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Official Website : http://muzaffarnagar.nic.in

Headquarters : Muzaffarnagar
State : Uttar Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 4008
Rural : 3867.59
Urban : 140.41

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 4143512
Rural : 2952200
Urban : 1191312
Male : 2193434
Female : 1950078
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 889
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 1034

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
Chief Minister Help Line : 1076
Child Helpline : 1098
Women Helpline : 1091
Crime Stopper Helpline : 1090
UP DIAL 100 Helpline : 100
Ambulance Helpline : 108
NIC Service Desk : 1800 111 555
Election Helpline : 1800 180 1950

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/829/download?token=FZ18-R1y

Brief About Muzaffaranagar District
A HISTORICAL OUTLINE
In pages of history and revenue records SARVAT was known as pargana which was given as JAGIR to one of the chieftains named SAIYED MUZAFFARKHAN by emperor SHAHJHAN. He founded the city of Muzaffarnagar in 1633 with lands of KHERA & SUJRU. His project was completed by his son MUNAWAR LASHKAR KHAN who in turn named the city after his father MUZAFFARKHAN.But recent finding of archeological site at village MANDI (Tehsil SADAR) in west of river KALI takes the roots of district Muzaffarnagar to HARAPPAN civilization. Hordes of gold ring like objects and other precious stones prove that the site was the part of mature HARAPPAN culture and also important center of trade during ancient times. More excavations are being carried out by Archeological Survey of India and in near future better picture will emerge from these findings.Proximity with HASTINAPUR and KURUKSHEHTRA indicates that this district was hub of activities during the MAHABHARAT era. With exceptions of few findings of GREECO-ROMAN coins, there is hardly any direct mention of the region for a long period of time. But with strategic location of MUZAFFAR NAGAR, it can be safely presumed that there were a lot of political as well as economic activities here. RAJPUTS, TAGAS and BRAHMINS dominated the area according to C.H.NEVILLE, I.C.S. in his compilation of Muzaffarnagar Gazetteer. Later JATS replaced the TAGAS.Persian literature has mention of the place during TIMUR's invasion of India. A large number of Hindus gathered at BHOKAR HERI on the banks of river GANGA to resist his armies according to TIMUR. But unorganized Hindu force were defeated by him in year 1399.

GEOGRAPHICAL OUTLINE

Muzaffarnagar is located at northern part of Uttar Pradesh. The district of Muzaffarnagar forms a portion of division Saharanpur, and situated in the DOAB of the Ganges and the Jamuna, between the districts of Meerut on the South and Saharanpur on the North. On the west, the Jamuna separates it from the Panipat

and Thaneswar tahsil of the Karnal district of Haryana; and on the east the river Ganges forms the boundary between this district and the Bijnor tahsil of the district of same name. It is roughly rectangular in shape, lying between north latitude 29º  11' 30'' and 29º 45' 15" and east longitude 77º 3' 45" and 78º 7'. The greatest length of district from east to west is sixty-one miles, and its greatest breadth from north to south thirty-six miles. The average length and breadths are about fifty-three and thirty-one miles, respectively. The total area in 1901 amounted  to 1,963,662 acres, or 1,662 square miles and in 2000 amounted to 4049 square k.m.. The district is well connected by road and railway network. National Higway-58 passes through Muzaffarnagar city. Upper Ganga & Lower Yamuna canal lie in this district.