Kanpur is one of the most beautiful cities in India. The city is situated on the banks of the sacred river Ganga. Thousands of tourists visit Kanpur every year to experience the beauty of the historical and religious places located here. The popular and famous tourist spots in Kanpur are Jain Glass Temple, Kanpur Memorial Church, Shri Radhakrishna Temple (J.K.Temple), Jajmau, Allen Forset Zoo, Nana Rao Park, Phool Bagh, Kamla Retreat, Buddha Park, Moti Jheel Park and many more. Out of all these parks and tourist spots the one that stands out is the Nana Rao Park, Kanpur.
Nana Rao Park in Kanpur in India was named after the great hero who fought bravely in the first War of Indian independence in 1857, Nana Rao Peshwa. The park was given the name of this great hero, after independence in 1947.
Nana Rao Park, Kanpur has historical importance attached to it, because of the Bibighar massacre of 1857 that took place here in this park.
The Nana Rao Park, Uttar Pradesh is extremely well and beautifully laid out. It also has a lovely plant nursery. The park looks extraordinarily beautiful when the flowers are in full bloom. Other than the flower beds and trees the park is also adorned beautifully with fountains.
Nana Rao Park, Kanpur was previously known as Memorial Well Garden. Amongst all the parks in Kanpur, Nana Rao Park is the biggest park and has impressive dimensions. The park is located at the heart of the city of Kanpur on the Mall Road. Nana Rao Park is situated on the west side of Phool Bagh, which is another attractive park in the city.