Shri Radhakrishna Temple : Kanpur
The scenic town of Kanpur is an important industrial center of Uttar Pradesh and it is situated on the banks of the beautiful and sacred Ganges River. Kanpur is well known for its cotton and woolen fabrics as well as for its leather industries. Kanpur has an endless number of historical, religious and holy places, which can be explored.
The center of tourist attraction is Buddha Park, Moti Jale Park, Temple of Lord Hanuman, Alan Fortset Zoo, Jajamau, Sri Radhakrishna Temple (JKT Temple), Jain Glass Temple, All Souls Memorial Church, Panki, Kamala Retreat, Nana Rao Park, Flowers Bagh, Gurdwara Banno Sahib and more. Between all these tourist attractions, which really stands out, it is Sri Radhakrishna Temple, Kanpur.
Although the temple was built after a unique blend of ancient and modern style, but still has an ethnic and traditional form. The temple depicts an ancient cultural and old traditional form.
In India, the Radhakrishna temple was beautifully constructed in Kanpur and after the construction was a unique mix of ancient and modern architecture. The roofs of the pavilions are flat and enough ventilation has been provided for sufficient light and air.
There are five pilgrimages in the Shri Radhakrishna temple in Uttar Pradesh. Of the five pilgrim centers, one is dedicated and devoted to Shri Radhakrishna. Other temples have statues of Shri Ardhanarishwar, Shri Lakshminarayan, Shri Narmeshwar and Shri Hanuman.
Construction of Sri Radhakrishna Temple, Kanpur J.K. Trust.