Agra is the city of the Taj Mahal and capital of the erstwhile Mughal empire. Agra is also the gateway to the legendary Braj region, the land of Lord Krishna.
The Taj Mahal is a shining monument in marble, a tribute to the imagination of a great emperor who gave to the world a symbol of eternal love.
Prayagraj is one of the holiest cities of Uttar Pradesh. This city crowned in ancient scriptures as “Prayag” or “Prayagraj” of “Teerthraj”. Till few years back the city known as “Allahabad” but recently it was renamed to its ancient name as “Prayagraj” and is considered the holiest pilgrimage center.
Bundelkhand is a geographic region of central India. The region is now divided between the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, with the larger portion lying in the latter.
Famed in Hindu mythology, Chitrakoot is celebrated in ballads and the scriptures for its natural beauty and close association with the epic Ramayana.
This National Park is home to tigers, leopards, varieties of deer and antelopes, elephants and birds.
A quiet, tranquil and green nest in the Tarai foothills about 230 km from Lucknow.
Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, lies in the middle of the Heritage Arc. This bustling city, famed for its Nawabi era finesse and amazing food, is a unique mix of the ancient and the modern.
It is home to some extraordinary monuments depicting a fascinating blend of ancient, colonial and oriental architecture.
Mirzapur is a city in Uttar Pradesh, India, roughly 650 km from both Delhi and Kolkata, almost 90 km from Allahabad and 50 km from Varanasi. It has a population of 233,691 (2011 census) and is known for its carpet and brassware industries.
Just 10 km away is Sarnath, a highly revered Buddhist pilgrimage centre. It is believed that after getting enlightenment at Bodh Gaya, Lord Buddha preached his first sermon, sanctified as Maha Dharm Chakra Parivartan, at Sarnath
Ancient land where icons of Mahabharat era are found besides the famous Shiv Dwar and Renukeshwar temple.
Varanasi is among the oldest living cities in the world and its antiquity finds place in ancient scriptures. Located along the Ganga it is a sacred place for all Hindus, Jains and Buddhists.
The twin cities of Mathura and Vrindavan are about 55 km from Agra. In and around this heart of Braj bhumi are spots and symbols that immerse your trip in spiritualism.