The city was founded by a Syed Jagirdar during theMughalperiod and christened in honor of his father Muzaffar Ali Khan. Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh is known for its temples and other places of religious interest. The main attraction of the city is thetempleof Bhairo. Whereas devotees take time to visit temples and religious places like Ganeshdham, Durga Dham, Hanuman Dham and Kali-Nadi Temple. Some of the more popular temples are located at Shiv Chowk, miles from the city. The Chowk also has the Akshaya Vat tree, which is an ancient tree which is considered sacred by Hindus. The city is also home to the Dargah Har Shrinath, the tomb of a famous Sufi saint.
Vahelna, a beautiful village, Sri 1008 Parshwanath Digambar Jain, extravagant region, has manymuseumsand educational institutions in addition to religious sites. These include the ZoologyMuseumand the Government Educational Museum. It is one of the largest good trade markets in Asia. And exports good to various countries in Asia and its surroundings. This place is famous for its temples and peripheries. Such as Bhairon Temple, Shiv Chowk, Shukratal, Sukdev Temple, Ganesh Ji Temple, etc. Among these temples, Bhairon Temple and Shiv Chowk are the most famous. Shiv Chowk is located on GT Road to visit the temple and is mostly visited by Kaveris on the occasion of Shivaratri.
Shukratal is an important religious place in which there are huge idols of Lord Shiva, Ganesh, Hanuman and Goddess Durga. The fields are famous for their sugar industry, paper mills and steel rolling mills with a good crop due to its rich fertile soil. While local dishes like Paneer Pasanda, Shab Dig, Paneer Pakode and Methi Roti are definitely worth tasting. If you are coming here for the first time, then do not forget to savor the famous street food from Chand Bali Ki Chaat.
It has a temperate variety marked by warm temperate and warm winters. And the summer season starts at the beginning of April and starts at the end of June. (32.8 0 C) (Warmest month) The winter season starts in October and continues till the middle of March. (13.990 C) (The coldest month of January) Its monsoon season starts at the end of June. And lasts until the middle of September. The average annual temperature is 24.2 ° C.
Festivals in Muzaffarnagar
Following are the festivals celebrated in Muzaffarnagar.