Bijnor spelt as Bijnour or Bijnaur is a city and municipal board in Bijnor district in Uttar Pradesh state. The average height of the place is 225 meters. Bijnor is about 7 kilometers away from the left bank of the Ganges.
As per the census of 2001, the population of Bijnore was 79368. Bijnore was destroyed by Timur in 1399. From the era of Akbar it was a part of the Delhi Empire. During the 18th century, the Rohilla Pathans annexed Bijnor.
Up to 1770 Najib Khan was the ruler of this place. His son Zabita Khan was defeated by the Marathas in 1770. The Nawab of Oudh along with the Rohillas drew the Marathas out of Bijnore and later the Nawab along with the British drove the Rohillas away. The Nawab gave Bijnore to the East India Company.
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