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Bareilly

14.0/5(4 Ratings)

Bareilly Tourism

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Tauseef Haider

Tauseef Haider5.0/5

3 reviews

City with major centres

City Bareilly is a small city but rich hearted people resides here. City acquires many destinations like fun city Phoenix mall, Amarpali mall, Bareilly college civil lines market. City acquires 3 posh areas like rampur garden rajendra nagar and civil lines

Sarv priya Gautam

Sarv priya Gautam5.0/5

8 reviews

A place to enjoy

When I reached the destination I felt very good. Things went on easy. Its time for relaxing. There are many places to visit. Many type of temple were there. I got knowledge of name of Bareilly. Other names for Bareilly were nath nagri, jari nagri.

Bareilly Overview

History of Bareilly

Bareilly is a major town in the Bareilly district, located in Uttar Pradesh in the Northern part of India. The town is located at a distance of 252 km north of the state capital, Lucknow and 250 km east of New Delhi, the national capital. Bareilly has a major influence on the finance, commerce, art, culture, fashion, education, research and entertainment of the region. This historical city is also the hub for bamboo furniture manufacturing and trades in grain, cotton and sugar. In geographical context, Bareilly is the gateway to the state of Uttarakhand.

People and Culture of Bareilly

The epic Mahabharata holds Bareilly as the birthplace of the legendary figure Draupadi. Tracing back to the 12th century, the region of Bareilly was under the reign of different Kshatriya Rajput clans. In 1657, Mukrand Rai laid the foundation of the City of Bareilly. According to historical facts, the region of Bareilly was first spotted by Jagat Singh Katheria, who set up a village called Jagatpur in the first half of the fifteenth century. Afterwards, the two sons of Jagat Singh called Bans Deo and Barrel Deo established the city of Bareilly. Subsequently, the region was absorbed in the territory of the Mughal Empire. Later the Avars and the Rohillas ruled over the region and finally, it was handed over by Rohilkhand to the British East India Company. Bareilly has some major educational institutions like Bareilly College and the M.J.P. Rohilkhand University. Izzatnagar, located in the suburb of Bareilly also has some educational institutes like Central Avian Research Institute (C.A.R.L.) and the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (I.V.R.I.).

Bareilly has earned worldwide recognition for its Zari work (a sort of fabric embroidery), surma (Kohl), "Jhumka" (earrings or ear-pendants) and manja, popularly called "Ludhi Manja", which is the glass powder coated strings of kites. There are many industries in the city associated with the Zari Zardosi work on clothes and bamboo furniture manufacturing.

Things To Do in Bareilly

The old city of Bareilly is admired with a number of tourist attractions. The four temples of Shiva, known as Madhinath, Dopeswarnath,Alakhnath and Trivati Nath are found in four corners of the city, attracting tourists from nearby towns. The city is also home to a popular Ganga Temple.

Some other religious attractions in the city are Chunne Miyan's Mandir, Bankey Mandir, Sri Sai Mandir, Darga Hazrat, Bibi Ji Ki Masjid, Mazar E Aala Hazrat, Bara Burji Masjid, the Freewill Baptist Church, the Christ Methodist Church and the Church of North India.

The city also has two museums - the army Service Corps Museum and the Panchala Museum. There are also some historical places like the Ramnagar Fort, located just 25 km. from the city and a few amusement parks like the Akshar Vihar Gandhi Udyan and Executive Park.

Photos of Bareilly

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Fun City , Bareilly
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Ahichhatra, Bareilly
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Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
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