Bulandshahr History ruler named Ahibaran is said to have established the framework of a fortress called Baran here and set up his capital named Nawanshahr. It was called Baran city and the name changed to Bulandshahr (Uttar Pradesh) in true uses. Since it was roosted on a high country it came to be known as a high city which deciphers as Bulandshahr in the Persian language during the Mughal time. The realm of Baran reached a conclusion presumably during the twelfth century. In 1192 CE when Muhammad Ghauri vanquished portions of India, his overall Qutubuddin Aibak encompassed Fort Baran and vanquished it and the Raja Chandrasen Dodiya was executed and Aibak assumed responsibility for the Baran kingdom.
Muslim Invasion on Bulandshahr:-
During 1192 AD Mohammad Gori, a focal Asian ruler assaulted India. Qutub-ud-Aibek, the military authority encompassed Fort Barn and with the guide of double crossers executed ruler Chandrasen Dor in the long run assuming responsibility for the Barn realm. Qutub-ud- Aibek constrained the individuals of Barn-Sahar to receive Islam and agitators were severely killed, decapitated and their head held tight the stronghold minars.
Battle of Independence in Bulandshahr:-
Numerous political dissidents from Bulandshahr have battled against the government of the British during India War of Independence. During the primary War of Independence in 1857 the principal caution of opportunity battle was sounded by the daring patriot from the Bulandshahr area. The fighter group of the Gurjaras starting from Dadri and Sikandrabad area of the Bulandshahr locale battled against the British and annihilated various structures, for example, transmit workplaces, assessment bunglows which were representative of British principle in India. In this manner, diverse government property were looted and set ablaze. On tenth May 1857, during the Revolt of 1857, Pandit Narayan Sharma conveyed a message of goal from Aligarh to Bulandshahr.