Najibabad is a town and a civil board in Bijnor region in the Indian province of Uttar Pradesh. It has a railroad intersection and is one of the managerial squares of the Bijnor region. It is all around associated with every single significant city of India by roadways by means of NH 119 and NH 74 individually and furthermore by different trains. Nawab Najib-ud-Daula, otherwise called Najib Khan was a prominent Rohilla Muslim warrior and serviceman of both the Mughal Empire and the Durrani domain, Nawab Najib-ud-Daula was a prominent Rohilla innate boss in eighteenth century Rohilkhand, who in the 1740s established the city of Najibabad in Bijnor area, India where he built up the present day city of Najibabad, a territory of Najibabad free from Rohilla clans, and got the title, "Nawab Najib-ud-Daulla".
From 1757 to 1770 he was legislative leader of saharanpur, administering over Dehradun.Many engineering relics of the time of Rohilla he regulated stay in Najibabad, which he established at the tallness of his vocation as a Mughal serve. Najibabad city is a city established by Nawab Najib-ud-Daula, otherwise called Najib Khan and the city is otherwise called "Door of Himalays" and "shehro ka shehar". He succeed Safdarjung as Grand Wazir of the Mughal Empire and was a dedicated serviceman of the Mughal Emperor Alamgir II later in his profession, he was known as Nawab Najib-ud-Doula. After his demise he was prevailing by his child Zabita Khan. His burial ground is still in present day, Najibabad. In Najibabad, there was a stronghold of awesome Sultana Daku or "The Sultan Bandit". The fortress is as yet arranged in Najibabad.