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Known for its wood carving cottage industry, Saharanpur is one of the flourishing cities of Uttar Pradesh. It has emerged as an important tourist destination, mainly owing to its rich historical and cultural heritage. Established during the Mughal empire, Saharanpur has witnessed the rise and fall of many empires, all of which, have left some legacy in this fertile Doab land, making it an important archaeological site. It is a booming business center with trades pertaining to food, industrial goods and agro-based industries. The 18th century Company Garden, established by the East India Company, still remains a favourite amongst tourists. Visitors will not be left disappointed as Saharanpur houses plenty of temples, the most famous being, the 200-year-old Shiva Temple in Barsi.

This city experiences a subtropical climate due to the closeness of the Himalayan region. The average temperature recorded in the region is 23 degrees. January is the coldest month while June is the hottest. The best time to visit this destination can be in the months of September and October. In terms of culture, the city is similar to the other cities of Uttar Pradesh. Shakumbharidevi Devi Temple is among the most visited places of this city. Visit this temple to seek blessings of the almighty. Nau Gaza Peer is another prominent attraction to visit in this city. It is believed that it measures different every time you measure it. A fair is organised here every year, which is a major attraction for the localites. If planning to visit this destination, don’t forget to visit the famous The Shakti Peeth of Deoband. Located on the Saharanpur-Muzaffarnagar Highway, it is a temple dedicated to Goddess Durga.

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Aman Varshney
Aman Varshney
Wood city
Jun 28 2014
Saharanpur known for glass work and wood work.Here awesome crafting is done on wood.It has many places to seesuch as sakamburi, bala sundari.etc.So many malls are there.It is situated little far from hilly areas which makes it climate beautiful.Rads ...... read more