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Uttar Pradesh - Quick Facts

State Capital: Lucknow

Area: 243,286 sq. km.

Population: 199,581,477

Altitude: 80 meters

Season: October to March

Clothing: Summer- Light Cotton, Winter- Woollen

Rainfall: 170 cms

Summer Max Temperature: 30-380C

Winter Min Temperature: 00C

Festivals: Diwali, RamNavami,KumbhMela

Language: Hindi, Urdu and English

Main Rivers: Ganga, Yamuna, Ramganga, Gomati and Ghaghras


From the point of view of tourism, Uttar Pradesh has a special place in India. This state abounds with places of historical, religious and cultural importance. And as many destinations are there full of fascinating natural beauty. For these reasons a great many foreign tourists coming to India visit this state. The Department of Tourism has constantly been trying to develop the places of importance properly, and to make necessary facilities available to tourists. The State is situated in Northern part of India and is surrounded by Tibet & Nepal in the North, Madhya Pradesh in the South, Haryana, and Delhi & Rajasthan in the West and Bihar in the East.


By Air
There is good air link to All Major cities in U.P.like Agra, Varanasi, Lucknow and Kanpur.

By Rail
Uttar Pradesh have good rail network Trains from all metros and major cities cross Allahabad. Delhi, Calcutta, Patna, Gwalior, Meerut, Indore ,Madras, Jaipur, Varanasi, Bombay, Guwahati, Dehradun and many other important cities of the country is well connected by rail.

By Road
Uttar Pradesh is connected to the rest of the country by good motorable all-weather roads.


Uttar Pradesh in one of the most ancient cradles of Indian culture, while it is true that no Harappa and Mohan-Jodaro have been discovered in the State, the antiquities found in Banda (Bundelkhand), Mirzapur and Merrut link its history to early Stone Age and Harappan era. Chalk drawings or dark red drawings by primitive men are extensively found in the Vindhyan ranges of Mirzapur district. Utensils of that age have also been discovered in Atranji-Khera, Kaushambi, Rajghat and Sonkh. Copper articles have been found in Kanpur, Unnao, Mirzapur, Mathura and some other districts. All these finds allude to a civilization prior to the advent of the Aryans in this State. It is most probable that snapped links between the Indus Valley and Vedic civilizations lie buried under the ruins of ancient sites found in this State.


When reading up on a tourist destination, one of the most important aspects tourists check out is the cuisine of the destination. And if you think of the cuisine of Uttar Pradesh, you are sure to end up spellbound with the impeccable cuisine of this state of India.

The cuisine of Uttar Pradesh has its roots in the courts of numerous rulers and emperors who had ruled UP. In fact, some dishes have its roots in the life and times of Lord Krishna; so rich is the cuisine of Uttar Pradesh. Moreover, UP is one of the few states in India that offers a fabulous platter for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

Uttar Pradesh is a state that is divided geographically, politically and by its cuisines into 3 zones; Western UP, Eastern Uttar Pradesh and Oudh. Of the three, Oudh, or Awadh offers the best cuisine and culture. Kababs, Nihari and Biryani rule the menus of Oudh. The Muslim dominance here has led to dominance in meat based items.

Western Uttar Pradesh or Rampur is famous for its Rampuri Rohu and Zamindoz, two fish dishes. Tahri, Murg Musallam and Reshmi Kababs are the famous dishes of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Sweets are specialties in Mathura and Agra zone which consist of the Khurchan and Peda of Mathura and Petha of Agra.


Main Handicrafts
Chikan work, Zari work, wooden toys and fruniture, Terracotta toysand Brass work.

Main Religious Places
Kashi, Prayag, Ayodhya, Mathura,Hardwar, Badrinath, Kedarnath,Gangotri, Yamunotri, Naimisharanya,Shaktipeeth, Vindhyavasini DeviTemple, Devi Patan, Hemkund,Reeda-meeth Saheb, Deva Sharif etc.

Main Folklores
Birha, Chaiti, Dhola, Kajari, Rasia, Alha, Puran Bhagat, Bhartrihari.

Main Folk dances
Karma, Chanchali, Chapeli, Chholia, Pandav, Vadi-Vadin, Lang and Bhaila.


The multitudinous vigour of the people of Uttar Pradesh is reflected in the colorful vibrancy of their fairs and festivals. Whether it is the village, still steeped in tradition, or the town, tentatively modern, an awareness of one's roots is deeply ingrained in each. And is outwardly manifested through festivities the year round. Fairs and festivals are celebrated with traditional gaiety and fervor to invoke divine blessings as well as for the sheer joy of living. A celebration of life at its best. The people of Uttar Pradesh celebrates lots of festivals throught the year. Some of them: Holi, Janmashtami, Ramlila, Ramnavmi Mela, Kumbh Mela, Kampil Fair, Deva Mela, Bateshwar Fair, Kartik Poornima , Lolark Shasthi, and Kailash Fair.


Literally speaking, Uttar Pradesh is shoppers delight. No where in India will you get a range of products on offering as in Uttar Pradesh. It will not be a bit of aberration to say that almost each and every town of Uttar Pradesh has something or other for you to offer. The reason behind this phenomenon is the rich art and crafts heritage of this state. Muslims, who are considered to be master craftsman in India, are present in a sizable number in most of the cities of Uttar Pradesh. Most of these families are traditional craftsmen who have been patronized by some or other royals in the course of History.


Agra | Azamgarh | Allahabad | Ayodhya | Chitrakoot | Jaunpur | Jhansi | Kanpur | Kapilvastu | Kushinagar.

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