Amroha(Jyotiba Phule Nagar) has a total population of 1,984,71 and ranks 91st in term of Hindi speakers. Major employment in Amroha district is in Crafts industry, Agriculture and in the government sector. Out of entire workforce, 58% are employed in agriculture, 36% are employed in Government and in Industries, remaining 6% Household workers. Amroha has a good agricultural belt because of the river Ganga, Baha and Krishna. The soil of this region is very fertile. Amroha is known for its production of mangoes. The name of Amroha drove out from the word (Sanskrit) Amr आम्र Mango and Vanam वनम् forest. The author of Tarikh-i-Amroha states that Amroha was ruled by Bhardwaj Tagas between 676 and 1141 AD. During the time of Sultanate period, Amroha played an important role. Battle of Amroha was fought between Mongols and Alauddin Khilji. Amroha has many Islamic architecture remains which tell the prosperity of the town during the medieval period. The town of Amroha is home to one of the oldest Naqvi Sadat settlements in India. Naqvis in Sadaat Amroha arrived from Wasit, Iraq and have resided in the town of Amroha since the 1190s CE.