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      Uttar Pradesh

      As Betty White said “People forget the good that zoos do. If it weren’t for zoos, we would have so many species that would be extinct today.” and this is as true as it gets. Had it not been for zoos so many species would have been extinct. Read more

      Rich with remnants of the glorious past of Indian aristocracy and made famous by the tales of unrelenting courage of their Queen, Jhansi is a city unlike any other in the country. While most of us have read about the stories originating from the city in our school history curriculum, Jhansi’s print on the tourism map is still surprisingly faint.

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      Sarnath in Varanasi is known to be the place of Gautama Buddha. His first ever discourse was held here in the city’s Deer Park. All kinds of travelers feel a beautiful spiritual connection on their visit to this city. Sarnath sits where the sacred Ganga and Gomati rivers merge.

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      Agra is a majestic city in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India that lies on the banks of the beautiful river Yamuna. This city is laced with tremendous historical importance and holds the treasures of architectural and infrastructural beauty created by various communities like the Mughals, the Afghans and the British.

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      Agra! The first and most gorgeous thing that strikes our mind when we talk about Agra is the Taj Mahal. It is globally known that this stunning monument which is one of the seven wonders of the World along with other palaces and forts of the Mughal era reveals the charm and beauty of Agra.

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      Admit it. The moment you hear “Bareilly”, your mind starts playing Asha Bhosle’s hit number “Jhumka Gire Re”! Isn't that right? Well, courtesy this super famous song, people had actually started associating the ‘Jhumka’ with the iconic city of Bareilly. And guess what, the town finally decided to take advantage of it! Read more

      Varanasi is a very beautiful north Indian city set in the state of Uttar Pradesh. If we look at the history of this city then it goes backdating to 11th century B.C. Being considered as the spiritual capital of India, the city is for sure a home to endless number of Hindu pilgrims.

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      A sacred and religious spot, this place is famous because Lord Krishna was born here and Dwarkadhish temple is famous for the spectacular idol of Lord Krishna. The city is situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh, which is in the northern part of India. A 16th-century memorial tower called Sati Burj is here, which is famous. This holy city is situated on the banks of the holy Yamuna river and there are 25 famous Ghats, in which Vishram Ghat is holiest. Yes, it is Mathura!

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      Located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Mathura is the city of temples. It is of vital importance among tourists and visitors because it is the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The temples in Mathura offer solace to its devotees and calm their minds with the bhajans. People visit pilgrimages and temples to seek the peace of mind far away from the chaos of the world.

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      Mathura, the very name conjures images of a traditional city with many ancient artefacts and monuments dedicated to Lord Krishna, one of the popular Indian Gods. Mathura is an essential part of Indian culture and a much visited place by religious and other tourists alike. It is also the city where one can taste the most delicious pure milk based sweets, including the world famous Mathura Ka Peda and Khurchan, which is a semi-liquid form of the peda.

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      The glorious history of over 3000 years of the ancient land of Bihar welcomes you to enjoy the vibrancy of the culture and find solace in ancient temples. Known for its gift to the world, like the political system of the republic, first well-established university, religions like Buddhism and Jainism, this oldest inhabited land offers you a vast array of attractions to explore.

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      Agra is one of the historic cities of India situated on the banks of Yamuna River and is counted amongst some of the most popular tourist locations. The city is mainly famous for the architectural brilliance of Taj Mahal.

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