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Muzaffarnagar is a city and a municipal board in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The city was established in Mughal period by a Sayyid Jagirdar, Munawar Lashkar Ali, and so named in honors of his father, Muzaffar Ali Khan. the Muzaffarnagar district. Situated midway on Delhi and Dehradun National Highway (NH - 58).


Muzaffarnagar is located at 29°28′N 77°41′E / 29.47°N 77.68°E / 29.47; 77.68.[1] The city's total area in 1901 amounted to 1,963,662 acres (7,946.66 km2), or 1,662 square miles (4,300 km2) and in 2000 to 4049 square km. It is well connected by road and railway networks; the National Highway- 58 passes through Muzaffarnagar city. The city of Muzaffarnagar is roughly rectangular in shape.

Muzaffarnagar had a population of 5,08,800 with 14% of the population under 6 years of age. The city has 62% Hindus, 35% Muslims, 0.3% Sikhs, 0.5% Christians and 0.5% Jains; Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Average literacy rate is 72%.
Muzaffarnagar is an important industrial town with sugar, steel and paper being the major products. It has 13 sugar mills and 'Khatauli Mill' is the largest in Asia. The Muzaffarnagar market of Jiggery (heat-dried sugar-cane juice, called 'Gud' in local language) is the largest in Asia.
More than 70% of the region's population is engaged in agriculture. According to Economic Research firm Indic us Analytics, Muzaffarnagar has the highest agricultural GDP in Uttar Pradesh.
There are a number of good schools and colleges in the city. Schools are mostly associated with CBSE and UP Board. A few well-known schools of the city are SD Public School, Holy Angels Convent School, Shardein school, Bhagwanti Saraswati Vidya Mandir, MG Public School, GC Public School, S.D Inter College, Gyan Deep Public School, D.A.V Inter College etc. The city also has a lot to offer in terms of higher education. It is home to a major medical college and also privately funded colleges like S.D. College of Engineering & Technology, S.D. College of Management Studies, Deen Dayal Group of Colleges, The Skylark College of Technical Education & Management, and CMIS (College of Management and Sciences). The state-sponsored colleges like S.D Degree College, D.A.V Degree College, Choudhary Chotu Ram post graduate College, Jain Degree College also add to this list. Most of the colleges are associated to CCS university and UP-Technical university.
SD Public School ,

The new but well equipped and having fastest growth rate recorded by Shri Ram Group of Colleges founder director was the Dr. Rahul Goyal same as S.D.Management College. SRGC run MBA,MCA,BBA,BCA and other 24 courses. SRGC is the only group contain well qualified faculty members as Mr. Nishant Rathi, CA Manmohan singh, Dr. Dinesh Bhardwaj, Mr. Ashfaq., Dr. Mohd Arif( Already selected in Govt.. Job but volunterly work of this group) Dr. vijay Sharma,CA Saurabh Mittal, Mr. Amit, Mr. Praveen Singh, Dr. Parul Goyal, Ms. Versa, Ms. Prerna Mittal, Dr. Poonam , Mr. Pramod, Ms.Anita, Ms. Swati & Finally Dr. B.K.Tyagi( Former commission member and executive director of this group)

There is a good track record of city-students scoring places in world renowned institutions of higher education. To cater to there educational needs a lot of coaching classes targeting IIT-JEE, CBSE-PMT, AIEEE, CAT and other competitive examinations, are available in the city. Among these CAREER LAUNCHER have a unique place among MBA aspirants. The city is also benefited by close proximity to IIT-Roorkee, one of the Ivy League engineering institutions in India and Meerut, the educational hub of western UP.

It is important to mention contributions of Swami Kalyan Devji Maharaj in field of education. He was a unique personality who had dedicated himself to community service and had been serving villagers and others. Due to his efforts, nearly 200 institutions of national importance got established during the last one hundred years. These include: Gandhi Polytechnic, Ayurved Medical College, Ayurved Research Centre, Agriculture College, Agriculture Science Centre, Hospitals, Eye Hospitals, Degree Colleges, Inter Colleges, Senior Secondary Schools, Navodaya School, Girls' Schools, Junior High Schools, Primary Schools, Sanskrit Pathshalas, Dumb Deaf and Blind School, Yoga Training Centre, Ambedkar Hostel, Dharmshalas, Orphanage, Old Persons' Ashram, Old Cow's Protection Centre and several other spiritual and religious centres.

The great educationist Mr. Bhudev Singh, an Indian Education tycoon, who propagated and implemented groundbreaking educational ideas in order to spread education to the grass root level, also belongs to Muzaffarnagar.
Some Important Places of Muzaffarnagar
Bhairo-ka-Mandir, the Bhairo Temple, looked after by the Paliwal Family of Brahmins, is situated in the heart of the city on Ansari Road.[3] It is a very quiet and spiritual place to spend some time, as very few people visit this temple. It is most visited during festival season. This temple is of special significance because it contains Ekadash-Shivlinga (eleven Shivalingas).

Sankirtan Bhawan, popularly known as Kirtan Bhawan, is also very famous. It is situated in prime residential area of New Mandi. A Kirtan (singing of Bhajans in praise of Lord) is conducted daily in evening here; the temple got it's name on this daily activity. It is the only temple in 5 districts nearby to have a statue of Lord Tirupati Balaji (an avatar of Lord Vishnu) in accordance with Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh. A Bhandaara (free distribution of food as Lord's Prasada) is being organised at this temple's "Anna Shetra" (Food Area) daily at 12.00 noon. More than 1,00,000 poor people are being served annually here. It was started by a well known philanthropist and businessman of his time, Late Giani Ram Gupta, in 1979 out of his own funds but by Lord's blessing very soon the initiative received heavy donations and today it supports similar initiatives in areas nearby. Shiv Chowk, it is a place of worship located in the heart of city on the GT Road. Over 300 thousand kawariyas perform parikrama of the Holy temple on the occasion of Shiv Ratri.

Balaji Dham, (an avatar of Lord Hanuman), aka Balaji Temple, is also famous; it is situated in 'New Mandi' area of Muzaffarnagar. A Bhandaara is also organized here daily at 2.00 PM.

Kali-Nadi Devi Mandir, at the west end of the town, is one of the oldest temples having a great mythological importance. A very big Bhandara is held here on every Devi Chauda and, after the day of Holi, here is a big fair.

Dargah Har Shrinath is one of the famous places for the devotees, situated at Ansari Road. The branches of the place are almost in every city of India with its Head-Office in Delhi. Every Shivratri, here is a very big function. The annual function of the temple is celebrated on 9th of March with great pomp and show.

Vahelna, 4 km from the city, is a holy site for Jains. Vahelna is an excellent example of Hindu-Muslim brotherhood as the walls of Mosque, Shiv Mandir and Jain Mandir touch each other.

Shukratal, is a well known religious place in Muzaffarnagar just 40 minutes from city centre. It hosts sky-high statues of Lord Hanuman, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga. It is famous for thousands of years old Vat Vraksha (tree) associated with times of Mahabharata. This tree has great historical importance and is said to be immortal. Every year lakhs of devotees come to do Parikrama (circling the perimeter of tree on foot) of this ancient tree. Shukratal is also referred to as a mini-Haridwar as the river Ganges passes through it, flowing straight from Haridwar.
Shiv Chowk (Heart of the City), Bhagat Singh Road (Main Market), Court Road, Lohia Bazaar or Loha Mandi (market of steel and iron products), Ansari Road, Jhansi-ki-Rani Chowk, S.D. Market (of cloth wholesalers), Zila Parishad market (pharmaceutical's wholesalers), Sadar Bazaar (Hospitals, Hoseiry wholesalers, Stock-brokers etc.), Gandhi Colony, Roorkee Road Market (Heavy Engineering Products), Meerut Road (Automobile showrooms),RAM NURSERY Roorkee road bhamanheri and New Mandi (Most private/public banks, Cloth Retailers showrooms etc.). Sadar Bazaar and New Mandi are the most expensive areas in terms of real estate prices. ASJ Grand plaza mall will soon be a part of city where number of branded shops will be available. Reebok and Levis are opening their stores shortly here.
Abupura, Adarsh Colony, Aryapuri, Civil Lines,Gaushala {Nadi Road}, Gandhi Colony,Indira Colony, Jat Colony, Khaalapar, New Mandi, Patel Nagar, Prem Puri, Kundan Pura, Saket Colony, Sarwat Gate, Dayalbagh satsangies colony (a colony of radhasoami faith followers, Laxman vihar etc. A new residential venture by ANSAL builders is soon to come up in the city. Still there is an area which has all the comforts at a hand throw as Vegetables Mandi, Fruit Mandi, Petrol Pump, Clothes Market, Cinema Halls, any type of shop. It is at the west end of the town.....named GAUSHALA. The people of the area are honest, civilized and hard-working.
Nearby Cities
The historical cities of Bijnor (VERY NEAR), Meerut and Hastinapur are close by. Also in proximity are New Delhi, Ghaziabad, Roorkee, Haridwar, Dehra Dun, Saharanpur and Panipat
Muzaffarnagar is well connected with roads to nearby cities and with railways to the major Indian cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Ujjain, Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi, Allahabad, Agra, Jaipur and Patna, Panipat.
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