The nawabi state Uttar Pradesh ranks second in playing the perfect host to maximum number of tourists annually. Varanasi - the spiritual capital of India, Agra - home to the seventh wonder of the world, Mathura - birthplace of Lord Krishna, Lucknow - the city of Nawabs, and the list goes on and on.
The famous food of Uttar Pradesh figures on top in the world gourmet map. The state is known for its delectable Awadhi and Mughlai cuisines - which primarily involve lots of paneer, mutton, and rich spices such as saffron and cardamom. It is a true paradise for non-vegetarians with world-famous dum biryani, tundey kababs, and galouti kababs to indulge in. However, the scrumptious chaat, samosa, laddoos, kofta, and pakoras keeps the vegetarian spirit high too.
It is also a one-stop-state for authentic chikankari work, exceptional glass and iron handicrafts, revered religious places, and lazeez food. Experience the unique festivities of Holi and Janamashtami in Mathura once in your lifetime, if you have not already. Don't forget to check out the one-of-its-kind Parijat tree, 39 kms from Lucknow.
Begin your sweet-and-spicy journey of Uttar Pradesh with SaleBhai and soak in the spirit of the state.