2.2 /5 20 votes

View Hotels For Your Date

Plan Your Trip To Muzaffarnagar


Ideal duration:

Best Time: November - February Read More

Planning a Trip? Ask Your Question

"Sugar Bowl of India"

Muzaffarnagar Tourism

Muzaffarnagar is a municipal board in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh which is also the headquarter of the district. Located in the centre of the highly-fertile upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab region on the Delhi-Haridwar highway, Muzaffarnagar is one of the most prosperous cities of the state and forms a part of the New-Delhi Capital Region (Delhi-NCR). Mostly famous for its paper mills, sugar industry and steel rolling mills, Muzaffarnagar is dotted with some Mughal-era monuments and small temples.

Originally known as Sarwat, the city of Muzaffarnagar was gifted by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to one of his favourite chieftains Muzaffar Khan, leading to it being renamed as Muzaffarnagar. Being a centre of jaggery production with steel and sugar industries, there isn't much to explore in the city for the tourists. The major attractions of Muzaffarnagar are Ganeshdham, Vahelna Jain Temple and Bhairon Ka Mandir, apart from some smaller attractions scattered in the district. Khari Boli is the native language of Muzaffarnagar which resembles with the Haryanvi dialect of Hindi.

Download Muzaffarnagar PDF Guide

Free . Works Offline . Share Anywhere

Download Now

More on Muzaffarnagar

History of Muzaffarnagar

The history of this city, with the largest granary in the state, goes back to the reign of Shah Jahan. Muzaffarnagar was established by Sayyid Munawar Lashkar Ali, who named the city after his father, Sayyid Muzaffar Ali Khan in 1633. He was appointed as a ruler of this province by the then Mughal Emperor, Akbar.

It is said that the acclaimed war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, was fought in the fields of ‘Pachenda’. The base of their army camps is now famed as ‘Kaurawali’ and ‘ Pandavli’ respectively. However, after the descent of the Sayyids, the region of Muzaffarnagar was raided by Sikhs and other travellers. In 1826, Muzaffarnagar became a revenue district during the establishment of East India Company. Even after the Independence of India, this city endured the state of being harmonious.

Muzaffarnagar Photos

Ganeshdham - Most Popular Tourist Attraction in Muzaffarnagar
Akshay Vat Vatika - Sacred Banyana Tree
Grand Procession at Shiv Chowk, Muzaffarnagar

+ 4

FAQs on Muzaffarnagar

What is the best time to visit Muzaffarnagar?

The best known time to visit Muzaffarnagar is during winter from November to February. The temperature drops from 11 ºC to 7ºC during winters. It is said that the winter atmosphere is the most appropriate time to visit religious places like Muzaffarnagar.
April to August are the months when summer heat reaches from 15 ºC to 26 ºC with an average temperature of 28 ºC.

Read More

What is the best way to reach Muzaffarnagar?

The city of Muzaffarnagar can be reached directly by road but there are no direct flights or trains to Muzaffarnagar. The nearest airport to Muzaffarnagar is Dehradun Airport. Bamanheri and Jarauda stations are the closest to Muzaffarnagar station.

Read More

What are the things to do in Muzaffarnagar?

The top things to do in Muzaffarnagar are Ganeshdham, Vahelna Jain Mandir, Bhairon Ka Mandir, Akshay Vat Vatika, Sankirtan Bhawan, Zoology Museum. You can see all the places to visit in Muzaffarnagar here

What are the places near Muzaffarnagar?

The top places near to Muzaffarnagar are Rishikesh which is 87 km from Muzaffarnagar, Haridwar which is located 68 km from Muzaffarnagar, Nainital which is located 170 km from Muzaffarnagar, Delhi which is located 101 km from Muzaffarnagar, Mussoorie which is located 114 km from Muzaffarnagar

Have a Question on Muzaffarnagar?

Ask a question from the travellers who have

Muzaffarnagar Reviews

Your rating
See 6 Hotels