The city of Aligarh is located on an elevation of about six hundred feet above the sea level. It is a fertile and agriculturally rich land situated between the two major rivers of the country namely, the Ganga and the Yamuna. The Grand Trunk Road, the earliest highway of the nation passes right through the township. The presence of the two rivers gives the city a rich agricultural base where most crops thrive and the cash crops grown here are mostly rice, wheat, a number of pulses like black ‘chana’ or black gram as also there are huge groves of mango and other fruits as well. The region has both the kharif and the rabi harvests. Another intermediate cash crop is that of ‘moongphali’ or peanuts that is grown in large quantities in the area.
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