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Naugawan Sadat is a town and a Tehsil in Amroha district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

Nowgawan Sadat
Nowgawan Sadat is located in Uttar Pradesh
Nowgawan Sadat
Nowgawan Sadat
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 28°59′N 78°25′E / 28.983°N 78.417°E / 28.983; 78.417Coordinates: 28°59′N 78°25′E / 28.983°N 78.417°E / 28.983; 78.417
Country  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Amroha
Founded by Syed Molana fakruddin Abidi and Syed Molana Jalaluddin Abidi
 • Type Elected member
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 32,954
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration UP 23


Naugawan Khurd came into existence in 948 A.H. (according to Abjad its total no. is same)(1541 AD) by Maulana Syed Jalaluddin and Maulana Syed Fakhruddin s/o Maulana Mohammad Imam buried in Delhi, the Sajjad Nashin of Nizamudin Aulia.

According to Qari Sahab it came into existence in 820 A.H. (1417 AD) as Naugawan Kalan. To the north of it was Vazirabad (Present Name: Amroha). Maulana Fakhrudin and Maulana Jalaludin, the two sons of Maulana Mohd Imam, came here as a preacher of Islam and were successful in it. Their sons inhabited here and spread in thousands till date. Many of them migrate to different parts of the world. Naugawan Sadat is a place about which a lot of people had written in their own styles. It is a famous town not only in India, its entire world. It is situated in the Western Uttar Pradesh’s district J. P. Nagar (Amroha) India. This is just within 100 Km. radius of Delhi. One can look about this famous town at various websites and books; therefore we are giving here just a small introduction about the Naugawan Sadat.

Naugawan Sadat set a very good example of the unity in diversity because people from different castes and religion lives there happily and prosperously. As there are many mosques located in Naugawan Sadat, there is one temple also situated in the middle of the town. In this temple worship of God is done according to the Hindu religion. Naugawan Sadat is settled only at a distance of 12 Km from the district Amroha at Amroha –Bijnor road .

This road was built by Mr. Gleban near about 1936. There are a lot of villages located on that road like Belna, Rampur, Peela Kund, Maqdoompur etc. The area of Naugawan Sadat is near about 1400 Acers. The people of Naugawan Sadat are involved in almost every profession but it is one of the major hub for the Beeri and Khadi (Cotton) business. There are some big companies of Beeri and Khadi in Naugawan Sadat about which we will discuss later in detail.

There is a good strength of government servant in Naugawan Sadat also. Almost every facility is available in Naugawan Sadat which is useful for livelihood like crusher, flour grinding machines, oil extracting machines, wood frame machines, and other necessary things.

The two days of a week (i.e. Tuesday and Wednesday) are assigned for famous markets that are Mangal Bazaar and Budh Bazaar. Due to these markets the name of their locality is Mohalla Budh Bazar and Mohalla Mangal Bazar. There was also a routine market which starts on every Saturday but it is closed now. Famous bank services available in Naugawan Sadat are Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, Prathama Bank and District Cooperative Bank.

The roads are very smooth and in strong condition. Water supply and electric facility is also good in Naugawan Sadat. In educational field there is primary school to degree college like New Public School, Sakina Public School, Fatima Girls Inter College, Khatijatul Kubra School, Jamia-tul-Muntazar Primary School, Fareedi Memorial School, S.A.M. Inter College, Kisan Inter College, Sahas Degree College and many more. There are also 3 I.T.I colleges in Naugawan Sadat.

One of the major popularity of Naugawan Sadat is its pioneer religious education. There are four world famous religious school in Naugawan Sadat that are Jamia-Babul Ilm, Jamia-tul-Muntazar, Alia Jafariya, and Ansaarul Uloom. There are more than two government hospitals and Ambulance service in Naugawan sadat. There 15-20 pharmacy shops in the main market of Naugawan Sadat. There are 20-25 medical clinics and 200-300 general stores in the town .There is a big strength of Mosques , Imambargahs and Peer’s Mazaars in Naugawan Sadat. There are almost 70 mosques, 30 Imambargahs, 20-25 peers (Shaheed) situated all over the Naugawan Sadat. Also there are some ponds and lakes available in the town. The other USPs of the town are its mango orchards, Azaadari in the month of Muharram and the famous Gajar ka halwa in the winter season.


As of 2001 India census,[2] Nowgawan Sadat had a population of 27,075. Males constituted 52% of the population and females 48%. Nowgawan Sadat has an average literacy rate of 84%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 91%, and female literacy is 51%. Children under six are 18% of the population. Naugawan Sadat is dominated by Yadavs and Muslims.[3] The constituency has 2.76 lakh voters, of which 95,000 are Muslims, 36,000 Yadavs and 25,000 SC. The constituency has an equal number of fragmented Jat, Gurjar and Chauhan votes.[4]

Farming, specifically mango cultivation, and weaving are the primary industries in the area. Many residents and families have migrated to other parts of India and to other countries in search of work.


  1. ^ "Census of India Search details". Retrieved 10 May 2015. 
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01. 
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 27 November 2013. Retrieved 24 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 27 November 2013. Retrieved 24 June 2013.