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CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Muzaffarnagar
  Official Hindi & Khadi Bhasa
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration UP
Nearest cityMuzaffarnagar
Lok Sabha constituencyMuzaffarnagar
Vidhan Sabha constituencyBaghra
Website up.gov.in
In this village, There are many communities like hindu (Jaat, Kashyap, Harijan, Balmiki, Upadhayay, Julahe, Kumhar & Mushlim etc.)

Titawi is a village in Muzaffarnagar within the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, India. As of 2006, it had a population of approximately 8,000 within 1,000 households. It is some 15 km from the district headquarters.

Muzaffarnagar City in Uttar Pradesh, India

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Muzaffarnagar district District of Uttar Pradesh in India

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Titawi is developing as an industrial village. Most notable is the Titawi sugar mill. [1] It is conveniently near Dhindhawali, which grows sugarcane. Titawi provides a bus terminal for nearby villages.

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Dhindhwali is a village in Muzaffarnagar district, Uttar Pradesh, India. Its total population is 6,267,. It is located 120 km from the national capital New Delhi. Dhindhawali village is also situated near the Titawi Sugar factory, which is 6 km to the south. It was once famous for "Nakchunti" and "Gud".The main corps is sugar cane. There are mostly jats(jatts) in this village. kutba and nunakhera are nearby villages.hookah is most popular in the village. Baliyan(surname) is the main surname of jats.

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Bhaisani Islampur is a village which is situated in the block Thanabhawan on Thanabhawan to Babri Road, 5 km in the east of the Thanabhawan, at the Latitude 29.5608, Longitude 77.4633, Altitude (feet)807 Lat (DMS) 29° 33' 39N Long (DMS)77° 27' 48E, Altitude (meters)245. It was formerly in Muzaffanagar District but now comes into the Shamli District after 2009. It is the highest minority populated Gram Panchayat in Shamli District. Muslim and Jatav lives in this village. Muslim Population is 95-97% and rest are the Jatav in the village. There are 4 Islamic Madarsas, 21 Masjid, 2 primary school, 1 junior high school and 3 public schools. Oriental Bank of Commerce Branch situated in the village, and a water tank built in 2010. The roads and the facility conditions are very poor in village. http://www.indiamapia.com/Muzaffarnagar/Bhaisani_Islampur.html


  1. "TITAWI SUGAR MILL | Baghra Google Satellite Map". Maplandia.com. Retrieved 11 November 2008.

Coordinates: 29°28′N77°32′E / 29.467°N 77.533°E / 29.467; 77.533

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