Saharanpur

Saharanpur is a city and a Municipal Corporation in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. Saharanpur city grew in a region named after a Sufi Saint Shah Haroon Chishti. Saharanpur is known for its wood carving cottage industry as well as a thriving market for local agricultural produce, including basmati rice and mangoes.

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Balaji Temple, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits

Balaji Temple is located in the Sharda Nagar of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh. It is located in the city in the Labour Colony of the Sharda Nagar.

The Balaji Temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and His ardent followers make sure that this temple is one of their sure-shot destinations. It is a must visit for anyone who visits the city of Saharanpur. Lord Hanuman is considered as one of the most important and revered Lords of the Hindu mythology and people come with various types of offerings for the Lord. It is believed that people who are genuinely praying to the Lord, have their wish...

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Chhachhrauli Fort
48 kms from Saharanpur city limits
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Chhachhrauli Fort is in ruins and is located in the tehsil of Chhachhrauli in the district of Yamuna Nagar in Haryana. It is located about 48 kms from the city of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.

The Chhachhrauli Fort was built by the King of the Kalsia state and is currently in ruins. The State Department, State Treasury and Tosh-i-Khana were housed within the Fort earlier during the official meetings of the King of the Kalsia state. The Clock Tower still occupies a major presence in the area of the Fort. The Ravi Mahal and Janak Niwas are also located within the Fort. However, even wit...

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Company Garden is one of the oldest gardens dating back to 1750. It was once under the preserve of British East India Company and is also known as Saharanpur Botanical Gardens. Before that, it was a pleasure ground set by a local chief, Intazam ud-ullah. The name given to it back then was Farahat-Bakhsh. The name Company Gardens is a representative of its ancient owners – East India Company.

The Company Garden stands second, next to Culcutta Gardens for its contribution in development of science and economy in India. Due to this brilliantly established garden, Saharanpur becam...

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Court Road Bridge, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits

The city of Saharanpur is divided into two parts – the old Saharanpur and the new Saharanpur. These two parts are geographically separated by a railway track.

The Court Road Bridge is a prominent location which provides a link from the old to the new part – the two most important hubs of Saharanpur. This landmark is quite a bit old now but has a great relevance in the political state of the city. Many new constructions have been developed but there are no high buildings or sky scrappers which makes this landmark the prominent attraction of the city. Heavy vehicles including ...

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Gandhi Park, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits
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Gandhi Park is located less than 2 kilometers from the city centre of Saharanpur. It was one of the main locations where Gandhiji along with his troops prepared and planned to fight against the Britishers and help India regain its independence. Various meetings and rallies were arranged at Gandhi Park to plan the moves and motives for different movements,

There is lush greenery all around the garden with wide open area to play for children and also to relax and take walks along with great ambiance. This is also a place where many rallies of the city are arranged. Circus and other...

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Ghuggha Veer (Ghugghal), Saharanpur
4.9 kms from Saharanpur city limits
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Located 4. 9 kms Southwest of Saharanpur region, Ghuggha Veer is one of the most revered shrines of the place. Ghuggha Veer is also famous by the name Jahar Deewan Guggha Peer. Another religious site which is a blissful exemplary to communal harmony and peace.

The miraculous shrine of Ghuggha Veer is said to have powers to fulfill the desires of each one who comes with a pure heart and strong faith. Both Hindus and Muslims, as well as people of diverse faiths and beliefs venerate Ghugga Veer as highly sacred and divine. Those in pain or seeking a child frequent the place to pay the...

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Jain Bagh, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits
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Jain Bagh, also known as Digambar Jain Temple is a very famous religious place in Saharanpur. It is located at a distance of around 3 kilometers from the city centre. It offers a calm and soothing surrounding along with an architectural beauty to witness.

Jain Bagh Temple has a quite large compound. The temple is dedicated to Bhagwan Mahavir and Bhagwan Parshvnath and their skillfully sculpted deities are found inside the temple. Upadyay Nayan Sagar Ji Maharaj along with Jungle Wale Baba Muni Shri Chinmaya Sagar Ji Maharaj had undertaken the work of construction of this temple a...

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Located at not more than 1. 5 kilometers from the city centre, Jama Masjid is one of the most famous tourist destinations of Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. It was built in 1530 during the reign of Humayun. The architecture being quite similar to the grand Jama Masjid of Delhi, it spreads its elegance in all its surrounding. It is famous as the largest mosque in the whole city. The place is crowded by visitors on mostly all days.

According to the history, Jama Masjid was built by the people of the empire (rulers and other eminent persons) to perform the holy ritual of Namaz. Even the...

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Naugaja Peer, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits
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Located in Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh, Naugaja Peer, is a shrine devoted to saint Syed Ibrahim Baadshah. Naugaja Peer, the shrine’s most notable feature is that it houses both a Muslim saint’s tomb and a Hindu Shiva temple. Hence, is visited and venerated immensely by people of both the faiths. The shrine is famous for its miraculous powers of ensuring journeys and completion of all important work on time, which is why it receives devotees from far-off lands as well. Major offerings to the shrine include incense sticks, chaddar, wall clocks, and watches which are considered as a sign of good luc...

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Nehru Market, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits

Bustling with noise and brimming with crowds, are two of the most definite characteristics of the Saharanpur Nehru Market market. Adding a life to the cityscape, markets and shopping are an inescapable phenomenon. Located in the heart of the city, Nehru Market is home to several shops and souvenirs. Nehru Market also houses the biggest cloth wholesale market of Saharanpur. Be it residents or the tourists, Nehru Market is one the most alluring and intriguing gems of modern Saharanpur.

Apart from all the shops and items, Nehru Market is dotted with several street vendors hence making ...

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Pateshwar Temple, Saharanpur
Within Saharanpur city limits
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Pateshwar Temple is located in the Bijopuri area of Saharanpur, about 2 kilometers away from the city itself.

The Pateshwar Temple in Bijopuri is an old temple. This ancient temple was built in dedication to Lord Shiva. The temple dedicated to the revered and pious Lord of the Hindu mythology attracts quite a large number of pilgrimage visitors every year, just like any other temple. Most of the people that come to the temple have several offerings for the Lord and they stand in long queues just to get a little glimpse of the idol. It is considered as an auspicious place in the Hindu...

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The Shakti Peeth of Shakumbhari is a beautiful Hindu pilgrimage dedicated to Shakumbhari Devi. Situated at a distance of 40 kms north from the city of Saharanpur, its history is not very clear. Though the temple is not very ancient but the devotees consider it to be a Shakti Peeth – a powerful seat of Shakti, the divine feminine.

The temple was constructed by the Pundir Rajputs under Rana Bahadur Singh Pundir. The plaque displayed near the staircase tells that a properly covered corridor connecting the entrance and outer verandah of the temple only during early 1960s. It was c...

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Shivdham Temple, Saharanpur
40 kms from Saharanpur city limits
History

Shivdham Temple is located near Shri Baba Lal Das on the outskirts of the city of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, at a distance of almost 40 kms.

Shivdham Temple is one of the most sacred and religious sites in Saharanpur. It brings a large number of pilgrims from all over the country each year. It has an immense history and also an immense mythological significance. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the most powerful Gods in Hindu mythology. The temple is inspired from the Somnath Temple in Gujarat in terms of design and form. It is organized and managed by Smt. Angoori G...

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Shri Baba Lal Das is located in Dara Kottala in Uttar Pradesh. It is located about 3 kilometers from the city of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.

Shri Baba Lal Das is a religious destination located near Saharanpur. It was built in the honor of Baba Shri Lal Das, who performed his ‘tapasya’ here under the rule of Mughal ruler Dara Shikoh. The Baba was born in the town of Kaloor and is said to have his own guru, Shri Chetan Swami. After receiving education from Shri Chetan Swami, Baba Shri Lal Das came to Saharanpur to perform his meditation. The place that he meditated was situated along...

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