Moradabad

Moradabad is a city in Uttar Pradesh state of India. It was established in 1600 A.D. by Murad, the son of the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan and hence the city came to known as Moradabad. The administrative headquarters of Moradabad District, Moradabad is situated at a distance of 167 km from the national capital, New Delhi, at the bank of River Ram Ganga (a tributary to the great Ganges). 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.

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Moradabad

The artistic city of Moradabad is known in the international arena as a brass city. The artistic characteristics of the city have. . .

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