Muzaffarnagar is a city as well as a municipal council in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is a part of the National Capital Region. It lies in the Doab region of Indo-Gangetic Plain. A Mughal Commander by the name of Sayyid Muzaffar Khan founded the city near the ancient town of Sarwat in 1633 during the reign of Shah Jahan. The native language of the city is Khari Boli, which is a prestigious dialect of Hindi. It resembles the Haryanvi dialect of Hindi. The economy of Muzaffarnagar depends upon the sugar and jaggery production. The farming activities in the area are focussed on jaggery and the city boasts of its huge jaggery trading business. There are eight sugar mills in the district of Muzaffarnagar. Apart from sugar and jaggery, Muzaffarnagar is also known for its production of steel and paper. The famous Shiv Chowk at the center of the city attracts many devotees of Lord Shiva during the Maha Shivratri ceremony every year. The city is known for its delectable cuisine, especially the chaats and sweets like "ghevar" are wildly craved for.
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