Chunne Miyan’s Lakshmi Narayan Temple is located in Koharapeer in the Katra Maanrai region and belonged to the Hindu migrants from Pakistan settled in Bareilly during 1947. These migrants started to build this temple but the land belonged to Fazal-ul-Rahman who was popularly known as ‘Chunne Miyan.’

He filed a case against them but ultimately gave to it when he was impressed on hearing the sermons of HarMilapi ji Maharaj of Haridwar. He also supported the cause with financial aid and from that day onwards the temple is known as Chunne Miyan’s Mandir.