Bangarmau is a city and a municipal board in Unnao district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.It is situated on the left bank of Kalyani, about 49 km north-west of Unnao and 22 km north-west of Safipur on the Unnao-Hardoi road.
Bangarmau is a very old city, now a big tehsil of District Unnao. Bangarmau is connected to Delhi by highways. There is a very old temple named "BABA Bodheswar" situated in west of city. There is a Degree College named "Indra Gandhi Government PG College". This College was established by the efforts of late. Shri Pt.Gopi Nath Dixit, Home Minister of Uttar Pradesh, for providing higher education to rural and areas in July 1988. The college is situated at the Kanpur- Hardoi state highway. It is 50 km away from Unnao headquarters. It provides education in Arts, Science & Commerce. Post Graduation classes also started from 1998-99 in three subjects: Hindi, Sociology & Economics. Bangarmau is a pilgrim center, mentioned in U.P. Tourism Dept. A Tantrik temple namely "Raj Rajeshwari Mandir" was established 200 years ago[when?]. Nearby Bangarmau is "Sanchan Kot", where a recent Archaeological Survey of India excavation unearthed a 2000 year old Shiva temple.
The city is also referred to in Baburnama, and a nearby village, Newal, is connected to the references made by the Chinese traveler and Buddhist scholar Hieun Tsang. Bangarmau also has the Raj Rajeshvari temple, and the well-preserved Dargah of Meer Salahuddin Shah [clarification needed]. Bangarmau comes in the area of influence of the Sufi Saint Madar Shah of the Madaria sect. There are several villages named after him, situated around Bangarmau.
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