About States in India :

Uttar Pradesh :
From the peaks of the Himalayas o the plains of the Ganga, the great state of Uttar Pradesh contains some of the most sacred sites of Buddhist and Hindu culture.
Uttar Pradesh, meaning "northern state", is made up of the three regions. In the north are the Himalayas and their foothills, the Shivaliks, the site of popular hill stations and the forests of Corbett National Park. The largest part of the state covers the rich, alluvial plain of the River Ganga and her tributaries. To the south are the low Vindhya hills and the plateau of peninsular India. 
Although UP is famous worldwide for the Taj Mahal at Agra, it also attracts devout Hindus to the many pilgrimage places along the River Ganga, which flows through the holy cities of Haridwar, Allahabad and Varanasi. Buddhists are drawn to the deer park at Sarnath where the Buddha preached his first sermon. 


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