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Visit to Allahabad....

PremChaudhri Allahabad Tourist Places
On Jan 15, 2013
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Allahabad is a very nice and holy place to visit. The best fact of the city I found is the Triveni Sangam where three rivers, Ganga , Yamuna and Saraswati joins and at the place where this religious rivers join, the water appears to be green and when we see toward the Ganga the water appears to be blue. I believe there is no other place in the world where we can see 3 rivers meeting.  We can take boat ride to Triveni and take holy dip. A city to be visited during the Kumbh Mela, when many people from all over the world jostles with each other to take holy dip in the Sangam.. A Fort built by Akbar stands on the Northern bank of the Yamuna about a kilometer from Sangam, close to the fort is located the Bade Hanumanji. The best shopping centre of Allahabad is the Civil Lines. It is an area of broad avenues with adequate parking spaces and Raj-era bungalows. The best food I have eaten is Choka-bati, a dish of roasted wheat dumpling along with spicy mashed Potato salad. If anyone wants to be relaxed for some time from the busy life schedule, you can definitely visit this religious city!!!

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Allahabad Tourist Places
Jan 15, 2013
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Allahabad is a very nice and holy place to visit. The best fact of the city I found is the Triveni Sangam where three rivers, Ganga , Yamuna and Saraswati joins and at the place where this religious rivers join, the water appears to be green and when we see toward the Ganga the water appears to be blue. I believe there is no other place in the world where we can see 3 rivers meeting.  We can take boat ride to Triveni and take holy dip. A city to be visited during the Kumbh Mela, when many people from all over the world jostles with each other to take holy dip in the Sangam.. A Fort built by Akbar stands on the Northern bank of the Yamuna about a kilometer from Sangam, close to the fort is located the Bade Hanumanji. The best shopping centre of Allahabad is the Civil Lines. It is an area of broad avenues with adequate parking spaces and Raj-era bungalows. The best food I have eaten is Choka-bati, a dish of roasted wheat dumpling along with spicy mashed Potato salad. If anyone wants to be relaxed for some time from the busy life schedule, you can definitely visit this religious city!!!