Welcome to Bah, a beautiful block and sub-division in Agra district of Uttar Pradesh, India. This township is situated on the State Highway 62 of Uttar Pradesh and is surrounded by three rivers, giving it its name. The place is irrigated by Yamuna, Chambal, and Utangan rivers which separate it from the states of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The history of Bah dates back to the Vedic era, and the place has been ruled by various kingdoms and republics prior to the establishment of the first known township by Maharaja Kalyan Singh of Bhadawar. The name Bah, which means to flow in the local language, signifies the character of the place. From the very beginning, the town has been a free place, and its history has been much preserved locally for the region. As of the 2011 Indian Census, Bah had a total population of 16,211, and the main spoken language is Hindi, which is also the official language. Urdu is the additional official language. In the present time, Bah is a Tehsil place comprising three blocks namely Bah, Jaitpur, and Pinahat. Bah (Assembly constituency) represents the area. Notable people from Bah include Genda Lal Dixit, an Indian revolutionary who led the Shivaji Samiti group of freedom fighters against the British Raj, and Ankit Sharma, an athlete who competes in the long jump event. Come and visit Bah to explore the rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and mouthwatering local cuisine of this hidden gem in India.

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