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.
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