September 28, 2021

9 Top Tourist Attractions in Saharanpur

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Top Tourist Attractions in Saharanpur

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About Saharanpur

City and municipal corporation of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, India Saharanpur is also the district’s administrative headquarters. The city of Saharanpur was named after the saint Shah Haroon Chishti, who lived in the 12th century. Saharanpur is home to a highly famous temple dedicated to “Shakumbhri Devi.”

Best Places to Visit in Saharanpur

  1. GNG Mall
  2. Shri Baba Lal Das
  3. Ghugha Veer
  4. Nau Gaza Peer
  5. Naugaja Peer 
  6. Baba Bhuradev Temple
  7. Shakumbhari Devi Temple
  8. Bala Sundari Devi Temple
  9. DarUL Uloom Deoband

GNG Mall : Dehli Road GNG Mall includes an excellent multiplex theatre as well as a number of good shops. This mall is located on Delhi Road, right before the Paramount Tulip Residential Colony.


Shri Baba Lal Das-Tourism spot Many religious sects and followers attend this spot, which has a holy significance to the people.


Ghugha Veer is also an attraction for visitors.


Nau Gaza Peer: This is a religious site Nearly 9 kilometres outside the city, this location is free of the city’s congestion and bustle. Located on the outskirts of Saharanpur, Nau Gaza Peer is a magnificent mix of a dargah and a temple. People from all walks of life flock to this place. Seen from Saharanpur, Dehradun/Haridwar Highway, it’s easy to get to. As a result, worshippers go to the Naugaja Peer to have their desires granted.

Temples such as Shakumbhari Devi Temple and Bala Sundari Temple of Deoband attract visitors to the city (Shakti Peethas).

This city is famed for its temples as well as its botanical park, which was built by the East India Company and gives a respite from the city’s turmoil.

Baba Bhuradev Temple

The Shakumbhari Devi Temple is around a kilometre away. On the road leading to the Shakubhri devi temple, this is the only route to get to the temple. Before worshipping the Shakumbhri mother, it is thought that Baba Bhua Dev must be worshipped. Many individuals bow their heads before Baba Bhua Dev even after returning from Mataji’s temple.

Shakumbhari Devi Temple

It is located in the Jasmour village region, some 40 kilometres north of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, India. It has two major Hindu temples: one dedicated to the goddess (Devi) Shakumbhri, and another dedicated to the deity Bhairava, who is regarded to be her guardian. Near the Sambhar Lake, in Rajasthan, there is another temple devoted to this goddess that is fairly well-known. Badami, in the Bagalkot District of Karnataka, is home to another large temple dedicated to Shakumbari devi.

Bala Sundari Devi Temple

Located on the route linking Saharanpur with Muzaffar Nagar, Bala Sundari Devi Temple is located in Deoband, a tehsil of Saharanpur district in India. Every year during the Chaturdashi of Chaitra month, there is a great fair. The devotees flock to the fair to visit the mother. Up to 15 days are needed to complete this fair.

Naugaja Peer

Religion in the area of Nau Gaza Peer Nearly 9 kilometres outside the city, this location is free of the city’s congestion and bustle. Located on the outskirts of Saharanpur, Nau Gaza Peer is a magnificent mix of a dargah and a temple. People from all walks of life flock to this place. Seen from Saharanpur, Dehradun/Haridwar Highway, it’s easy to get to.

DarUL Uloom Deoband

Indian islamic institution Darul Uloom Deoband is credited as being the birthplace of the Deobandi movement. It is located in Deoband, Uttar Pradesh, in the Saharanpur district.

Best Time to Visit in Saharanpur

All weather is good for travel.

How to Reach Saharanpur

By Rail

Rail links to Saharanpur may be found on the Northern and NW Railway networks. The city’s railway station is located in the heart of the city It is accessible through moradabad, Hapur, or Meerut if you’re coming from Lucknow, Allahabad, or Hapur. Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, and Shamli are all options for getting here from New Delhi

 

By Road

In Saharanpur, National Highways going east, west, and south meet. Dehradun (68km), Haridwar (63km), Chandigarh (137km), Delhi (181km), Lucknow (580km) and Jammu Tawi are all easily accessible by road (466 km)

By Air

From Dehradun airport, you may travel to Saharanpur via road or Indian railroads. Saharanpur may also be reached by air via the IGI airport in New Delhi, and then by road or Indian railroads.