Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Bulandshahr, a district of British India, in the North-Western Provinces, covers an area of nearly 2,000 square miles. It comprises an alluvial plain, enclosed between its principal rivers - the Ganges and Jumna. It is traversed by the East India and the Oudh and Rohilkhund railways, and has been made fertile by artificial irrigation. Besides the ordinary grains, cotton, indigo, and sugar are among its leading products. Its chief town and the administrative headquarters of the district bears the same name.