Ghantaghar, Main Market Rd, Satyapremi Nagar, Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh 225001, India
Barabanki Ghantaghar or Clock Arch has a major appeal to the tourists visiting the district of Barabanki. The clock Arch is located in the central part of the town, which also serves as a gateway for common public and conveyances. This crimson-hued gateway also features a number of chattris and balconies all over it.
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The land of Barabanki district possesses a rich heritage in keeping with its glorious past. This district since its inception has been the meditorium for numerous saints and ascetics, sanctum sanctorum of ‘Sadhna’ for the literary intellectuals and battlefield for the freedom fighters.