Panki is a suburb in Kanpur, India, situated about 7 km from Kanpur on the NH 2 to Delhi. It has 90% of literacy and is 5 km from Panki, a Kanpur suburb. It also comes under Kanpur Metropolitan Region. Panki has a bus station and UPSRTC Buses of Kanpur have routes from Sachendi to different localities. Panki is also starting point of Kanpur over-bridge which is one of the largest over-bridges in India.
In this vedic and historic town of Kanpur there is place named Panki presently inside the Kanpur municipal limits and is about 8 km from the Kanpur railway station and main bus stand. The place has an electric power generating station, which supplies to the northern grid. While the place Bithoor is connected with Saint Valmiki this place Panki is linked to Hanumanji. Whereever Lord Ram’s name is chanted there you can see Hanumanji. Any place connected with the ancient epic Ramayana is not ‘purnam’ without mention of Hanumanji. The place Panki has a wonderful ancient temple for Hanumanji. An excellent power generator and sustainer!
The temple of Lord Hanumanji:
The temple of Lord Hanuman is one of the most popular temples in this region. He draws lot of devotees from all over the country and their wishes are heard and fulfilled by the Lord. He showers His blessings on the devotees who come here with full devotion and absolute faith.Lord Hanuman always give his blessing to the visitors. Built on a sprawling land with great elevation, and huge towering ‘kumbas’ are under construction. There are three entrances to the temple from East, North, and West sides and the temple is a magnificent sight from distance itself.