Bareilly

Bareilly is a city in Bareilly district in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Bareilly lies in the upper Ganges plain, roughly 70 km north of the river and within sight of the outer foothills of the Central Himalaya. It is an important railway and transportation hub, about half-way between Delhi and Lucknow, well connected to most of the major cities in India by rail, and the western part of Nepal by road.

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Ahichhatra
50 kms from Bareilly city limits
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Ahichhatra is a heritage site of Jains, which is ancient capital of Northern Panchala in the times of Mahabharata. Ahichhatra is located in the Ramnagar city limits. The tourist attraction is 50 kms away from the Bareilly. Many locals visit Ahichhatra on a daily basis.

During the times of Mahabharata, Ahichhatra was ruled by Drupada, father of Draupadi and Drishtdyumna. But, the Pandavas defeated Drupada and gifted the place to Dronacharya. Ashwattama was made the ruler of Ahichhatra. He ruled the place for a long time. Ahichhatra is also famous for housing the elegantly constructe...

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Army Service Corps museum is one of the best museums located in the Cantonment of Uttar Pradesh. The museum is a just 10-minute drive from the center of Bareilly, it is 4 kms from Bareilly city center. The museum was established in 1965 and the Central Government looks after its management.

The Army Service Corps Museum is one of the important historical centers in the city. It has a gallery which consists of weapons, swords, belts and formal attire of the army. The museum tries to showcase the genuine weaponry, models and props to reproduce the battle environment of the past. The ...

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Children Park, Bareilly
5 kms from Bareilly city limits
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Children Park is one of the best parks located in Bareilly. It is a place where trees tell the tale of past of the natives and their heritage. From Bareilly city center, the park is a 20-minute drive. The park is 5 kms from Bareilly. The Children park is located in Bareilly city-limits.

The Children's Park is an excellent place for a walk in between nature. The park constitutes of picturesque swings and other children playing equipment. The place is located opposite to Natraj cinema at Kargil Chowk. It makes a good place to visit before the start of a movie at the theatre. There is...

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Chunne Miyan's Lakshmi Narayan Temple
Within Bareilly city limits

Chunne Miyan's Lakshmi Narayan Temple is a Hindu temple located in the Bareilly city limits. The temple was originally consturcted constructed on by Muslim. The tourist attraction is just 2 kilometres away from the city limits. Locals visit the temple in large numbers, daily.

India got independence in 1947 from British. According to Mountbatten plan, The country was divided into India and Pakistan. With the religious sentiments, some Hindus, who lived in Pakistan before Independence, moved to India and vice versa. The Hindu migrants migrated to Bareilly, built a temple on a place w...

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Dargah-e-ala-Hazrat is a tomb of 19th century Hanafi Jurist, Ahmed Raza Khan. Hazrat Allama Shah Mehmood Jaan Qadri designed the dome of Dargah using matchsticks. The Dargah-e-ala Hazrat is in Bareilly city-limits.

Ahmed Raza Khan was a scholar in many ways. He knew several languages and had his works composed in the languages such as Persian, Urdu and Arabic. Due to the vast amount of knowledge by possessed by Janab Ahmed Raza Khan, he was entitled with "Ala Hazrat" which refers to the great wise man. One of the finest books written by the Ahmed Raza Khan is Fatawa Radhvia which c...

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Dhopeshwar Nath temple is a water temple located in the cantonment area of Bareilly. The temple is devoted to Lord Dhopeshwarnath who is known as an incarnation of Lord Shiva. The temple is 7 kms away from the Bareilly city-center.

There is a Shiva temple in every corner of the Bareilly city which protects the city, according to beliefs of people. And hence the name Nath Nagar. In Bareilly, to east direction, there is Bankhandi temple. In the west, Madinath temple and Tapeshwarnath temple in the South. Alakhnath temple in the North -West Dhopeshwarnath temple in the South-east di...

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Gauri Shankar Mandir is well known Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva-Parvathi in Bareilly. The Gauri Shankar temple is located in Bareilly city-limits.

Known as "Nath Nagari" or "Nath Nagar," Bareilly is the home of temples. Among those temples, Gauri Shankar temple stands first in the list due to its construction and large visitors. The temple is carved out using white marble which attracts the tourists from far destinations. This should include one of the top places to visit when one visit Bareilly. Gauri Shankar temple is one of the places with a great religious significance and l...

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Jagannath Temple, Bareilly
5 kms from Bareilly city limits
HistoryArchitecture

Jagannath Temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is the principal god of the town. Jagannath is located in the Bareilly city limits. The tourist attraction is just 5 kms away from the city limits. People visit the temple in numbers on a daily basis.

The Jagannath Temple is located in Lala Champak Rai Ki Bagia, close to the Alakhnath Temple. The temple is believed to around 200 years old. The temple is situated right in front of Ganga temple. A temple is a place for ancient paintings, sculptures, mythological designs and engravings. These things are the part of Barei...

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Mahant Shree Kalugiri Ji Alakhnath Temple is a one of the oldest and most famous of Hindu temples of Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh. The temple is located near the Phool Bagh, Quilla Chawni.

Mahant Shree Salugiri Alakhnath temple is a famous temple of Lord Shiva. This temple is one of the four Shiva temples located in the four corners of Bareilly. Just at the right side of the entry gate of the temple, there is huge statue of Lord Hanuman. This gigantic statue of Lord Hanuman is about 50 feet of height. The temple is approximately 500 years old. The Shivling is a source of reverence a...

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Methodist Church is a peaceful church on the river town. Methodist Church is located in the Bareilly college road, Civil Lines. The church is in Bareilly city limits. The tourist attraction is just 2. 7 kilometeres away from the city limits.

The Methodist Church in has a regal structure that charms the devotees. The church is built with a grand red brick structure. This serves the purpose of loving the god which is taught by Jesus Christ. t is an ideal place to visit with family. The place teaches one to devote themselves to the service of God.

Visitors can ideally spen...

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Panchal Museum, Bareilly
5.7 kms from Bareilly city limits
History

Panchal museum is a small museum in Bareilly. It is located at MJP Rohilkahand University. It is located at a distance of 5. 7 kms from Bareilly city limits.

Panchal Museum mainly houses historic pieces of arts. The museum or the university can be visited in day time and also only on the working days i. e. it remains closed on Saturdays and Sundays. ...

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Tomb of Hafeez Rahmat Khan, Bareilly
6 kms from Bareilly city limits
History

The tomb of Hafeez Rahmat Khan is the mausoleum of the former Mughal and Rohilla chief, Hafeez Rahmat Khan. The tomb of Hafeez Rahmat Khan is located in the Bareilly city limits. The tourist attraction is just 6 kms away from the city limits. The mausoleum is located in Baqarganj of Bareilly.

Hafiz Rahmat Khan was an Afghan Rohilla chief, in Rohilkhand. The chief of Mughals is known for his participation in the Battle of Panipat in 1757. With the assistance of Nawab Shuja Ud-Daula (r. 1753-1775) of Awadh, Mughals defeated the Maratha army. Hafiz Rahmat Khan was killed in battle in ...

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Trivatinath temple is a large and a historic Hindu temple. The temple is located in Bareilly. The trivatinath temple is situated in the central park of the town on the MacNair Road at the center of the city.

Trivatinath temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Its name has been derived from the three Vat Vriksha under which it was originally constructed. The Trivatinath temple was originally constructed around the year 1474. The temple looks beautiful with serene place having very greenish and magnificent garden and clean interiors. According to myth Lord Shiva foretold ...

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Tulsi Math, Bareilly
5 kms from Bareilly city limits
Architecture

Tulsi Math is the home of the renowned Hindu saint, Tulsidas. Tulsi Math is located in the Bareilly city limits. The tourist attraction is just 5 kms away from the city limits. Tulsi Math is visited by many locals on a daily basis.

Tulsidas is a renowned saint and writer in the Indian literature. Tulsidas is believed as the reincarnation of Valmiki who wrote Ramayana. Locals believe that Tulsidas wrote Ramacharithmanas at this site. These things make it as a must-visit destination for the mythology lovers. The Tulsi Math consists of an open courtyard with a small idol of a local go...

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