|• Body||Nanpara Nagar Palika Parishad|
|• MP||Savitri Bai Phule (BJP)|
|• Chairman||Abdul Waheed|
|• Total||36 km2 (14 sq mi)|
|Elevation||132 m (433 ft)|
|• Density||1,300/km2 (3,500/sq mi)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
- 1 Geography
- 2 Demographics
- 3 History
- 4 Famous Personalities
- 5 Main Localities
- 6 Tourism
- 7 Malls, Theatre & Marriage Hall
- 8 Education
- 9 INTERNET
- 10 References
- 11 Further reading
Nanpara is located at  It has an average elevation of 132 metres (433 feet). It is located at 20 km from the Indo-Nepal border, and 36 km from the district Bahraich. This town has a strategic and economic importance due to the transportation of goods in Nepal and recent activities of drugs, crossing through the Nepal border. It has a municipality also. It is well connected by road transport and Railway..
As of 2001[update] India census, Nanpara had a population of 48,337. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Nanpara has an average literacy rate of 50%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 78%, and female literacy is 89%. In Nanpara, 18% of the population is under 6 years of age.
The Nanpara Taluqdari
The Nanpara Taluqdari was one of the taluqdars (feudatory states) in British India. The title of "Raja" was conferred on the Nanpara House in 1763 by the Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula, the King of Oudh and has then recognized by British. With holding of 439 villages it was the largest Muslim taluqdars (landowners) in British India.
Nanpara was an important frontier estate, bordering Nepal territory in the Bahraich district of Oudh. Of the 439 villages, 438 were in the Bahriach district and one in the Barabanki district. It comprised an area of 468 sq miles, or about the same area of the then former German principality of Lippe. In 1914-15 The gross rental of the estate amounted to over Rupees 12,00,000 and the government demanded land revenue and cesses of Rupees 2,80,000. Taking a population of 350 person per sq miles [it was estimated that was the district average in the census of 1911] the estate contained a population of over 154,000.
In 1632 AD (1042 AH) Rasul Khan a pathan received a commission from the Emperor to subdue the Banjaras; and obtained for his services and for the pay of his troops, the grant of Nanpara and four other villages in pargana Solonabad, beside one-tenth of the rental of the whole of this disturbed tract of territory. Rasul Khan lived at Kummaria in Bundi, and both he and his son Jahan Khan, who succeeded him, are buried there. Jahan Khan's successor, Mohammad Khan, was the first to settle in Nanpara. Mohammad Khan's son and successor, named Karam Khan was so successful against the Banjaras that he gained amongst the country folk the title of Raja. Which was confirmed by Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula of Oudh in 1763, and was recognised as hereditary by the then British Government of India in 1877. This arose out of the fact that this area was home to the Nanpara and Utraula principalities, both of which are now situated in Bahraich and Balrampur District, which the centre of the largest Pathan settlement outside Rohilkhand. Both these was found at height of their powers controlled most of the districts from the 17th to the early 19th
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- Gyarhvi Kothi* Raja Masjid* Ikram Saw Mills* Topkhana* Raja Bazaar* Raja Kothi* Siphon (Saryu Nahar)* Purani Bazaar (South)* Purani Bazaar (North)* Qila* Station Bazaar* Kababchi Gali* Kasai Mandi* Gandhi Park* Sabji Mandi* Galla Mandi* Phal Mandi* Chikwa Mohalla* Choori Wali Gali* Bara Mohalla* Imamgunj Chauraha* Bhopatpur* Aastana of Mufti-e-Nanpara* Kaali Kunda* Jubligunj (North)* Jubligunj (South)* Kasgar Tola* Hasangunj* Meharban Nagar* Cheeni Mill* Eidgah* Radhan Tola* Miryasi Tola* Bhisti Tola* Ghosi Tola* Ghasyari Tola* Imambara* Purani Tehseel* New Tehseel* Banjaaran Taada* Byepass (Katarniya road)* Byepass (Nawabgunj road)* Byepass (Bahraich road)* Kavi Nagar* Meherbaan Nagar (East)* Meherbaan Nagar (West)* 5 no. Tubewell* Dagra No.1* Dagra No.2* Colony No.1* Colony No.2* Colony No.3
- Raja Kothi* Nanpara House* SIPHON Saryu nahar* Dargah Gaushiya* Agarasen Tiraha* Gandhi Park* Dargah Sayyad Salaar Masood Ghazi Bahraich(34 km)* Sravasti (95 km)* Risiya Park (20 km)
Malls, Theatre & Marriage Hall
- Tulsi Chitra Mandir (Theatre)* Rakesh Talkies (Theatre)* Satya Complex* Dada House* Hamirwasiya* 3 Star Plaza
ICSE & ISC
- St. Peter Inter College (SPIC)
- St. Michael School* Riyaan International School* Dada Public School* Pioneer Group of College* St.Francis Xavier School
- Rahat Janta Inter College* Sankar Inter College* Saadat Inter College* Saraswati Vidya Mandir* Saraswati Sundar Sishu Mandir* Pioneer Montessori School* Mazdoor Montessori School* J.P. Girls Inter College* Vaidh Bhagwan Deen Girls Inter College
Islamic & Madarsa
- Madarsa Azizul Uloom
- Madarsa Misbahul Uloom
- Madrasa khairul Uloom
- Madrasa Bahrul Uloom
- Madrasa Kashiful Uloom
- Madrasa Faizul Uloom
- Mithlesh Nandini Reshma Arif degree college (MNRA), Nanpara* Ameer Hasan Farooqui Masoodiya mahboobiya degreecollege, Nanpara* Seemant Degree College, Rupaidiha* Lord buddha p.g. College, Rupaidiha
- Unique Computer Institute* SIIT Computer Institute* Vision Computer Institute* AIM Career Avenues* Dr. A.R. Kidwai Public School* Unique Montessori School* Alvi Montessori School* Sir Syed Public School* National Montessori School* Soft Petal Academy* Soman life Public School* Dayanand Sisu Mandir School* Sapling Public School* Lucknow Public School* St. John School
The city has broadband internet connectivity and video conferencing facilities. Major companies like Sify,BSNL, Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications, Tata Communications, Aircel have a wide infrastructure to provide broadband Internet.City has both 2G and 3G network facilties with minimum 50 towers with upcoming 4G towers.
- "Census of India Search details". censusindia.gov.in. Retrieved 10 May 2015.
- Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Nanpara
- "Census of India 2011: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
- The Feudatory and zemindari India, Volume 17, Issue 2. 1937. Retrieved 4 August 2014.
- The Indian Year Book, Volume 29. Bennett, Coleman & Company. 1942. p. 1286. Retrieved 6 August 2014.
- Survey of The Kingdom of Oudh (East India Collection folio 3 ed.). London: Oriental & India collection.
- Blue book on Oudh. 1856. pp. 6, 8 and Appendix B.
- Pathans of Uttar Pradesh#Pathans of Bahraich and Balrampur District
- Ghoshal, Benöd Chandra (1918). Some Notes on Raj Nanpara, Or, the Tragic Story of the Premier Mohamedan Estate in Oudh. Anglo-Oriental Press.