It is doubtful whether such a temple exists anywhere else in the world. The secret of this Jagannath Temple, Kanpur is that some accurate information about nature is known from here. For example, this temple can accurately predict the occurrence of rain. He can tell you not to stay one day or two days in advance, but seven days in advance. Is this also science, or divine fun?

Not just the rain forecast, but how it will rain, able to give glimpses of rain or drizzle. This is what the people of Jagannath temple area of ​​Behta village in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh claim. Kanpur is one of the busiest cities in Uttar Pradesh and one of the main temples here is the Jagannath Temple, Kanpur.


The Temple:

The temple is located at Behta village in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, 3 km from Vikaskhand. The centuries-old Jagannath temple houses the black stone idols of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra. On the same altar with them are the black stone idols of Surya and Padmanabham. It is known from this temple that the arrival of the monsoon is reported fifteen days in advance. Besides, it can also give information about premature rain seven days in advance. Delhi’s Moushum Bhavan can provide that via satellite.

Jagannath Temple Kanpur

Local residents and devotees say that whenever the monsoon comes, water starts falling from the roof of this temple almost two weeks before. From this, they can understand the upcoming monsoon. It is said to the farmers that there is not much time left for the monsoon to come. Even, this water stream different. In the year when there is a heavy monsoon, water starts falling from the roof of the temple in torrents. And in the year when the rain is light, in that year the stream of water falling from the roof is also weak. No year has been an exception to this rule. The most important thing is how the water falls from the roof. There is no water pipe from which the water comes out.

The people of about 35 villages in a radius of about 50 km around this temple get advanced information about rain from this temple. They rely more on the Jagannath temple forecasts than they rely on the meteorological department. According to that, they arranged the farming. They believe that everything is God’s pleasure. This matter of God’s pastime, however, scientists do not believe. But the non-believers could not give any clear explanation as to why or how this water flow occurs.


The archaeological department conducted many surveys to know the history of the temple but not much information about the temple found so far. According to archaeologists, the temple reconstructed around the end of the 11th century. Historians believe that the temple built during the era of Emperor Harshavardhana because of the peacock symbol and chakras outside the temple. The size of the temple is similar to that of a Buddhist monastery and the walls of the temple are about 14 feet thick. Which is unimaginable today. It is not known why the wall of the temple is so thick. That is not less mysterious? The question in the minds of many that there must be some mystery hidden in it which has not been revealed to date.

Jagannath Temple Kanpur

Mystery and Believe:

It believed that during the hot summer, 7 days before the rains start, water starts falling from the roof of the temple. Seeing this scene of the temple, the farmers smiled. They understand that there not much time left for the monsoon to come. The poor wretches seen rejoicing at the news of relief from the unbearable heat. Another notable feature of this temple that the ceiling inside the temple is completely dry during monsoons. Which appears wet when rain is forecast. To this day no one knows where the water that falls from the roof to predict rain comes from. Everyone thinks it nothing but God’s pastime.


How To Reach Jagannath Temple, Kanpur:

Air:                 The nearest airport is Chequei.

Train:             The nearest Railway Station is Kanpur Central.

Road:           This temple is located in Behta village, three kilometers away from the headquarter of e

Bhatgaon block of Kanpur district.



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