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As of 2011 India census, Badaun City has area of 73 sq. km whereas the Budaun Urban area is spread over in 98 sq. km, which is from Naushera to ahead of Barah paththar on SH33. Budaun Urban Area includes Budaun City and adjoining Naushdra, Kheda Nawada, Sheikpur, Panchkuli and Baheri. Budaun city has a popuation of 490,000, whereas the Budaun Urban Area has pop. of 525,000. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Badaun City has an average literacy rate of 93%, higher than the national average of 74%; with male literacy of 98% and female literacy of 87%. 11% of the population is under 6 years of age. Hindus constitute about 58% of the population and Muslims about 41%.

History Of Budaun
A town and district of British India, in the Rohilkhand division of the United Provinces. The town is near the left bank of the river Sot. Pop. (1901) 39,031. There are ruins of an immense fort and a very handsome mosque of imposing size, crowned with a dome, and built in 1223. The American Methodist mission maintains several girls schools, and there is a high school for boys. According to tradition, Budaun was founded about 905, and an inscription, probably of the 12th century, gives a list of twelve Rathor kings reigning at Budaun (called Vodamayuta).

The first authentic historical event connected with it, however, is its capture by Kutb-ud-din in 1196, after which it became a very important post on the northern frontier of the Delhi empire. In the 13th century two of its governors, Shamsud-din Altamsh, the builder of the great mosque referred above, and his son Rukn-ud-din Firoz, attained the imperial throne. In 1571 the town was burnt, and about a hundred years later, under Shah Jahan, the seat of the governorship was transferred to Bareilly; after which the importance of Budaun declined. It ultimately came into the power of the Rohillas, and in 1838 was made the headquarters of a British district. In 1857 the people of Budaun sided with the mutineers, and a native government was set up, which lasted until General Penny’s victory at Kakrala (April 1858) led to the restoration of British authority.

Meanwhile in 1838 was made the headquarters of a British district. In 1857 the people of Budaun sided with the mutineers, and a native government was set up, which lasted until General Penny’s victory at Kakrala (April 1858) led to the restoration of British authority. According to Government of India, the district Budaun is one of the Minority Concentrated District in India on the basis of the 2001 census data on population, socio-economic indicators and basic amenities indicators. + :A town and district of British India, in the Rohilkhand division of the United Provinces. The town is near the left bank of the river Sot. Pop. (1901) 39,031. There are ruins of an immense fort and a very handsome mosque of imposing size, crowned with a dome, and built in 1223.

The American Methodist mission maintains several girls schools, and there is a high school for boys. According to tradition, Budaun was founded about 905, and an inscription, probably of the 12th century, gives a list of twelve Bargujar kings reigning at Budaun. The first authentic historical event connected with it, however, is its capture by Qutb-ud-din Aybak in 1196, after which it became a very important post on the northern frontier of the Delhi empire. In the 13th century two of its governors, Shams-ud-din Iltutmish, the builder of the great mosque referred above, and his son Rukn ud din Firuz, attained the imperial throne. In 1571 the town was burnt, and about a hundred years later, under Shah Jahan, the seat of the governorship was transferred to SAHASPUR-BILARI.

Geography Of Budaun
Budaun is located at 28°03’N 79°07’E? / ?28.05°N 79.12°E? / 28.05; 79.12. It has an average elevation of 169 metres (554 feet).It”s normal rainfall.Budaun is the tropical region. Average tenperature is approximately30celsius.There is widespread greenery. The climatic conditions of this place are suitable for agriculture and crops production always been done at large scale.Major agricultural products are wheat, paddy, sugarcane, guava and menthol.The soil is very fertile due to tarai,because badaun is located at the bank of Ganga. In the account of agriculture, guava and menthol are the major exporting products.

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