The foremost of all is definitely fabled Taj Mahal, which is as much as the emblem of Indian tourism. No word would be sufficient to describe the beauty of the monument, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Travel to Uttar Pradesh to see how the genius of men has created sheer poetry out solid marbles.
A travel to Uttar Pradesh would take you to Varanasi the oldest living city of the world. Thousands of years old temples and the Indian monks would take you to a quaint journey to the past.
Time stands still in its crumbling ruins of age old Buddhist Stupas in Sarnath. Nawabi palaces, exquisite handicrafts and delicate cuisine would unfailingly remind you of the splendors of a bygone era as you walk along the lanes and bazaars in Lucknow.
The state also plays a key role in the country's agro-production. Before you travel to Uttar Pradesh, Travel.mapsofindia brings you some useful facts about the state:
|Location||Northern part of India |
Bihar in the East,
Madhya Pradesh in the South, Rajasthan, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana in the west
Uttaranchal in the north
|Latitude||Between 24° and 31° North|
|Longitude||Between 77° and 84° East|
|Area||2,36,286 sq kms|
|Climate||Summer - hot|
Winter - cold
|Average Annual Rainfall||120cms|
|Religion||Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism|
|Best Time to Visit||October to March|
|Clothing||Summer - Cottons|
Winter - Woolens
Last but not the least, if you have a penchant for wild lives, don't miss out Dudhwa as youtravel to Uttra Pradesh.
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