Amroha is a town and tahsil in Jyotiba Phule Nagar district in Uttar Pradesh. Amroha is a historical place of India. The mangoes of this place are very famous. Now it has become a district known as J.P.Nagar (Jyotiba Phule Nagar).
- Amroha (अमरोहा) (जिला मुरादाबाद, उ.प्र.) ([[[AS]], p.33)
Tahsils in Jyotiba Phule Nagar (Amroha) district
Villages in Amroha Tahsil
Adalpur Samdoo, Adalpur Taj, Afzalpur, Ahamadpur Devipura, Aharoi, Aiwajabad, Akbarpur Patti, Akbarpur Sakinya, Alampur Kainch, Alehdadpur Kalan, Alehodadpur Khurd, Alimohammadpur, Alipur Khurd, Alipura Mazra Kaimukhiya, Amera, Amnipur, Amroha (Khas), Amroha (MB) Apraula Maybag, Asawar, Aseypur Natthan Ganwari, Asgaripur Joya, Ashafpur Faizganj, Atairana, Atrasi, Aurangabad, Awwalpur, Badoniya, Badshahpur, Bagarpur Emma, Bagarpur Kalan, Bahadurpur Khurd, Bahlolpur, Bakaina, Bakipur, Banskheri, Barkhera Rajput, Barkhera Sadat, Baserataga, Basipur, Bastapur, Beebra Kalan, Beebra Khurd, Beelna, Bemanpuri Urf Bamaniya, Bharapur, Bhatpura Sakainiya, Bhawalapur Mafi, Bhera Bharatpur, Bhikampur Munda, Bijra, Buderana, Budhanpur Sarak, Burhanpur Mafi, Chak Chavi, Chak Chhavi, Chak Dhanaura, Urf Muradnagar Chak Dheeka Nagla, Chak Janpur, Chak Kalilet, Chak Mahmood, Chak Payanti Urf Gauspur, Chak Rustampur Badohiya, Chak Shakria, Chak Suratpur, Chakbikani, Chakiya, Chakpandki, Chakwaraspur, Chandkheri, Chandnagar, Chaubakih Kamalpur, Chaudharpur, Chauhra Urf Mathuranagar, Chhabi, Chotipura, Chubka, Dabka, Dahaikwara, Daidera, Danpur, Daryapur, Dasipur, Daud Sarai, Daulatpur Majra Mali Khera, Deeppur, Dehranikat Amroha, Dehri Khurram, Deorhi, Deori Urf Hadipur, Devipur, Devipura Urf Dhana Nagla, Dhakia, Dhakka, Dhaktora, Dhanaura Aheer, Dhanora Urf Murad Nagar, Dhawari, Dhela Nagla, Didauli, Driyapur, Durgpur, Ebrahimpur Urf Bhabanipur, Emnipur, Fairdabad Urf Nasirpur, Farid Purimma, Faridpur Afzalpur, Faridpur Nikat Rajabpur, Farraspura, Fatehpur Abbu, Fatehpur Mafi, Fatehpur Majra Jiwai, Faudapur, Fazalpur, Gaffarpur, Gajana, Gajasthal, Gangadaspur, Gazraulla Prabhuban, Ghansoor Bamaniya, Ghansoorpur Santprasad, Gharaot, Gulariya, Hadipur Kalan, Hafeezpur, Haibatpur, Hakampur, Haqdadpur, Haryana, Hasampur, Hasanpur Kalan, Hasanpur Katiya, Hatowa, Hazarpur, Heshampur, Husainpur Majra Manakjoori, Husainpur Nikat Burhanpur Mafi, Husainpur Nikat Zirki, Hussainpur Near Mallikkhera, Ibraheempur Abad, Ikonda, Int Ka Radha, Isapur Amroha, Jabbarpur, Jabda, Jabdi, Jagga Nagla, Jagwa Kala, Jagwa Khurd, Jalalabad Majra Sunpura, Jalalpur Dhana, Jalalpur Narayan, Jalalpur Umar, Jaleelpur Baqqal, Jamalpur Majra Nili Khera, Jamanpur Emnipur, Jamuna Khas, Jevra, Jevri, Jirki, Jiwai, Joj Khera, Joya (NP), Joya, Kailbakri, Kailsa, Kaimukhiya, Kajikhera, Kakrali, Kala Khera Urf Kalal Khera, Kala Khera, Kalali, Kalampur Urf Kamalpur, Kalilet, Kamalpur Khalsa, Kamalpur Zaid, Kanker Khera, Kanpura, Kapasi, Karanpur, Karar Nagar Urf Karapur, Karaundi, Karhat Urf Ramhut, Kasampur Majara Alrasi, Kasampur Nikat Kalali, Katai, Kayampur Urf Kararnagar, Kazi Sarai Urf Kanker Sarai, Kazipura Sadat, Keshopur, Khalakpur Khurd, Khanpur Majra Nanakjoori, Khanpur Taga, Kharkhunda Aazam, Khata, Khaya Mafi, Khempur, Khera, Khetapur Jahangeerpur, Khidmatpur, Koobi, Kothipura, Kotta, Kua Kheda, Kumhariya, Kuri, Kutubpur Hameedpur, Lakarhat, Laloo Nagla, Lambiya, Latifpur, Lodhipur Banjara, Madhwa Mafi, Majeedpur Atairana, Majhauli, Majhola Khurd, Majoo Pura, Makanpur, Makhdoompur, Malipur, Malli Khera Urf Shahbaj Pur, Manakjoori, Mangupura, Masoodpur, Maumayachak, Mauri Jat, Md.Niket Rajabpur, Meera Sarai, Meerpur, Milak Beekni, Milak Fathepur Gawari, Milak Mohamdi, Milak Muneempur, Milak Sahupura, Mithanpur Kalan, Mithanpur Majra Mili Kheri, Mnkuwa, Modhi, Mohammadi Mafi, Mohammadpur Bhoorao, Mohammadpur Mazra, Mohammadpurabu Saidpur, Mohanpur Shumali, Mohanpur Zanib Janubi, Moonda Imma, Mouammadpur Nawada, Mubarakpur Joya, Mubarakpur Kalan, Mubarakpur Noori, Mujaffarpur Patti, Munawwar Pur, Munawwarpur Urf Muneempur, Muneemnagar Urf Muneempur, Muneempur Waispur, Muzahidpur Urf Zahidpur, Nagla Kalan, Nagli Asdullahpur, Nagli Meeranshah, Nagli Sheikh, Naglia Jatt, Naipura, Najarpur, Naloo Khurd, Nanak Nagli, Nanehda Alhyarpur, Nanhera Rajput, Naraini, Narangpur, Narayanpur, Nartho, Naser Nagla, Naugawan Sadat (NP), Naurahan, Naurangi, Naurangipur, Nazarpur Kalan, Nazarpur Khurd, Nazarpur Rajput, Nekpur, Nijampur Saidahi, Nilikheri, Nizam Nagla, Pachkaura Meherban Ali, Paigamberpur Urf Shahpur, Painti Kalan, Paithwipur Khurd, Palauia, Pandki, Panjoo Sarai, Pantajia, Papari, Papsara, Papsara, Patei Khalsa, Pattiraipur Kalan, Peelakund, Peli Chauhan, Phoolpur Adalpur, Pilak Sarai, Pipleeghosi Khurd, Potta, Prithvipur Kalan, Puranpur, Qasampur Jat, Qasampur Maiv, Raghunathpur, Raipur Kalan, Raipur Khurd Urf Sehzadpur, Rajabpur, Rajaqpur, Ramnagar, Rampur Ghana, Rampur Junnardar, Rampur Safedbag, Rasoolpur Ganwari, Rasoolpur Goojar, Rasoolpur Majra Atrasi, Raypur Khurd, Sadullapur, Sahanazpur Kalan, Sahaspur Alinagar, Sahidpur, Saidabad, Saidpur Imma, Saithli, Sakarpur Samaspur, Salamatpur, Salarpur Khalsa, Salarpur Mafi, Saleempur Nawada, Salempur Hemnagar, Salimpur Majra Atrasi, Sarakri, Sarifpura Majra Sinora, Sarkara Kamal, Sarkarhi Mundi, Sarkari Aziz, Sehwajpur Kalan, Sekhupura Majra Karaudi, Shadipur, Shadra Urf Faiyaznagar, Shahjadpur, Shahpur Bujurg, Shahpur Farraspur, Shahzadpur Khurd, Shakria, Sharfuddinpur, Shaunali, Shekhapura Imma, Shekhupur Mafi, Shekhupura Goojar, Shyampur, Sihali Narayan, Sihali, Sikandarpur, Sinaura Jalalabad, Sirsa Khumar, Sirsa Manihar, Sirsa Mohan, Sirsajat, Siwora, Sondala Faridpur, Sudanpur, Sultanpur Iantazam Alikhan, Sultanpur Jahoor Hasan, Sunpura, Tajpur, Takhatpur, Tarapur, Tarupur Awwal, Tarupur Doyam, Telipura Mafi, Tikiya, Tohafapur, Toor, Ukasi, Umar Mohammadpur, Umarpur, Umri Sadat, Umrijanib Garb, Usmanpur, Wajidpur, Waraspur Kalan, Waraspur Majra Katai, Wazidpur, Yahiyapur, Yak Bagdi, Yaqoobpur, Yusufpur Kainch,
Amroha is an old town, Local theories of the origin of its name differ. One derives 'Amroha' from the Sanskrit word 'Amrovanam', the 'region of mangoes' another is that the name is compound of 'Am' (mango) and 'Roh' (a Kind of fish), while yet another traces the word of Raja Amarjoda of Bansi dynasty, who in 474 BC. who is supposed to name the region Amroha. In Amroha a small village of milk living here all jat families. Amroha is a historical place of India. The mangoes of this place are very famous. Now it has become a district known as J.P.Nagar (Jyotiba Phule Nagar)
- Ch. Ramvir Singh Aulakh - Director Ganna Sahkari Samiti, Amroha. He had been Pradhan of Hakampur Gramsabha. Jiladhyaksh of NLD.
- Jat Samaj, July 2006, p.31
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