Hastinapur is an antiquated town which was the middle to the radiant stories of the epic Mahabharata. Arranged on the banks of Ganga close Meerut in UP, Hastinapur is additionally the origin of three Jain Teerthankara, and it has gotten a significant focal point of journey for the Jains.
It was the capital of Kauravas and was managed by the Pandavas subsequent to winning the Mahabharata. From that period to this, the city has gone along far however it is as yet known as the town of Mahabharata. It is intriguing in its own specific manner and as it has survived ages, it has likewise kept the soul of folklore alive. Being a significant aspect of the epic, each alcove and corner of the city has been a piece of it somehow or another and hence local people have captivating stories to share.
Attractions: Ram Janmabhoomi, Hanuman Garhi, Kanak Bhawan, Nageshwarnath Temple, Gulab Bari, Treta Ke Thakur, Choti Chawni, Sita Ki Rasoi, Tulso Smarak Bhawan, Bahu Begum Ka Maqbara, Raja Mandir, Ram Katha Park, etc…
Best Time to visit: October to December.
How to Reach
- By Air: Delhi air terminal is the closest to Hastinapur. 120 km far away from the town, there are cabs and state transports accessible for associating the separation.
- By Road: Hastinapur is all around associated by street with significant pieces of North India. The transport administration is normal and regular. Hastinapur is 47 km away from Ghaziabad and 58 km away from Muzzafarnagar, 70 km from Bulandshahar and 141 km from Haridwar.