Sankisa

Sankisa is related to many Myths pertaining to Lord Buddha, especially his descending from the heaven after death makes it an ideal destination for Buddhist pilgrims. The place is as interesting as the stories related to Buddha, charming, quite and enchanting. Known as Sankasya in Ramayana, this village has been an important centre in the geography of India from earlier times. Huen Tsang named this city as Kapittha in his travelogue and described it as a nice place to visit. The place is renowned for the stone statues found here during the excavations.
Kanpur : Kanpur is a well-known and admired city in India. It is also a destination for the scholars from early Hindu civilization days of India. There are a whole agmut of places to visit in Kanpur, the prominent among them being Shri Radhakirishna temple, Phool Bagh, Jajmau, The Glass temple, The All soul's Cathedral, Nawabganj Bird sanctuary and the Allen forest Zoo.

How to reach
Air : The kanpur airport is nearest to Sankisa, from which, trains and buses run regularly.

Rail : The nearest railhead is Pakhna, at a distance of 12 Km.

Road : Sankisa is connected to the major cities of the state by good motorable roads.

Where to stay
Staying can be most enjoyed at Kanpur. The Landmark is a fine hotel.