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Bareilly division

Bareilly division

Bareilly division is an administrative geographical unit of Uttar Pradesh state of India. Bareilly is the administrative headquarters of the division. Bareilly division have 3 major cities of West UP - Bareilly, Badaun, and Shahjahanpur.

Bareilly is the medical hub of UP, one of the biggest industrial area, and 3rd fastest developing city of UP.

Budaun is politically sensantional, and historical city, and have many historical sites, and one of the oldest existing city of India, and have been capity of India in Iltutmish's rule. It is also the 6th fastest developing city of UP.

Shahjahanpur is also one of the main cities of UP West.

Currently (2005), the division consists of districts of

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Main Metro Areas




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