Shahjahanpur is the 46th largest Hindi speaking city of India with a total population of 3.2 Lakh. Major employment in Shahjahanpur is in Agriculture and in Government. Shahjahanpur has 68% Agriculture workers, 27% Industry and other workers and 5% Household workers. Shahjahanabad is a good agricultural belt because of the Ramganga, Garrah and Gomti rivers. Major crops of Shahjahanpur are- Wheat, Gram, millet and potato. The history of Shahjahanpur goes back to the Mughal period. The city was established by Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan, sons of Dariya Khan. Diler khan and Bahadur khan had made an important place in the Mughal kingdom during the time of Shahjahan. Shahjahan gifted 14 villages to Diler khan with the permission of a fort construction. Diler Khan constructed the fort at Nainar Khera on the Bank of the river Garrah and Kannaut.