Muzaffargarh is placed on the edge of the Chenab River. The city of Muzaffargarh was founded in 1794 by the Governor of Multan Nawab Muzaffar Khan. The name of the city Muzaffargarh is because, the old town lies inside the walls of fort constructed by Nawab Muzaffar Khan. Previous to that the place was recognized as "Musan Hatti". Muzaffargarh placed on the road leading from Multan to Dera Ghazi Khan.

Location:

Distance of Lahore from Muzaffargarh is 384 km; Muzaffargarh is placed on the road leading from Multan to Dera Ghazi Khan. Nearby cities are Dera Ghazi Khan, Multan, Vehari. Shujaabad, Mailsi, jatoi, Kot Adu, and, Alipur.

Linguistic:

Punjabi and Saraiki are the local languages of the area. Urdu and English and many other local languages are also spoken and understood by most of the people.

Educational Institutions:

This area is well-known for its academic and educational institutions. The famous institutes include Superior Science Secondary School, Misali Zikriya Higher Secondary School, Misali Middle School, Abdalian Higher Secondary Scool, Shakir Science Academy, Sir Syed Inter Science College, Rashid Minhas Higher Secondary School and Al-Hasnain Public School Khangarh.

Economy:

Mostly based on Agriculture, Major crops are, Wheat, sugarcane and cotton are the main crops grown in the district. Some of the other are Rice, jawar, bajra, moong, mash, masoor, ground nuts, and maize, oil seeds such as sunflower are also grow in slight quantities in the Muzaffargarh district.

Significant Housing Societies:

Khan Colony, Khurshidabad, Ghose Colony, Labour Colony, Bhuttapur, Vip Green Town

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