Khalilabad Ragad Ganj is a city and a city board in Sant Kabir Nagar locale in the Indian territory of Uttar Pradesh. It is the locale central station of Sant Kabir Nagar area. Khalilabad Ragadganj lies on the Faizabad-Gorakhpur street and is around 36 km west of Gorakhpur and 36 km east of Basti. This is the middle purpose of Gorakhpur and Basti. It is the home office of this new area Sant Kabir Nagar. The town is little yet has a history which can be followed back to Mughal rulers. The place got its name from its author, Qazi Khalil-ur-Rahman, who was delegated chakladar of Gorakhpur around 1860 AD. At present this place is more well known for its handloom material market, famously known as Bardahia Bazar.
The tehsil building, arranged toward the south of the street to Gorakhpur, is an overwhelming structure made after the primary opportunity battle in 1857 in which the place was sacked. The Ami, the central tributary of the Rapti, is a stream which starts at a short separation from Rapti in Rasulpur and issues from a substantial tract of paddy arrive. The pools of the locale are ious and a few are of significant size. They are most ordinarily shaped by the adjustments in the stream channels, while in different cases the regular melancholies in which the surface of water gathers, are for the most part due in some measure to fluvial activity.