Hastinapur, Uttar Pradesh 250404, India
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Shri Digamber Jain Bada Mandir is a Jain temple complex located in Hastinapur, Uttar Pradesh. The oldest temple is of 16th Jain Tirthankar, Shri Shantinath, which was built in the year 1801.
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Jambudweep is a Digambara Jain temple in Hastinapur, Uttar Pradesh built under the blessings of Gyanmati Mataji in 1972. The official name of the tirtha is the Digambar Jain Institute of Cosmographic Research and its main attraction is the building constructed as a model of Jambudvipa.
Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in the Gangetic plains of Uttar Pradesh which lies on the western bank of the Ganges River having a collection of Large variety of Flora and Fauna. There is also a large variety of wildlife species also.
Government Freedom Struggle Museum, Meerut was established in 1997. The Museum’s main aim is the collection, preservation, documentation, and exhibition of cultural property and to make it available for educational activities as well as for the creation of awareness about our glorious past. Some postal stamps, pictures, postcards, memorial coins related to the events of 1857 and latter coins are also in the collection of the museum.
Gandhi Bagh is one of the oldest parks in Meerut which was set up by East India Company. It is located on Mall Road, not very far away from the city and is famous for the musical fountain show which happens every evening. Currently, the place is maintained by the Meerut Cantonment Board who is trying to elevate the park to the next level by adding beautiful children play area, car rides, boat rides, and even camel rides.
The Saint John the Baptist, or John's Church, is a parish church in the diocese of Agra of Church of North India, and is located Meerut, India. The church building was built from 1819 to 1821 and is the oldest Church in North India. Near to this church lies St. John's Church cemetery. The grounds contain trees and greenery.
Mustafa Castle is a building of profound historical relevance located in Meerut, India. It was commemoratively built by Nawab Mohammad Ishak Khan to serve as a memorial to Nawab Mustafa Khan Shefta, his father, who was one of the most eminent and accomplished poets and critics of his era.
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