The skyrocketing buildings will give you the feels of a divine connection, amid an epitome of architectural beauty!
Blending ancient and modern styles of architecture, the JK Temple in Kanpur is a devotees' paradise. Famed as Radha Krishna Temple amongst the locals, the vast expanse of the temple acts as a doorway to rejuvenating spirituality. This temple, located in Sarvodaya Nagar, is frequented by a large count of worshippers and tourists, coming from different walks of life. The skyrocketing buildings will give you the feels of a divine connection, amid an epitome of architectural beauty!
The temple is home to 5 shrines
Constructed and maintained by the Singhania family, who owns JK Trust, the 68-year old temple has been winning over theists and atheists since 1953. Every year, the temple attracts thousands of visitors from all across the country. The complex of the temple contains five shrines dedicated to different gods, namely, Radha-Krishna, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Lakshminarayana, Lord Ardhanareeshwar, Lord Narmadeeshwar and Lord Hanuman.
The well-ventilated campus of the temple has roofs, leveled at the same height, which provide ample space for uninterrupted sunlight. Amid a variety of attractions, the temple houses a beautiful Radha-Krishna statue at the center, which is circumscribed by serene surroundings of sprawling green lawns. If you happen to visit here, do not miss to stroll around the small lake with an abundance of lotus flowers.
Flocked by hordes of individuals during the winter months from October to March, the temple turns into a fair on Janmashtami. If you have still not trudged through the blissful environment of JK Temple, you must surely plan a visit soon. Keeping the pandemic scenario in mind, please take all the necessary precautions before heading out to JK Temple.
Location: Sarvodaya Nagar, Kanpur
- 5 AM to 12 PM
- 4 PM to 10 PM