Celebrate the craftsmanship of India / Mirzapur is one of those districts of Uttar Pradesh. It is famous for its historical beauty and its natural beauty apart from the Palaeolithic age. Through this article, know how the ancient city can make you happy in terms of tourism. While in the district, you can see Tanda Falls, Sirsi Dam and Meja Dam. Some popular ghats include Pakka Ghat and Nar Ghat. Mirzapur is also known for its carpet and brass utensils. Many fairs and festivals are organized in this place including Ojhala Fair, Vindhwasini Jayanti Samaroh, Jhulnotsav, Lohandi Fair and Kantit Mela. While the fort of Chunar and the Kaal Bhairav temple are dedicated to Lord Shiva. The city of Mirzapur is famous for housing the Vindhyanchal temple. It is famous for the sacredtemplesof Vindhyanchal, Ashtabhuja and Kali Khoh, and the Devarahwa Baba Ashram. For Mirzapur tourists, Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower) is a destination especially for the surrounding people mainly due to ghatos and temples. A few miles from the city is a famous pilgrimage for Hindus known as Vindhyanchal.
The ojhala bridge was built by Vikram Samvat Mahant Parshuram Giri. The Ashtambhuja Temple is dedicated to Ashtabhuj Devi, a form of Goddess Parvati. You can come here during a pilgrimage to North India. Vyandham Falls Tourist places where tourists come on weekends to have fun and have a picnic, theriverflowing through rocky paths gives the form of small waterfall. You can enjoy natural views along with bathing in the flowing river. Durga, who is fortunate to have a visit to this Vindhyavasini temple, finds a huge gathering of devotees, especially during Navratri. It is one of the famous Shakti Peethas of Sati. The city was founded by King Nagar. Who named it Girijapur after the goddess Parvati.
According to folklore, Goddess Parvati (Girija) sacrificed herself in a yagna at this place. It is surrounded by low hills like Rajdari, Deodari, Lakhnadari, Windom Fall Range, Sirsi etc. Which is an extension of the Vindhya range. Celebrations include Jeevanaputrika, Dussehra, Deep Mahotsav, Lalahi Chatta Shardiya and Vasantik Navratri and fairs like the Ojhala fair, Lohandi fair, Vindhya festival, Hora Gaderi fair, Litti Batti fair.
The Navratri fair is dedicated to Goddess Vindhyavasini Devi. It offers places like Chunar Fort, Vindhyachal Temple, Lakhania Dari, Kali Khoh (Goddess Kali s Cave) Shaktigarh Fort, etc. The Vindhyavasini Devi Temple is a major attraction here and is filled by thousands of devotees during the Navratris of the month of Chaitra and Ashwin to invoke the blessings of the Goddess. Other holy places in the city are: Ashtabhuja Temple, Kali Khoh, Sita Kund, Bude Nath Temple, Garua Talab, Narada Ghat, Motia Talab, Lal Bhairav and Kaal Bhairav Temple, Ekadanta Ganesh, Sakshi Gopal Temple, Sapt Sarovar, Goraksha-Kund, Tarakeshwar Nath Temple, Matsyendra Kund, Kanakali Devi Temple, Shivashiv Samoh Avadhut Ashram and Bhairav Kund. October to February is the best time to visit Mirzapur.