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District Court, Shamli

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HIstory- Shamli is a historical city and district headquarters in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and a major centre of the Sugar and Jaggery in Western Uttar Pradesh, also commonly known as the Upper Doab region. Shamli was declared as a district in September 2011 by then Uttar Pradesh Government, almost 150 years after it was stripped of its administrative importance by the British following its role and prominence in Indian Rebellion of 1857. Located on the Delhi–Yamnotri 4 lane highway with 98 km from Delhi, 38 km from Panipat, 45 km from Karnal, 65 km from Saharanpur, 60 km from Meerut and 40 km from Muzzafarnagar. Shamli is known for its old sugar mill called Upper Doab Sugar Mill, and serves as a market city for entire District. Economy Blessed with very fertile soil of upper doab and Eastern Yamuna canal for irrigation, farmers are able to raise bumper production of Sugarcane, Rice and Wheat. This area was a part of the green revolution that brought a lot of prosperity to the region. Dotted with numerous villages around Shamli especially Bhainswal Village (being considered most prosperous and leading village in Shamli District). In1965, Bhainswal village had the highest numbers of tractors in the country. With Shamli Sugar Mill located in the heart of city (operational since 1933) at disposal for farmers, the per capita income of Shamli district is among top ten in entire country. Bajaj Hindustan and Unn Sugar Mill are also located in Shamli District. Being in Upper Doab region of Uttar Pradesh (Proposed NCR) and bordering with Panipat and Karnal, the dairy and agriculture equipments industry is booming leaps and bounds.
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