Bareilly is home to quite a few temples. Four Shiva( Nath) temples are situated on city's four corners: The Alakhnath, Trivatinath, Madhinath & Dopeshwarnath temples.
Another historical temple of Lord Shiva is in Lala Champak Rai Bagia near Alakhnath Temple in front of Ganga Temple. It is 200 years old near the Alakhnath Temple is the Tulsi Math where Tulsidas, the famous writer of the Ramcharitmanas and the author of the Ramayana, made this site his home sometime around 1600. One would also like to explore the “barra Bazaar” of Bareilly which has been in existence from the Mughal period and has historical significance. Bareilly is famous for handicrafts especially cane furniture, bamboo work, zari-zardoji and wooden furniture.
Bareilly is famous for Ala Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Fazil-e-Barelvi in all over the world. It is called “Bareilly Shareef” by muslims. Located at Civil lines and stone’s throw from Railway Station The Manor provides a convenient and luxurious stay. Bareilly is strategically located which covers many small business towns like Badaun, Pilibhit, Puranpur, Shahjahanpur, Baheri, Ujhani & Rampur, Guests can stay at Bareilly and conduct business in the above mentioned places which are within a distance of 40 to 80 Kms radius.
Distance from Major Cities
The weather of Bareilly is mostly pleasant with night temperatures sometimes dripping below 10°C. Summers are generally warm (temperatures often peak to 41°C max) with an average temperature of 29.4 ° C. Winters are cold with minimum temperatures falling below 5 °C. Rains generally occur during the monsoons. Heavy mists occur during early winters between September to November.
The temperatures shown in the table below are indicative and based on past weather trends. It is advisable to check current weather before making any arrangements which are dependent on weather conditions.