Hardoi Baba Temple is about 400 years old.This historic temple is situated just a short distance from Prahalad Ghat. It was renovated around 1949, in the courtyard of which there is a peepal tree known as ‘हरदोई बाबा का दरबार’ Architecture Legend / Local stories Photo Gallery How to Reach: There are no direct flights […]
Hardoi, situated on the banks of the river Ganges, is home to some of the most sacred temples in the region, which attract devotees and tourists from all over India. These temples are not only places of worship but also architectural marvels, showcasing the finest examples of Indian temple architecture.
The famous Hanuman Temple, located in the heart of the city, is a must-visit for those seeking spiritual solace. This temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the monkey god, and is believed to provide protection and blessings to those who worship him.
Another popular temple in Hardoi is the Kali Temple, dedicated to the goddess Kali, who is believed to be the destroyer of evil. This temple is known for its intricate carvings and sculptures, depicting scenes from Hindu mythology.
For those interested in Jainism, the beautiful Shri Digambar Jain Mandir is a great place to visit. This temple, built in the traditional Jain style, features stunning architecture and artwork that reflects the religion’s rich history and philosophy.
Overall, the temples in Hardoi offer a unique insight into the area’s religious traditions and practices. Whether you are a devotee or simply interested in exploring the region’s rich heritage, these temples are not to be missed.
Sankat Haran Mandir, Hardoi
Lord Shiv devotees across the country have faith towards the ancient Shiv Temple located about 20 km from the district headquarters. This Temple located in Sakha village is known as “Shiva Sankat Haran Temple Sakaha”. There is an atmosphere of fare here throughout the month of Sawan. A large gathering of Kanwariyas and Shiva devotees […]