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Lucknow & Kanpur residents await new adventures with the upcoming Chandrakanta tourism circuit!

Scaling up the tourism potential of the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to develop a new tourism circuit, based on Devaki Nandan Khatri's famed novel Chandrakanta Santati. Ushering a new and exciting opportunity for lovers of history, nature and fantasy, the eco-tourism circuit shall come up in the state's Vidhya Region. Once the scheme is ready and formalised, folks from Lucknow and Kanpur will get a new adventure right in their own territory!

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Know more about THIS picture-perfect bridge in Kanpur that marks the city's identity!

A hit among locals who wish to spend their idle evenings amid the picturesque scenery of the Ganga, Kanpur's Ganges Barrage is an ideal spot for locals and tourists alike! This 621-metre-long bridge was built in 1995 and has gone through constant changes that have amplified its beauty. Especially famed as a sunset point, this picture-postcard beauty beckons you to take a virtual tour before you plan an actual visit to observe the surreal scenic beauty that envelops this locale, otherwise known as Ganga Barrage!

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Satiate your wanderlust with a virtual exploration of THESE 7 ghats of Kanpur

Kanpur lies along the banks of River Ganga and owing to this, it is home to numerous ghats, each of which has a unique aspect attached to it. In fact, Kanpur's Bithoor area was once known as 'Bavan Ghaton ki Nagari' (City of 52 Ghats), of which only 29 survived the Revolt of 1857, industrialisation and other adventitious projects. In an attempt to acquaint you with the historical and religious significance of this city, we have planned an offbeat digital tour along the 7 ghats of Kanpur that you ought to know about!

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Tourism places in Lucknow to be open for visitors from June 16 onwards!

After a long interruption caused by the pandemic, tourist spots across Uttar Pradesh are all set to welcome visitors from 16th June. As per reports, the tourism department has issued directives for unlocking the centres and only 100 individuals will be allowed at a time within a campus. While the frequented spots are being revived for the tourists, the authorities have been asked to ensure complete adherence to the COVID protocol so that no lags lead to uncontrolled infections.

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Tagged as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khajuraho's tales tell us more than what meets the eye

Asking the generation that giggled at 10th class biology to act mature over sensual sculptures is a bit of a stretch, we agree. But when in Khajuraho, you will reach a point where it will strike you that its temples have so much more to offer, than its erotic carvings.

Lying at a distance of about 222 km from Kanpur, Khajuraho is a hub of temples, museums and legends that will make you want to explore more and more! Certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this titillating town will make your trip worthwhile, especially if you are a history or architectural enthusiast.

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