Hathras District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

About Hathras District :

On   3rd  of  May   has announced the creation of a  new district  named Hathras by merging some tehsils of district Aligarh and Mathura  in the Hathras tehsil of Aligarh.The notification of creating District Hathras From Hathras was released on 06 May-1997.

            Hathras fall under the Brij region of  Nothern India and was famous for its Industrial , Literature related , and cultural activities  as a part of Aligarh .Historically and according to Purans Hathras can be of the age of Mahabharata. Because old folk tales and archiological remains prove it.

            According to a story of Chotoo Banmali’s  “Gokul Mahatm” at the time of the Birth of the Lord Krishna    ,        Lord Shiva-Parvati arrived the Brij from this rout and the place where The Mother Goddess Parvati  halted was called the Hathrasi Devi. Probably

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Tourist Places :

Place State Distance Tags
(in km)
Manglayatan Temple Uttar Pradesh 20 Temple, Street Food
Vrindavan Uttar Pradesh 52 Pilgrim
Agra Uttar Pradesh 52 Archeological Sites, Heritage, Forts, Gardens, Taj Mahal
Mathura Uttar Pradesh 42 Pilgrim, Temples, Palaces, Rivers
Govardhan Uttar Pradesh 62 Pilgrim
Bharatpur Rajasthan 77 Wildlife, Bird Watching, Forts
Delhi Delhi 170 Cosmopolitan, Archeological Sites, Heritage, Forts, Gardens, Rivers, Temples, Shopping, Street Food, Museums

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