• Bijnor
  • Wood Craft

    Wood Craft

    A village in this district named as ‘Nagina’ (meaning 'Jewellery') is known for woodcraft. The wood carving done here has earned it the name of “wood craft city” globally. Even today, the craftsmen traditionally obtain the wood used in this craft and make beautiful decorative items from it.


    Bijnor occupies the North-West corner of the Moradabad Division. The Western boundary is formed throughout by the deep stream of the river Ganga, beyond which lie the four districts of Dehradun, Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar and Meerut, all belonging to the Meerut Division. There remains the low fringe of Khadir along the Ganges to the West. In the district of Bijnor covers forest area 54898 Hectares. Total registered Industrial Units in district are 6706.

    • Tehsils


    • Blocks


    • Village


    • Small Industries


    • Major Industries


    • Wooden Based Industry
    • Furniture Based Industry
    • Wooden Based Furniture
    • Readymade Garments and Embroidery
    • Paper and Products
    • Chemical/Chemical Based
    • Repairing Servicing