Azamgarh is a city located in the eastern part of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is the administrative headquarters of the Azamgarh district and is situated at a distance of about 270 kilometers from the state capital, Lucknow. The city has a rich history and cultural heritage and is known for its historical landmarks, educational institutions, and religious places.
Azamgarh has a rich and varied history. It was initially a part of the ancient kingdom of Kashi (modern-day Varanasi) and was later ruled by various dynasties, including the Mauryas, Guptas, and Mughals. During the medieval period, the region was under the control of various Muslim rulers, including the Delhi Sultanate and the Mughals. In the 18th century, the city came under the control of the Nawabs of Awadh and later the British.
Azamgarh has a rich cultural heritage and is known for its art, music, and literature. The city has produced many renowned artists, poets, and writers. The famous Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi was born in the village of Mijwan in Azamgarh district. The city is also known for its folk art forms such as the Banaras gharana of Hindustani classical music, the Chhau dance, and the Banarasi saree.
Azamgarh is home to many religious places of importance. The city has a significant Muslim population, and there are several mosques and dargahs in the area. The Jama Masjid and the Madina Masjid are two of the most famous mosques in the city. The dargah of Baba Raghav Das is also a popular pilgrimage spot for Hindus and Muslims alike.
Azamgarh is known for its educational institutions, and there are several schools and colleges in the city. The city has a significant number of engineering and medical colleges, including the M.S.Y. Medical College and the Azamgarh Engineering College. The city is also home to the Shibli National College, which is one of the oldest educational institutions in the country.
Azamgarh has an agricultural-based economy, and the city is known for its production of crops such as rice, wheat, and sugarcane. The city also has a significant number of small and medium-sized industries, including handloom weaving, pottery, and brickmaking. The city is well-connected to other parts of the state, which has helped in the growth of its economy.
Azamgarh is a popular tourist destination, and there are several historical landmarks and religious places in the city that attract visitors. The city has many monuments of historical significance, including the Jama Masjid and the ruins of the fort of Raja Todar Mal. The Ramkola temple, located on the banks of the Ghaghra river, is another popular pilgrimage spot in the area.
Azamgarh is well-connected to other parts of the state and the country through road and rail. The city is located on the National Highway 31 and is well-connected to other major cities such as Lucknow, Varanasi, and Gorakhpur. The city also has a railway station that is connected to major cities in the region.
|S.No||Tehsil / Taluk Name||District Name||State Name|
|2||Budan Pur||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|4||Budhan Pur||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|7||Godhan Pur||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|8||Jahana Ganj||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|9||Lal Ganj||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|11||Meh Nagar||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|13||Mehnagar **||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|15||Nizama Bad||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|17||Nizamabad **||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|19||Phool Pur||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|20||Phool Pur.||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|22||Phul Pur||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|
|24||Phuool Pur||Azamgarh||Uttar Pradesh|