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Allahabad High Court

Allahabad High Court

Allahabad High Court, Allahabad High Court travel, Allahabad High Court tourism, Allahabad High Court Historical PlaceWe provide complete information tourism to Allahabad city, whether you are looking for a Tourist Destination in Uttar Pradesh, Culture of Allahabad. Tourism of Allahabad in vacations has grown by leaps and bounds with a great arrival of tourists from throughout the world who have been charmingly attractive to the travelers. Allahabad is the beautiful historical place of Uttar Pradesh. It is the major city of Uttar Pradesh. Allahabad is situated around a beautiful River Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. It is the most charming tourist destinations of India. Allahabad is also known as Prayag. The most holy spot in Allahabad is Triveni Sangam. Prayag is the confluence of three of the holiest rivers of the Hindu mythology, the holy Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati. Allahabad is the largest cities in Uttar Pradesh. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma also referred to it as `Tirth Raj' or the `king of all pilgrimage centers'.

Allahabad's Civil Lines is the main bus terminus. Civil Lines divided from the dense, older part of town, known as Chowk, by Allahabad Junction railway station. There's a Tourist Bungalow and office on M.G. Rd. The main branch of the State Bank of India is situated Police Lines. It is the place to Change money. The Nehru family home, Anand Bhavan is situated in Allahabad.

Allahabad High Court is situated in Allahabad Uttar Pradesh. The foundation of the Allahabad High Court building was laid in 1911 by Chief justice, Sir John Staley. It was lastly done in 1916 and opened by Viceroy Lord Chelmsford. This structure is finely adapted to the climate as is evident from the double roofing, made with Allahabad Tiles on top, to beat the summer heat. When the state of Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) was carved out of Uttar Pradesh in 2000, Allahabad high court ceased to have jurisdiction over the districts declining in Uttaranchal.

 

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