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Bijnor, also known as Bijnor, is a district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India, located in the northwest corner of the Moradabad division.
The district has a rich historical and cultural heritage, with many famous tourist destinations, ancient temples, and ashrams.
It was founded by Ghulam Qadir (Najibudaulah) in the 18th century after the fall of the Mughal Empire.
Bijnor is known for its agricultural products, important sugar industry, and diverse population, where people speak languages such as Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi.
The district is a part of the Moradabad division and is situated in the upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab near the river Ganga.
Bijnor has a total area of 4,049 square kilometers and a population of 3,682,713, the literacy rate is 70.43% and the sex ratio is 913 females per 1000 males.
The present-day Bijnor city is a trade center for agricultural products and is also famous for its historical significance and cultural heritage.
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