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ROHILKHAND

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Originally appearing in Volume V23, Page 461 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ROHILKHAND  , a

tract in the
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United Provinces of India . The name is associated with the Rohilla tribe (q.v.), but in its
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historical significance it covers an
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area almost coincident with the
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modern division of Bareilly, for which it is a
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common alternative title . This division has an area of 10,720 sq. m., and comprises the districts of Bareilly, Bijnor,
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Budaun,
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Moradabad,
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Shahjahanpur and
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Pilibhit: Pop . (1901) 5,479,688 .
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Political control over the state of
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Rampur is exercised by the
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commissioner for the division .

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