Chhibramau is a city with the status of "Nagar Palika Parishad" and a Subdivision of Kannauj district in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The city is lying along the National Highway No. 91 on Delhi Kanpur course. The closest airplane terminal is at Lucknow and Gursahaiganj Railway Station is the closest railroad station. When of Akbar this city was the base camp of a pargana.
Right off the bat in the eighteenth century, Nawab Muhammad Khan of Farrukhabad established another quarter called Muhammadganj, with a fine sarai which was enhanced 100 years after the fact by a British Collector. The town was managed under Act XX of 1856 amid the British Raj, and succeeded from its area on the fantastic trunk street. At present the colossal excellent trunk street's stretch between Kanpur – Kannauj – Etah – Delhi is considered National Highway No. 91 NH-91.
Until 1997 Chhibramau was in Farrukhabad region, however since that locale was isolated the town has been inside the new Kannauj region. Chhibramau and its adjacent towns are known generally advantageous and substantial nature of potato and wheat. Town and its adjacent spots like farrukhabad are acclaimed for expansive number of potato processes in the state. Some acclaimed harvests of the town known for its quality creation are Potato, Wheat, Arhar, Urd, moong, Jowar, Ground nut, Gram, Pea, Mustard Sugar-stick and Barley.