About Bulandshahar


The history of Bulandshahr begins before 1200 BC. This area is close to the capitals of Pandava, Indraplast and Hastinapur. After the decline of Hastinapur, Ahar, located northeast of the Bulandshahr district, became an important location for Pnadavas. The city was once called Balun. Over time, King Palma built a fortress in this part of the region, and a king named Ahibaran laid the foundation for a tower called Bulandshahr. Due to its high altitude, it became known as Hohostadt, translated into words of passion as Bulandshahr, and today it is named. 

Famous for

The Bulandshahr is world-famous for its pottery found in the Kurja region. Pilgrims from all over the world visit Bulandshahr to pay tribute to Hanuman Temple.


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The district is divided into 7 subdivisions.


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There are a total of 5 cities in Budaun.

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