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Travel Kanpur

Kanpur a noteworthy mechanical and business city situated on the banks of the River Ganges. It has a range of more than 1,200 km²(5th biggest city in India) and had a populace of around 6.1 million in the 2008 enumeration. Kanpur is home to a few instructive organizations, including an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-Kanpur), CSJM University, Harcourt Butler Technological Institute (HBTI), University Institute of Engineering and Technology, GSVM Medical College and Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology (AITH). On the other side, Kanpur is additionally among the main 10 most contaminated urban areas in the World.


Kanpur Railway Station

Places to see in Kanpur

Shri Radha Krishna Temple: (Popularly known as JK Temple), (In the heart of the city close Gumti no. 5 and Pandav Nagar). Magnificent bit of structural engineering and workmanship and you must see this landmark on the off chance that you visit Kanpur. The Temple has statues of Lord Krishna, Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rama. Paintings on the sanctuary dividers inside portray the scenes from Mahabharat merit viewing. The lit up towers of the sanctuary can be seen from very much a separation during the evening. On Sundays, it is typically extremely jammed in summers as individuals attempt to get some help from the high temperatures in the greenery and openness of the Temple premises.You ought to visit around evening time to see its excellence. Musical wellspring in premises is worked on Saturday & Sunday. It is a decent involvement in Kanpur.

Allen Forest Zoo:  When a characteristic environment for fauna, this is one of the not very many zoos which are made in a characteristic woodland territory. Greenery and the normal magnificence are justified regardless of a visit. The common surroundings in which creatures are kept is a decent transform from the confined mixture that you see around different zoos. Kanpur Zoological Park arranged on the edges of modern city of Kanpur. The recreation center is spread in a range of 76.65 hectare. It opened for open on 4th February 1974. Allen woods was produced amid the British lead between the years 1913-1918 by Mr. George Burney Allen, an acclaimed British industrialist of Kanpur on the banks of the waterway Ganga. visit site www.kanpurzoo.org for more data and web booking of tickets. Timing : 9 AM To 5 PM Monday shut (for guests).


Allen Forest Zoo
Allen Forest Zoo

Ganga Barrage: A dam manufactured crosswise over Ganges River close Old Kanpur. Authoritatively named as Lav Khush Barrage, this scaffold over the Ganges lies at Azad Nagar-Nawabganj in Kanpur approx. 2-3 Km from zoo. Contains Boating Club. It is a decent choice for night joint/outing spot.

Ganga Barrage
Ganga Barrage

Gautam Buddha Park: (On the best approach to IIT Campus). This is the most recent expansion to Kanpur city. With its tremendous zone and greenery, it makes a decent weekend cookout spot.

Nana Rao Park. Site of the Cawnpore slaughter amid the Indian Mutiny/War of Independence/Rebellion of 1857. The roundabout edge of the well where the groups of ladies and kids were kept is still obvious and conspicuous figure of the Rebel strengths, Tantya Tope, is spoken to at the recreation center in statue structure.

Massacre Ghat: Site of the Cawnpore slaughter amid the Indian Mutiny/War of Independence/Rebellion of 1857. The roundabout edge of the well where the groups of ladies and youngsters were saved is still obvious and conspicuous figure of the Rebel strengths, Tantya Tope, is spoken to at the recreation center in statue structure.

Bithoor, (25 km from Kanpur city). This is a famous getaway from Kanpur. This is a riverside of Holy Ganges stream. Otherwise called the origination of Luv & Kush. A vessel ride over the stream can be a delight ride. There are no dynamic lifeguards at this spot so one must be cautious.

Jama Masjid: Patkapur (In the heart of city close Nana Rao Park). This is a greatest and prevalent mosque of Kanpur.