Places of Interest
Mahaveer Digambar Jain Temple
The Jain temple was founded by Late Seth Chhami Dami Lal Jain. In the temple hall, the beautiful statue of Lord Mahavir ji is established in the currency of Padmasana, in this beautiful and huge temple, on May 2, 1976, 45 feet long and 12 feet width statue of Lord Vahuvali Swami has been established .The idol has a total weight of 130 Ton. It is the first of India and the fifth largest statue in the country and Chandraprabha Beautiful statue of the ground is also established.From the whole of India, the Jain Mantrali Dasmunshi Mahavir keeps coming in the number of thousands of devotees every month for observing Digambar Jain temple.
Chandravar Gate falls under Ferozabad district. Here the war of Muhammad Ghori and Jayachand was fought, Chandravara was fired on the Yamuna coast, 5 kilometers away from Ferozabad town. At present Chandravara was once an important and prosperous city, in which some Jain scholars believed that this land was ruled by Lord Krishna’s father Vasudeva. It is said that Chandraseen was founded by Chandra Var town. In the book Bahubali Charit written by Dhanapal in 1392 AD or 1397 AD , details of Sambhari Rai, Sarang Narendra, Abhay Chandra and Ramchandra Rajo of Chandravar get details.
Marsalganj Jain Temple
The Jain Temple in Fariha is about 21Km from Firozabad city. It is Shri Marsalganj (Rishabh Nagar) Diagambar Jain Atishaya Teerth Kshetra. The main deity is Idol of Bhagawan Adinatha. Temple complex is clean and maintained. It is an old temple complex. many of the reviews here post photos of another jain temple in Firozabad City. Perhaps they have not visited this complex. A nice place.
Sofi Sahab Mazar
About 15 km away from Hirangaon, Firozabad, on the banks of the Yamuna, is the Makvara of Sufi Shahe, where there is a fair every year and there is also Urhassa on the Sufi Shah’s mazar at the above site, there are people in the fair from the Muslim and Hindu reverence of the city.
Baba Neem Karori Maharaj
Baba Neem Karori is also a birthplace of 500 meters from Firozabad, whose religious temples are not only in the country but also in foreign countries. There is a bhandara every year and in the number of thousands of people, they receive the blessings of Baba and receive their blessings also.
Vaishno Devi Temple
Temple is about 4 kms away from Firozabad Tundla route , there is a mandatory demand from any true mind here. There is a fair in Navadurga every year and thousands of people come from far and wide to visit the temple of Shradalu Demands for fulfilling vows and Lajja are also offered here in a considerable number.
Raja Ka Taal
Raja Ka Taal is situated at a distance of 2 km from Hirangaon – Firozabad, it was constructed by the Firozabad Gajetiyar by King Todramal (Revenue Minister), one of the Navratanas of Samrat Akbar.
Tomb of Firoz Shah
Firoz Shah’s mausoleum is said to be built in the 16th century in front of the municipal corporation Ferozabad, about 9 km from Hirangaon Firozabad.
According to the Agra Gazetteer, about 9 km from Firozabad city, the city’s oldest royal mosque which is presently in Katra Pathanan was built by Sher Shah Suri.
About 0.5 km from Firozabad main city, Seth Ramgopal Mittal constructed Ashram at Bai pass Road in 1953, has a 57 feet high statue of Lord Hanuman . There is a huge satsanga building in this ashram, daily satsang programs are held here.
Shri Hanuman Temple
This temple was established in the form of a monastery by Shri Bajirao Peshwa II during the Maratha rule, about 0.5 km from Firozabad. Here is the footprint of the 19th Century’s glorious Mahatma Vava Prayagadas.
The Khander is situated on a Eka – Shikohabad road is a vivid proof of its ancient glory, it is situated in a circle of one kilometer.
According to the 1884 Gazetteer, about 12 kilometers from Hirangaon-Firozabad, Kotla’s fort, whose ditch is 20 feet, 14 feet deep, 40 feet high is shown, the plot of land was 284 feet north 220 feet south and 320 feet east and 480 feet west. At present, this fort has become abandoned,but still its ancestors are seen.
The ruins of the Rapidi manor near Shikohabad on the south bank of Yamuna are still valid It is said that Rao Zawar Singh had settled on Rapidi.His descendants had to fight with Mohammed Gauri in 1194. The remains of the jagir are still similar to the river Yamuna The extent of the state’s expansion was due to the Yamuna and the effect was that till the defeat of the King Jayachand, the Muslim army was defeated by the people of Ghatore and Baranahal of Purna.
Santee village is located in the north direction about 13 kms away from Firozabad, here is an ancient Khera and a temple of Shivaji located in about 100 bighas. It is said that in ancient times King Shantanu fort was here.In month of Phalgun thousands of devotees bring water from the Ganges every year here to take Caravans and on same day huge fair also held which is said to be 200 years old.