Heritage Arc

Uttar Pradesh is embedded in the heart of India, a land where cultures have evolved and religions emerge. With rich mythological origins which the centuries have left behind us. Ancient towns and cities haveThe greatness of Uttar Pradesh lies not only in this confluence, but also in the emergence of cultural and religious traditions along some of the greatest rivers in the Indian sub-continent – the Ganga and the Yamuna.

The heritage Arc runs across the region of Uttar Pradesh covering three regions making Agra the highpoint with Taj Mahal.The state capital Lucknow preserves the culture of the gone era, while Varanasi is full of beautiful Ghats and ancient temples. The Heritage Arc gives the travellers through the Indian history, heritage, art, culture and various traditions. Along the trail, you can explore Mathura/Vrindavan, Buddhist Stupas and other towns in Uttar Pradesh where the mythology of the gone time comes alive.


Agra also known as the capital of the great Mughals, has always been high on the list of the people who visit India for the first time because of the Magnificent Taj Mahal. But the exquisite beauty of other monuments like Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Itmad-ud-Dullah is sure to bowl you over. This ancient land has many artistic expressions like marble stone known as inlay work, sculpture, murals and carpets.With that one should not miss the lip smacking food of Agra like the famous Agra petha, dalmoth and Bedai and Jalebi. Within a distance lies the Braj Region.

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Lucknow is known as the land of the Nawabs is a beautiful amalgamation of past and present. One can find an explosive profusion of minarets and domes like the Bara Imambara, Rumi Darwaza, Chota Imambara etc. Lucknow is famous for its adab,tehzeeb and it enchants in many levels be it architecture, cuisines or the famous Chikankari embroidery found here. Lucknow is also near to famous destinations like Dudhwa National Park,Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary and famous Pilgrim sites in this region are Dewa Sharif ,Naimisharanya, Misrikh and Ayodhya.

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Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world, a thriving center mentioned in the great Hindu epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata and later in Buddhist chronicles. Varanasi is city full of Ghats and some of the most spectacular temples making it a true representative of the Indian traditions on the banks of the mighty Ganga in the heart of India.The handicrafts exotic embroidery on Banarasi silk ,royal carpets and bead and peral jewellery is sure to win your hearts along with some mouth smacking food like the tamatar chaat, lassi and many more. Varanasi is also near to Allahabad the Sangam city of India.

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