Kanpur

Kanpur is a large industrial city on the banks of the Ganges River, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. On its northern outskirts, Kanpur Zoological Park features orangutans and tigers. East of the city, along the Ganges, the Massacre Ghat riverside steps were the site of an 1857 massacre during a rebellion against British rule. In the suburb of Jajmau is an ancient mound and archaeological site.

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Anandeshwar temple is a famous temple of Lord Shiva situated at a distance of 5. 4 Kms from Kanpur. The temple is 500 years old and is one of the oldest temples of Kanpur.

This temple was built during the 16th century. There is a shivalinga facing north, and there are several idols of Hindu Gods which include Goddess Kali, Goddess Parvati, Goddess Annapurna, Lord Ganesha, Kaal Bhairav and Lord Kartik. There is silver pitcher tied above the Shivalinga that lets the drops of Ganga Jal (Holy water of river Ganga) fall on Shivalinga steadily.

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Baradevi Temple is one of the most famous and ancient temples in Kanpur. It is located in Bara Road, Juhi Kalan, Kanpur. It is located within the Kanpur city-limits.

It is said that, this temple is 1700 years old. Awadh Rulers built this temple again 200 years ago. Thus, the temple followes very similar Awadh architectural styles. Baradevi is popular amongst locals, who visit it on a daily basis.

All the festivals are celebrated in the Baradevi Temple, especially festival of Durga Puja and Navaratri. Best time to visit the place is from October to March and during the f...

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Bhitargaon Temple, Kanpur
43 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Bhitargaon is a town in Kanpur district, known for its ancient Hindu temple, the Bhitargaon temple, the largest Indian brick temple to survive from the time of the Gupta Empire. The small, non-descript town of Bhitargaon is located about 43 kms from Kanpur, and it literally translates to 'inner (bhitar) village (gaon)', and it stands at the centre of an ancient city known as Pushpur.

Bhitargaon temple is a Hindu temple, which was built in the 6th century under the Gupta Empire. The temple is a terraced brick building, which is fronted with a terracotta panel and high Sikhara. The san...

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Bithoor, located on the banks of the sacrosanct Ganges river is at a distance of about 23 kms from Kanpur. The approximate driving would be about half an hour. Bithoor Museum is one of the main attraction points of Bithoor. This ancient town once offered solace to Goddess Sita and her two sons- Luv and Kush. Also, centuries later, it again played the role of a safe haven to Nana Saheb Peshwa during the uproar of 1857 mutiny.

Every connoisseur of history is bound to feel the magnetic pull of this place. Tourists flock around this place searching for artefacts, canards and other thin...

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Brahmavart ghat, Kanpur
23.4 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Brahmavart Ghat is a holy Ghat situated in Bithoor is at a distance of 23. 4 Kms from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. It is not only well-known for its religious importance but also for its historical Importance. Situated on the banks of river Ganga is the Brahmavart ghat that attracts the attention of several tourists.

Brahmavart Ghat is a peaceful place away from the hustle bustle of the city. Brahmeshwar Mahadeva was the Shivalinga which was installed by Lord Brahma at this Ghat. The Nail of a horse embedded here is said to be of Lord Brahma's horse while going to Ashwamedha Yajna. After...

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Buddha Park, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Gautama Buddha park is one of the flagship parks of Kanpur consisting of various statues and vintage monuments. The park has a beautiful Buddha statue installed in the entrance.

The Gautama buddha park has a variety of vegetation and greenary. The park is very well maintained and the authorities show a great value towards maintaining the enviroinment and showing good hospitality. It's a well suited place for relaxation because of its silence and pure enviroinment. It is usually crowded in the weekends. And for the children there are variety of rides available in play section. The r...

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Clock Tower, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Lal Imli's Clock Tower is a historical landmark in Kanpur also know as the Big Ben of Kanpur and is named after a tamarind tree that stood in the premises of the factory and bore reddish tamarind. It is located at a distance of 2. 7 km Kanpur city center.

The construction of the Clock Tower started in 1911 and was completed in the year 1921. The Clock Tower made a significant influence on the lives of people living around the Lal Imli mill. The clock, its bells, and hammers were all imported from England and the was considered the symbol of Kanpur's might as a major industrial cent...

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The Dwarkadhish Temple in Kanpur is located adjacent to the Kamla Tower. It is an ancient temple dedicated to Hindu Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu, and is an important site of pilgrimage for His followers and is a must visit if one has a spiritual bent of mind and is a devotee of Lord Krishna.

Kanpur is still home to a large number of temples, many of which are concentrated in the Shivala area of Kanpur. The architechture of the Dwarkadhish temple is breathtakingly beautiful and a treat for the eyes. The term 'Dwarkadhish' means the 'King of Dwarka'. It is located i...

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Fort Museum, Kanpur
25.2 kms from Kanpur city limits
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The 'Fort Museum' is situated in a small town named Bithoor one of those towns explicitly known for representing essence of Indian culture and history. It is located at a distance of 25. 2 kms from Kanpur Railway Station.

The Fort Museum is a quiet place and is perfect location for any age group. It's a great museum with the mention of the great leaders from various times of history, so let it be a time period from pre-independence or post-independence of India.

The Fort Museum is a place where children are specially brought by their parents as this place beautifully re...

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Ganga Barrage, officially known as the Luv-Kush Barrage is a bridge across the Ganga which lies at Azad Nagar-Nawabganj in Kanpur. The barrage is located at a distance of 21. 4 kms from the capital city of Uttar Pradesh.

This 621-meter long barrage serves as a four-lane Highway Bypass for NH 91. The project was aimed to control the flow of Ganges and solve the problem of frequent traffic jams on Delhi-Lucknow road. The project is based on the model devised by the Irrigation Research Department, Roorkee, and Central Water and Energy Centre, Pune. This project also gave impetus to Ga...

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Gayatri Mandir, Kanpur
11 kms from Kanpur city limits

The 'Gayatri Mandir' in Kanpur, is very famous temple among the locals living nearby. It is located at a distance of 11 kms from Kanpur Railway Station.

The Gayatri Mandir is one of the most nurtured place of this locality and is highly admired Temple. Though this place does not provide with any special tourist fascinations it is always full of people. For having a generalized but beautiful experience of a 'tourist place', showing selfless devotion in a 'out of the bucket list' kind of environment, this place will never turn down any visitor.

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ISKCON Temple, Kanpur
4 kms from Kanpur city limits
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ISKCON temple situated in Mainavati Marg, Bithoor is at a distance of 4 Kms from Kanpur, the heartland of Uttar Pradesh. International Society for Krishna Consciousness temple is a community that works to spread the teachings and awareness of Lord Krishna worldwide. Spread across an area of 12 acres with a beautiful architecture it offers a pleasant experience to its visitors.

The founder Acharya of this beautiful structure is Swami Prabhupada. This temple was built with the efforts of Swami Prabhupada and the devotees. It was during Dussehra on 3rd October 2014 that this temple st...

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There are a large number of religious, historical and Holy places in Kanpur and one of them is the Jain Glass Temple. Jain Glass Temple in Kanpur is located in Maheshwari Mohal which is behind the well known Kamla Tower. The temple is located at a distance of 3. 7 km from the city center.

The Jain Glass Temple is centrally located, so it is easily accessible and very famous among locals there. The Jain Glass Temple is constructed in the old traditional style of architecture and is entirely built in glass, beautifully adorned and decorated with intricate designs in enamel and glass...

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Jajmau Fort, Kanpur
12 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Jajmau fort is one of the oldest forts, now in ruins, located in Kanpur located alongside the river Ganga. Jajmau also known as Jajesmow, is a suburb of Kanpur, and is nicknamed as the Leather Cluster of Kanpur. It is located at a distance of 12 kms from the Kanpur city center.

Situated on the banks of river Ganga, the high mound which is over-hanging Ganga is said to be the site of this fort. Once the Jajmau fort stood well depicting the strength of the mighty ruler Yayati, but now the fort has turned to a mound. The King was known for his bravery, and intelligence and some histor...

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Jama Masjid, Kanpur is located on Mall Road, in Patkapur, near Nana Rao Park. Jama Masjid refers to the main mosque of a town, city or village, and is usually the place of gathering for Eid prayers and Friday prayers. These are sometimes called Congregational mosques or Friday mosques. It is located about 4 kms away from the city centre.

The masjid is located near the famous Nana Rao Park. It is an old mosque but is still well maintained. Jama Masjid is the biggest mosque of the city and is famous among tourists visiting the place. People of all religion are welcome to the Masjid. ...

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Japani Garden, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Japani garden located alongside the Moti lake is one of the tourist attractions in Kanpur and every year a lot of people living in Kanpur and visiting Kanpur visit this garden.

The Japani garden is considered one of the best planned parks in Kanpur and is a very popular picnic spot. The garden is well spread alongside Moti lake ave road, and Mall road, and is well maintained. There is Moti lake children park in the Japani garden where people can be seen jogging and spending their time amidst nature. The Japani garden creates a link of a person with the true spirit of nature and let...

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JK Temple is located on the Govind Nagar Road, Sarvodaya Nagar, in the exuberant city of Kanpur, in the state Uttar Pradesh, India. The temple is also popularly known as The Radhakrishna Temple as the central deity present in the temple is of Shri Radhakrishna.

JK temple is considered to be a unique blend of ancient and modern architecture. The reputed Singhania family which owns a number of companies under its umbrella JK Organisation formed a trust known as JK Trust in 1953. The trust constructed this marvellous temple which was completed on May 20, 1960. The temple was opened...

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Kailash Temple, Kanpur
7.8 kms from Kanpur city limits
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'Kailash Temple' situated in Kanpur Nagar is a Hindu Pilgrimage dedicated to Lord Shiva and his wife Goddess Parvati. It is located at a distance of 7. 8 kms from Kanpur Railway Station.

The Kailash Temple is a very special place for all the devotees of Lord Shiva. This place comes up with a very peaceful background and is nicely constructed using a white marble throughout the temple giving a soothing feel. The Kailash Temple has the largest 'Shivlinga' than any other temple present in Uttar Pradesh. This place also witnesses a big Idol of 'Ravan' the greatest devotee of all the ti...

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Located at the heart of Ram Krishna Nahar, in the locality of Jawahar Nagar in Kanpur, Kamala Nehru Park is of great prominence. Regular buses provide a connection between Grand Road Station and Kamala Nehru Park. Not just buses, the place is duly connected via all modes of transportation facilities.

Upon entering, the visitors are bound to get awe-struck by the bevvy of flora adorning the park. From Petunias to lilies to roses to marigolds so on and so forth, such variety of flowers is a sight to behold. The subtle yet overpowering fragrance adds a pleasing touch to the visit. The...

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Kanpur Memorial Church, Kanpur
5.3 kms from Kanpur city limits
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The Kanpur Memorial Church, also known as the All Souls' Cathedral is a church in Kanpur. The church is situated on Albert Lane near Cawnpore Club in Kanpur Cantonment. It is situated in heart of the Cantonment at a distance of only 5. 3 kms from Kanpur city center.

The Church was designed by Walter Granville, architect of East Bengal Railway. The monument was built in memory of the British, who sacrificed their lives in 1857 war. The complete church in Lombardic Gothic style is attractively executed in bright red brick with polychrome dressings. To the east of the church is the M...

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Kanpur Museum
Within Kanpur city limits
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Kanpur Mueseum or Kanpur Sangrahalaya is the official state museum in Kanpur, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh. It was built by the British as King Edward Memorial Hall in honour of Edward VII. It is a storehouse of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of the events and people who have influenced the making of the city, and reveals many interesting details about the historical past of the city. The Kanpur museum is located in the central area of Kanpur District and is close to Kanpur Central railway station, LIC Building and Nana Rao Park.

Kanpur was known as the Mancheste...

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Kanpur Zoo,Kanpur
10 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Kanpur Zoo also known as the Allen Forest Zoo is a 77-hectare (190-acre) zoo in Kanpur, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh in North India. It is the largest open green space in Kanpur. Originally a natural habitat for fauna, it is one of the few zoos in India created in a natural forest. It is located at a distance of 10 kms from Kanpur city cener.

Allen forest was developed during the British rule between the years 1913-1918 by George Burney Allen, a famous British industrialist of Kanpur on the banks of the river Ganges. The zoo was constructed from 1971-1973. Major attractions ...

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Kargil Park is located at Moti Jheel Avenue, Harsh Nagar, in the industrial city of Kanpur. It is 5. 8 kms away from Kanpur Central railway station. Nearest bus stop is located at a distance of 600m on the Benajhabar road.

Kargil Park was constructed to commemorate the sacrifices made by the great leaders who fought bravely and were martyred in the defence of the country. One takes entry into the park through Jai Jawaan Dwaar. The park has abundant greenery around it making it the best place for morning and evening walk. A statue of Swami Vivekananda is present along inside the ...

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Mahatma Gandhi Park is a lush green garden away from the chaotic city center, located in the cantonment area of the city of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. It is located within the Kanpur city-limits.

Stroll through Mahatma Gandhi Park in Kanpur is one of the top activities to do in the city. It is a very well maintained garden in the city. This is the one of the best place to go with friends or family for picnic. Also there are lots of stuff to play for the children. Mahatma Gandhi Park has the fresh surrounding, many people come here to get the fresh air and to relax from the hustle of th...

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Manas Park, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Located in the very heart of posh locality of Kidwai Nagar of Kanpur, Manas Park is prominently located. This place is easy to reach as it is connected by various sources of transportation.

Early in the morning, the park is filled by the cuckoo of pigeons mixed with the chirping of other birds. The park is a mix of the stone-paved gravelly footpath, soft grass and dusky mud. Wonderfully manicured shrubs and plants seem to be smilingly at you. Conveniently placed benches serve for a nice experience. Once you step in through the gates, it is easy to withdraw from the outside world. ...

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Massacre Ghat, Kanpur
8 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Massacre Ghat also known as Sati Chaura Ghat is a famous ghat situated on Nathu Singh Rd, Kanpur. It is located on the southern bank of the River Ganges in Kanpur near Jajmau. The ghat marks the northern boundary of Kanpur city. It is 8 kms away from the Kanpur central railway station.

River ghats have always been a traditional part of Indian religious life as they served as a religious and community gathering place. The location on the holy rivers like River Ganges added to their auspiciousness. However, the Massacre ghat has a spine chilling and grim history associated with it...

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Mikky House, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Mikky House is an amusement park especially for the children, located in Kidwai Nagar of Kanpur city, Utter Pradesh. It is located within the Kanpur city-limits.

Mikky house is one of the amusement parks in Kanpur city, Established in 1991, where you can find various kind of Rides,which gives lots of entertainment to childern. Also there are some Restaurants and other food places in the park.

If you are planning a picnic with your family or friends then Mikky House is the place you need to go. The Mikky House Park can be visited during timings 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM on all ...

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Moti Jheel, Kanpur
5.7 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Moti Jheel is situated in the beautiful Benajhabar area of the city near Kamala Retreat and Moti Park in Harsh Nagar, Kanpur. The lake shares a pivotal location just beside the famous Kanpur Medical College in Ashok Nagar. Moti Jheel lies adjacent to the Tulsi Upavan and the Japani garden. It is 5. 7 kms away from the Kanpur railway station.

Moti Jheel is the artificially created lake accompanied with gardens like Children's park and the Japanese garden. Moti Jheel Park is a park built around a drinking water reservoir of Kanpur Waterworks. The literal meaning of Moti is pearls and...

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Nana Rao Park is located in the central area of Kanpur District and is close to Phool Bagh Chauraha, Mall Road, Civil Lines, Kanpur. It is 3 km away from the Kanpur railway station and the driving time is around 12 minutes. The Ghanta Ghar bus stop is the nearest bus stop being 2. 6 km away.

Nana Rao Park, also known as Company Bagh is one of the biggest public city park in the heart of city. Nana Rao Peshwa was a great hero who fought bravely in the first War of Indian independence in 1857. It was built after Independence of India in the honour of Nana Sahib for his role in the...

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Naveen Market, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Naveen Market is one of the largest and one of the most popular markets of the city Kanpur. The huge variety of things it offers, attract a lot of tourists and locals for shopping. Other than shopping, this is a place of visual attraction. A large market with lots of shops, goods and customers of all kind make this place a great landmark in the city Kanpur. Being part of a great history, this market is of huge significance. Many people come here just to visualize the market. The distance is not that much from the center of the city Kanpur. It is only 3 - 4 kilometers from Kanpur city center. ...

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Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary
51.6 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary, spread along a total area of 2. 246 sq km is a bird sanctuary, situated on the Kanpur-Lucknow road in Unnao district. This place is one of the many wetlands of Northern India. It is located at a distance of 51. 6 kms from Kanpur.

The Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary was established in the year 1984. The Bird Sanctuary protects 250 species of migratory birds. The Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary was renamed as Shahid Chandra Shekhar Azad Bird Sanctuary in 2015. The sanctuary also has a deer park which houses the deer in Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary. The sanctuary consists mix ...

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Patthar Ghat, Kanpur
23.5 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Situated on the Fort road, Patthar Ghat was built by Tikait Rai, who was once the minister of Awadh state. It is located near the city which is a centre of Hindu pilgrimage, known as Brahmavarta which is also known as Bithoor. Patthar Ghat is situated on the banks of the Ganges in Bithoor. It is located at a distance of 23. 5 kms from the commercial capital of Uttar Pradesh.

Patthar Ghat is built of red stone. The ghat also has some white stones which add to the beauty of the ghat. It is considered a bathing place for the devotees. At this site stands a temple dedicated to Lord Shi...

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Phool Bhag ,Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Phool Bagh also known as Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Udyan is an urban city park in Kanpur city, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh in North India. The park is located in the central area of Kanpur City.

It was created in 1999. Park has a great historical importance. It has been the location for many public meetings and political rallies in Kanpur from early twentieth century. People like Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Ram Manohar Lohia, Atal Bihari Vajpayee have given public speeches inside this park.

Kanpur Sangrahalaya ( Kanpur Museum ) is located in the park ground. C...

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Prayag Narayan Mandir, Kanpur
Within Kanpur city limits
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Prayag Narayan Mandir is one of the oldest, and very famous Lord Vishnu temple located in the heart of Kanpur alongside the Shiwala road. It is located at a distance of 4. 3 km from the commercial capital of Uttar Pradesh, i. e. , Kanpur.

The Prayag Narayan Mandir is considered to be around 158 years old and as a linking bridge between north and south. Other than Lord Vishnu's statue there are many more statues of gods like Brahma Utsava, Vaikuntha Ekadashi, Bhoodevi, Padma Devi with Saligram. This ancient temple was established on the day of Magha Purnima. The temple is located in...

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Rani Lakshmi Bai Park, Kanpur
5.8 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Rani Lakshmi Bai Park is built in the memory of Rani Lakshmi Bai and is situated just behind the Esplanade road. It is located at a distance of 5. 8 kms from the industrial capital of Uttar Pradesh, i. e. , Kanpur.

Rani Lakshmi Bai Park was built to remember the supreme sacrifice of Rani Lakshmi Bai's life for the freedom of the nation, fighting bravely against the British Army. The Park is full of lush green trees and draws a lot of people from the resident as well as the people who visit Kanpur. The park is very well maintained and is green all around and there are many sitting a...

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Sanjay Van Chetana Kendra
Within Kanpur city limits
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Sanjay Van Chetana Kendra is a beautiful park located in the Kidwai Nagar, Kanpur. It is located within the Kanpur city-limits.

Sanjay Van Chetana Kendra is a lush green park as well as a center for preservation and breeding of crane. It covers a good area surrounded be the trees and also have the playground. It feels cheerful, fresh and peaceful here in the morning and evening hours. Most people come here to do exercise in the morning, also some other curricular activities are happened everyday here. There are different food stalls present here everyday , which are hygienic to ea...

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Tapeshwari Temple is one of the major temples of the Hindus. Tapeshwari Devi Temple is situated at Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The temple is one of ancient and famous temples of Kanpur. The Temple is devoted of Goddess Sita. History of Tapeshwari temple dates back to Ramayana period.

It is believed that when Lord Rama had banished godess Sita from Ayodhya, then she stayed at Bithoor. According to the locals, the evidence of her stay along with her two sons Luv and Kush, in Bithoor, can be found even today. Mother Sita used to visit this place every day, to perform meditation. The Goddes...

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Trimurti Mandir, Kanpur
6.3 kms from Kanpur city limits
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The 'Trimurti Mandir' in Kanpur is a very famous and one of the oldest temples of Kanpur. It is located at a distance of 6. 3 kms from the Knapur Railway Station.

The Trimurti Mandir is built between the years 1983 and 1984, carrying an old age era look and decent construction. Being one of the most favorite and most visited temples among the locals its fame among the visitors is increasing day by day. The presence of this temple in this area is now for so long that it has become a subtle landmark for all the travelers and the locals as well. In this temple the sessions of Bhagwad ...

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Valmiki Ashram, Kanpur
22.5 kms from Kanpur city limits
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Valmiki Ashram situated in Bithoor is at a distance of 22. 5 Kms from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the most important places associated with the Epic Ramayana. This place is well-known for its religious significance.

Valmiki Ashram was the place where the epic Ramayan was penned down by Maharishi Valmiki. It is at this place where Goddess Sita stayed after being estranged from Lord Ram. It is also the birthplace of twin sons of Goddess Sita, Luv and Kush. It was here that Lav and Kush spent their childhood and were trained for warfare and politics. This ashram includes three...

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