Syed Nagli

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Said Nagli
Said Nagli , سید نگلی , सैद नगली
Said Nagli
Nickname(s): Nagli
Said Nagli is located in Uttar Pradesh
Said Nagli
Said Nagli
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 28°43′N 78°17′E / 28.72°N 78.28°E / 28.72; 78.28Coordinates: 28°43′N 78°17′E / 28.72°N 78.28°E / 28.72; 78.28
Country  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Amroha
Elevation 201 m (659 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 12,160
 • Official Hindi , Urdu, Sanskrit
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 244242
Telephone code 05924
Vehicle registration UP 23

Syed Nagli ( सैयद नगली) سید نگلی or Said Nagli ( सैद नगली) is a village about 500 years old in Amroha district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is situated on State Highway 51. Distance is around 30 Kilometers from Gajraula and 18 Kilometre from Sambhal. Village is situated 35 Kilometer from District HQ Amroha.


The town derives its name from the Saiyid clan سید, who founded it in approximately 1520. Legend goes back to the battle of Narwar Kot where Mir Syed Mohammad al Hussain al Hussaini lost his life, fighting on behalf of Sikander Lodi, as commander of the expedition. His index finger with a ring was brought back to the family as proof of his death. The finger is buried in the center of the town and the place came to be known as Mazar Syed Ungli (Mausoleum of Syed's Finger). The word later popularized as Syed nagli or Said Nagli. Earlier, Baquari Syeds had migrated from Termez (Present day Uzbekistan) during the Sultanate era. Sikandar Lodi was the ruler of Delhi when Mir Syed Mohammad al Hussain al Hussaini al Termezi Haji al Haramain, came to India and settled at Syed Nagli. He was Baquari Syed who drew his lineage from Imam Mohammad al Baqir A.S. Moradabad Gazetteer of 1908 suggests that a licence for a rural Bazar was given to Mir Syed Zafar al Hasan Baquiri. Although, this bazar started in 1910. A road adjacent to this bazar i.e. via chhipi muhalla, muhalla mahal sadat, to primary school is called Shahrah (Prince Road) as in 1857 Prince Mirza Mughal and General Bakht Khan had passed through it and welcomed by the local zamindar Mir Syed Ghalib Ali Baquiri. Members of Syed Clan are associated to Baqri Syeds of Hyderabad through Syed Ashiq Ali Baqri and Syed Amjad Ali Baqri, who had migrated to join the services of Golkonda Kingdom. Baqri Syeds of Nematpur Ikrotia, Ujhari Sadat and Mandhan also belong to the same clan.


Said Nagli is located at 28°24′N 78°14′E / 28.40°N 78.23°E / 28.40; 78.23.[1] It has an average elevation of 201 metres (659 ft).


As per Census of 2011 Said Nagli village has population of 12160 of which 6369 are males while 5791 are females. Males constitute 52.23% of the population. Said Nagli has an average literacy rate of 54.63%, lower than the national average of 64.8% as is the case of all rural areas in India: male literacy is 59.06%, and female literacy was 40.93%. In Said Nagli, 16.21% of the population is under 6 years of age. Its population has increased significantly over the past two decades, mainly due to migration from nearby small villages.


The primary occupation in Syed nagli is farming. Wheat, Peppermint, Sugarcane, pulses are major agriculture produce. Place is also famous for mango orchards with mangoes of fine quality Dushhehri, Langra, Gulab Jamun and Chaunsa varieties. Syed Nagli is a marketplace for agricultural products. A hundred year old rural bazar provides ample opportunity to the local farmers to sell their produce at reasonable prices. A weekly rural fare Juma Bazar is an important event in terms of rural economy. Started in 1908 with Mir Syed Zafar al Hasan Baquiri as a licensee, it is one of the oldest rural agri-market (Nakhasa) of western Uttar Pradesh. Another weekly bazar on Monday at same place is used to sell clothes, handicrafts and utensils. On Wednesday Syed Nagli hosts a tractor bazar on Sambhal road. These bazars not only contribute to local trade and economy, these provide employment to many people. While the economy in Syed Nagli is agriculture-based, hand-loom weaving and handicrafts have grown as a household industry. Members of Syed clan are highly educated and most of them are employed in government and private sector. Many of Syeds are based abroad for education and livelihood. Village is well connected through roads to Sambhal, Hasanpur, Gajraula, Asmoli, Aligarh, Moradabad, Bijnore and Badayun.



Syed Nagli is connected by Road Sambhal, Hasanpur, Gajraula, Moradabad & Budaun. Village also connect by bus to Sambhal, Hasanpur, Gajraula, Chandausi, Budaun, Meerut & Delhi.


Syed Nagli nearest Railway Station is Gajraula. Gajraula Railway station is approximately 33 Kilometer via SH 51.


Syed Nagli Nearest Airport is Indra Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. It is approximately 146.5 Kilometer via SH 51 and NH24 (AH2).


Syed Nagli has a humid subtropical climate, with long, hot summers from early April to mid-October and brief, mild winters. The monsoon season in between. From March, the reversal in the direction of wind occurs, from the north-western direction, to the south-western. The winds from Rajasthan carry sand and are called “Loo”. Monsoon arrives at the end of June, bringing some respite, but increasing humidity. Winter starts in late November and peaks in January and is notorious for heavy fog. Temperatures range from −0.6 to 43.5 °C (30.9 to 110.3 °F). The annual mean temperature is 25 °C (77 °F). The average annual rainfall is approximately 720 millimetres (28 in) most of which is during the monsoons. The average date of the advent of monsoon winds in Syed Nagli is 25 June.


Census of India 2011