Jajmau additionally known as Jajesmow, is a suburb of Kanpur, India. It is located at the banks of the Ganges River. Jajmau is an industrial suburb. It has the populace of about 652,831 in line with census 2011. It is thought to be the oldest inhabited area inside the region. The essential industry is the leather-based enterprise. It is home to a number of the biggest leather tanneries in Northern India. The excavations performed right here via the Archaeological Survey of India advocate that it dates returned to c. 1300-1200 BCE.
Earthen pottery, tools and numerous historic artifacts determined by way of the Archaeological Survey of India are presently saved in the Kanpur Sangrahalaya. While coming from Lucknow from the brand new the Ganges bridge you could see the antique "Jinnaton ki Masjid" on top of the hill. It resembles the Taj Mahal due to its architecture and white shade. Going down the side of the hill contrary to the river is a settlement for nearly half of 1,000,000 people in general involved in leather enterprise. The birthday celebration traveling Jajmow blanketed except the latter, two English buddies, an Assistant Magistrate, a Collector of the N.W.P. You can visit this place with your loved ones.