Doing It The “Bhaiya Ji” Way – A Stroll Through The Simple Allahabad

How to Reach?

  • Rail: Excellent connectivity with every single major city of India.
  • Air: There are two flights at least that fly regularly between Delhi and Allahabad. So searching for direct Delhi to Allahabad flights won’t be a hassle. The primary air terminal is Bamrauli Airport.
  • By Road: Good highways and roads facilitate for an amazing connectivity by road.


Now, look at these dazzling spots that you can visit around in Allahabad.

Triveni Sangam – The Triveni Sangam in Allahabad is the meeting point of three waterways namely- the Ganges, Yamuna, and the imperceptible or mythic Saraswati River. This conjunction is a sanctified spot for Hindus and it is said that a dip into this point washes away one’s sins and helps them attain salvation. It has key religious essentialness and is in like manner the site for the prominent Kumbh Mela.

Allahabad Fort – The Allahabad Fort is located pretty much near the triveni sangam and is the greatest fortification ever raised by Akbar. The essential points of interest and structures inside are the Zanana, that is, the royal living quarters for the women, the Saraswati Koop which is considered as the wellspring of the Saraswati River and a third century BC Ashokan Pillar. Allahabad Fort additionally houses the Akshayavat or the Immortal tree.

Ashoka Pillar – Ashoka Pillar, arranged outside the Allahabad fortress was raised in the sixteenth century and has the engravings from Ashoka and later, that of Samudragupta and Jahangir were also credited to this segment. Erected by Akbar, this pillar is one the most prime attractions of the city. At present, the fortress is controlled by the Indian Army and in this way a formal approval is required to get an access here.

Anand Bhavan – Anand Bhavan was built in 1930’s by Motilal Nehru as a residence of the Nehru Family. The building, also known as the Swaraj Bhavan, was later given to the Indian National Congress by Indira Gandhi in 1970 and is today a landmark place in Allahabad that outlines the life and times of the Nehrus. It moreover houses the Jawahar Planetarium which was added in 1979.

When you have appreciated the loftiness of Allahabad, it is proposed to go to Varanasi for a traditional and religious sojourn, for which Varanasi is famous throughout the world. Do not forget to attend the evening Aarti which is one of the most splendid spectacles in India. You can look for the Allahabad to Varanasi cabs to reach Varanasi from Allahabad in only less than 3 hours. Have an extraordinary excursion!