Varanasi, the city of temples is the place that provides moksha, the ultimate liberation of the soul from all its suffering.
Things to see and do in Uttar Pradesh.
Burning Ghats in Varanasi : There is something about this ancient tradition that makes one speak in hushed voices out of respect, the swish of the oars dipping in the water, the most prominent sound.
Varanasi, the spiritual capital of India, has the river Ganges is its life line and is renowned for its religious significance and abundance of temples.
Jhansi Fort, built by Raja Bir Singh Deo of Orchha.It gained prominence in the 19th century where it played a major role during the Indian Mutiny of 1857.
This 3-star hotel and is probably one of the nicer ones in town, as we really didn’t see many other upscale hotels.
Vrindavan, on the banks of river Yamuna, is where Lord Krishna spent his younger years as a cowherd, playing his flute and flirting with the gopis.
Vishram Ghat is the main ghat on the banks of river Yamuna in Mathura. The traditional parikrama performed by the devotees starts and ends at Vishram Ghat.
Located at Dampier Park, The Mathura Archaeological Museum houses the items discovered in the archeological excavations from and adjacent area.
Mathura, a little town on the River Yamuna was transformed into a place of faith after Lord Krishna was born here.