The Indian subcontinent has a rich diversity of chiropteran fauna and a few studies have been conducted on the diversity of Indian chiropteran fauna. So the objectives were taken to access the diversity of chiropteran fauna, roost selection and create awareness among people on bat conservation in Uttar Pradesh. During the field survey, a total of eleven species of bats were observed and three of them are frugivorous bats, such as Pteropus giganteus, Rousettus leschenaulti and Cynopterus sphinx (Pteropodidae). Pteropodid bats prefer to roost on large trees, leaf fronts, twigs and modified tents as well as buildings, which were stable and long-lasting. There were eight insectivorous bats observed during the study period, such as Megaderma lyra (Megadermatidae), Hipposideros fulvus (Hipposideridae), Taphozous nudiventris (Emballonuridae), Rhinopoma hardwickii (Rhinopomatidae), Rhinopoma microphyllum (Rhinopomatidae), Pipistrellus coromandra (Vespertilionidae), Pipistrellus ceylonicus (Vespertilionidae) and Scotophilus heathii (Vespertilionidae). These bats occupy mainly in caves, crevices, old abandoned building and historical monuments etc.