A temple dedicated to Hindu’s originating from Pakistan that settled in Bareilly in 1947. The migrants from Pakistan built this temple under the auspices of the man Fazal-un-Rahman popularly known as the ‘Chunne Miyan’. When Fazal-ul-Rahman, wouldn’t donate the land under which the temple was built, the migrants took up a case against him. Rather than go to court, the migrants offered that he should come to the temple himself, and he was so impressed by the sermons of HarMilapi ji Maharaj of Haridwar that he let the temple go ahead, as long as it was named after him.
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