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Bahadurgarh Overview

Ranked 7 of 13 sightseeing in Ghaziabad

Bahadurgarh Village lies in the south-eastern part of Ghaziabad. It was earlier known as the Garh Nana and was presented as a gift to Nawab Bahadur Khan, by Emperor Jahangir, who later changed its name to Bahadurgarh. Raja Karan-ka-Khera is believed to have been established by Karna, of the Mahabharata and is situated near Mustafabad.

The village is popular for the production of Khurja pottery, which was introduced by Multan, around 250 years ago. The handloom cloth and the dairy products produced in this village are in huge demand. The village can be reached through the Garhmukteshwar-Bulandshahr Road, from Wahabpur Thera, by taxis or buses.

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