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Tikwapur [1]

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Tikwapur [4]
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
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Tikwapur [7]
Tikwapur [8] (India)
Coordinates: 26°00′0″N80°0′0″E / 26.00000°N 80.00000°E / 26.00000; 80.00000 Coordinates: 26°00′0″N80°0′0″E / 26.00000°N 80.00000°E / 26.00000; 80.00000
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
state Uttar Pradesh
District Kanpur city
  BodyGram Panchayat
  Official Hindi
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration UP-78
Nearest city Kanpur

Tikwapur is an Indian village in Ghatampur tehsil of Kanpur district, Uttar Pradesh. [9] It is also known by the name of Trivikrampur. Its corrupted name is Tikmapur.


Geographical situation

It is situated in tehsil Ghatampur, district Kanpur of state Uttar Pradesh, India, on left bank of River Yamuna. Tikmapur village is 58 km from Kanpur and 2 km from Kanpur-Sagar National High Way towards west.

Famous persons

An inscription about one of Bhushan's poems about Shivaji, at the Birla Mandir, Delhi Bhushan kavi Birla mandir 6 dec 2009 (39).JPG
An inscription about one of Bhushan's poems about Shivaji, at the Birla Mandir, Delhi

Historical Importance

Ratnakar Tripathi's family in the 17th century lived in this village. Three sons of Ratnakar Tripathi were famous for his poetry in medieval India:

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