . And Raja Kush Was The Son Of Lord Rama . The Ark or Suryavanshi who ruled doaba region post Gupta period, came to control large parts of Fatehpur district (including Ayah and Khaga) and parts of Allahabad region under Khadagsen's rule. It is also said that Suryavanshi kshatriya (also referred to as 'Arkawanshi' अर्कवंशी) rulers conducted Dashashwamegha yajnas (Horse sacrifices) in the doab region (area between Ganges and Yamuna) to prove their supremacy. Their power decayed with the rise of competing powers in the form of other Rajputs and Muslims. Fort Was was situated near Kukri kukra lake but is now in ruins, however many people say that there was a fort there. Many stories about Maharaja Khadagsen were destroyed during the British Raj, or by singrour Ruler Dariyao Singh. That's the reason the history was lost.

Colleges

Schools and Colleges

  • St. Mary's School,
  • Shukdeo Inter College,
  • Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College,
  • Saraswati Shishu Mandir,
  • janhitkari inter college,
  • Saraswati Bal Mandir,
  • Rani Chandra Prabha P.G. College,
  • Ramesh Kalyan kari high school.
  • Asha Singh Balika Inter College.
  • Kamla Balika Inter College
  • Yamuna Public School
  • A.P.S. International School
  • Girija Devi P.G. College
  • A.S.D.S.P.G. College
  • U.Y.Memorial Public School
  • Late K.K.Modern Public School
  • Nancy Career School
  • Desh Bhakt Vidya Mandir
  • Ujjawal Singh Mahavidyalaya
  • Ma Gaura Siksha Sadan Inter College
  • Geography

    Khaga is located at 25.78°N 81.12°E / 25.78; 81.12. It has an average elevation of 107 metres (351 feet).

    Demographics

    As of 2001 India census, Khaga had a population of 12,0020. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Khaga has an average literacy rate of 66%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 72%, and female literacy is 53%. In Khaga, 20% of the population is under 6 years of age.

    Newspapers

  • Dainik Jagran Fatehpur Edition
  • Inext
  • Amar Ujala Compact
  • Hindustan
  • Daily Times
  • Fatehpur Rangshala Hindi weekly
  • Mulk E Haalat Urdu weekly
  • Doaba Varta
  • Railways

    This city is connected with important cities by train. Fatehpur Station is on the main route of New Delhi-kolkata. Trains are available frequently. It has big platform of any station on the route from Howrah to Delhi. On 10 July 2011, a derailment near Malwan killed 200 passengers, and injured at least 1500, after the driver reportedly slammed on the emergency brakes because cattle were on the tracks.

    References

    Khaga Wikipedia


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