The Pachnada is an area, near sindous in EtawahCity, Uttar Pradesh state, where the tourists can witness the confluence of five rivers, Kunwari, Pahuj, Jamuna, Chambal and Sind. This area is a rich habitat for dolphins. Pahuj River is a river flowing in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh in central India. It is tributary of … Continue reading Pachnada
Pakka Talab is a very old and ancient peice of history of EtawahCity. Just adjacent to the pond it has temples in the vicinity which are both very sacred places for all the people of the town. Now the Pakka talab has been recently cleaned and beautified and also had a new fountain installed. If … Continue reading Pakka Talab
Tixi Temple is one of the oldest temple of Lord Shiva present in EtawahCity, the top of which is said to be at the same height as that of the platform of Etawah Railway Station. That is situated at such a steep slope.
The temple is situated on the banks of the Yamuna river at a distance of 5 km from EtawahCity. The Kali Vahan Temple is filled with large number of devotees on the occasion of Navratri. Kali vahan temple Mahant Radheshyam Dwivedi says that the temple has a different significance of the name "Kali vahan". The … Continue reading Kali Vahan Mandir
Uttar Pradesh now has Asia's first cycle highway. A first-of-its-kind project, the 207-km-long cycle highway runs between EtawahCity and Agra and was declared open on Saturday, 27 November 2016. The track begins from the lion safari in EtawahCity. On its way to Agra are tourist destinations like Naugava ka Quila, Raja Bhoj ki Haveli, and … Continue reading Agra-Etawah Cycle Highway
Sarsai Nawar is a Small wetland, en route to Saman Wildlife Sanctuary, in Etawah District of Uttar Pradesh. It comprises two small lakes that attract Sarus Cranes, White Ibis and other water birds in large numbers. It has a large population of the threatened species of Sarus Cranes, the world's tallest flying birds. Ten Sarus … Continue reading Sarsai Nawar
National Chambal Sanctuary, also called the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary, is a 5,400 km2(2,100 sq mi) tri-state protected area in northern India for the protection of the Critically Endangered gharial, the red-crowned roof turtle and the EndangeredGanges river dolphin. Located on the Chambal River near the tripoint of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, it was first … Continue reading National Chambal Sanctuary