A fertile strip of land, with an abundance of lush green landscapes , Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh is sandwiched between two of the most Holy rivers of India, the Ganga and the Yamuna.
For people with a historical bend of mind, Muzaffarnagar has a museum housing authentic stone and metal sculptures, coins etc., the Government Educational Museum also takes pride in its many paintings as well as it’s traditionally attired dolls.
Clocked in the quiet beauty of this quint little town are many beautiful and holy temples such as Sukdev temple, Bhairon ka Mandir, Shiv Chowk, Ganeshji temple, Sankirtan Bhawan etc. The Bhairon ka temple, with Lord Bhairon as its main deity and where 11 shivlings are enshrined is one of the most visited temples of our country. Another tourist attraction is the magnificent 35 feet high Lord Ganesha’s statue which compel you to bow your head in reverence in front of it.