Allahabad

Enriched with a glorious history and being one of the oldest cities in the world, Allahabad, officially Prayagraj. has several historical monuments from different periods of Indian History, from medieval period under Mughal Rule British Raj to Alopi Devi Mandir in Alopibagh which is one of the oldest Hindu temples built during the ancient period. Several more historical locations like the Allahabad Fort built by Emperor Akbar during the Mughal Rule to several ancient Hindu temples like the Hanuman Temple near Sangam adorn the city. Allahabad is also famous worldwide for the Kumbh Mela, a holy religious gathering of Hindu pilgrims which also attracts a large number of tourists and has been taking place in the city from ancient times.

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Akshayavat, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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The Akshayavat is an ancient, and supposedly immortal, banyan tree, located in the city of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. The tree is on the premises of the Patalpuri Temple, which shares its territory with the Allahabad fort, very close to the Sangam ghats.

The eternal tree is said to be thousands of years old, and predicted to survive the end of human existence. According to legend, Lord Rama performed his pindadaan at this spot and blessed it with immortality. The temple which houses the tree predates Akbar's construction of the fort, which started in 1575. The Akshayavat is associat...

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All Saints Cathedral is located within the city in Allahabad, India.

All Saints Cathedral is also known as Patthar Girja which actually means Chruch of Stones. It is the best Anglican Cathedral in Asia. It was designed by the British architect Sir William Emerson, in 1871, who also designed the Victoria Memorial, Kolkata and the Crawford market, Mumbai, also the Muir Central College, Allahabad. it was made sacred in the year 1887 but took almost four years to complete. The church celebrates its anniversary on 1st November(All Saints Day) and is a part of the church of North India....

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Allahabad Ashoka Pillar
Within Allahabad city limits
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Ashoka pillars are a series of pillars or columns which are spread all over the northern Indian subcontinent region, which signify the Mauryan Empire. Each of the Ashoka Pillars is about 40 to 50 feet in height and each of them weighs approximately 50 tons. These pillars were constructed in various cities of India, including, Varanasi, Delhi, Champaran in Bihar, Bhopal. All these pillars are erected at Buddhist monasteries, important places of Buddha and at various pilgrimage places. Some of them were also constructed in Afghanistan and Pakistan. However, from the various pillars constructed, ...

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Allahabad Clock Tower is a clock tower located in Old Allahabad in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It was built in 1913 and is 40 feet high. It is located within city limits and is 1 km from city center.

Allahabad Clock Tower is a landmark in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh and is located in the region of Old Allahabad. It is a major attraction of the place and holds very significant importance for Allahabad's history. The IST or Indian Standard Time is calculated from Allahabad Clock Tower, though the final time is given by the authorities in Delhi. Allahabad Clock Tower is commonly known as ...

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Allahabad Fort is a historic 16th century fort which stands tall on the northern bank of the confluence of the Rivers Ganga and Yamuna, near Minto Park on Bandh Marg, in the North-Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is very well connected via the road, rail and air route.

Owing to its glory and valour, Allahabad fort is recognised as a monument of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India. It is a popular tourist destination in the culturally rich city of Allahabad and is visited by globetrotters, history buffs and experience seekers. The Allahabad fort is a magnif...

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Allahabad Museum
Within Allahabad city limits
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The Allahabad Museum is located in the Civil Lines area of the city at Chandrashekhar Azad Park. It is about 3 km away from the Allahabad railway junction and about 12 km away from Bamrauli Airport.

A museum was set up by North-West Province Governor General Sir William Muir in Allahabad in 1863. After the initiative to reopen the museum was taken by Jawaharlal Nehru, the museum was eventually opened in the Municipal Board building in 1931. The foundation stone of the present museum building was laid by Jawaharlal Nehru on 14th December 1947. The museum was opened to the public in ...

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Alopi Devi Mandir, Allahabad
6 kms from Allahabad city limits
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The Alopi Devi temple is unique in its absence of a presiding idol or goddess for worship. As the last of the shaktipeeths in India, the place is of great religious importance. The temple is located about 5 to 6 kms from Civil Lines, and about 3 kms from the Triveni Sangam.

Since it is one among the Shaktipeeths, the Navratris are celebrated with great gaiety at the Alopi Devi temple. Thousands of worshippers throng the place during this time, and the temple is decorated beautifully. On other days of the year, darshan and prayer can be done easily, although Tuesdays are relatively ...

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Anand Bhawan, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Anand Bhavan comprises of a pair of picturesque mansion located right in the heart of the city, near Balson Chauraha, Faizabad Road, Allahabad.

Anand Bhavan literally translates into ‘”abode of happiness” or “house of happiness”. It is one of the greatest avowals of the Freedom Struggle as several momentous decisions and events, related to the freedom struggle took place in this estate. In the early 1900s, House Number 77 in Meerganj Mohalla was bought by the lawyer, Motilal Nehru who was also one of India’s noted 19th century politicians and father of Jawaharlal Neh...

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Azad Park Lake, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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The Azad Park lake is a large artificial water body inside the centrally located public park, previously known as Alfred Park or Company Garden in Allahabad. The area can be easily reached by road, and is situated around 2 to 2. 5 km from Civil Lines.

The park is spread across a sprawling 133-acre area, and contains several historical landmarks like the iconic statue of Shaheed Chandrashekhar Azad at the very spot where he shot himself, memorials dating back to the British Raj, the Madan Mohan Malviya stadium, and the Prayag Sangeet Samiti. The park was built in 1870 to mark the vi...

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Bade Hanuman Mandir, Allahabad
7 kms from Allahabad city limits
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At a place very close to Triveni Sangam in Allahabad, the holy union of three ordained rivers : Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati, is the Hanuman Temple. This temple serves as a major attraction for the pilgrims due its to very close proximity to the Sangam. The Bade Hanuman Temple is an important religious spot in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It is located within walking distance from the Allahabad Fort and Patalpuri temple. The Hanuman temple is roughly 7 kms from the Allahabad Junction railway station at Civil Lines.

The temple is famous for its enormous idol of Lord Hanuman, laid in a r...

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Baradari ghat, Baluaghat is a famous ghat on the banks of the Yamuna in Allahabad. It is located about 2 km away from the city centre towards the river. Baluaghat probably derived its name from the good quality of sand that was available in the bed of Yamuna. It took seven years for the construction of the ghat. The foundation stone of the ghat was laid on January 26, 1899, and It was completed in 1906.

Baluaghat was constructed in the memory of Lala Manohar Dass, son of Lala Kanhaiya Lal Khatri Tandon, the famous banker of the city. A sum of Rs 1 lakh was bequeathed by the family fo...

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The Beni Madhav temple, also known as the Lakshmi Narayan temple, is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi andLord Vishnu. Lord Madhav is the main God of Prayag according to the Padma Puran. Temple history suggests that ChaitanyaMahaprabhu, the most renowned Vaishnava Guru in Bengal and an ardent devotee of Lord Mahavishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, once visited the temple, which points to the prominence of the temple among the 12 Madhav temples in India. It is situated in 15-Alopi Bagh GT Road, in the west side of Sangam area, around 9 kms from Allahabad Railway station.

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Chandrasekhar Park ground or Alfred park is located in Georgetown and surrounded by Tagore town, civil lines and the University of Allahabad. It is located behind Allahabad Museum.

It was called Alfred park during the British rule, later it was called informally as company bagh. it is the biggest park in Allahabad and it also contains statues of George V and also Victoria. The park is more famous for the shootout that took place between Chandra Sekhar Azad and the British government in 1931. The park was built in order to welcome the British prince Alfred when he visited the city. ...

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Civil Lines, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Civil Lines, formerly known as Cannigton and Canning Town. It is a central business district, located in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. Civil Lines is famous for its well-planned, modern and urbanized infrastructure and high buildings.

Civil Lines was the largest planning project in India before the foundation of New Delhi. It was built under the supervision of Cuthbert Bensley Thornhill in 1857. The then Samdabad and Saadabad, comprising eight villages, has now turned into posh Civil Lines area. It was referred as the White Town before Independence due to the predominance of British peop...

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ISKCON Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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ISKCON, the Sri Sri Radha Veni Madhava mandir is situated on the bank of the holy Yamuna river in Allahabad nearby the water tank in Balaughat.

The mandir is spread in about two acres of land donated by the then King of Kasi ( Varanasi) Bibhuti Narayan Singh in the year 1995. The beautiful deity of the divine couple Sri Radha-Venimadhava ji was installed in the year 2003. There is also a small guesthouse and a Go-shala where the devotees are allowed to feed the cattle, along with some land to cultivate in the ashram premises.

The best time to visit the temple is duri...

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Jawahar Planetarium, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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The Jawahar Planetarium, Allahabad is located in the same estate as of Anand Bhawan, Allahabad. It is commonly known as the Allahabad Planetarium.

The planetarium is named after the first Prime Minister of India and was inaugurated in 1979. The museum is managed by Jawaharlal Memorial Trust and has lush green lawns and mesmerising architecture. It was made to provide scientific knowledge about outer space and now act as a pathway to outer celestial bodies.

Shows are conducted at 11:00 AM, 12:00 noon, 2:00 PM, 03:00 PM and 04:00 PM. Ideally visitors can visit the Planeta...

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Kalyani Devi Temple, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Kalyani Devi temple which is also known as Mahashakti Siddhpeeth is a historic Hindu temple situated at Attarsuiya, Allahabad Kotwali. It is at a distance of around 1. 7 km from Allahabad within city limits.

Named after Lalita and Kalyani which are the names of one Goddess Mahashakti. Kalyani Devi temple is considered sacred since Sati's fingers were believed to have fallen here. The temple is supposed to be around 1500 years old. Shrine of Kalyani Devi temple comprises of three stone idols. These are Goddess Kalyani Devi in the middle, Chinnamasta Devi one the left and Shankar Par...

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Khusro Bagh, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Khusro Bagh is a well-protected walled garden located in muhalla Khuldabad, GT Road, Near Allahabad Junction Station, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It is at walking distance about 550 metres from the railway station making it perfect for joggers and morning walkers. It hardly takes 4 minutes to reach Khusro Bagh from the railway station. It is roughly two miles from Akbar built Allahabad Fort.

Khusro Bagh is in a shape of a quadrangle, covering over forty acres and historically an important place as it surrounds the three tombs of the Mughal king - Jahangir’s family. It is an exqu...

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Lalita Devi Temple, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Situated on a narrow bustling street in the Meerapur area of Allahabad, is the Lalitha Devi Temple. Dedicated to the warrior manifestation of adishakti, Goodess Durga, this temple is seen as one of the Shaktipeethas.

This temple is also seen as a unique temple of goddess Shakti, as she is worship in three forms : Goddess Lalitha, Goddess Saraswati and Goddess Kali. It is also believed that the Pandavas visited the temple and offered prayers here. A story says that Arjuna used his arrows to make a well in the premises of the temple, and it evidently still exists to this date.
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The Mankameshwar Temple is situated on the banks of the Yamuna River in Allahabad which makes it a temple of immense religious importance. It is located very near to Saraswati Ghat, about 3 km from the city, which is a famous bathing ghat in Allahabad. The temple is under the jurisdiction of Jagath Guru Shankaracharya and is run and maintained by them. "Mankameshwar" means the God of the fulfillment of wishes and the temple derives its name from an interesting legend.

The Mankameshwar Temple is situated close to Minto Park, which was laid out by Lord Minto famous for the Morley-Minto...

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Allahabad is a city with all chowks named differently and called Chaurahas which translates to 'having four ways/exits'. One of these Chaurahas is called Manmohan Chauraha also called Manmohan Park Circle and the reason behind the name is the Manmohan park at the place. It is a busy locality located about 4. 3 km from the city and has a full-fledged typical Indian marketplacearound it.

The chauraha is filled with fast-food stalls and marketplace is full of shops providing for all the possible requirements. It has shops like 'Shivam Paints', 'SBI bank', 'Western Union', Hardware shops...

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Mayo Hall, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Mayo Memorial Hall is a large town hall situated near police line in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It was built in 1879 by Richard Roskell Bayne. It is located within city limits and is 3. 5 km from city center.

Mayo Memorial Hall commonly known as Mayo Hall is a large town hall which is used for meetings and gatherings is situated in Allahabad having a 180 feet high tower. The Mayo Memorial Hall was originally designed by the main designer of South Kensington museum, Prof. Gamble. The hall was built by R. Roskell Bayne in the late 19th century. It was completed in 1879 and this hall ...

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Minto Park, one of the most beautiful old parks in Allahabad, erected on a site near the Saraswati Ghat in the Yamuna, gives you a glimpse into the British era in India. The park is a historical site for in 1858 Earl Canning read out the declaration of Queen Victoria's Proclamation which resulted in the complete transfer of control over India from The East India Company to the government of Britain. The step was taken in the wake of 1857 Sepoy Mutiny. One of the reasons behind this mutiny was the blatant corruption that prevailed in the ranks of The East India Company. The decision resulted in...

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Moti Mahal, Allahabad
5.2 kms from Allahabad city limits
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Moti Mahal is also known as Todarmal Fort is a palace built during the Mughal period. It is located at a distance of 5. 2 kms from the city of Allahabad.

Moti Mahal is a mansion which historically belonged to King Todarmal. The palace is built with red sandstones which adds to the beauty of the castle. As it was constructed during the Mughal period, all the chambers are built in Mughal fashion. Moti Mahal is close to the confluence of three holy rivers the Ganga, the Yamuna and Saraswati.

There are no special events conducted since currently, Moti Mahal is very dilapida...

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Nagvasuki Mandir, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits

The Hindu temple Naag Vasuki temple is dedicated to the Vasuki, the king of the serpents. It is situated on the north banks of the Ganga, to the north of the railway bridge in the northern corner of Daraganj. It is believed that around the 10th Century, an old temple existed here, perhaps the original. The Maratha King Shridhar Bhonsle constructed the present temple, which is not older than the 18th C and is said to be a fine example of medieval architecture.

Nag Vasuki (Nag Raj), the Lord of the Nagas, is the presiding Deity which makes the temple unique. He resides in the sanct...

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Narayani Ashram, Allahabad
9 kms from Allahabad city limits
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Narayani Ashram is an ashram, which is a place where Hindus can go in order to pray and live together, is situated in Teliarganj located in Allahabad, Uttar PradeshIt has become center of attraction due to the grandeur and ambience of the Ashram. It is located within city limits and is 9 kms from city center.

Narayani Ashram commonly known as Shree Narayan Ashram in its present form is the result of self-less sacrifice and penance of Mahaprabhuji. By conducting several sacrificial rites and by instituting spiritual centre, the Mahaprabhu has brought a number of people on the path ...

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New Yamuna Bridge, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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New Yamuna bridge is a cable-stayed bridge which was constructed by the end of 2004. It is at a distance of around 3. 5 km from the city center of Allahabad.

New Yamuna bridge was constructed with the aim of minimising traffic over the old Naini bridge which can be seen from here. This bridge is India's first cable-stayed bridge with six lanes which makes it an awe-inspiring piece of architecture. It is a collaborative project by Hindustan Construction Company and Hyundai Engineering and Construction. New Yamuna bridge runs across the Yamuna river connecting the city Allahabad to i...

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The Old Naini Bridge, located in the southern part of Allahabad stands as a monumental achievement of the Indian Railways during the British Era. Built over river Yamuna in 1865, the bridge has been standing strong for 153 years, and is a vital possession of the North Central Railway. It was a crucial link between the Delhi-Howrah route, serving as a connection between Delhi and Calcutta in 1853. The bridge also helped connect eastern parts of India, such as Howrah, Kolkata, Gauhati and other places with other parts of the country.

Not only an integral part of the Indian Railways, ...

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The Thornhill Mayne Memorial, popularly known as the Allahabad Public Library, is situated at Alfred Park in Allahabad and is the biggest public library in all of Uttar Pradesh. Established in 1864, the building was designed by Richard Roskell Bayne. The library is a striking example of Scottish Baronial Architecture. It was only in 1879 that the public library was shifted to this monumental building. Before that, it has served as the house of legislative assembly in British era when Allahabad was the capital of United Provinces.

Constructed in Scottish Baronial Architecture, the ...

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Much development in Botany took place during the British Empire in India. During this period, botanical gardens were being founded in every significant city in India to study the natural history of the plants. Many botanists and surveyors were recruited by East India Company to report and record Indian flora. One such botanist of this period and the founding father of Indian botany by his contemporaries was William Roxburgh. The Roxburgh Botanical Garden was named after him. It was founded in 1923 along with the Dept of Botany, University of Allahabad and is situated in the campus. It is locat...

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Sachcha Baba Ashram, Allahabad
13 kms from Allahabad city limits
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Sachcha Baba Ashram is one of the main ashrams in Allahabad, founded by Sri Sachcha Baba Maharajji on Chaitra's Navratri in the year 1950. Social injustices prevailed in Arail and it was at this time that Sachcha Baba built his cottage seeking to develop it into a center for transforming the world. The Ashram is situated in Arail, Naini, Allahabad, and lies closest to Triveni Sangam (around 100 m) and is at a distance of 13 kms from Allahabad Railway Station. It is far from the hustle and bustle of the main city and hence gives an opportunity to relish a serene and peaceful environment.
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Sai Dham Mandir, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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The Sai Dham Temple is inviolaby sacred for Sai devotees and other believers and exudes magnificence as the temple made of marble stands with grandeur and is situated about 2. 5 km from Allahabad railway station, at Drummond Road near AG Office. The temple is a great source of spiritual rejuvenation and facilitates access to a calm environment culminating in the sanctification of the mind, body and soul.

The temple is replete with peace and serenity. It is a popular religious place for those seeking blessings of Sai Baba. It has a palatial hall and is clean and well-maintained. A s...

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Shivkoti Mahadev Temple, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits

Shivkoti Mahadev Temple is a temple located near Triveni, on the Yamuna bank, situated in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It is dedicated to hindu deity Lord Shiva. It is located within city limits and is 3 km from city center.

Shivkoti Mahadev Temple is a famous temple in the religious city of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. The temple is located near Triveni, on the Yamuna Bank. Allahabad fort is directly opposite to the temple. The temple is also known as Someshwar Mahadev Temple, Someshwar being another name of Lord Shiva. Shivkoti Mahadev Temple houses the deity Someshwar Mahadev, the Ru...

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Shri Aadi Shankar Viman Mandir is located at 133 E, Gangapuram, Bhrigu Marg, Chotta Bhagara, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It is a distinguished and famous temple situated near the bank of Ganga. It is a South Indian style temple built by Kanchi Kamkoti Peeth. The construction of the temple was started in 1970 but could only be completed in 1986.

Shri Aadi Shankar Viman Mandir is a 130 feet high temple with 4 stories, standing on 16 strong pillars. The temple houses idols of Kumaril Bhatta, Kamakshi Devi (with 51 Shaktipeetha around), Tirupati Balaji (with 108 Vishnu around), Yogshasht...

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Sumitra Nandan Pant Park or Hathi Park is situated opposite to the Allahabad Museum about 4 kms from the main city. The park attracts mainly the kids, for it has a huge stone elephant as its main attraction. The park gets its name from Sumitranandan Pant, who was an Indian poet. He was one of the most celebrated progressive left-wing 20th century poets of the Hindi language and was known for romanticism in his poems which were inspired by nature, people and beauty within.

Hathi Park is also known as the Children’s Park of Allahabad. A huge green and white gateway opens into the lush ...

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The Allahabad High Court
Within Allahabad city limits
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The Allahabad High Court or the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad is located at Nyaya Marg, Cantonment Area, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. Allahabad High court was built by Khan Saheb Nizamuddin of Loha Mundi, Agra, India. He also donated the water fountain to the High court. It is one of the first high court to be established in India, in 1869. The Allahabad High Court has a jurisdiction over the state of Uttar Pradesh.

The Allahabad High Court was originally founded as the High Court of Judicature for the North-Western Provinces at Agra on 17 March 1866 by the Indian High Courts Ac...

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Tiranga park, Allahabad
Within Allahabad city limits
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Tiranga Park is a historical landmark situated near parade ground in Daraganj, Allahabad, and Uttar Pradesh 211005. It is 5 kilometres away from the Allahabad railway station and the driving time is 20 minutes. Autos, cabs and rickshaws are easily available to reach here.

Tiranga, the national flag of India is hoisted in this park and hence the park proudly derives its name from this fact. The park was made to preserve the national sanctity.

Tiranga Park remains open on all days welcoming the visitors 24 hours. The place is usually not very busy. People ideally spend...

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Triveni Sangam, Allahabad
7 kms from Allahabad city limits
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Triveni Sangam is located about 7 Kms from the Civil Lines Township in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It is well connected to the main city via all means of transport. One can book a cab which will drop to the banks of Sangam, from where a boat or ferry can be taken. Auto-rickshaws are also easily available to reach here.

In Hindu mythology, Triveni Sangam is the "confluence" of three rivers. Sangama is a Sanskrit word which means confluence. Hindus consider the point of confluence as a sacred place. According to them a dip in the holy waters aids in the purification of the individua...

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