Uttar Pradesh Tourism in collaboration with FICCI organized the Uttar Pradesh Travel Mart from 25th– 27th February, 2017, this year, in the City of Nawabs – Lucknow. The mart envisioned promotion of Uttar Pradesh as a leading tourist destination by highlighting the amazing Heritage of the heartland of India – Uttar Pradesh – including its..
In India, the celebration of Holi is one of the most significant and lively of all. With the charm and playful tidings it brings in, Holi is now adored worldwide. The glee of this festival know no snag. Since it is celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal across the country; however, Brij ki Holi is..
Holi is the festival of colours celebrated on the 40th day from Vasant Panchami as per the Hindu Calendar at such a scale that makes it one of the revered festivals that are celebrated in India. It is ideally a two day festival and starts with the symbolic burning of ‘Holika’ a sister of Hirannyakashyap..
Holi is a celebration of colors. A time when nature plays with colors, trees are laden with red green, blue and yellow flowers and whole atmosphere is filled with their fragrance. No festival is complete without its mouth-watering delicacies and holi have its own special dishes sprinkled with fresh condiments. Holi is a time to..
Suhelwa Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of about 42 kilometres from Gonda in UP’s Sravasti & Balrampur district. Suhelwa was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1988. Adjunct to the Nepal border of India, this sanctuary is spread over an area of 452 sq. km. It is a home to various species of flora..