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Bangarmau (बांगरमऊ) is a town and tehsil in Unnao district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.


  • Bangaramau बांगरमऊ, उ.प्र., (AS, p.616)


It is located about 49 km North-West of Unnao and 22 km North-West of Safipur on the Unnao-Hardoi road. Bangarmau is situated on the left bank of the Kalyani River, a tributary of the Ganges.


An old temple named Baba Bodheswar is situated west of the town. Bangarmau is a pilgrim center. A Tantrik temple, Raj Rajeshwari Mandir, was established in the early nineteenth century. Near Bangarmau is Sanchan Kot, where a recent Archaeological Survey of India excavation unearthed a 2000-year-old Shiva temple.[1]

The town is also referred to in Baburnama, a biography of Babar, where Babar mentions that he camped near a lake situated in Bangarmau on 15 March 1528 and the following day left for Lucknow. Bangarmau belongs to the area under influence of a Sufi Saint Madar Shah of the Madaria sect.


विजयेन्द्र कुमार माथुर[2] ने लेख किया है .....बांगरमऊ (AS, p.616) उन्नाव ज़िला, उत्तर प्रदेश का एक शहर है। यह कानपुर-बालामऊ रेलपथ पर स्थित है। यहाँ प्राचीन काल का एक अद्भुत तांत्रिक मंदिर है, जो कुंडलिनी योग के आधार पर बना हुआ है।

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