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About Moradabad City Moradabad is a city in Uttar Pradesh state of India. It was established in 1600 by Murad, the son of the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan; as a result the city came to known as Moradabad. It is the administrative headquarters of Moradabad District. The city is famous for its huge export of brass handicrafts to North America and Europe, and is also thus called ‘Brass City’ or Peetal Nagri (in the local language). It has close to four million citizens of various ethnicities and religions.

Climate In Moradabad Climate data for Moradabad Month













Average high 째C (째F)

17.1 (62. 8)

24.5 (76.1)

31.6 (88. 9)

36.4 (97. 5)

41.4 (106. 5)

44.7 (112. 5)

36.5 (97.7 )

33.4 (92.1)

34.1 (93.4 )

28.2 (82. 8)

27.4 (81. 3)

20 (68)

4 (39)

7 (45)

12 (54)

15.7 (60. 3)

17.4 (63.3 )

17.7 (63. 9)

19.2 (66.6 )

21.5 (70.7)

19.2 (66.6 )

13.2 (55. 8)

12.1 (53. 8)

8 (46)

18.2 (0.7 2)

24.5 (0.9 6)

12.1 (0.4 8)

12.4 (0.4 9)

21.6 (0.85 )

99.1 (3.9 0)

168.1 (6.62 )

207.1 (8.15)

99.3 (3.91 )

27.1 (1.07 )

6.1 (0.2 4)

9.0 (0.3 5)

Average low 째 C (째F) Average precipitation mm

Prem Wonderland Situated near the railway crossing on Rampur on the outskirts of Moradabad, Prem Wonderland and Prem Water Kingdom is a huge entertainment complex. It offers a wide array of water sports and other entertainment activities for the people of all age groups, especially children in the city and the surrounding areas who visit it very often to pass their time.

Bade Hanuman Ji Bade Hanuman Ji Temple is situated at Hanuman Garhi in a small town of Chandausi in district Moradabad. This is one of the ancient and most famous temples in the region. It houses the statues of Lord Hanuman. It is believed to have been built approximately 400 years back and is located close to the Sita Ashram Playground at Hanumangarhi.

Vidur Kuti Vidur was a highly revered personage in Mahabharata because he exhibited the qualities of saintliness, truthfulness and impartiality. It is said that when the war of Mahabharata was to begin, he was requested by both the warring factions, Kauravas and Pandavas, to take care of their women and children so that they were not killed in the war.

Najibudaulah's Fort Situated at Najababad in Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, Najibudaulah’s Fort was built by Ghulam Kadir alias Najibudaulah in 18th century after the downfall of the Mughal Empire. Ghulam Kadir was a notorious dacoit called Sultana Dakoo. A clever burglar, he would hide in this fort to avoid being arrested by the British police. The fort stands intact even to this day and is a popular tourist destination.

Mandawar Ka Mahal Queen Victoria of England was fond of Urdu language. She called a Munsh (teacher) Mazhar Ali from India to her palace in England to teach her Urdu and Persian languages. Pleased and gratified with the services of the Munshi, she built a palace for him in Mandawar, called Mandawar ka Mahal in 1850.

Rampur Raza Library Rampur Raza Library is situated in Rampur in Uttar Pradesh. It was set up by Nawab Faizullah Khan in 1774. He gave away all the books he had inherited from his predecessors along with those kept in the Nawabs’ Toshakhana. It houses an extensive collection of books on Indo-Islamic cultural heritage.

Sai Temple Located in Deen Dayal Nagar, Phase II close to Shri Sai Karuna Dham in Moradabad, Sai Temple is dedicated to Sai Baba of Shirdi. Since the revered saint believed in Sabka Malik Ek and was also known for his mystical healing powers, the shrine is a favourite destination for followers of all faiths in the city.

Economy ● Moradabad is a major industrial city and export hub. Its handicrafts industry accounts for more than 40% of total handicraft exports from India. ● In 2006-2007, Moradabad export turnover was ₹32 billion ($530 millions). In 2012-2013 it increased to ₹40 billion ($667 millions). ● In October 2014, Livemint included Moradabad in its list of "25 Emerging Cities To Watch Out For In 2025". ● Moradabad brass industry that employs tens of thousands of workers has been impacted by ongoing wars in Libya and Syria.

Demographics ● According to the 2011 census Moradabad city has a population of 887,871. The population of Moradabad district was 4,772,006, roughly equal to the nation of Singapore or the US state of Alabama. ● It is the second most populated district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This gives it a ranking of 26th in India (out of a total of 640). ● The district has a population density of 1,284 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,330/sq mi). Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 25.25%.

Population of Moradabad 2019 To know precisely the number of inhabitants in Moradabad in the year 2019, the population figures of the past 5 years should be checked. They are as per the following: 019.html

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