Uttar Pradesh – India

So far we covered following states of the India in our remote trip – Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, and Uttarakhand. And Now.

It was a great pilgrimage to the Uttarakhand and now I reached to the Uttar Pradesh, India. The city Agra of the Uttar Pradesh is known as the world wide because of the Tajmahal and there are also some good places to explore so let’s continue our trip to the Uttar Pradesh India.

  • Agra

This city is world wide famous because of the Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is one of the most iconic buildings in the world. This is the only place where you can go multiple times in a month even if you are free because it attracts visitors across the globe. If you have planned to visit Uttar Pradesh then this place should be on the top of your list. You can board a bus from Delhi or Jaipur also you can reach to the Agra via air and train as well. While you are in Agra so you can extend your trip to following places – Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daula, Fatehpur Sikri, Wildlife SOS, Aram Bagh, Agra Art Gallery, Mehtab Bagh, and few more places.

  • Lucknow

Yeah, the capital of the Uttar Pradesh and also known as the ‘The City of Nawabs’. Lucknow is the second largest city in the North India and 11th largest country of the India. Here you will be able to explore historical places and British Residences. It doesn’t seem a most loved city by tourists but yeah you can explore this city as well if you are on a project research. Places you can visit are – Bara Imambara – It is an Urdu word where Bara means big and Imambara means shrine complex, Chota Imambara, British Residency, Lucknow Zoo, Hazratganj, Constantia House or La Martinizer College, Dr Ambedkar Park, Lucknow Museum, and few other places. As I said, it doesn’t seem a city to must visit so you may avoid instead of wasting your time.

  • Varanasi

I love this place. I love the people of Varanasi. They will host you in a respective way only if you came to a right person. It is also one of the spiritual places of India. Varanasi is touched to the River Ganga, which adds more magnificent into your trip. Except for river’ you can extend it to – Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Sarnath where you will be able to see old heritages, Manikarnika Ghat is one of the sacred ghats in the India, and few more places but these are worth visiting.

  • Allahabad

Yeah, we reached to the city of Mr Amitabh Bachchan. Earlier this city named as the Prayag because of the meeting point of the Ganges, Yamuna and Saraswati rivers of India. Allahabad is also an Urdu word which means The Garden of Allah. The places which are must visit are – Triveni Sangam is the meeting point of three rivers, Allahabad Fort, Khusro Bagh, Anand Bhavan and All Saints Cathedral – make a visit in the evening or after sunset so you would be able to experience it in a better way.

  • Kanpur

The biggest city in the Uttar Pradesh. Earlier it was known as the Manchester of the Uttar Pradesh but later on, due to major industrial centre, it is being called as the commercial capital of the Uttar Pradesh. Kanpur also doesn’t have many places to explore but few of them which you can go are – Bithoor, Kanpur Gardens, Shri Radhakrishna Temple, Allen Forest Zoo, Jajmau and few not known places. Food is general, there is no big difference from rest of the places in India.

  • Mathura

Yeah, one of the most loved places in the Uttar Pradesh and the birthplace of Lord Krishna. Its culture and tradition attract tourists to make a visit. Here you will also see most of temples including – Krishna Janam Bhumi, Jama Masjid, Dwarkadhish Temple, Kusum Sarovar, Radha Kund and Mathur Museum. It is quite easy to reach to the Mathura via bus or train and also easy to find a stay. You can also make friends and stay with them for your short trip.

  • Ayodhya

As Mathura is the birthplace of the Lord Krishna similar, Ayodhya is the birthplace of Lord Ram. Ayodhya is located on the banks of the Saryu River. Again here you will be able to explore temples including – Ram Janambhumi Temple, Moti Mahal, Hanuman Garhi, Treka Ke Thakur, Kanak Bhavan, Guptar Ghat, and Mausoleum of Bahu Begum is also known as Bahu Begum Ka Makabara.

  • Vrindavan

A lovely place to visit on Holi. It is known because Lord Krishna spent his childhood here. You will be able to experience the real Holi only in the Vrindavan. Places you can make your visits are – Govind Dev Temple, Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple, Bankey Bihari Temple, and few more temples.

  • Jhansi

One of the historic city of India. It named Jhasni because of Rani Laxmi Bai’s participation in the 1857 revolt. Places you can explore are – Jhansi Fort, Government Museum, Chirgaon, and Maharaja Gangadhar Rao Ki Chatri.

There are few more pilgrim places in the Uttar Pradesh including – Kushinagar, Sarnath, Meerut, and Aligarh. While you are in Aligarh so you can go to the Aligarh Fort, Aligarh Muslim University and can have street food.

So this was all about my remote trip to the Uttar Pradesh and I hope you enjoyed it. If you enjoyed it then do not forget to share with your friends so they can also travel remotely. Yeah, its something new ‘remote travelling’ which you never heard of but it can be possible like this.

I’ll travel to the Bihar so let’s see how it goes. I have travel bag and also I’m loving the food while my travel. You won’t believe how great I’m feeling during this remote trip. I’m learning new things every day which I didn’t aware of at all.

 

Next destination is Bihar

 

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