Category: Uttar Pradesh

Varanasi Uttar Pradesh

Located in the northern India, Uttar Pradesh is often tagged as ‘The heartland of India’ due to its geographical location. But if we take a deep look, it is indeed the heart of India. Be it culture, history or tourism, UP is probably the most shining star in the map of India. Without a mention Read More

Kanak Bhawan Ayodhya

I think after Uttara Khand, it’s only Uttar Pradesh which is mainly known for religious tourism. Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Ram, is one of seven most holy cities of India. Located on the edge of Saryu River and flanked by many striking temples, Ayodhya has been a major pilgrimage spot for Hindus since the Read More

Ram Ghat

Located on the border of UP and MP, Chitrakoot is a small town but holds a strong significance in Hindu mythology. According to Hindu epic Ramayana, Chitrakoot is the place where Lord Ram had spent nearly 11 of his fourteen years of exile along with his wife Sita and his younger brother Lakshman. In Ramayana, Read More

Shree Krishna Janmabhoomi

Situated on the bank of River Yamuna, Mathura is probably the most revered and religious city in India comprising of several ancient and astounding temples. Being the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Mathura is no less than a pilgrimage site in India. Flanked by the numerous prestigious temples, it draws millions of worldwide devotees monthly. The Read More

Mohan Temple Ghaziabad

Located 19 km from the national capital New Delhi and 46 km from Meerut, Ghaziabad is widely known as ‘The Gateway to Uttar Pradesh’. Being a part of ‘National Capital Region of Delhi’, the city is highly developed and is also a loving tourist destination. Ghaziabad receives huge influx of visitors mainly because its proximity Read More

Taj Mahal Agra

Located on the bank of majestic Yamuna River, Agra is the only city in India where in every few steps you’ll find a sublime historical monument. Brimmed with Mughal architecture, culture, history, cuisines, and glory, Agra was once the royal capital of Mughal Empire. Today, comprising of 3 UNESCO world heritage places and Taj Mahal, Read More

Gorakhnath Temple Gorakhpur

Gorakhpur is one of those few cities in India that have existed since the 6th century and hold a very gripping historical and cultural lineage. The city has witnessed a set of transformation over the age but still, today it is anonymous, overlooked, and unnoted.  The city got its name after the name of a Read More

Chandra Shekar Azad Park Allahabad

As I typed the word ‘Allahabad’, my emotions started flowing out because it is the first tourist destination I visited alone first time when I was 13. It’s not only me who is in love with this city, rather every tourist who visits Allahabad once, becomes the admirer of this blessed and flamboyant city. The Read More

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi

Located on the bank of River Ganga, Varanasi is known for its holiness as much as the River Ganga itself. Earlier known as ‘Kashi’ and ‘Banaras’, Varanasi is one of seven holy cities of India. The spirituality and religious significance of Varanasi trace back the time period of ancient Vedic period. According to Indian mythology, Read More

Bara Imambara, Lucknow

Often referred as ‘The City of Nawabs’, Lucknow is deeply steeped in history & culture and depicts everything with a Nawabi touch. Whether you talk about the culture, history, literature, art & music, architecture, natural wonders, cuisines, or the tourism, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh has something exclusive to put in front of you. Read More