Places of Interest
Patna Bird Sanctuary
Patna Vihar Bird Sanctuary is a protected sanctuary in the Jalesar sub division of Etah district in Uttar Pradesh. It covers an area of 108 hectares, and was founded in 1991. It is the smallest bird sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh, with a wetland area of only 1 km2.About 200,000 birds of 300 different species of birds frequent the sanctuary. Pied mynas, herons, cormorants and ducks and geese of all descriptions also frequent the sanctuary. Patna Sanctuary is best during the winter months as most of the birds tend to leave in March.
Awagarh is a historic town and a Nagar Panchayat in Etah district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is a town of many colours and contrasts. Here stands a 108-acre pristine fort of Jadon rulers of the Kshatriya clan, who after migration from Karauli had built this magnificent fortress in 12th century on a tiny mound, clamming the biggest moat encircling around it, surrounded by lush green fields is an ideal destination for nature lovers and a perfect getaway from a chaotic city life. Raja Balwant Singh Ji of Awagarh, built a college named after him as Raja Balwant Singh College at Agra.
It is situated in the heart of the town Etah. It is also known as Arsh gurukul.
It is situated at Babuganj Etah. This temple is very ancient and famous for worship hindu lord Shiv.