Mirzapur was probably founded in the 17th century. By 1800, it had become the largest trading center in North India. When the railroad to Allahabad (northwest) opened in 1864, Mirzapur began to be devastated, which became increasingly important to local trade. At the crossroads of major railway lines, the town is also the center of industry for cotton milling, sandstone processing, brass product manufacturing, and carpet manufacturing. There are temples, ghats, and bathing stairs along the river. Located in Bindi Yachar is an ancient temple in Cali that is frequently visited by pilgrims.
Known for the carpet and brass products industries. The city is surrounded by several hills and is home to many waterfalls and natural attractions.
The area of Mirzapur is 4521 km2.
The Mirzapur district is divided into 4 subdistricts and 12 blocks.
Mirzapur has a village of 1967.
There are a total of 10 cities in the Mirzapur district.
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