If you are an enthusiast traveller then, you must visit Uttar Pradesh, India. A traveller is considered as a blank page and is prompt to be filled with all that make his DIARY rich in content. Uttar Pradesh is well thought-out as the mirror of India. The much historic and revolutionary stories this state has, no other state can match its extent. Take the example of Agra – it has world’s seventh wonder Taj Mahal built in its lap, Jhansi has the palace of Rani Laxmi (martyred fighting against British), known as Rani Mahal and the city of Nawabs, Lucknow has the Rumi Darwaza, the gateway of capital of Uttar Pradesh. These are a few of tourists’ attractions what have put the world on awestrucking mode.
If you are secretly planning to witness the real “Unity in Diversity” in India then, you must visit Uttar Pradesh at the time of Holi, EID and Janmashthami. People from various caste and creed go immersed in celebrating these festivals together. Past records say that tourists have always shown their interests to visit UP during these festivals and this is not just because of watching people celebrating but also, to taste the real North Indian delicacies. This state is additionally rich in classical dance forms called Kathak and religious dance form Rasleela. UP’s folk music culture is also highly cherished by the tourists.