Firozabad is a city in India, in the province of Uttar Pradesh otherwise called the City of Glass Suhag Nagari. The antiquated name of this town was Chandwar Nagar. It is said that amid the rule of Akbar the colossal, income was brought through the city, which was plundered by the Rajpoot who lived there. Akbar sent his armed force driven by a man named "Firoz" to make the city a cantonment to enhance hoodlums who lived here. The tomb of Firoz is as yet present today. From early occasions, it was well known for glass and bangle works, and its related little scale industry is popular all through the world. Firozabad City had a populace of 603,797. Guys establish 53% of the populace and females 47%.
Firozabad has a normal education rate of 75.01% higher than the national normal of 74%: male proficiency is 85.32%, and female education is 63%. In Firozabad, 16% of the populace is under 6 years old. The city is 45 km east from Agra on National Highway 19 which makes it an imperative stopover for the vehicle vehicles on this parkway. Firozabad subsequently is associated with a few transport administrations toward the Western and Eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh state. Because of closeness to Agra and thus the fringes of Uttar Pradesh with Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh states a few between state transport benefits likewise serve the city. Intra-city transport normally comprises of Rickshaws and 3-wheelers.