Uttar Pradesh elections are over and BJP’s firebrand leader Yogi Adityanath has taken oath as the 21st chief minister of India’s most populous state. And it’s time to get back to work! Uttar Pradesh has always been known for its rich cultural past. It has several places worthy of visiting to soak in our traditions and culture.
People from all around the world come to take a dip and wash their sins in the holy water of Sangam. Sangam, the place where the world’s largest cultural festival Kumbh mela is also celebrated. It is also famous or Prayag, Allahabad Fort, Allahabad Museum, Alfred Park and Swaraj Bhawan among others.
The city need special attention in terms of infrastructure and better facilities for tourists.
City famous for its brave Maharani and the warrior Rani Laxmi Bai is situated on the banks of the Pahuj or Pushpavati River. Jhansi holds many tourist spots like Panch Mahal, Rani Laxmibai jumping point, Jhansi fort, Samadhyan Tomb, Kal kothri, Shahar darwaja and many others ancient places which describes our strong and rich history.
The place is filled to the brink with its rich and heroic past of valor.
Fatehpur Sikri – The city of tombs was founded by Akbar in 1569. City is oozing with rich historical architectures like Buland Darwaza, Jodhabai Palace, Panch Mahal, Diwan-I-Khas, Tomb of Sheikh Salim Chisti, Jama Masjid.
One of the most ancient and sacred cities of Uttar Pradesh, is known as the birthplace of Lord Rama. Despite sub judice matter of Ram Temple, the place has various other attraction to look forward including Moti Mahal, Kanak Bhawan, Hanuman Garhi, Guptar Ghat and Faizabad Museum among others.
The development of tourism in and around Ayodhya will have a positive trickle-down effect on its local economy too.
VVIP constituency of Narendra Modi is not a unknown city. Ancient city of art, scholar and rich Indian culture is also known as Benaras or Kashi. Situated on bank of the Ganga river and famous for its ghats and Ganga arti has attracted tousists from all over the world.
Dashashwamedh Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat and Assi Ghat are some of the popular ghats of holy city. It is also the education center with world famous Banaras Hindu University, founded by Madan Mohan Malviya in 1916 as its heart.
The city surely needs a better infrastructure to handle huge influx of global tourists and surely needs a better air connectivity to attract more people.