The satellite location of meerut is in 28°57’ to 29°02’N latitude and 77°40’ to 77°45’E longitude in the plains of the Indo-Gangetic region in India. The region is surrounded by Muzaffarnagar in the north, Bulandshahr in the south, Baghpat is in the south and Ghaziabad in the west. Ganges flows in such a way that Moradabad and Bijnor are separated from meerut at the eastern boundary. River Hindon is towards the western side and separates the baghpat district. The surface constituents are mostly rocky, although mountains are conspicuously absent. Pleistocene is found in the soil, where sediments of alluvium are also mixed and transported along the river bed. Plenty of alluvial deposition can be found in the region. These sediments contain silt, clay and fine as well as coarse sands. Fertility of the land is quite high and suitable for plants such as sugarcane, wheat and also vegetables. The location of the city of meerut is between the plains drained by Yamuna and Ganges.
Satellite Map of Meerut