Uttar Pradesh Ratings & Reviews
1 reviewPosted 2 years ago
Me with my family went to the UP for enjoying holidays but when I saw the UP I saw that there is a lot of crowds over there but thought that the place will be of no peace but when I started saying there I came up with the result that UP is the best place to visit that to Mathura a place in UP so amazingly designed you will be pleased with that place.
1 reviewPosted 4 years ago
Great roaming in UP
Loved it bhai ji it was great and fun visiting over there I loved the place that was exciting and lovely being over there every place over there found more beautiful wherever we visit over there loved the you. P and there people are more supporting and soft loved it I love to visit there every time I got chance
31 reviewsPosted 4 years ago
Passing through the Buland Darwaja at Fatehpur-Sikri
Once holding the center stage of Indian history, presently represents a mere shadow of the glorious past, contains different chapters of history among its ruins, is the Fatehpur-Sikri, the once capital of the formidable Mughal Emperor, Akbar the Great. Hardly at a distance of 12 km. From the present birding paradise of Bharatpur, Fatehpur-Sikri is one of the most famous historical township and a must watch if you plan a visit of Bharatpur, Mathura or Agra. The vastness of the Buland Darwaja is a grand sight to any visitor to Fatehpur-Sikri. The key areas to visit in the premises are the Dewan e Khas, Dewan e Aam, the Nahbat Khana, the all white dargah of the sufi saint Salim Chisti, the barracks for the prisoner, the treasury and the house of King birbal, the Jama mosque and the Minar.
1 reviewPosted 5 years ago
Good place for tour . Family member .
He history of Uttar Pradesh is very much associated with the broad history of India. It dates back to 4000 years. Formerly the area of Uttar Pradesh was occupied by Aryans or the Dasas and their main occupation was agriculture. The Aryans through conquests occupied the adjoining areas They laid the foundations of its civilisation in the region. It was during the Aryan inhabitation in the region that epics of Mahabharata, Ramayana, Brahmanas and Puranas were written The state was the heart of Mahabharata war. The Kosala Kingdom of Ayodhya is said to have been incarnated in the city of Mathura.
1 reviewPosted 5 years ago
A trip to city of nawabs
I with my family went to Lucknow to enjoy the city of nawabs and see where my father live his childhood. It is a grd experience for me and my sister to enjoy the city. We have also visited bhul bhuliya. We have eaten different types of street food in Lucknow.
1 reviewPosted August 2014
Memorial muments of UP
UTTAR PRADESH is home to powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. Including Magadha, Nanda, Mauryan, Sunga, Kushan, Gupta, Gurjara, Rashtrakuta, Pala and Mughal which many say was improved by the Nawabs of Awadh . Several texts and hymns of the Vedic literature were composed in Uttar Pradesh. The festival of Guru Purnima is dedicated to Sage Vyasa, and also known as Vyasa Purnima as it is the day which is believed to be his birthday and also the day he divided the Vedas . A typical day-to-day traditional vegetarian meal of Uttar Pradesh, like any other North Indian thali, consists of Roti (flatbread), chawal, dal, sabji, raita and papad. Many people still drink the traditional drink chaach with meals. On festive occasions, usually 'tava' (flat pan for Roti) is considered inauspicious, and instead fried foods are consumed. A typical festive thali consists of Puri, Kachauri, pulav, papad, raita, salad and desserts (such as sewai or kheer) . Uttar Pradesh ranks first in domestic tourist arrivals The historically important towns of Sarnath and Kushinagar.
38 reviewsPosted October 2013
The State to be Seen and Enjoyed
Uttar Pradesh - you P for short is possibly the one state which can boast of rich heritage, diverse attractions and reasonable accommodation. It provides for multi religions - Hindus, Buddhists, Islam. You P is a world by itself. It is blessed with heritage, beauty, tolerance, thousands of years of culture, The birth place of two most famous Hindu Gods - Lord Rama and Lord Krishna - holiest of holy places for Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims. There are many places to see - one can spend months and still miss out some important places . . There brass works, silk and cotton weaving, bronze icons, wood carving name them you have it - it is a shoppers paradise. There are many places to see, admire and worship - some are: Mathura, Brindavan, Agra, Fatehpur Sikhri, Naimicharanya, Ayodhya, Lucknow, Allahabad, Chitrakoot, Varanasi, Saranath, Gorakpur, Kushinagar List of places to see is very large and depends on ones taste, for example Agra is not Tajmahal there are many things to see, or Mathura - Brindavan can be covered in 1/2 day for some it may take more than a week to see it - the time factor is dependent ones taste and need. There are sanctuaries and forests for those who like to see wild life. The places are well connected by road and railways. You P tourism hotels are reasonably priced and reasonably clean and there are plenty of hotels to meet the needs of all. Some tips:. The best time to visit is between second half of October thro' end March. Drink only packaged drinking water . Avoid touts at all places. Hire a guide it saves time. Avoid pandas and other religious persons - seek them only if you have to and incase one needs their services make the terms clear. Be careful of your possessions. Plan your trip carefully to use time effectively.
1 reviewPosted September 2013
Mesmerizing Uttar Pradesh
September I visited a small town called Kalpi in Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh. I fell in love with this place as soon as I got down from the bus. Its a must visit for travelers who have liking towards history. Kalpi happens to be the birthplace of Birbal, one of the most intelligent person in the court of Mugal emperor Akbar. Situated on the bank of river Yamuna it provides stunning panaromic view of entire village & various temples on the river bank. Kalpi was the meeting point of Jhansi ki Rani & Tatya Tope during their freedom fighting days. Our very own Phoolan Devi comes from Kalpi. Once this place was dominated by most feared dacoits of our nation. It is a heaven for bird watchers, photographers & people who want to run away from fast paced city life. I did not find any staying options here so I was put up at a local hotel in Orai which is hardly 35 kms from kalpi . . Must visits places:. Bank of river Yamuna - For its serenity. Lanka Tower - It is around 225 feet tall. Lanka has ravaan carved on to it & it is said that eyes of Ravaan directly meet the eyes of Lord Shiva whose temple is right opposite Lanka Tower. Veda Vyas Bhoomi - Kalpi is the birthplace of Veda Vyas, the hrishi who wrote Ramayan Chaurasi Gumaad - It has 84 door arches but no one till now has been able to count it properly Pataleshwar - It is a small temple just before the stairs which take you down to Yamuna river. Outside Pataleshwar is a closed tunnel, it is said ti was made by marathas & Jhansi ki Rani escaped from this tunnel when Britishers attacked Jhansi. It is said that this tunnel is around 160 kms long from Jhansi to kalpi Food:. You can enjoy good local food at dhabbas situated on the highways joining kalpi. Rice kheer at sajan dhaba is to die for. Don't miss out on Gulab Jamuns of Balkishan in main market area, Hari ke samosa at the local market called bajariya, Gabbade ka halwa at Shri Darvaja, Jalebi Rabdi in the main market & Lala ki tamatar chaat at main market. Kalpi has no restaurants but you can enjoy amazing food at these places. Shopping:. You can buy local footwear made out of use truck tires & tubes. There is not much to shop in Kalpi Personal Advice:. Carry a torch with you because this place has lot of power cuts. Avoid moving on roads post 11:00 PM because locals say it is not safe. Need to know Hindi for communication with locals. There is only 1 direct train from Mumbai called Kushinagar Express which starts from Kurla Terminus. There are some trains to Orai & Kanpur Central. Kalpi is well connected by bus from major stations like Jhansi, Kapur & Orai. Winters during Diwali is the best time to visit this place. Summers are strict no because Kalpi experiences extreme weather conditions. I will personally say visit this place in winters to make the most of it. If you are travelling in winters, all your winter gear is must to carry.
Sheroes hangout run by acid attack victims
Having many galleries situated inside the Zoo
One can enjoy its architecture
Beautiful River Front Close To Ambedkar Park.
awesome puppet show
A lover's spirit