First discovered by a saint belonging to Ayodhya, Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple is an important place of worship for the followers of Hinduism. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, this ancient temple, located in Aliganj, reminds you of the opulence of the Awadh Empire. Holding high religious significance, this Hanuman temple is visited by thousands of devotees—all across the year. The Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple is a symbol of Hindu – Muslim brotherhood and displays an emblem of the Awadh empire. The moon showcased on its dome represents the unity between these two communities. According to folklores, the popular Indian poet Tulsidas, had stopped here on his way to the holy city of Mathura. He had found shelter and food in the premises of the Chhachhi Kuan Hanuman Temple, before continuing with his journey. This episode has largely contributed to the significance and popularity of the temple and lures devotees from near and far. A must visit indeed!
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All days of the week 5:00 AM - 12:00 PM 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM