Uttar Pradesh has played an important role in the history of India. The culture and heritage of India are really rich in India’s buildings, temples, forts, and palaces.
1 Fort of Agra
Built-in Agra of Uttar Pradesh, this fort is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. This fort was near Rajput King Prithviraj Chauhan. This fort is famous for its architectural, carvings and paintings. This fort was started by Mughal emperor Akbar in 1573.
2 Big Imambara
Big Imambara is a historical heritage of Lucknow. It is also called maze. It was made by Asif Udayaula. This famous Imambaar of Lucknow has historical and cultural significance. This Imambhabar was constructed by Asadullah in 1784 under the famine relief project.
3 Fort of Ramnagar
The fort of Ramnagar is located in Ramnagar of Varanasi. It is located in front of Tulsi Ghat on the eastern bank of river Ganga. It was built by Kashi Naresh Balvant Singh in 1750. It is made by the balupaththar of Chunar, a butter-colored butter. This fort is not in good condition at the present time. From the beginning, this fort was inhabited by Kashi kings.
4 Buland door
Historical building in Fatehpur Sikri is the bulldog door. Whose height is 280 feet from the ground? After 52 stairs the viewer reaches the door. The doors of the old age are kept in the doors of the old age. For the recognition of Shaikh Salim, many travelers see horses’ rivulets on the keys. Construction of Buland Darwas was done in 1602 by Akbar as his Gujarat-Vijay.
5 Kaiserbagh Palace
Kaiserbagh Palace was built in 1847 by Nawab Wazid Ali Shah of Oudh. This palace was the dream project of Nawab and he wanted to make it the eighth wonder of the world. The British government caused this palace to be damaged during that time when he started feeling that he was making a grip on the rebels and the Nawabs.
6 Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal is an excellent example of Mughal architecture. Its architectural style is a unique combination of Persian, Turk, Indian and Islamic architectural components. In 1983, Taj Mahal became the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Taj Mahal has also been declared the gem of Islamic art of India. Taj Mahal is a centerpiece. Tomb of white marble made on a square foundation basis.
7 Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid of Agra is a huge mosque. Which is dedicated to Shahjahan’s daughter Shah Jadi Jahan Ara Begum, It was built in 1648 and is known for its mineral-shaped structure and the special type of dome. The entire Jama Masjid is adorned with beautiful carvings and colorful tiles. Apart from this, there is also the King’s door. Its beauty is also noticed.
8 Swaraj Bhawan
Swaraj Bhawan is a historic building and a museum located in Allahabad. Its original name was Anand Bhawan. This historic building was built by Motilal Nehru. In 1930, he dedicated it to the nation. After this, the headquarters of the Congress Committee was formed here. India’s first woman Prime Minister, Smt. Indira Gandhi was born here. Today it has been turned into a museum.
Sarnath Kashi or 10 km north-east of Varanasi is the main Buddhist pilgrimage site. After enlightenment, Lord Buddha gave his first precept, which was given the name of the introduction of religion chakra and which was the beginning of the propagation of Buddhism. This place is one of the four major shrines of Buddhism.