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Uttar Pradesh Travel Guide
The wealth of its monuments,
mystical call of its mountains and lakes, and the religious fervour that it
evokes, have rendered Uttar Pradesh, one of the most fascinating states of the
Indian Union. Whether one is on a spiritual quest, or in search of adventure,
or just on a curiosity trip, Uttar Pradesh has something to offer to everyone.
Situated in the northern part of India, it has the distinction of being the
most populous state of India. In terms of area, it is the fourth largest, among
all the states.
It is divisible into three distinct regions geographically; the Himalayan region
on the north, the vast Gangetic plain at the centre, and the Vindhya Range and
plateau on the south. Uttar Pradesh is watered by the mighty rivers of northern
India - Ganga, Yamuna, Ramganga, Gomati and Ghaghara. Almost all the important
towns and trading centres of the state, are clustered around these rivers. The
confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna, the two most sacred rivers of India, at
Allahabad, has been a vital pilgrimage site through the centuries.
Uttar Pradesh offers an endless array of attractions, to the tourist by way
of monuments, health resorts, mountain peaks, a wealth of ancient temples and
viharas, rich flora and fauna, fascinating rivers and captivating valleys. Agra,
Ayodhya, Sarnath, Varanasi, Lucknow, Mathura and Prayag combine religious and
architectural marvels; Nainital, Mussorie, Ranikhet and Almora are hill resorts
of rare charm; Corbett and Dudhwa National Parks head a long list of wildlife
reserves and sanctuaries; Yamnotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Hemkund
and the Pindari Glacier, enfolded wthin the Himalayan ranges, offer a combination
of adventure, pilgrim centres and natural beauty.
How to Get There
: Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, is well connected by air
with New Delhi, Patna, Calcutta and Mumbai.
: Lucknow is an important junction of the Northern and North Eastern
Railways. It is well connected with all important cities of India.
: Lucknow is well connected with New Delhi (497 km), Agra (363 km),
Calcutta (985 km), Kanpur (79 km) and Allahabad (225 km).
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