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River Garrah flowing through Shahjahanpur
|Founded by||Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan|
|Elevation||194 m (636 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Vehicle registration||UP 27|
Shahjahanpur was established by Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan, sons of Dariya Khan who comes from kandahar,Afghanistan, a soldier in the army of Mughal Emperor Jahangir. Both Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan were dignitaries in the regime of Shahjahan. Pleased with the services of Diler Khan, Shahjahan gave him 17 villages with the permission to construct fort in 1647, following the suppression of the rebellious Katheria Rajputs.
Shahjahanpur is located at. It has an average elevation of 194 metres (600 feet). It is situated at the junction of two rivers, namely Khannaut and Garra.
As per provisional data of 2011 census, Shahjahanpur urban agglomeration had a population of 346,103, out of which males were 183,087 and females were 163,016. The literacy rate was 69.81 per cent.
Over the years, the Shahjahanpur gharana contributed eminent sarod players such as Enayat Ali (1883 - 1915), Ustad Murad Ali Khan, Ustad Mohammed Ameer Khan, Pandit Radhika Mohan Moitra and Pandit Buddhadev Das Gupta.
- Ram Prasad Bismil (Freedom Fighter)
- Ashfaqulla Khan (Freedom Fighter)
- Roshan Singh (Freedom Fighter)
- Prem Krishna Khanna (Freedom Fighter)
- Jitendra Prasada (Former M.P.)
- Naik Jadu Nath Singh (Param Vir Chakra)
- Rajpal Yadav (Film Actor)
- Sadh Orhan (Actor)
- Iftikhar Hussain Khan (Indian Forest Service)
- Krishna Kumar Srivastava (Theatre Actor)
- Jitin Prasada (Former Cabinet Minister)
- Mithlesh Kumar (Former member of parliament)
- Krishna Raj (MP)
- Suresh Kumar Khanna (Cabinet Minister)
- Gandhi Faiz-E-Aam College
- Swami Shukdevanand Post Graduate College
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- Lakshya Institute Of Management & Information Technology, Shahjahanpur Web
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