Please submit only sites relating to Allahabad district.This district is named after the city of Allahabad. The city of Allahabad is among the largest cities of Uttar Pradesh and situated at the confluence of three rivers - Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati. The meeting point is known as Triveni and is sacred to Hindus. The city was known in ancient times as Prayag.
Please submit only sites relating to Auraiya district.The district of Auraiya lies in the southwestern portion of Uttar Pradesh 26� 21" and 27� 01" north latitude and 78� 45" and 79� 45" east longitude and forms a part of the Kanpur division. It is bounded on the north by the districts of Kannauj, western border adjoins tehsil Bharthana of the Etawah district and the district of Gwalior. The eastern border adjoins the district of Kanpur Dehat, and along the south lie Jalaun district.
Please submit only sites relating to Azamgarh district.The district of Azamgarh comprises a somewhat irregularly shaped tract of country lying south of the Ghaghra river, between the parallels of 25 degree 38 seconds and 26 degree 27 minute North latitude and the meridians of 82 degree 40 minute and 83 degree 52 minute East longitude.
Please submit only sites relating to Baghpat district.This district is named after the city of Baghpat. The city is Located on the banks of river Yamuna at 28O57’ North Latitude and 77O13’ East Longitude.It is 52 KM from Meerut City and is on the main Delhi – Sharanpur Highway around 40 Kms from Delhi.
Submit only sites relating to Bahraich district.District Bahraich is situated in the north eastern part of Devipatan Division.
Please submit only sites relating to Ballia district.The district is the easternmost part of the state and borders on Bihar State. It comprises an irregularly shaped tract extending westward from the confluence of the Ganga and the Ghaghra, the former separating it from Bihar in the south and the latter from Deoria and Bihar in the north and east respectively. The boundary between Ballia and Bihar is determined by the deep streams of these two rivers. It is bounded on the west by Azamgarh, on the north by Deoria, on the north-east and south-east by Bihar, and on the south-west by Ghazipur. The district lies between the parallels of 25�33' and 26�11' North latitudes and 83�38' and 84�39' East longitudes.
Please submit only sites relating to Bareilly district.Situated between the latitudes of 28 degree 10 minutes & 28 degree 54 minutes and longitudes of 78 degree 58 minutes & 79 degree 47 minutes, Bareilly, one time kingdom of the Rohila Emperors, has always made its presence felt since ancient time.
Please submit only sites relating to Basti district.The tract comprising the present district was remote and much of it was covered with forest. But gradually the area became inhabitant, or want of recorded and aunthetic history it cannot, with any degree of certainty, be said how the district came to known by its present name on account of the original habitation (Basti) having being selected by the Kalhan Raja as a seat of his Raj, an event which probably occurred in the sixteenth century. With the passage of time, the place prospered and in 1801 it became the Tehsil headquarter and was chosen as the district headquarter of the newly established district in 1865.
Please submit only sites relating to Buduan district.Named after the city of Budaun. Budaun is an ancient city in India. This is the holy land of Sufis and Saints. In the eleventh century it was named "Boda Mayoota” in an ancient write up which is now in Lucknow Museum. It is situated near holy river GANGA at Latitude 28 Degree 02 Minute 30 Second East, and Longitude 79 Degree 01 Minute 20 Second North.
Please submit only sites relating to Bulandshar district.The history of Bulandshahr begins even before 1200 B.C. This region is nearer to the capital of Pandavas - Indraprasth and Hastinapur. After of decline of Hastinapur, Ahar, which is situated in the north east of ditrict Bulandshahr, became an important place for Pnadavas. With passes of time the king Parma made a fort on this part of region and a king named Ahibaran laid the foundation of a tower called Baran(Bulandshahr). Since it was perched on a highland it came to be known as high city, which was translated into passion language as Bulandshahr. At present this is called by this name.
Please submit only sites relating to Chandauli district.The district of Chandauli is located in 24� 56' to 25� 35' north and 81� 14' to 84� 24' east at a distance of about 30 kms east-south-east of Varanasi. Chandauli is bounded on east by Bihar state, on the north-north-east by Ghazipur District, south by Sonebhadra district, south-east by Bihar and south-west by Mirzapur. Karmanasa River is the dividing line from Bihar State.
Please submit only sites relating to Chitrakoot district.District Chitrakoot lies between Lat. 240 48' to 250 12' N and Lang. 800 58' to 810 34' E. The district is bounded in the North by Kaushambi, in the South by Satna(M.P.) and Rewa (M.P.) , in the East by Allahabad (PrayagRaj), in the West by Banda.
Please submit only sites relating to Deoria district.This district is located between 26 degree and 28 degree north lattitude and 83 degree and 85 degree east longitude. District Deoria is surrounded by district Kushinagar in the north, district Gopalganj and Siwan (Bihar state) in the east, district Mau and district Ballia in south and district Gorakhpur in the west.
Please submit only sites relating to Etah district.Etah is a district of Agra Division and is bounded in the north by the Badaun district, in the west by district of Aligarh, Hathras, Mathura, and Agra, in the south by Mainpuri and Firozabad, and in the east by Farrukhabad. The district lies between 27o 18' and 28o 2' North latitude and 78o 11' and 79o 17' East longitude.
Please submit only sites relating to Etawah district.This category lists web sites relating to Etawah district.
Please submit only sites relating to Faizabad district.This district is named after the city of Faizabad.. The city of Faizabad originally known as Fyzabad, is situated in on the bank of River Saryu, about 130 k.m. east of Lucknow. The city was founded by Ali Vardi Khan, nawab of Bengal (1676-1756) in 1730. The foundation of Faizabad was laid by Saadat Khan, the second Nawab of Awadh. His successor Shuja-ud-daula made it the capital of Awadh. Faizabad as a township, developed about 220 years ago. Safdar Jang, the second nawab of Avadh (1739-54), made it as his military headquarters. His successor Suja-ud-daula built a fort here.
Please submit only sites relating to Farrukabad district.Farrukhabad is situated between Lat. 26� 46' N & 27� 43' N and Long. 79� 7' E & 80� 2' E. It forms a part of Kanpur division. It is bounded by Badaun and Shahjahanpur on the north, Hardoi on the east, Kannauj on the south, and Etah and Mainpuri on the west.
Please submit only sites relating to Fatehpur district.This district is situated between two important cities Allahabad, which is also known as "Prayag", and Kanpur. This is well connected with those cities by train route and by road also . The distance from Allahabad is 117 Km and from Kanpur is 76 Km by railway . The north boundary of the district is limited by river Ganga and southern boundary by river Yamuna .
Please submit only sites relating to Firozabad district.This district is named after the city of Firozabad. The ancient name of this town was Chandwar nager. The name of Firozabad was given during the regime of Akbar by Firoz Shah Mansab Dar in 1566.
Please submit only sites relating to Budh Nagar district.The District Gautam Buddh Nagar district was formed on 6/9/97. The district includes Dadri, Noida and greater Noida from Gaziabad, tehsil Sikandrabad, and part of Khurja from Bulandshahar.
Please submit only sites relating to Ghaziabad district.Before 14th November 1976 Ghaziabad was the tehsil of district Meerut. It was formed into a district on 14th November 1976. Ghaziabad, the headquarters of the district of the same name, lies on the Grand Trunk road about a mile east of the Hindon river in Lat. 280 40' North and Long. 770 25' East, 19 Kms. east of Delhi and 46 Kms. south-west of Meerut. As its boundary is adjacent to Delhi, it acts as the main entrance of Uttar Pradesh and that is why it is also called the Gateway of Uttar Pradesh.
Please submit only sites relating to Ghazipur district.Ghazipur district forms the eastern part of the Varanasi division . It lies to the east and north of the Jaunpur and Varansai district respectively between the parallels of 25� 19' and 25� 54' north latitude and 83� 4' and 83� 58' east longitude. This location is 67.50 Mt. above the sea level. The River Ganges from one side and Karmnasa from other side divided it from Bihar State. It is bounded on Ballia and Bihar State in east, Jaunpur, Varansi and Azamgarh in west , Mau and Ballia in north and the Chandauli in south .
Please submit only sites relating to Gonda district.This district lies between 26� 47'and 27�- 20' north latitude and 81� 30'and 82� 46'east longitude.
Please submit only sites relating to Hamirpur district.The district lies between Lattitude 2507'N & 260 7' N. and Longitude 79017'E & 80021'E including Mahoba district. Hamirpur is bounded by districts Jalaun (Orai), Kanpur and Fatehpur in north, Banda in east, Mahoba in south and Districts of Jhansi and Jalaun on the West.
Please submit only sites relating to Hardoi district.Hardoi district is situated between 26-53 to 27-46 North Latitude and 79-41 to 80-46 East Longitude. Its northern border touches Shahjahanpur and Lakhimpur Kheri districts, Lucknow and Unnao are in the south, Kanpur and Farrukhabad in the west, and Sitapur in the east. Nemisharayan the pilgrim centre is 45 kms from the district headquarters.
Please submit only sites relating to Jalaun district.This category lists web sites relating to Jalaun district.
Please submit only sites relating to Jaunpur district.This category lists web sites relating to Jaunpur district.
Please submit only sites relating to Jhansi district.Named after the city of Jhansi. Jhansi city, situated between the rivers Pahunj and Betwa is a symbol of bravery, courage and self-respect. It is said that in ancient times Jhansi was a part of the regions Chedi Rashtra, Jejak Bhukit, Jajhoti and Bundelkhand. Jhansi was a stronghold of the Chandela kings. Balwant Nagar was the name of this place. But in 11th. century Jhansi lost its importance. In 17th. century under Raja Bir Singh Deo of Orchha Jhansi again rose to prominence. Raja Bir Singh Deo had good relations with the mughal emperor Jehangir. In 1613 Raja Bir Singh Deo constructed the Jhansi fort. He died in 1627. After his death his son Juhar Singh succeeded him.
Please submit only sites relating to Jyotiba Phule Nagar district.The district extends from Latitude 28� 54’ North to 39� 6’ North and Longitude 78� 28’ East to 78� 39’ East. In the north of the district lies district Bijnore, tehsil Sambhal of Moradabad is in the south, tehsil Sadar of Moradabad is in the east and in the west are situated districts Meerut, Ghaziabad and Buland Shahar. Ganga river separates it from district Ghaziabad, Meerut and Buland Shahar.
Please submit only sites relating to Kannauj district.Kannauj district is situated between 27 degree 13 min 30 sec North latitude and from 79 deg 19 min to 80 degree 1 min east longitudes. The district is situated in Kanpur Division and its North borders touches Farrukhabad District, at its east Hardoi district is situated, Kanpur dehat is at its south east border, while western and southern borders touches District Mainpuri and Etawah respectively.
Please submit only sites relating to Kaushambi district.District Kaushambi is situated in the west of Allahabad district. North of the district Pratapgarh, south of Chitrakoot, east of Allahabad, and west of Fatehpur districts.
Please submit only sites relating to Kushinagar district.Kushinagar, situated at 53 kms east from Gorakhpur on the National Highway -28, lies between lattitude 26� 45� N and 83� 24� E. It is bounded by districts - Mahrajganj in the west, Gorakhpur in the southern- west, Deoria in the south, and Bihar state in the east.
Please submit only sites relating to Lakhimpur Kheri district.This district is situated between Latitude : 27-6 to 28.6 (North) and Longitude : 80.34 to 81.30 (East). Boundaries North – Nepal West – Shahjahanpur and Pilibhit districts. East – Behraich district. South – Hardoi district
Please submit only sites relating to Lalitpur district.Carved out, as a district in 1974 Lalitpur is the heartland of the Bundelkhand region. This district lies between latitude 24 degree 11 minutes and 25 degree 13 minutes North and longitude 78 degree 11 minutes and 79 degree 0 minutes east and is bounded by district Jhansi in the north, district Sagar in the south, Tikamgarh and Chhatarpur districts in the east and Shivpuri and Guna districts in the west.
Please submit only sites relating to Lucknow district.Named after the city of Lucknow. Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh is situated 123 Mts. above sea level. It is situated on 26.30 & 27.10 North latitude and 80.30 and 81.13 East longitude. Lucknow covers an area of 2544 sq.km. It is surrounded on the eastern side by District Barabanki, on the western side by district Unnao, on the southern side by Raebareli and on the northern side by Sitapur and Hardoi districts. River Gomti flows through the city.
Please submit only sites relating to Maharajganj district.The District Maharajganj came into existence on 2nd October, 1989. This newly created district is situated at the border with Nepal. Its boundaries touch Nepal in north, Gorakhpur district in south, Padrauna district in east and Siddharth Nagar and Sant Kabir Nagar districts in west.
Please submit only sites relating to Mahoba district.This district is named after the city of Mahoba. Mahoba (25"18'N. 79"53'E.) is one of the few cities in Uttar Pradesh that has played a leading role in the annals of Rajputs. It is associated in its rise and fall of the Chandella Rajputs who ruled over 'Jejjak-bhukti' (Modern Bundelkhand) from 9th to 14th Century A.D. Mahoba is situated at the foot of a low granite hill called Gorakh-giri or 'Gokhar', an offshoot of the Vindhyas.
Please submit only sites relating to Mainpuri district.Mainpuri is a district of Agra division bounded in north by Etah District, in the east by districts Farrukhabad and Kannauj, in the south by district Etawah and in west by the districts Firozabad and Etah. It lies between North Latitude 260 53' to 270 31' and East Longitude 780 27' to 790 26'.
Please submit only sites relating to Mathura district.This district is named after the city of Mathura.
Please submit only sites relating to Mau district.MAU district is situated on fertile planes of Ganga - Ghaghara doab. It lies between 83� 17' to 84� 52'East and 24� 47'to 26�17'North.
Please submit only sites relating to Mirzapur district.The district of Mirzapur lies between 23.52 and 25.32 North latitude and 82.7 and 83.33 East longitude. In the north and north-east it is bounded by the Varanasi district, in the south by district Sonbhadra, and in the south west by the district of Allahabad.
Please submit only sites relating to Pratapgarh district.Pratapgarh, a district of Amla, also known as Bela Partabgarh lies in latitude 25o55' N and longitude 82o0'E on the Allhabad - Faizabad main road at a distance of 39 km from Sultanpur and 61 Km from Allahabad. It is one of the older districts of Uttar Pradesh, which came into existence in the year 1858.
Please submit only sites relating to Raebareli district.The district of Raebareli, which was created by the British in 1858, is named after its headquarters town. Tradition has it that the town was founded by the Bhars and was known as Bharauli or Barauli which in course of time got corrupted into Bareli. The prefix, Rae, is said to be a corruption of Rahi, a village 5km. west of the town. It is also said that the prefix, Rae, represents Rae, the common title of the Kayasthas who were masters of the town for a considerable period of time.
Please submit only sites relating to Rampur district.The Rampur district is located between Longitude 78-0-54 and 69-0-28 East and Latitude 28-25 & 29-10 North. It is surrounded by district Udham Singh Nagar in north, Bareilly in east, Moradabad in west and Badaun in south.
Please submit only sites relating to Sant Kabir Nagar district.District Sant Kabir Nagar is a newly created district in the eastern belt of U.P. The district came to be known by its present name on account of Sant Kabir, the well known Sant (poet) and philosopher, who lived at Maghar in the district. The district lies among Gorakhpur in the east, Basti in the west, Siddharth Nagar in the north and Ambedkar Nagar in the south.
Please submit only sites relating to Shahjahanpur district.This category lists web sites relating to Shahjahanpur district.
Please submit only sites relating to Siddharthnagar district.District Siddharthnagar was formed on 29th December of 1988 by seprating the North portion of District Basti. It lies between Lat. 27� and 27� 28' North and Long. 82� 45' and 83� 10' East.
Please submit only sites relating to Sutanpur district.The city of Sultanpur (which gives its name to the district) lies in latitude 26 degree 15 minutes north and longitude 82 degree 05 minutes east on the right bank of Gomti about 61 km south of Faizabad, 42 km north of Pratapgarh and 138 km south-east of Lucknow.
Please submit only sites relating to Unnao district.The district is named after its Headquarter town, Unnao. About 1200 years ago, the site of this town was covered with extensive forests. Godo Singh, a Chauhan Rajput, cleared the forests probably in the 3rd quarter of the 12th Century and founded a town, called Sawai Godo, which shortly afterwards passed into the hands of the rulers of the Kannauj, who appointed Khande Singh as the Governor of the place. Unwant Singh, a Bisen Rajput and a lieutenant of the Governor, killed him and built a fort here, renaming the place as Unnao after himself.