Muzaffarnagar

Muzaffarnagar, popularly known as 'The Sugar Bowl of India', is a city under Muzaffarnagar Urban Metropolitan Region and is a part of National Capital Region. The city is located in the middle of highly fertile upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab region and is very near to the capital - New Delhi.

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Akshaya Vat Vriksha, Muzaffarnagar
27.6 kms from Muzaffarnagar city limits
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The Akshaya Vat Vriksha is a very holy place in Muzaffarnagar. The Vriksh is situated just 27. 6 kms away from Muzaffarnagar town.

The Akshaya Vat Vriksha is a holy pilgrimage center. The main icon of the place is a banyan tree which is mentioned in the Hindu mythology. The term 'akshaya' means indestructible . The tree is more than five thousand years old and is 150 feet high. This place is believed to have healing powers. The tree is considered holy because it is five thousand years old and is a part of the Hindu mythology. For the believers, it is the best place for worship and ...

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Badi Masjid, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Badi Masjid is located in Muzaffarnagar. It is within city limits at a distance of 1 km from the City Center.

Badi Masjid is an important place of worship for all devout Muslims in the city. It is also an important pilgrimage place. It is a very big mosque with really spacious interiors and can accomodate many people during prayers. Apart from being a large mosque it also holds daily prayers and many Muslims come from adjoining areas to offer prayers and then break their morning fast. It has a extensive courtyard with a large water source in the form of a tank. Inside, the Masjid h...

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Bhairon Ka Mandir, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Bhairo ka Mandir is a Hindu religious site situated in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh and is visited by devotees of Lord Bhairo.

Lord Bhairo is considered to be one of the most prominent gods of Hindu mythology. The devotees worship the idol of lord Bhairo. Not only the Hindus but people from the Jain and Buddhist community also worship Lord Bhairo. The major attraction of this place is the collection of eleven different shivlingas regarded as Ekadash Shivlinga. Bhajans and aartis are sung in the morning and evening. Pandit Bunty and his family members conduct the daily rituals and ...

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Dargah Har Srinath
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Dargah Har Srinath is located in Ansari Road. It is located at a distance of 2km from it and is on the outskirts of the city.

Dargah Har Srinath is an important religious place in the Muzzafarnagar city. The Dargah is a tomb and called Dargah Har Shrinath or the resting place of a popular Sufi Saint. Several branches of the temple trust are maintained all over India, the headquarters of which are in Delhi. Muzaffarnagar city is famous across the nation for being home to a number of ancient religious places of worship, temples and other spiritual areas worth visiting. It is a bustli...

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Durga Dham, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Durga Dham is a religious place located in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. It is well-known place for its idol of Goddess Durga, which is placed next to the idol of Lord Shiva.

The idol of the goddess is 51 feet tall and is very popular among the devotees of Goddess Durga. There is also a cave at the site. It is said to be a man- made cave by the locals. The idol depicts goddess Durga riding on a lion, with many arms each carrying a weapon. Goddess Durga is also known as Adi Parashakti, Devi, Parvati and by many other names.

Durga Dham attracts lots of visitors at the tim...

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Ganesh Dham is a religious place located in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. The 35 feet idol of lord Ganesha attracts the attention of many visitors.

This beautiful 35 feet tall idol was a result of the efforts made by the religious personality Lala Sukhbir Singh Ji, and agenerous social worker Lala Lakshmi Chand Singhal Ji who were the residents of Muzaffarnagar. This idol is well-known for its several unique features. Beautifully sculpted it has the holy tripathi river flowing on to its left side and on to its right is Vat Vriksh located in Shukdeva Teela. At the back side is the m...

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Government Museum, Muzaffarnagar
7.2 kms from Muzaffarnagar city limits
History

The Government Museum is a very well preserved place in Muzaffaranagar. It is situated just 7. 2 kms away from Muzaffarnagar and is set well within the city limits.

The Government Museum in Muzaffarnagar is one of the very well maintained and protected places of the area. The museum is rich in ethnic and historic facts contents and many other antiques which are of great historic importance. Just as the name suggests, the museum describes the evolution of education in India to the current form. The place is very fascinating as many of the things that we take for granted have been gi...

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Hanuman Dham, Muzaffarnagar
23.1 kms from Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Hanuman Dham is a very spiritual place near Muzaffarnagar. It is situated 23. 1 kms away from the Muzaffarnagar town.

The Hanuman Dham in Muzaffarnagar has an idol of hanuman carrying a mountain. The shrine is very closely related to the Hindu mythology. The place has a very significant importance in Ramayana. The temple has a very tall idol of hanuman which is almost 75 feet high. The idol is placed outdoors and is place in such a way that it seems it is standing over the main shrine as of protecting it. The temple itself was built in 1687 and is one of the major spiritual attract...

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Kali Nadi Devi Mandir, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
History

Kali Nadi Devi Mandir is a Hindu temple located in Muzaffarnagar. It is within city limits at a distance of 1 km from the city centre.

Situated on the west end of the city of Muzzafarnagar, Kali-Nadi Devi Mandir is one of the oldest temple and the must visit tourist attraction in the city. It is a very popular tourist destination and is very holy due to the close proximity with the Ganga or the Ganges. The place is connected to Parikshit of Mahabharat. It is said here Shuk Muni (Saint) first delivered Shrimad Bhagwad to Parikshit before he died. The temple holds a great mythologica...

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Kamla Nehru Vatika, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits

Kamla Nehru Vatika, also known as Company Bagh is a prominent public garden in Muzaffarnagar. It is situated at a distance of 3. 6kms from Muzaffarnagar. It is a beautiful garden surrounded by many trees.

Kamla Nehru Vatika, named after the wife of Jawahar Lal Nehru, has many fruit-bearing trees. The fruits are sold in the auction every year once the fruits ripen. he local Nagar Palika authorities maintain this place. It also has a children's park within the premises.

Visitors enjoy the evening walks amidst the trees. There is also a separate area for the children to p...

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Sankirtan Bhawan, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Sankirtan Bhawan is a religious site located in Muzaffarnagar. It is within city limits at a distance of 1km from the city centre.

As per the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams manages all the prominent Balaji Tirupati temples in the country and abroad, Sankirtan Bhawan is the only temple in five nearby districts to carry the idol of Lord Tirupati Balaji. It was in 1979 when a very popular philanthropist cum businessman and Lord Tirupati Balaji devotee called Giani Ram Gupta started this free food service for the poor from his personal wealth. However, later this initiative got an over...

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Shiv Chowk, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Shiv Chowk is the most popular marketplace located in Muzaffarnagar. It is within city limits at a distance of 1 km from the city center.

The Shiv Chowk is so called because of a vast statue of Lord Shiva in the centre. The chowk is similar to other famous chowks such as Chadni Chowk and is essentially contains a large bazaar area and is located at the heart of the city and is surrounded by crowded markets and commercial places. People visit the site daily to pray to Lord Shiva while on their way to work. The magnificent structure is the most popular landmark of Muzaffarnagar. This...

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The Vehalna Digambar Jain Mandir Atishaya Kshetra is a very spiritual place near Muzaffarnagar. The place is situated just 7. 9 kms away from Muzaffarnagar city center.

The Vehalna Digambar Jain Mandir Atishaya Kshetra is an important pilgrimage center for Jains. The site is a very good symbol of secularism as well because here, a single wall is shared by a mosque, a shiva temple and a jain temple. The jain temple has a very old idol of the lord Parshrwanath. The temple has 57 feet high Manasthamb. A newly built statue of the lord Parshwanath is also there which is almost 31 feet h...

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Zoology Museum, Muzaffarnagar
Within Muzaffarnagar city limits
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Zoology Museum is one of the famous museums of Uttar Pradesh which showcases different kinds of animals and insects. Located within the campus of Sanatan Dharam College it is at a distance of 1 Km from Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.

The Sanatan dharma college started the construction of this museum. It was established in the year 1970. P. G Students from the department of zoology of this university took the initiative to establish this museum. The major attraction of this museum is the insect galleries. It includes the preserved animals of invertebrate phyla and vertebrate classes...

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