Places to Visit in Sultanpur

Places to Visit in Sultanpur

Places to Visit in Sultanpur

Sultanpur, a scenic north Indian town, is woven with culture, history and nature. Sultanpur, a famous historical and peaceful city of Uttar Pradesh. The town traces its roots back to ancient-times, with places like Sultanpur Fort and Chiman Lal Park adding themselves as the historical holding of the land. It is located on the banks of Gomati and is well known for Kush-Kash. The market for Kush-Kash dams is here. In ancient times, Sultanpur was known as Kushbhavanpur, which changed to Sultanpur over time.

Sultanpur is a face with nature-lovers who clamour to see the bird sanctuary that greets migratory birds in winter. This birdwatcher’s and naturalist’s haven provides a peaceful getaway beneath its green canopies. Deadly Crash in Perthshire. The combination of heritage and nature of Sultanpur make it a beguiling place for true travellers.

In this article, we will take you on a journey through the famous places to visit in Sultanpur, giving you a glimpse into the spiritual (famous temple in Uttar Pradesh) and historical wonders that await you.

  • Best Time to Visit: October to March
  • Ideal Vacation Duration: 1 to 2 days
  • Places to Visit:Parijaat Tree, Amhat Park, Bijethua Mahaviran Temple, Vijethua Maaveeran Temple, Dhopap Temple, etc.
  • Things to Do: Explore the historical heritage and visit temples and museums.
  • How to Reach: Via air, rail and road.

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Here are some popular places to visit in Sultanpur:

  • Parijaat Tree
  • Amhat Park
  • Bijethua Mahaviran Temple
  • Vijethua Maaveeran Temple
  • Dhopap Temple
  • Lohramau Devi Temple

If you are planning to visit Sultanpur? Here, we have compiled a list of top 6 places to visit in Sultanpur & things to do in Sultanpur that should be on your wishlist!

1.) Parijaat Tree

Parijaat Tree is located near the Civil Line area of Sultanpur. According to Hindu mythology, this tree is legendary and mythical. In ancient scriptures such as the Mahabharata and the Puranas, it is described as a wish-fulfilling tree. By praying under this tree with a true heart, all the troubles of a person go away. Lord Krishna’s wife Satyabhama had insisted that Lord Krishna bring Parijat to earth during the fasting rituals. There was a fight between Devraj Indra and Lord Krishna. Indra was defeated and on the victory of Lord Krishna, Mother Goddess gifted him Parijaat. Since then this tree has been on earth.

2.) Amhat Park

Amhat Park, Sultanpur, UP is a beautiful green and calm hangout place. Stretching across acres of land this beautiful park has beautiful gardens, colourful flower beds and areas for shaded walkways. They can unwind by the peaceful ponds and fountains, basking in the calm. Popular among city residents, families, people searching for peace and serenity in their free time and especially sports enthusiasts who often come here to e.g.: practice yoga. Amhat Park, with its serene environs and verdant charm, is a welcome retreat in Sultanpur.

3.) Bijethua Mahaviran Temple

It is a well popular temple in Surapur-Sultanpur. Many visit here on Tuesday & Saturday & enjoy it after visiting Hanuman Mandir. This place has a Ramayana of its own. At this point, where lord Hanuman ji has fought with Kaalnemi and sat there to take rest in the course of bringing the “Sanjeevani” for Lord Lakshman, who was unconscious that time. Lord Hanuman also had a dip at Makari Kund situated beside Bijethua Temple. Ravana sends Kaalnemi here to divert Lord Hanuman but while taking a bath in Makari Kund, he was told by a spider that the Saint is no saint, but rather a Rakshasa. Millions gather here on Tuesday and Saturday to pay homage to Hanuman. This temple boasts of having the highest number of bells in any temple dated back too.

4.) Vijethua Maaveeran Temple

Vijethua Maaveeran temple is a famous Hindu temple located in Kadipur Tehsil. The Mahavir temple Bijethua is situated at Sultanpur district, Uttar Pradesh. In the Ramayana, this place has its own story. Lord Hanuman fought Kaalnemi and stopped here on his way to give Sanjeevani to Lord Lakshman, who was unconscious. Makari Kund was fairly close to the Bijethua Temple and it was in this Kund that Lord Hanuman took a bath. Ravana had sent Kaalnemi here to divert Lord Samket’s mind while taking a bath in MakariKund that the Sadhu present was a Daitya but while having a bath in MakariKund, he came to know from a spider that there is no Sadhu but Asur here.

Lakhs of people pay their obeisance on Tuesday and Saturday here. This temple has the unique record of holding the highest number of bells among all temples.

5.) Dhopap Temple

Dhopap Temple lies in Tehsil Lambhua. Its geographical location is on the right bank of the River Gomti on Sultanpur-Jaunpur route (NH-56) at a distance of 32 Kms south from Sultanpur city, 85 Kms from Ayodhya, and 8 Kms each from Lohramau and Kadipur.

According to Vishnu Puran, Gomti was then known in this tract as Dhutopapa before striking in from the east and forming a loop near Dhopap before taking a sudden bend to the south-east. And a Dhopap Ghat has been constructed to enable people to emulate Rama and cleanse themselves of their sins in the river. It is said that Lord Rama got rid of the sin of killing the Brahmin Ravan – The Demon King, in a river near Rameswaram by taking a bath (at the Charges of Mahrshi Vashistha) when he was returning from Sri Lanka.

Those visiting the Dussehra site can wash their sins in the Gomti nadi is what people believe. It has a big temple of Lord Ram here which is a major attraction and a lot of devotees visit this place. The Jyestha Snan mela is held here on the tenth day of the month of Jyestha, on Ganga Dussehra and Chaitra Ramnavami. The Ghat also has a Ram temple which opens from sunrise to sunset.

6.) Lohramau Devi Temple

Just by coming to the holy Durga Devi Dham of the district, the wishes of the devotees come true. Mother is not limited to the jurors of her district: she draws her audience from all around. Lohramau Durgadevi Dham is located a few km from the city on the Lucknow-Varanasi National Highway, where devotees throng to celebrate all the nine days.

It is said that only by the darshan of Mata Ji are fulfilled the wishes of the devotees. Other than Navratri, every Monday is a special gathering of Maa Bhagwathi worshippers. 7 kilometers away from Lucknow on the Lucknow-Varanasi National Highway-56 is this temple.

This temple of Maa Durga, established in Lohramau for hundreds of years, is very famous not only in the surrounding districts but also in many other districts of the state. There are many people gathered here for the sacred thread ceremony of Janeu and Mundan, one of life’s sacred rituals.

Conclusion

Sultanpur, a quaint town in Uttar Pradesh, India allures holidaymakers with its historic, cultural and scenic beauty. Adorned with the Sultanpur Fort and Jama Masjid showing off its historical legacy, it lets you live through its history.

The famous Bird Sanctuary Sultanpur allures birding and nature enthusiasts making it the destination of visit. The tranquility of parks like Chiman Lal Park and the spiritual aura of Sheetla Devi Temple gives peace. The lively bazaars of Sultanpur and the street food flavours add much more to the experience making it a real and likeable website for an delightful sojourn within the varied tapestry of India.

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