Etah is a municipality that is also the headquarters of the Etah district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Historically, it is also known as the center of the 1857 rebellion. In ancient times, Etah was called "Ainta". This means that people in the Yadab community are so aggressive that they "react positively." Located in the Brazi cultural sphere, this city was part of the 16 great nations of Slasena during the Vedic period. It was then ruled by larger kingdoms such as the Maurya, Gupta, Scythian, Kushan, and Indo-Greek dynasties before it fell into the hands of local Yadab dynasty rulers.
Etah is also very famous for Yagashara in Guru Kluvidialaya. Yagyashala is considered to be the second largest Yagyashala in the world.
The area of Etah is 5 km2.
The Etah district is divided into four Tehsil.
There are a total of 487 villages in the Etah district.
There are a total of 5 cities in the Etah district.
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