Kichhauchha Sharif,Ambedkar Nagar- Uttar Pradesh

Kichouchha Sharif is also known as Dargah of the famous Sufi saint Syed Makhdum Ashraf Jahangir Ashrafi. He was born in Semnan in Iran and in particular he contributed significantly in pursuing the Chishti system. These saints carried a lot of trips and sent a message of peace to the people. Kichouchhah Dargah Sharif is built on a small hill, which is surrounded by a rhythm. The entire complex is decorated with marble, tiles and Read more…

Gobind Sahab, Ambedkar Nagar-Uttar Pradesh

Govind Sahab Dham, situated on the border of Ambedkar Nagar and Azamgarh, is the center of faith. Every year there is a one-month fair and It is believed that every pearl is completed by Baba on the day of Govind Dashami. Here is the reason that devotees reach this day not only from the country but also from abroad to the devotee Baba’s philosophy. This time the fair will start on 28th November. Since Dham Read more…

NTPC Tanda, Ambedkar Nagar – Uttar Pradesh

Tanda Thermal Power Station is located in Ambedkar Nagar district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of NTPC. The coal for the power plant is sourced from North Karnpura Coal Fields. Source of water for the power plant is from Tanda Pump Canal on Saryu River. How to Reach: By Air Vanarasi Airport is the nearest Airport which is 121 Kms from Ambedkarnagar. Read more…

Naqvi Park, Aligarh- Uttar Pradesh

Located in Aligarh city, one of the oldest cities of Uttar Pradesh, Naqvi Park is one of the most popular and most visited parks of the city. Also known as Rajkeey Udhhan Jawahar Park, the park is well-known for its lush green surroundings and fountains that intensify the beauty of the park. The park also houses walking paths and playgrounds that attract the old as well as children, as well as a plant nursery open Read more…

Aligarh Fort, Uttar Pradesh

Aligarh Fort, also known as ‘Aligarh Quila’, ‘Baunasaur Quila’ or ‘Ramgarh Quila’, is amongst chief attractions of the destination. The fort was built by Muhammad, son of Governor Umar in 1525 during the reign of Ibrahim Lodhi. It is located on a hill with steep ravines on all sides. of about 32 feet. The polygonal construction having bastions at each angle is the highlight of the ancient testimony. How to Reach : By Air 80 Read more…

Khereshwar Temple, Aligarh- Uttar Pradesh

Khereshwar Temple is one of the holiest shrines of the region, situated in Tajpur Rasulpur village. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is renowned for beautiful architecture along with engraved ceilings of metallic mural finish. Apart from enshrinement of Lord Shiva in the form of ‘Shivlingam’, the shrine features several Brass idols of Hindu deities.In vicinity to the temple, there is a small pond and beautiful fields. The shrine of Lord Shiva is Read more…

Sikandra, Agra- Uttar Pradesh

Sikandra is located at a distance of four kilometers from Agra. The most important place here is the tomb of Akbar. Its construction work started by Shovay Akbar. This mausoleum is the finest blend of Hindu, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist and Jain art. But even before its completion Akbar has died. Later his son Jahangir completed it.Jahangir made several changes to the original plan. Seeing this building shows how Mughal art developed. Humayun’s tomb at Dilnali, Read more…

Goverdhan,mountain-Uttar Pradesh

It is the lilasthali of Lord Shri Krishna. It was here that Lord Krishna raised the Govardhan mountain on his junior finger to save the Brajvas from the wrath of Indra in Dwapara Yuga. Govardhan Parvat is also known as the devotee Giriraj Ji. Devotees from far and wide come to circumambulate Giriraj Ji for centuries. The circumambulation of this kilometer Kos is about 211 kilometers. Major sites enroute are Anyur, Govind Kund, Tatha’s Lotha Read more…

Vrandavan, Agra- Uttar Pradesh

Vrindavan is situated in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh around 151 km south of Delhi. It extends latitude 27°33¢ in the North to longitude 77°44¢ in the East. The place is just 10 km off Mathura, the place where Lord Krishna is said to have spent his childhood. Vrindavan is situated on the New Delhi-Chennai and New Delhi-Mumbai main railway line. A meter-gauge line connects Vrindavan to Mathura. There are quite a good Read more…