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Uttar Pradesh Villages

Uttar Pradesh is the multicultural, multiracial, microcosm of India, conglomeration of fabulous wealth of nature-hills, forests, valleys, rivers, and large plains. Seen as the biggest tourist destination in India, UP has thirty-five million local tourists. Over half of the foreign tourists, who visit India annually, does it a point to visit this state of Taj Mahal & Ganga. Agra itself gets around 1 million foreign tourists a year connected with around 20 million domestic tourists. Its tourism promotion budget is larger than that of government of India and half of the states of Indian union joined. Uttar Pradesh is studded with places of tourist attractions around a broad spectrum of interest to people of diverse interests.

The 7th most populated state of the world, Uttar Pradesh can lay claim to be the ancient seat of India’s culture and civilization. It has been characterized as the cradle of Indian civilization and tradition because it is around the Ganga that the oldest cities and towns sprang up.

Uttar Pradesh sported the most significant part in India’s freedom struggle and after independence it remained the bold state politically. Many Prime Ministers in India represented Uttar Pradesh in the parliament of India.

Uttar Pradesh has a vast historical legacy. The prominent epics of Hinduism-the Ramayana and the Mahabharata-were scribed in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh also had the glory of being house to Lord Buddha. It has presently been originated that Gautama Buddha spent most of his life in eastern Uttar Pradesh, wandering from place to place teaching his sermons.