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Tourism in Bijnor

pilgrimTourism in Bijnor is exciting and joyful. The city homes a larger number of temples and people of the city are much devoted to God. Pilgrim tours are famous in Bijnor. The transport facility, lodging facility, travel agents service act as a major advantage which promotes tourism in Bijnor. Being the district headquarters Bijnor is visited by many tourists from and around the city. Parks in Bijnor add beauty to the city. The parks are visited by an average number of tourists daily. The state government, nagar palika parishad and few private sectors were in charge of the maintenance of the tourist spots.

Religious Tourist Places in Bijnor

Bijnor city is filled with various pilgrim centres. Tourist of all disciplines can visit the pilgrim centres to taste the goodness of idol worship and pilgrim architecture. Many Hindu temples, Buddhist temples, Jain temples, Sai Baba temple, church, mosques are located in Bijnor. In Bijnor, people of multi religion and multi caste reside, they live in harmony besides their communal difference. Since 18th century Bijnor was populated by only Hindus, in the early part of 18th century the Mughals invaded the territory, followed by the Nawabs and Muslims started to settle down in Bijnor and its surrounding areas. At the time of British East India Company formation, Christianity started to spread out all over India including Bijnor. Gautama Buddha after Enlightenment had his first preach in Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh spreading Buddhism in the state. Jainism and Sikhism also started to reach the state. The present Bijnor has people following Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity and Sikhism, also Bijnor homes many shrines for various religions. Tourists are advised to follow the general rules and regulations on visiting a pilgrim of a particular discipline.

Temples in Bijnor

Bijnor holding Hindus as majority population has temples for Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna, Hanuman and many Goddesses. It is considered that the deities in the temple safe guard the people from evil so idol worship is common in Bijnor. Shiv Mandhir, Chanumda Devi Mandhir, Panchmukhi Mandir, Radha Krishna Mandir, Hanuman Mandhir were few temples in Bijnor.

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Mosques in Bijnor

Bijnor was ruled by Mughals and Nawabs till the British rule. Many mosques were constructed during their rule. They influence the Bijnor culture, architecture, fashion, arts, crafts and much more. The families of the Kings and Nawabs who ruled Bijnor still exist in Bijnor.

Following is the list of mosques in Bijnor:

Jama Masjid Bijnor
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Markaz Mosque in Bijnor
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Teli Wali Masjid
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh -246701

Bahar Wali Masjid
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Civil Lines 2nd
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh -246701

Masjid Hadishah Bijnor
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh 246701

Takiye Wali Masjid
Civil Lines
Punjabi Colony, Nai Basti
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Pir Baba Bijnor
Meerut Road, Islampur Das
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Church in Bijnor

The British East India Company rule spread Christianity in Uttar Pradesh. They belong to the list of minority religions in Bijnor.

Tera Prem
Kiratpur Road, Adarsh Nagar
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Gurudwara in Bijnor

gurudwaraThe word Gurudwara is Punjabi which means gate way to the Guru. People of all religion are welcomed in Gurudwara, it also holds classrooms, library and nursery.

Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha
Gurudwara Road
Punjabi Colony, Nai Basti
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Sai Baba Temple in Bijnor

Sai Baba was a great saint from Shirdi. People of all disciplines visit Sai Baba temples. The teaching of Sai Baba included both Hinduism and Islam.

Sai Baba Mandir
Shambha Bazar Road
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Jain Temples in Bijnor

Some Jain Trithankars were born in the heritage rich state of Uttar Pradesh but even before that Jainism was very popular in Bijnor. Mahavir used to visit the state to spend the rainy season.

Jain Mandir
Bazar Shambha
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Parks in Bijnor

parkThe city is known was the parks and the beautiful gardens in it. Tourist enjoys the parks as a place to relax, play, exercise and admire the lush & green filled in the park. Many varieties of greeneries like bright colouring flower plants, medicinal herbs, crotons and pure green filled lawn can be viewed in the parks. The trees in the parks also homes different varieties of birds.Water fountains add beauty to the park. Tourists are advised not to touch any of the plants in the parks. Most of the parkas are maintained by the Municipal Council of Bijnor which runs a separate garden maintenance department to manage the park and its greeneries. In Bijnor many parks are situated to entertain the people of Bijnor which were named after the great leaders of our nation, they were Sudama Park, Sarojani Park, Indira Park, Subhash Park, Mahatma Gandhi Park and the Central Municipal Park which is established and maintained by the municipal council of Bijnor.

Here is the list of parks in Bijnor:

Sudama Park
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh -246701

Central Municipal Park
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Mahatma Gandhi Park
State Highway 12
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701
Landmark: Near Ramlila ground

Subhash Park
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh-246701

Indira Park
Awas Vikas Road, Civil Lines
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh- 246701

Sarojani Park
Sarojani Nagar
Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh-246701

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