Meerut is the fastest growing and most important town after Ghaziabad and Noida. In terms of population in Uttar Pradesh, it secured 4th position. The city was the unit of the Hastinapur Empire of Kauravas, characters of Mahabharata. Being one of the ancient cities in India, it attracts tourists all around the world. The place is popular for its sports goods, Gazak and scissors. By land transport, Meerut is well connected to Noida, Hapur, Ghaziabad, Haridwar, Saharanpur, etc., allowing a large number of people to move easily for day to day work.

With its luxuriant charming history scenery and imminent history, Meerut has a well-grown tourism sector. Meerut’s popular destination that attracts thousands of tourists includes Chandi Devi Temple, Jain Temples of Hastinapur, Jama Masjid, Bale Miyan Ki Dargah, Suraj Kund, Baleni, Barnawa, Sardhana Church, etc. The city enjoys a reputation for being a home for products associated with engineering, agriculture, and smelting. The rest of the states of India depend on Meerut for agricultural implements and implements.