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Muzaffarnagar, located in the northern part of Uttar Pradesh is popularly known as

“The Sugar Bowl of India”

The economy of the district is mainly based on agriculture; sugarcane, paper and steel industries. Muzaffarnagar is now part of National Capital Region.

Muzaffarnagar district is a district of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. It is part of Saharanpur division. The city of Muzaffarnagar is the district headquarters. This district is the part of National Capital Region. Muzaffarnagar City is situated midway on Delhi – Haridwar/Dehradun National Highway (NH 58), the city is also well connected with the national railway network.

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Muzaffarnagar Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh.

 

The city is located in the middle of highly fertile upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab region and is very near to the New Delhi and Saharanpur, making it one of the most developed and prosperous cities of Uttar Pradesh. This city is part of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and Amritsar Delhi Kolkata Industrial Corridor (ADKIC). It is the principal commercial, industrial and educational hub of Western Uttar Pradesh. Currently, Rajeev Sharma is the District Magistrate of Muzaffarnagar.

The town was founded in 1633 near the site of an ancient town, Sarwat, by the son of a Mughal Commander Sayyid Muzaffar Khan during the reign of Shah Jahan.In 1901, during the British Raj, it was district in the Meerut Division in United Provinces of Agra and Oudh.

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Government Educational Museum, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.

 

MuzaffarNagar is located at an elevation of 272 meters above sea level in the Doab region of Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is located 125 kilometres NE of the national capital, Delhi, and roughly 200 kilometres SE of Chandigarh, and near to such historical cities as Bijnor, Meerut, and Hastinapur.

Muzaffarnagar is an important industrial district with sugar, steel and paper being the major products. It has 11 sugar mills such as Tikaula Sugar Mills, IPL Sugar Mill, Titawi Sugar Mill, Treveni Sugar Mill, Mansurpur Sugar Mill, Uttam Sugar Mill, Bhaisana Sugar Mill & Distilleries. which receive produce from the district and the surrounding region; more than 70% of its population is engaged in agriculture. The Muzaffarnagar market of Jaggery (heat-dried sugar-cane juice, called ‘Gud’ in local language) is the largest in the world. There are a number of steel plants viz. Rana Steels, Barnala Steels, U.P Steels, Sidhbali Steels etc.

Muzaffarnagar lies approximately halfway on the road from Delhi to Rishikesh (the NH-58). As a result many roadside resorts and eateries have sprung up on the highway near the city. Especially, the town of Khatauli is famed for its canal side forest park named "Cheetal". Once visited for the sight of deer and rabbits and other wild animals, the Cheetal is now encroached by privately owned dhabas and resorts thus sidelining the animals.

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Sugar Bowl, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.

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