The city of Ghaziabad was founded in 1740 by Ghaziabad, who served as Vizier in the court of Muhammad Shah, the emperor of the Mughal Empire. During the Mughal Empire, Ghaziabad, especially on the banks of the Hindon River in Ghaziabad, remained a picnic spot for the Mughal royal family. When the Amritzal Sahalapur-Ghaziabad line of the Sind, Punjab and Delhi Railways was completed in 1870, Delhi was connected to Multan via Ghaziabad, and Ghaziabad became the intersection of the East Indian Railways and the Sind, Punjab and Delhi Railways. rice field. Ghaziabad has been involved in the Indian independence movement since the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
There are various factories, breweries and distilleries. The city has a very famous temple called the Mohan Nagar Temple. The temple is one of the most peaceful places in the area.
Total area is 1034km2.
The district has been divided into three subdivisions.
Ghaziabad District has a total of 82 villages.
There are seven cities in the Ghaziabad district.
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