Allahabad Culture


Allahabad is famous for its rich culture and majestic beauty and is also birthplace of our holy scriptures - The Vedas. Situated on an inland peninsula of Uttar Pradesh and surrounded by holy water of river Ganga and Yamuna, this incredible place has seen many eminent kingdom and crown. Rich in ritual and wondrous in worship, this divine place attracts thousands of devotees who takes bath in Kumbh festival. This place remains home for many notable and famous people of the world mainly in entertainment, politics, literature, poets, artist, writer, bureaucrats, scientist, scholars, and industrialist to name a few. Undoubtedly, we have seen prominent literary figures and artist in past due to its rich culture and education and that's why Allahabad is called as the "literary capital of Uttar Pradesh". Being heart of Uttar Pradesh, Allahabad is a focal point in every sphere. Due to its incredible culture and tradition, Allahabad has been nominated as zonal centre of North Central Culture Zone by Ministry of Culture running under Government of India.
Due to many predecessor, glorious history and also being one of the oldest cities in the world, this place is rich with marvelous building and majestic monuments like tomb of Khusro, Alopi Devi Mandir, Allahabad Fort, Anand Bhavan, Museum, Triveni Sangam and many more. Some of them right now declared as heritage and are tourist place. These splendor monuments attracts thousands of tourists every year.
Just like the imperial lifestyle of Allahabad, here taste is also full of varieties like finger-licking snacks, aloo-puri, tasty jalebi, luscious Kababs to name a few - be it from hotels or street.