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Lucknow to Kanpur

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Kanpur is a large industrial city on the banks of the Ganges River, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. On its northern outskirts, Kanpur Zoological Park features orangutans and tigers. East of the city, along the Ganges, the Massacre Ghat riverside steps were the site of an 1857 massacre during a rebellion against British rule. In the suburb of Jajmau is an ancient mound and archaeological site.

Though controversy surrounds what exactly happened at the Satti Chaura Ghat, and who fired the first shot, it is known that, soon afterwards, the departing British were shot at by the rebel sepoys and were either killed or captured. Some of the British officers later claimed that the rebels had, on purpose, placed the boats as high in the mud as possible, to cause delay. They also claimed that Nana Sahib's camp had previously arranged for the rebels to fire upon and kill all the English. Although the East India Company later accused Nana Sahib of betrayal and murder of innocent people, no evidence has ever been found to prove that Nana Sahib had pre-planned or ordered the massacre. Some historians believe that the Satti Chaura Ghat massacre was the result of confusion, and not of any plan implemented by Nana Sahib and his associates. Lieutenant Mowbray Thomson, one of the four male survivors of the massacre, believed that the rank-and-file sepoys who spoke to him did not know of the killing to come.

Many were killed and the remaining 200 British women and children were brought back to shore and sent to a building called the Bibighar (the ladies' home). After some time, the commanders of the rebels decided to kill their hostages. The rebel soldiers refused to carry out orders and butchers from the nearby town were brought in to kill the hostages three days before the British entered the city on 18 July. The dismembered bodies were thrown into a deep well nearby. The British under General Neill retook the city and committed a series of retaliations against the rebel Sepoys and those civilians caught in the area, including women, children and old men. The Cawnpore Massacre, as well as similar events elsewhere, were seen by the British as justification for unrestrained vengeance. "Remember Cawnpore" became a war cry for British for the rest of the rebellion war.

Tourist places nearby Kanpur, Shri Radhakrishna Temple, ISKCON Kanpur, Sri Sri Radha Madhav Temple, Allen Forest Zoo, Blue World Theme Park, Green Park Stadium, Moti Jheel, Kanpur Memorial Church, Harcourt Butler Technological Institute, Jain Glass Temple, Nana Rao Smarak Park, Phool Bagh, Dwarkadhish Temple, Brahmavart Ghat, Bhitargaon Temple, Valmiki Ashram Temple, Jama Masjid, Kamla Retreat, Sisamau Bazaar, Dashanan Mandir, Massacre Ghat (Satti Chaura Ghat), Habiba Masjid, Kanpur Sangrahalaya (Kanpur Museum), Tapeshwari Devi Temple.

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Lucknow to Kanpur travelling time will be only 1.5 hours.Where customer can spend maximum time in Kanpur .

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