District Farrukhabad is a district of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. The city of Fategal is the headquarters of the district. The district is part of the Kanpur District. Farrukhabad was founded in 1714 by the independent local governor of the Mughal Empire, Muḥammad Khan Bangash. Fatehgarh was also founded around 1714 when the fort was built. The massacre took place there during the Indian Rebellion of 1857-58. This district previously included today's Kannauji district. It was split into two separate districts on September 18, 1997. Farrukhabad is a major road and rail hub, manufacturing center and agricultural market.
Farrukhabad is one of the world-famous cities of Zardozi Embroidery, Zari, and Zardosi Embroidery in India.
Farrukhabad has an area of 2279 km2.
Farrukhabad District has 3 districts
Farrukhabad District has a total of 392 villages.
There are a total of 6 cities in the Farrukhabad district.
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