Chauffeur Driven Car Rental Since 1996
About Firozabad
Firozabad city in Uttar Pradesh is famous for its intricate glass and bangle works. The ancient name of this town was Chandwar Nager and the name Firozabad was given in the regime of Emperor Akbar by Firoz Shah Mansab Dar. The tomb of Firoz Shah in this city is the evidences of this fact.

During ancient periods, invaders brought many glass articles to India. These glass articles when rejected were collected and melted in a locally made furnace called as 'Bhainsa Bhatti'. This was the start of the glass industry in Firozabad. Today, about 400 glass industries are registered in Firozabad, making different types of colourful glass products. Just like any other North Indian place, Firozabad enjoys North Indian Mughlai cuisine and local language spoken is Hindi.

Best time to visit:

The best time to visit Firozabad for sightseeing is during the months October to March.

Top places to see:

Kalan Mosque – The Kalan Mosque was built by Khan-e-Jahan Junan Shah, who was a vizier in the court of the last Tughluq Sultan Firoz Shah Tughluq. Firoz Shah was a very creative builder which is evident in his display of public buildings, palaces and other pleasure retreats.

Marsalganj Jain Temple – An ancient idol of Bhagwan Rishabhdeo has been installed in this temple built by Baba Rishabdas. Baba Rishabdas was born in a South Indian Brahmin family but was a strict follower of Jainism.

The Glass Industries – All sorts of glass articles, including jars, candle stands, chandeliers, flower vases and electric wares such as decorative lights, bulbs and every other sort of glass article is prepared in Firozabad. These articles are painted with vivid colours and innovative patterns and sometimes together with etching and decoration work to enhance their beauty.

Suhag Nagar – Indian marriage items like bangles, kanganas, kada, etc. are produced in bulk for the general public in Firozabad. Hence, this city has a famous area called Suhag Nagar because it fulfils almost all the demands of marriage items for suhagins or married women.