A small town in Kanpur, Bithoor is home to the sacred Ganges and attracts several pilgrims to this holy spot.
Built by the J.K. trust, Shri Radhakrishna Temple is contains five shrines that are dedicated to the various Hindu deities. The temple’s architecture is a marvelous example of neo-Hindu architecture and is built with carved white marble.
It is one of the major temples dedicated to Jainism. The entire temple is adorned with intricate glass cut designs with an elaborately designed structure.
Phool Bagh is a historical site in Kanpur, a nature lover's heaven. Queen Victoria Park was the original name for Phool Bagh. The Gandhi Bhawan is located in this park.
Gautam Buddha Park is in Kanpur, between the Bara Imambara and the Martyrs' Memorial. This park is ideal for a weekend picnic with friends and family.
This temple is located in Kanpur's Bithoor district. Bithoor is well-known as the city of religion and revolution. Mother Sita has spent several years here.
The British Government erected the Kanpur Memorial Church in 1875 to commemorate the British fallen during the siege of Kanpur. Kanpur Memorial Church is built entirely of red bricks.
Nana Rao Park, commonly known as "Company Bagh," is barely 6 kilometers from Kanpur. This park was established in honor of Nana Sahib and is open to the public.
Moti translates to pearl and it surely justifies its name, such is its beauty! During the colonial era, this lake was created to provide drinking water. Later, it was opened to the public.
If you find age-old artefacts to be fascinating, we found your perfect match, the Kanpur Museum. In this museum, you will feel like taking a walk in the colonial period Kanpur.