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1)  BIHAR –

Bihar is the second largest state of India and is geographically the twelfth largest state. The name of Bihar state has been taken from Vihara, which means ‘Math’. Bihar, Hindus, Jains and especially Buddhist people used to be religious centers. It was Bodh Gaya where Lord Buddha had received knowledge. Lord Mahavira, who was a great religion, the founder of Jainism, he was born here too, and he also received Nirvana also here. Bihar state, Uttar Pradesh in the west, Nepal in the north, the northern part of West Bengal in the east and Jharkhand border in the south.

Bihar Tourism- Provides the area of natural beauty in the form of lakes, waterfalls and hot springs. In ancient India, ancient Bihar was the center of strength, education and culture. Near Patna, Bihar’s capital, Nalanda and Vikramshila were centers of education, which were established in the 5th and 8th centuries respectively, and are counted among the oldest international universities of the time.

Bihar is one of the most sacred places of various religions like Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh, and Islam. The ‘Mahabodhi Temple’, a Buddhist temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also located in Bihar. In the 1980s, Mahatma Gandhi Setu Patna was considered the longest bridge built on any river throughout the world. Patna and Rajgir city are known as two historical cities of Bihar.

Bihar was a big religious place for Hindus, Jains, and mainly Buddhist religions. Lord Buddha had received knowledge in Bodh Gaya. Nearby, Nalanda was the world’s famous Buddhist university in the 5th century AD, whereas Rajgir Buddha and Jain path-shower Mahavir were associated with both. It was believed that the birth of Lord Mahavir, the founder of ‘Jainism’, of another major religion, was born here and that Nirvana was also received here too.

If a person wants to study Buddhism then the journey of ‘Bodh Gaya’ can prove to be best for him. Sasaram and especially Nalanda are one of the most attractive tourist destinations that appeal to ordinary tourists far and wide. Bihar has been an important place of culture and education for many years. The Gupta Empire which was originated from Magadha in 240 A.D., is known as the golden age of India, in the field of science, mathematics, astronomy, commerce, religion and Indian philosophy.

Vikramshila and Nalanda University were one of the oldest and best centers of education in ancient India. Some authors believe that Hinduism has given a lot of support to increase Buddhism in the period between 400 AD and 1000 CE. Hindu monarchs gave many grants to Buddhist monks for the construction of Brahbhayhar.

The diversity of dishes in Bihar is an important part of Bihar tourism. Bihar’s food is mainly vegetarian because traditional Bihari society is influenced by the values of non-violence of Buddhism and Hinduism, they do not eat eggs, chicken, fish, and other animal products. The people of Bihar are predominantly vegetarian. Many Bihari carnivorous dishes with chicken and mutton are also common here.

Some dishes for whom Bihar is famous – Sattu Paratha, roasted gram flour is filled in a paratha and spicy mashed potato is a spicy dishes.

Chhath, an ancient and important festival of Bihar, is celebrated twice a year: once in the summer, which is called the sixth of Chhath, and once around one week after Deepawali, which is called Kartik Chhath is. In Chhath, the sun god is worshiped. It is once worshiped twice and once in the evening and on the banks of the river flowing (at sunrise) or on any large reservoir.

In addition to Chhath, all the major festivals of India like Makar Sankranti, Saraswati Puja, and Holi are celebrated in Bihar with full splendor. Sonipur Animal Fair is a one-month celebration which starts almost half a month after Diwali. It is considered as Asia’s largest cattle fair. It is organized on the banks of the Gandak river of Sonipur.

Bihar some best travel destinations –

1) Nalanda, 2) Gaya, 3) Munger, 4) Vaishali, 5) Muchalind lake, 6) Patna.

7) Griddhakuta peak, 8) Rajgir hot springs, 9) Buxar fort, 10) Nalvakha palace,

11) Hieun Tsang memorial hall, 12) Jalmandir temple, 13) Patna museum,

14) Sher shah suri tomb, 15) Vikramshila ruins, 16) Janki temple,

17) Kanwar lake bird sanctuary, 18) Kesaria stupa, 19) Barabar caves, 20) Thai monastery. 

2) CHANDIGARH- 

Chandigarh is a Union Territory situated in the foothills of Shivalik ranges of the Himalayas in northwestern India. The interesting thing is that it is the capital of two states of Punjab and Haryana. Here is an ancient temple dedicated to Hindu goddess Chandi, after which the town has been named after it. Due to urban design and construction, it is known as India’s first planned city in the world.

After the Indo-Pak partition, Punjab needed a new capital instead of Lahore. Then the first Prime Minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru, decided to build a new and planned city. In the 1950s, a French architect named Lee Corbusier and Urban Planner outlined the structure of Chandigarh. On 1 November 1966, the city was declared as the Union Territory and the capital of Punjab and Haryana.

One of Le Corbusier’s big creatures, ‘The Open Hand’ is located in the city’s Capital Complex. Due to the buildings of the three institutions of the democratic system and symbols of the city in the Capital Complex, it is very popular among tourists coming here. The Rock Garden also attracts a large number of tourists. For its art and culture, it is known not only in India but also abroad. There are many museums in Chandigarh too. For example, the International Dolls Museum, Government Museum, and Art Gallery.

The vast forest in the north of Chandigarh is very fond of wildlife lovers. Cansal and Nepali jungle are littered with animals and plants. But the most popular area in this area is the Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is a part of the Sukhna Lake catchment and there are various species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. Another attraction of this type is Chattbir Joo, which is located in Mohali. Rose Garden and Gurudwara Kuhnahi Sahib are also important in other tourist spots in Chandigarh.

Chandigarh some best travel destinations –

1) Rock garden, 2) Rosegarden, 3) Fun city, 4) Terraced garden, 5) Sukhna lake, 6) Roopkund trek,

7) Pinjore garden, 8) Thunder zone, 9) Government museum and art gallery, 10) Botanical garden,

11) Shantikunj, 12) Nagal wetlands, 13) Leisure valley, 14) International doll museum, 15) Bougainvillea garden,

16) Garden of fragrance, 17) Children traffic park, 18) Hibicus garden, 19) Topiary park,

20) Forest reserves, 21) Punjab Kala Kendra, 22) Museum of the evolution of life,

23) National gallery of portraits, 24) Fitness trails, 25) The capitol, 26) Butterfly park,

27) Japanese garden, 28) Le Corbusier center, 29) Child art gallery,

30) Place of assembly, 31) Musical fountains

3) Delhi –

The capital of India is part of the New Delhi , which is the second most populous city after Mumbai. In the mix of this enchanting new and old Delhi, you will find a collection of history, culture and amazement of India. It is not only the capital of the country but also the capital of political activities, which make it an idyllic place and attracts tourists to its peers.

Located at the height of 0 to 125 meters, Delhi is located in the north of India. In the east, Uttar Pradesh, whereas in the north, south and west there is Haryana, Delhi Ridge and Yamuna river are two main features of Delhi Geography. Yamuna river is the only major river of Delhi.

Due to the subtropical atmosphere of Delhi, the summers here are very hot and dry, while in the winter there is so much cold that the whole of Delhi is covered with fog. The summer season lasts from April to June, while Rain Rutu starts in June and lasts for October. After this, winter starts in November.

Like Delhi’s history, Delhi’s culture is also very diverse. Many Hindu festivals like Diwali, Mahavir Jayanti, Holi, Lohadi, Krishna Janmashtami are celebrated here, as well as many popular and unique festivals like Kutub festival, Vasant Panchami, World Book Fair and the International Fair Fest here are also celebrated.

Many monuments and tourist sites in Delhi are reminiscent of ancient times. The famous Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple are one of the masterpieces of the architecture of Delhi. In Delhi, you will get everything in one place, due to which it is also called “Shoppers Paradise”.

The Capital of India and the Capital of Political Activities, the Parliament House in this delightful Delhi, the Rashtrapati Bhavan, which is the official residence of the President of India, Rajghat – Samadhi Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi and many other attractive places are present here.

Delhi has been the capital of many empires and if you are a history lover, then at least once Delhi will have to come to see its detailed history. From the Qutub Minar to the Red Fort, there are many such historical monuments, mosques, cemeteries and many other heritage, which gives proof of its time.

Delhi best travel destinations-

1)  Humayun’s Tomb, 2) Hauz khas village, 3) Red Fort, 4) Qutub Minar, 5) India gate, 6) National Zoological Park, 

7) Chandani Chowk, 8) Lotus temple, 9) Swami Narayan Akshardham temple, 10) Jantar Mantar, 11) Agrasen ki baoli,

12) Jama Masjid, 13) Rashtrapati Bhavan, 14) Connaught place, 15) Teen Murti Bhavan, 16) ISKCON( Hare Krishna temple),

17) Lodhi garden, 18) Mehrauli Archaeological Park, 19) Nizamuddin Dargah, 20) National gallery  of modern art, 

21) Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, 22) Rajghat, 23) Kuchesar,24) Rajpath, 25) Pragati Maidan, 26) Tughlaqabad Fort,

27) Lajpat Nagar, 28) Safdarjung Tomb, 29) Dillihat, 30) Garden of five senses, 31) Paharganj, 32) Purana Qila,

33) National Museum, 34) Rail Museum, 35) Mughal garden, 36) Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, 37) Nicholson cemetery,

38) Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, 39) Iron Pillars, 40) Nehru Memorial, 41) Crafts Museum, 42) Chhatarpur Mandir,

43) Sri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, 44) Hijron ka khanqah, 45) Fatehpuri Masjid, 46) Sanskriti Museums, 47) Jhandewalan Hanuman Temple,

48) Isa Khan’s Tomb, 49) Charkha Museum, 50) Museo camera, 51) Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum, 52) Siri Fort, 53) Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib,

54) Shankar’s International Dolls Museums, 55) India War Memorial Museum, 56) National Bal Bhavan, 57) Alai Minar, 58) Museum Of Archaeology,

59) Majnu Ka Tilla, 60) Bengali Market, 61) India Habitat Centre, 62) Kiran Nadar Museum Of Art. 

4) HARYANA-

Haryana is a fast-growing state of India. It is surrounded by Uttar Pradesh in the east, Punjab in the west, Rajasthan in the south and Himachal Pradesh in the north. This state is adjacent to Delhi and it is from the western, northern and southern border of Delhi, Haryana. This state was created by separating from Punjab on November 1, 1966.

Haryana is quite prosperous with the view of tourism from Delhi. There are many breathtaking views and places to explore here. Kurukshetra is situated right here, where the war of Mahabharata was fought. Apart from this, the Barndhal lake in Faridabad also has a special place in Haryana tourism. The mausoleum built in the form of a star near Bhiwani also raises a lot of discussion and tourists from all over the world come here.

For tourism, there is everything from the temple and the fort to the lake and the park in Haryana. Culturally, Haryana is also very rich. The history of this place comes from Vedic times and it is also mentioned in Hindu mythology. Here Lord Brahma had created the creation by performing religious rituals. Apart from this, there is a lot more in Haryana, which makes its glorious heritage more prosperous.

Ved Vyas chose this place to write the Mahabharata. People here are deeply connected to their traditions. They still pronounce yoga, meditation, and mantras. Since it is the gateway of North India in a way, due to this there have been several major battles in ancient times. Here the fearless people have come to fight for their values and rights.

Haryana was the first part of Punjab. Because of this, the culture of both the states is quite similar. The major languages spoken here are Haryana, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and English. Country’s main festivals are celebrated with great fanfare here. Lohadi is a major festival of Haryana. It is celebrated one day before Makar Sankranti after the autumn.

Although this festival originally belongs to Punjab, today it is celebrated in the whole of Haryana. Other festivals of Haryana include Gangaur, Baisakhi, Gugga Numi, Surajkund Handicrafts Fair, and Kartik Mela. Every year one November day is celebrated as Haryana Day. On this day not only was the formation of Haryana State, but it was also established on the same day Haryana Tourism Corporation.

Simultaneity is also seen in Haryana as well as in the culture of Haryana. The people here love delicious and nutritious bread. Since the state produces large quantities of milk, most of the dishes here include milk or made products.

Haryana is connected to all major cities of the country by air, road, and rail. Due to being near Delhi, tourists do not have any problem reaching Haryana.

In Haryana, there is a continental climate for most of the year. There is also a cold winter as well as severe heat. If Karnal and Ambala districts are left out, Haryana does not get much rain. It has the lowest rainfall in Mahendergarh and Hisar.

Haryana best travel destinations –

1) Gurgaon-

a) Sultan National Park Bird Sanctuary, b) Leisure Valley Park, c) Damdama Lake, d) Badshahpir Fort,

e) Begum Samru Palace, f) Farrukh Nagar Fort, g) Sohna, h) Sheesh Mahal, i) Tikli Bottom, j) Kingdom of dreams,

k) Wet’n’ Wild, l) Urusvati Museum Of Folklore, m) Stellar Children’s Museum, n) Aapno Ghar Amusement Park,

o)Shikhar Adventure Park, p) CRPF Shooting Range, q) Ambience Mall. 

2) Kurukshetra-

a) Brahma Sarovar, b) Sannihit Sarovar, c) Sheikh chilli Tomb, d) Kurukshetra Panorama & Science Centre, e) Dharohar Haryana Museum,

f) Kalpana Chawla Planetarium, g) Bhadrakali Temple, h) Birla Mandir, i) Sri Krishna Museum, j) Jyotisar Birthplace Of  Bhagavad Gita,

k) O.P. Jindal Park &  Musical Fountain.

3) Panipat-

a) Panipat Museum, b) Kabuli Bagh, c) Old Fort, d) Sardar Gunj Gate, e) Kabulishah Mosque, f) Devi Temple,

g) Grave Of Ibrahim Lodhi, h) Bu Ali Shah Qalandar, i) Kala Amb Tree Site.

4) Ambala-

a) Ropar, b) Nalagarh,c) Sis Gunj Gurudwara, d) Badshahi Bag Gurudwara, e) Gurudwara Manji Sahib,

f) Rani Ka Talab, g) Anand Pur Sahib, h) Planetarium, i) Khagra Goff Club, j) Holy Redeemer Church, k) Paget Park.  

5) Hisar-

a) Agroha, b) Banavali, c) Kunal, d) Gumbad, e) Jahaj Kothi, f) Barsi Gate, g) Fort Of Prithviraj,

h) Feroze Shah Palace, i) Gujri Mahal, j) Lat Ki Masjid, k) Durgah Char Qutab, l) Town Park, m) Devi Bhavan Mandir.

6) Faridabad-

a) Surajkund, b) Badkhal Lake, c) Peacock Lake, d) Dhuj Lake, e) Raja Naher Singh Palace, f) Camp Wild,

g) Nepal Photography Day Tours, h) The Aravalli Golf Course.

7) Karnal-

a) Karnal Fort, b) Karnal Lake, c) Naraina, d) Miran Sahib’s Tomb, e) Kalander Shah’s Tomb,

f) Cantonment Church Tower, g) Pukka pul.

8) Panchkula-

a) Kalka, b) Pinjore, c) Mughal Gardens, d) Bhima Devi Temple, e) Raipur Rani, f) Cactus Garden, g) Chhatbir Zoo,

h) Mohali Stadium, i) Gurudwara Nda Sahib, j) Mata Mansa Devi Mandir.

9) Morni hills-

a) Tikkar Taal Lake, b) Gurudwara Nad Sahib, c) Mansa Devi Temple.

10) Sonipat-

a) Tomb Of Khwaja Khizr, b) Jurasik Park Inn, c) Abdullah Nasir Uddin Mosque, d) Baba Dham Temple, e) Methodist Mission Church.

5) PUNJAB-

Punjab is located in the north-west of India and is surrounded by Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, and Kashmir, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Pakistan in the west. Even without being the smallest state in the country, Punjab is ahead in prosperity.

Punjab was partitioned by the British in 1947, after which Punjab was once again divided and it was divided into Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana in 1966. This state has always been a gateway to the people coming from Central Asia and from the Greek, Afghan and Iran.

Punjab has historical significance, the mention of this is found between the Greeks and the Parsis. They know Punjab as the land of five rivers. Thus, agriculture is the biggest business of the people here. Punjab is an area where most Sikhs are found. In Punjab, many industries like machine tools, textile, sewing machines, sporting goods, starch, tourism, fertilizer, bicycles, sugar, and textiles are run. In Punjab, agricultural goods, scientific equipment, and electrical goods are also made.

Punjab’s soil is fertile alluvium and well supported by irrigation canals. However, in the northeast of this state, the foothills of the Himalayas and the Thar Desert in the South part remains. Every season in Punjab lives on the skin border, there is a fierce summer and there are winters of Kadak. There is heavy rainfall here during the monsoon.

Punjab lacks natural forest. Some fruits like oranges, pomegranate, apple, peach, figs, mulberry, shrimp, apricots, almonds and berries are produced here. The land here is filled with grass, shrubs and shrubs. Punjab’s infrastructure is considered the best in India. It is also called India’s granary where the yield of rice, sugarcane, and other vegetables is in abundance.

Punjab is the capital of Punjab and it is the most planned city of India. Visitors will be interested in seeing the culture and civilization of this place. The royal palaces, temples, religious sites, and the saga of the historic battles make this place worth tourism. Various cities like Faridkot, Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Ludhiana, Pathankot, Patiala, Mohali, and other cities have also hidden their charm and dignity. A unique feature is hidden in every place.

The main aspects of Punjab tourism are culture and civilization. Many forts such as Govindgarh Fort, Kila Mubarak, Sheesh Mahal, Jagatjeet Mahal etc extend the beauty of this state and speak the royal stature of the old rulers. Atari Border, Common Khaj Bagh, Baradi Garden, Takht-e-Akbari, Jaliwala Bagh and Raoz Sharif are one of the main monuments here.

State Museum and Art Gallery, Shaheed A Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh Museum, Pushpa Gujral Science City and Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum are beautiful memories preserved by this state where tourists can make their trip.

In Punjab tourism, Dera Santhagra, Gurudwara Gharana Sahib, Gurudwara Sri Durbar Sahib, Gurudwara Shahidganj Talwandi Jattan and many other gurus are counted among the religious places here. Sri Ram Tirath Temple, Durgiana Temple, Shiv Temple, Kathgarh, Kamahi Devi Temple, Devi Talab Mandir, is the main pilgrimage site of Hindu religion located here. Murish Masjid is a holy place for Muslims living in Punjab.

Sangolol, Archaeological Museum, Rupnagar shows a different part of Punjab tourism, it is one of the archaeological sites. Chhatibir Zidiyahar, Takhni – Rehampur Wildlife Sanctuary, Kanjali Wetland, Harike Ventland, Tiger Safari, and Deer Park, enhances the beauty of this state. This is one of the major wildlife sanctuaries of Punjab.

Punjab provides opportunities to tourism, Punjabi culture and tradition to get closer. Most of the people living here are Sikhs. The Golden Temple is located here in Amritsar, which is the main religious place of the Sikhs. There is a Gurudwara in every village of Punjab. The second most prominent religion here is Hindu. Punjabi is the official language here.

People here are very happy, they believe in being cool and enjoy life by participating in various cultural events.

A hobby of dancing with different types of food makes Punjabis different. The main festivals of Punjab, Lohri, Bansat, Vaisakhi, and Teej.The main dance in Punjab is Bhangra. It was first used only during harvesting but due to its special nature, it was recognized globally. There is another aspect of Punjab where history is heard in folklore.

Punjab best travel destinations-

1) Amritsar-

a) Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, b) Partition Museum, c) Golden Temple, d) Param Pujya Mata Lal Devi Mandir, e) Wagah Border Visit,

f) Jallianwala Bagh, g) Guru Ke Mahal.

2) Ludhiana-

a) Punjab Agricultural University Museum, b) Punjab Rural Heritage Museum, c) Joy Train At Rakh Bagh Park,

d) An Evening in the Nehru Rose Garden, e) Amusement at Hardy World, f) Mazar at Phillaur World, g) Guru Nanak Stadium.

3) Jalandhar-

a) Devi Talab Mandir, b) Geeta Mandir, c) Niku Park, d) TR enjoy world, e) Wonderland.

4) Kapurthala

5) Mohali

6) Raipur-

a) Rajim, b) MM Fun City, c) Hajra, d) Champaran, e) Telibandha Talab, f) Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary.

7) Pathankot-

a) Nupur Fort, b) Shahpurkandi Fort, c) Ranjit Sagar Dam, d) Mukteshwar Temple.

8) Patiala-

a) Quila Mubarak, b) Motibagh Palace, c) Sheesh Mahal, d) Baradari Garden, e) Dhillons Fun World,

f) Bahadurgarh Fort, g) Environment Park, h) Patiala Zoo.

6) MADHYA PRADESH-

Madhya Pradesh is called “the heart of India” and it is the second largest state in the country. The history of this state, geographical location, natural beauty, cultural heritage and people here make it one of India’s best tourist destinations. Its capital is Bhopal, which is famous as the city of lakes. Madhya Pradesh Tourism provides all aspects of tourism to explore and enjoy tourists. From the Tiger view in Bandhavgarh National Park to the idols of the temple of Khajuraho, you can find real India.

The central position of the state, as well as the rich natural diversity, making it a complete tourist destination. The green forests with high mountain ranges, rivers and lakes provide a beautiful harmony between the various elements of nature. Narmada and Tapti rivers run parallel between two mountains between Vindhya and Satpura. Various types of animal birds and plants and the natural beauty of Madhya Pradesh are characteristic of tourism.

The kings of many dynasties ruled over Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh has seen the rise and fall of almost fourteen dynasties like Maurya, Rashtrakut and Gupta Dynasty of ancient times, Bundle, Holkar, Mughal, and Scindia. Various types of art and architectural styles developed through various kings. The erotic sculptures of Khajuraho, the magnificent Fort of Gwalior, the temples of Ujjain and Chitrakoot or the Orchha umbrellas are good examples of all architecture. Khajuraho, Sanchi, and Bhimbetka have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Madhya Pradesh’s tribal culture is an important part of tourism in Madhya Pradesh. Here mainly Gond and Bhil tribes live. Adivasi art and art forms are a major source of attraction of tourism. Folk music and dance are the artistic heritage of the country. The variety of dishes in Madhya Pradesh is an important part of tourism here. The dishes here mainly include Rajasthani and Gujarati dishes. The capital city Bhopal is famous for its majestic food like Sink and Shami Kebab. Jelly and cashew barfi are available in almost all sweet shops and in all places.

However, there are differences in eating habits in every part of the state. Khajuraho’s Khajuraho Dance Festival and Tansen Music Festival of Gwalior are famous all over the world. Mandi Utsav and Bhagoria Festival are celebrated by tribal tribes in the village.

Madhya Pradesh best travel destinations-

1) Orchha,2) Kanha National Park, 3) Panna National Park, 4) Khajuraho, 5) Ujjain, 6) Sanchi,

7) Bhimbetka Caves, 8) Gwalior, 9) Bhopal, 10) Bandhavgarh National Park, 11) Maheshwar, 12) Mandu,

13) Bhind, 14) Omkareshwar, 15) Bhojpur, 16) Chitrakoot, 17) Indore, 18) Jabalpur,19) Katni,

20) Chhatarpur, 21) Panchmarhi, 22) Pench National Park, 23) Rewa, 24) Vidisha, 25) Shivpuri,

26) Deogarh, 27) Sheopur, 28) Chanderi, 29) Mandsaur, 30) Pali, 31) Tikamgarh, 32) Burhanpur,

33) Barwani, 34) Amarkantak. 

7) UTTAR PRADESH-

 Famous pilgrimage places of Uttar Pradesh. If Uttar Pradesh is not counted for devotion tourism in India then something will be incomplete. Uttar Pradesh attracts pilgrims as well because they are quite famous pilgrim places. Banaras is a place which is also called liberation or salvation place by the Hindus and this country is famous among tourists abroad. It is home to the Taj Mahal and the holy city of Hindus, Varanasi. This state is also rich in cultural heritage along with the most famous state of the Union of India.

Uttar Pradesh is a very sacred place and also an important place for Vaishnavites. Lord Krishna and Ram’s birthplace Mathura and Ayodhya are also in Uttar Pradesh. Other places connected with Krishna like Vrindavan and Govardhan are the places where people can come for the whole year’s festivities and glee.

The great saints like Kabir, Tulsidas and Surdas were also on this earth, which is famous for their love for songs with devotional songs. Allahabad is counted among the oldest cities, and here it is a community of three important and holy rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati. This place attracts devotees, travelers and photo lovers from the country and abroad, which is famous for the Aquarius Fair.

It is also an important place for people of Buddhism because Buddha gave his first sermon only in Sarnath, Ashoka Pilar in Kaushambi, and here Buddha has given many sermons, Buddha has spent many years in Shravasti and in Kushinagar, he is mortal Pramukhsagiri is equally important for both Hindu and Jain religions. Places of Uttar Pradesh are quite mentioned in mythology and it is responsible for the development of the epic of India like Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Forest life of Uttar Pradesh
Saspur Bird Sanctuary in Rae Bareli, Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Dudhwa National Park are some of the places which attract animal lovers on their own and make it the whole of Uttar Pradesh tourism.
Historic painted
Uttar Pradesh attracts tourists from the country and abroad thanks to its beautiful and best historical monuments.

Uttar Pradesh’s culture, food and creed
One of the important dance arts in India, Kathak was started from here. Like other areas of India, Uttar Pradesh has its own culture and there is more popularity of song and dance. Uttar Pradesh has many notable handicrafts such as handmade printing, carpet making, metal enamel, brocade work, brass and ebony work. Are. Unique sample of embroidered, Lucknow Chicken has received praise in the country even if abroad.

The culture of Uttar Pradesh is also a mixture of Hindu and Mughal culture which is seen in many monuments and dishes in the state. Duration of food, kebab, dum biryani and many non-vegetarian dishes are some dishes that can bring water to tourists’ mouth. Tasty snacks such as licking, samosas, pakoda etc. have made their own place in the hearts of people across the country and it started from Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh best travel destinations-

1) Ayodhya, 2) Mathura, 3) Vrindavan, 4) Agra, 5) Fatehpur Sikri, 6) Chitrakoot, 7) Deogarh,

8) Varansai, 9) Sarnath, 10) Kushinagar, 11) Gorakhpur, 12) Allahabad, 13) Lucknow, 14) Kanpur,

15) Jhansi, 16) Mirzapur, 17) Sonbhadra, 18) Bada Gaon, 19) Hastinapur, 20) Kumbh Mela At Triveni Sangam,

22) Dudhwa National Park.

Varanasi:

It is the source of Hindutva and one of the oldest cities in the world. This place is also called the city of temples, and it is also one of the most sacred places for Lord Shiva’s devotees. This is done in the production of the best clothes in the world.

Jhansi:

Historical place Rani Lakshmibai’s Battleground

Agra:

It is a city of three heritage sites, including Tajmahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. There are also many other historical heritage and gardens in Agra. Also in the city is the tomb of Timad-ud-dulhah and the tomb of Akbar.

Lucknow:

It is the capital of Uttar Pradesh. It is also the most planned city of Uttar Pradesh. There is also another historical heritage built in the Mughal, British and Modern Architectures. Lucknow’s food and chicken clothes are famous all over the world.

Mathura:

miNenath, the birthplace of Lord Krishna of Hindu religion and Jain religion.

Ayodhya:

The birthplace of Lord Rama of Hindu religion

Sarnath:

Here, Gautama Buddha first taught religion, it is one of the four main pilgrimages of Lord Buddha. At the same time it is also the birthplace of Jain Tirthankara Shreyanasnath, the eleventh of Jain religion.

Kushinagar:

This is the place of an important Buddhist religion, it is believed that after the death of Gautama Buddha, he was paralyzed.

Bithoor:

It is one of the important industrial cities of Uttar Pradesh and the giant cities of the state. It is also one of the state’s most cosmopolitan cities. There are also many historical places like Bithoor and Allen Jungle Zoo. This is one of the giant metropolitan cities of northern India, where there are also many British architectural buildings. The Gothic church, built in memory of the siege of Campar by Walter Granville, is also in this city.

Chunar:

It is the center of the clay artifacts. Chunar Chandragupta in the sixth century
There is a fort built by Vikramaditya. On this fort, Humayun and Sher Shah Suri have also ruled and this gateway of Maurya empire was used to be there. There is also a lot of waterfalls and natural places in this city.

Fatehpur Sikri:

This is the historical place of the Palace of the Mughal Empire and the fort.

Hastinapur:

It is a famous religious place, as it is believed that it is also the birthplace of Kauravas’ capital and the three pilgrims Shantinath, Kunthunath and Arnath.

Devgarh:

This city is famous for the Devgarh fort and the temples built in the 8th and 9th centuries found here.

Mirzapur Division:

It is famous for the world’s finest carpet industry and its natural beauty. Also, this city is one of the fast growing cities of Uttar Pradesh. It also includes Vidyanchal Shaktipeeth.

Ghaziabad:

An ancient place of ancient India and one of the most developed industrial destinations of modern India. Here we also see Buddha International Circuit.

Meerut:

This is a historic site of the 1857 and Seoni Rebellion of the First Independence Campaign of Indian Independence. From the time of Mahabharata of ancient India, this city is one of the historic places of modern India. It is another  the fastest developed cities of Uttar Pradesh.

Noida and Greater Noida:

Northern India’s IT, Electronics and Education Hub. Also, India’s largest planned and high-tech residential area

Gorakhpur:

This city is home to Buddha, Hindu, Muslim, Jain and Sikh saints. Paramahansa Yogananda is also the birthplace of the great Hindu ruler Chandragupta Maurya.

Jaunpur:

Founded by Sultan Firoz Shah Tughlaq of Delhi, the city was named after his father Muhammad bin Tughluq’s Jaunpur Sultanate. Here we find the ancient Indian fort of Mughals, Lodi and Islamic rulers.

Dudhwa National Park:

Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Bird Sanctuary, Oil Frog Temple, Surat Building Palace, Elephant Rides.

Rihr:

There are many main tourist attractions around the city. Including the Jim Corbett National Park.

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