Kanpur Industrial Visit

Industrial visit to the industrial capital of Uttar Pradesh will be an interesting experience, the visit to Kanpur is suitable for almost all streams of professional education, Kanpur is the 9th largest industrialized city of India, the main industries in the Kanpur area includes textile, leather, electronics, chemicals, food processing, automobiles, communication, Real estate, Information Technology, aerospace, engineering and Heavy Industries. The main industrial manufacturing units in Kanpur includes LML, Rotomac Global Pvt. Ltd., Jk Tyre and industries limited, Bajaj Steels and Industries limited, Goodlass Nerolac Paints Ltd, Pan Parag India ltd, J.K. Cotton Spg. & Wvg. Mills Co. Ltd etc.

Nestled on the banks of the eternal Ganga, Kanpur stands as one of North India’s major industrial centres with its own historical, religious and commercial importance. Believed to be founded by king Hindu Singh of the erstwhile state of Sachendi, Kanpur was originally known as ’Kanhpur’.

Sights to See

The mound of Jajmau, on the eastern end of the city occupies a high place among ancient cities of the region. Excavations of the mound were undertaken during 1957-58 which unearthed antiquities ranging from 600 BC to 1600 AD. Jajmau known as Siddhapuri in ancient times, is supposed to have been the kingdom of Yayati, the Pauranic king and the high mound overhanging the Ganga is known as the site of his fort. Today, Jajmau houses the Siddhnath and Siddha Devi temples and the mausoleum of Makhdum Shah Ala-ul-Haq, the famous Sufi saint, built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq in 1358. A mosque built by Kulich Khan in 1679 also stands here.

Allen Forest Zoo
The Kanpur Zoo was opened in 1971 and ranks among one of the best zoos in the country. It is an ideal place for outdoor life and picnics amongst picturesque surroundings. Ph: 2543678.

Shri Radhakrishna Temple (J.K. Temple)

Beautifully constructed, J.K. temple is a boon to the devotees. Built by J.K. Trust this architectural delight is a unique blend of ancient architecture with the modern. Among the five shrines that the temple has the central one is consecrated to Shri Radhakrishna and the other are adorned with idols of Shri Laxminarayan, Shri Ardhanarishwar, Shri Narmadeshwar and Shri Hanuman.

Jain Glass Temple
It is situated in Maheshwari Mohal behind the Kamla Tower. It is a beautiful temple highly decorated with glass and enamel work.

Kamla Retreat
Lies to the west of the Agricultural College in immediate neighborhood of the Allen Forest. It is under the possession of Singhania family and is a beauty spot of the city. There is a swimming tank with an equipment for producing artificial waves and suitable arrangement for lighting. Besides parks and a canal with facilities for boating, a zoo is also maintained. Kamla Retreat also houses a museum which has a good collection of historical and archaeological artifacts. Visitors are allowed only with prior permission from:; Deputy General Manager (Administration), Kamla Tower, Kamlanagar, Kanpur, UP. Phone: 2311478 & 2311479.

Phool Bagh
It is a beautiful park in the heart of the city on the Mall Road. In the centre of the park is a building known as Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial. After the first World War there was an Orthopedic Rehabilitation Hospital in this building. It is now known as Ganesh Udyan.

Nana Rao Park
To the west of Phool Bagh is located the Nana Rao Park. It is the site of the `Bibighar’ of 1857. The Park was renamed as Nana Rao Park after independence.

The Kanpur Memorial Church (All Soul’s Cathedral)
The Kanpur Memorial Church was built in 1875, in honor of the British who lost their lives in the war of 1857. The Church was designed by Walter Granville, architect of the east Bengal Railway. The complete Church in Lombardi gothic style is handsomely executed in bright red brick, with polychrome dressings. The interior contains monuments to the mutiny, including several memorial tablets.



  • Rotomac Global Pvt. Ltd
  • Jk Tyre and industries limited
  • Bajaj Steels and Industries limited
  • Goodlass Nerolac Paints Ltd.

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Harcourt Butler Technological Institute
The Harcourt Butler Technological Institute was established in 1920 at Kanpur and is engaged in imparting technical training and industrial research. Phone: 294851 to 294855.

Indian Institute of Technology
One of the five IIT’s, set up in 1959 at Kanpur. It provides education in the fields of engineering, technology, science and humanities. Phones: 250151 & 257878.


Bithoor (27 km)
The quiet and beautiful township of Bithoor is situated on the Kannauj Road. Situated on the banks of the Ganga, this tranquil spot is of considerable historical and religious importance. According to Hindu scriptures Lord Brahma came to Utpalaranya, as it was known then, for the creation of mankind. The place which first witnessed the creation of mankind came to be known as Brahmavarta or the seat of Brahma. Later Brahma installed a Shivalinga which is still worshipped as Brahmeshwar Mahadeva at the principal ghat of Bithoor, the Brahmavarta Ghat.

Musanagar(65 km)
The ancient site of Musanagar with innumerable mounds deserved mention on account of the ancient temple of Muktadevi, which is said to have been built in Treta-Yug by Raja Bali. A large fair is held at Muktadevi temple on occasion of Kartik Poornima. Musanagar is also a rich Archaeological site and has yielded a large number of artifacts and specimens of the post Harrapan, Shaunga, Maurya and Kushana periods. The Muktadevi temple also offers an excellent view of the surrounding landscape. One can climb the roof of the temple dharamshala, from where can be seen the meandering Sengar river meeting the Yamuna down below, in a beautiful natural setting.

Kannauj(80 km)
Situated on the banks of the river Ganga, Kannauj was the 7th century capital of Emperor Harshavardhana’s empire, which encompassed the entire region between the rivers Sutlej and Narmada and eastern Bengal. While all traces of this past have vanished, Kannauj today is famous for its manufacture of essence (ittar) used in perfumes.

Bhitargaon (59 km)
Situated in Ghatampur tehsil, Bhitargaon houses a unique architectural specimen – a brick temple belonging to the Gupta era. The first Hindu temple with a shikara, it dateing back to 600 AD.

How would you like to travel?

CHERI Airport from Kanpur Collectrate- 10 Km. Nearest airport is Amausi, Lucknow, 65 km.
Connections to all the major stations of the country by express, super-fast and passenger trains.
Kanpur is connected by road with all the major cities of the country. It is situated on National Highway No. 2 on the Delhi-Agra-Allahabad-Calcutta route and on National Highway No. 25 on the Lucknow-Jhansi-Shivpuri route
Kanpur is:
  • 79 km from Lucknow
  • 193 km from Allahabad
  • 329 km Varanasi
  • 398 km Khajuraho
  • 269 km Agra
  • 222 km Jhansi

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