Uttar Pradesh is a well known city located in the northern zones of India. The state gives a great opportunity to the tourists to get a glimpse of the vivid traditional, cultural as well as religious heritage of the country. The enchanting cities of the state offer numerous tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh.Agra in Uttar
Pradesh is one of the most famous
tourist destinations in the world. The city holds
the architectural wonder of the world called
Taj Mahal. The marvelous sculpture was erected
by Shah Jahan in loving memory of his beloved
wife Mumtaj Mahal and hence is called as the
symbol of Love. The fort of Fatehpur Sikri near Agra and the magnificent tomb of Akbar situated at Sinkandara are worth paying a visit.Some of the other Agra tourist attractions are Sikandra, Jama Masjid, Itmad-ud Daulah's Tomb, Chini Ka Rauza and Mariam's Tomb. There are other places to see in Agra such as Swami Bagh, Mehtab Bagh and Ram Bagh. The major temples here include Balkeshwar Temple, Shyam Ji Maharaj Temple, Kailash Temple,Mahakal and Mahakali Temple, Mankameshwar Temple, Rawli Maharaj Templeand Prithvinath Temple.The tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh include one of the most vibrant cities of the state called Lucknow. Also called as the city of Nawabs, the place is famous for its lip smacking cuisines, cultural heritage and the grand hospitality offered by the people. The place is thronged by visitors who wish to see the numerous historical sites like Imambara, Roomi Darwaza, Asafi Mosque, Daulat Khana, Mubarak Manzil, Moti Mahal, Chhatar Manzil and Jama Masjid. The city is also
famous for its National Botanical Garden.
Allahabad is one of the most sacred cities of the state. The place is the center of attraction for the religious populace. Being the major place to celebrate the pious festivities, Allahabad is visited by tourists all the year round. Kumbh Mela organized once in 12 years attracts devotees from all over the world. Some important tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh, located in the city of Allahabad are Patalpuri Shrine, the citadel of Allahabad, Akshay Vat and Ashoka Pillar. Banaras
also called as Vanaras is one of the oldest cities of India. A visit covering all the tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh will remain incomplete without a visit to Banaras. Banaras is well known for its river fronts or Ghats. The place is visited by the religious populace all the year round. Some major ghats worth visiting in
Banaras include Chauki Ghat, Man Mandir Ghat, Asi Ghat, Scindia Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat and Dashashwamedha Ghat.The Dudhwa National Park, earlier called as a tiger reserve is one of the most famous national parks of Uttar Pradesh. The park is among the major tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh.
Rambling over an area of 614 Sq Kms., the park
is a heavenly abode to some of the most endangered animals of the country including
Leopards, Swamp deer, Hispid Hares, Bengal Florican and many more.Some other tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh include Jhansi, Mathura, Chitrakoot, Kanpur and
Vrindavan. With all these enchantingdestinations to visit, Uttar Pradesh is offers
a great opportunity to enjoy your holiday.
Lucknow was one of the greatest cities in the medieval world, and is today the capital of Uttar Pradesh, situated in the north side of India. Though Lucknow has dominant Urdu culture, its name has Hindu origin. The name Lucknow is derived from the epic Ramayana. The story is like when Lord Ramchandra returned to Ayodhya after 14 years exile, he bestowed this place upon Laxman, his younger brother. Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, located on the bank of Gomti. It is the cultural center of northern India. People from Lucknow are very polite and have their own fascinating culture and traditions. Lucknow travel will give you idea about the refined north Indian culture during the Mughal era.
Lucknow city is full of parks, palaces, gardens and impressive architectural monuments. The highly cultured Lucknow with all its past regal trappings has met the demands of modernity, while keeping the tradition and culture alive. Lucknow is the heart of northern India, which is known for its arts, cuisine, culture, music, hospitality, adab and tehzeeb i.e. etiquettes.
Major tourist attractions of the city are The Bada Imambada, Rumi Darwaza, Husainabad Imambada, Residency, Jami Masjid, La Martiniere College, Husainabad Clock Tower, Husainabad Clock Tower, Dilkusha ruins, Qaiserbagh complex, Ruins of the Lucknow Residency, Crocodile Santuary at Kukrail, the Ramkrishna Math, and Farangi Mahal, and Banarsi Bagh. All these places you can visit in your Lucknow travel. Other nearby places to the Lucknow are Firozabad, Ayadhya, Sravasti and Kanpur, which can be visited during Lucknow travel.
Muharram celebration of Lucknow is famous from the
times of Nawab. In fact, Lucknow witnesses great passion during celebration of every festival. Lucknow Mahostav is celebrated in the month of November-December. It is a 10- day event having classical, semi classical music, plays, kite flying and tonga races, showing the cultural heritage of the city.
Lucknow is also famous for silk works, perfumes, jewelry, Chikan embroidery and mouth-watering cuisines. Lucknow offers great delight for shopping lovers. Sahara Ganj Shopping mall, East End Mall, Fun Republic Mall, Hazaratganj, Nadiya ke paar, and Aminabad Market are famous for shopping. October to February is the best time for Lucknow travel.
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