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Uttar Pradesh is India's most populous state with a population 199,581,477 (2011 census). It is divided into 75 districts with Lucknow as its capital.

Uttar Pradesh is bounded by Nepal on the North, Himachal Pradesh on the northwest, Madhya Pradesh on the south, Haryana on the west, Rajasthan on the southwest, and bihar on the east.

Wheat, rice, sugar cane, apples, mango, pulses, oil seeds and potatoes are the main crops of Uttar Pradesh.

The service sector comprises of travel and tourism, hotel industry, real estate, insurance and financial consultancies.

Uttar Pradesh attracts a large number of tourists. The famous Taj Mahal of Agra is located in this state. It also hosts the world famous 'Kumbh Mela'.

It has many state of the art hotels to cater to the lodging needs of visitors, both national and international.

Other important cities in Uttar Pradesh are Allahabad, Varanasi, Ayodhya and Mathura.

Uttar Pradesh State Information

CapitalLucknow
Date of formation26. Jan. 1950
GovernorShri Ram Naik
Chief MinisterAkhilesh Yadav
Tourist attractionsTaj Mahal, Sangam, Varanasi
FestivalsKarva Chauth, Annakoot, Shitala Ashtami, Eid
Major dance and music formsKathak, Lucknow and Benares Gharanas of music
Arts and craftsChikankari or shadow-work embroidery; Baranasi brocades which inclu the zari, amru and abrawan; Sanjhi or the art of cutting paper stencils.
LanguagesHindi, Urdu
Size240,928 sq. km
Population (Census 2011)199,812,341
RiversGanga, Yamuna, Gomti, Ghaghra, Ramganga, Betwa
Forests and wildlife sanctuariesDudhwa NP
State animalSwamp Deer
State birdSarus crane
State flowerBrahm kamal
State treeAshok
Major cropsWheat, rice, pulses, Sugar Cane
FactoidsThe ancient Dhamek Stupa marks the spot where Buddha gave his first sermon in Sarnath.
Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal for his dead wife Mumtaz Mahal; the tomb took 22 years to build
No. of District 75


Divisions of Uttar Pradesh

Allahabad DivisionFaizabad DivisionMirzapur Division
Agra DivisionBasti DivisionKanpur Division
Bareilly DivisionJhansi DivisionSaharanpur Division
Aligarh DivisionDevipatan DivisionMeerut Division
Chitrakoot DivisionLucknow DivisionVaranasi Division
Azamgarh DivisionGorakhpur DivisionMoradabad Division.


Districts of Uttar Pradesh

Given below are the names of the 75 districts of the state:

AgraBastiMaharajganjGhaziabad
FirozabadSant Kabir NagarJalaunHapur
MainpuriSiddharthnagarJhansiMeerut
MathuraBandaLalitpurMirzapur
AligarhChitrakootAuraiyaSant Ravidas Nagar
EtahHamirpurEtawahSonbhadra
HathrasMahobaFarrukhabadAmroha
KasganjBahraichKannaujBijnor
AllahabadBalarampurKanpur DehatMoradabad
FatehpurGondaKanpur NagarRampur
KaushambiShravastiHardoiSambhal
PratapgarhAmbedkar NagarLakhimpur KheriMuzaffarnagar
AzamgarhAmethiLucknowShamli
BalliaBarabankiRaebareliSaharanpur
MauFaizabadSitapurChandauli
BadaunSultanpurUnnaoGhazipur
BareillyDeoriaBagpatJaunpur
PilibhitGorakhpurBulandshahrVaranasi
ShahjahanpurKushinagarGautam Buddha Nagar


Last Updated on : November 20, 2014