Very good morning and warm
Your accommodation is booked in Visitor's
Hostel/Visitor's Hostel Extension/Guest rooms in
Students hostel, IIT Kanpur from 5th April to 7th
don't fly to
Best option: Lucknow airport.
Tentative fair: Ola/Uber-: Rs.
900/-to 1100/- per trip to IIT Kanpur. If you need
assistance from IIT Kanpur Travel Desk , it is Rs.
2450/- per trip
Phone no of Surendra Yadav
Taxi Services: 05122595094/9936051842/05122591088
If you need my assistance to
receive you from airport,
please drop a mail at email@example.com (it is more
continent for me). My number (Prof. Kamal K. Kar):
Please mention your name,
flight number, airlines and actual arrival time at
Please take an exit from platform no 1
From railway station, you can take a taxi
(about Rs. 300/-) or a three wheeler (two seater) (Rs. 200/-) directly to Visitor Hostels/
Visitor Hostel Extension Kanpur/Hall of residence.
or Reaching I. I. T. Kanpur from Railway station: From railway station, you can take
institute bus (about Rs. 15/-). The bus is available just outside the platform 1.
But the schedule is 6:15 AM and 8:15 AM or Reaching I. I. T. Kanpur from
Railway station: From railway station, you can take rickshaw (about Rs. 15/-)
to the Kanpur bus station (known as Jhakor Katti). From here, you take a bus
(buss number 2 or other busses, asked anybody in the bus station) to IIT-Kanpur.
From here again you take a rickshaw to the Visitors Hostel/
Visitors Hostel Extension/Student Hostel)
"Located around 23 km
from Kanpur, Bithoor (once known as Brahmavart) is a
very important site for both Hindu religion and Indian
history at large. Legend has it that after the
destruction of the universe and reconstruction of the
galaxy by Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma (the creator of the
universe) selected Bithoor as his abode and performed a
"yagna" (Hindu prayer ceremony) here, naming the town as
Brahmavart. This town was also one of the epicenters of
the Revolt of 1857. During the First War of
Independence, Bithoor became a rallying point for the
rebellion against the British East India Company, until
it was captured by General Havelock in 1857. Today,
Bithoor attracts a large number of pilgrims who visit
the Brahmavart Ghat and Valmiki Ashram, which are the
primary attractions of the town."
The above information
is copied from
Centre of Land of earth:
More about Bithoor
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Nanotechnology for Better
Prof. Kamal K. Kar
Advanced Nanoengineering Materials Laboratory
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur-208016,
Email: flyash2018 @ gmail.com and copy to kamalkk
(O),+91-512-2598703(R), 09415081153, 08005059301
Fax : +91-512-597459, +91-512-597408