The city was established by Sayyid Jagirdar Munawar Lashkar Ali and named after his father's name Muzaffar Ali Khan. It is also known as the ‘The Sugar Bowl of India’, one of the major production of sugar in India. The city is the home to a myriad of temples, mosques, and places of religious importance. Tasty cuisines in city includes Paneer Pasanda and Shab Deg, tourist from all over the world came to enjoy the delicious food.
Flying to Muzaffarnagar: Jolly Grant Airport (176 km away) is the nearest airport to Muzaffarnagar. It offers domestic flights from New Delhi, Mumbai, Jammu, Banglore, Hyderabad, Patna, Lucknow, Raipur, Cochin.
Driving to Muzaffarnagar:
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