INFORMATION ABOUT BAREILLY
Bareilly is a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Standing on the Ramganga River, it is the capital of Rohilkhand Division and is a center for the manufacture of furniture and for trade in cotton, grain, and sugar. Bareilly is also famous for Kites and Manjha. The Zari-Zardozi handcraft work of Bareilly is also famous.
This fast-growing city is also known as 'Bans-Bareilly', due to its big bamboo market. Bareilly is also famous for 'Surma'. Bareilly is also known as the counter-magnet city because it is equidistant from New Delhi and Lucknow and has a lot of potential for setting up industries to attract people to settle.
Historically it was the part of the ancient Kingdom Panchal. In the Medieval period it was under Rohillas.The city was built by Mukrand Rai in 1657.
The Places of Interest and Sight Seeing
- Shri Laxmi Naraya Mandir
- Temple of Shri DoopeswarNath.