Places around Shahjahanpur with water

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One of the largest statue of Lord Hanuman in India, Hanumat Dham is situated in Shahjahanpur on the Bisarat Ghat in the centre of the Khannaut river. It is located within Shahjahanpur city limits.

The statue of Lord Hanuman is about 104 feet high . City legislator Suresh Kumar Khanna untertook this decision to build Hanumat Dham. The base of the statue is connected by a small bridge from ghat. Daily rhetoric chanting of holy slogans is a grand ritual of the place. It took 10 years to complete this statue on the Hanumat Dham. The elevation on which the idol has been installed is 21 fe...

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Khannaut River
Within Shahjahanpur city limits
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Khannaut river is one of the important rivers of Pilibhit and Shahjahanpur districts. It originates from a Jheel (lake), present in the Saigarh forest in Pilibhit district.

The river, a tributary of Garrah river , covering approximately 38km in the Pilibhit district, enters in Shahjahanpur district. It then flows covering about 71 kms distance in Shahjahanpur district and meets with Garrah river at village Daniyapur. Daniyapur a floristically rich locality situated along the banks and ravines of Khannaut river.

The peaceful and scenic beauty of the river attracts many tou...

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3/3 Places to Visit in Shahjahanpur with water
River Garrah
Within Shahjahanpur city limits
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The Garrah river rises from the hills of the Kumaon from the Nandhour. It is a tributary of the River Ganga, flows through major industrial areas of Shahjahanpur district of Uttar Pradesh and is one of the major sources for supplying water for life, production, and irrigation especially in the dry season.

The Garrah river flows smoothly southward Khudaganj and the town of Shahjahanpur and after reaching the southern border of the district, it separates the district of Hardoi and then it joins the Ramganga, just above the confluence of the river with the Ganga.

Garrah is one...

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