Jalalabad, Muzaffarnagar

Jalalabad, Muzaffarnagar

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<!-- See WikiProject Indian cities for details -->Jalalabad (Hindi: जलालाबाद, Urdu: جلال آباد Jalālābād) is a town and a nagar panchayat in Muzaffarnagar district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.It is a historical town situated on Delhi Saharanpur road. Dating back to the Moghul period, situated close to the borders of Haryana and Uttarakhand states, and surrounded by a very fertile agricultural region famous for plentiful yields in grains and fruits, Jalalabad is internationally famous for its wood carving work cottage industry. It is a thriving market of local agricultural produce, including basmati rice and mangoes. A variety of agro-based industrial enterprises - such as textile, sugar, paper and cigarette factories - are located around it. It is 41&nbsp;km from Saharanpur and 40&nbsp;km from Muzaffarnagar.


First it had a Rajputana empire, but later on it was captured by Mughal Empire.According to tradition, the Pandavs exercise governmental authority in the upper doab, but very little is known about the early history of the district as an administrative unit until the reign of Akbar. In his days, the present parganas roughly corresponded to the sixteen mahals, which formed a part of two sirkars (Delhi and Saharanpur) in the subah of Delhi. Of these mahals, Sardhana was included in the sirkar of Saharanpur and together with the bulk of the present district of Muzaffarnagar, formed a dastur; those of......
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