The history of Uttar Pradesh, an Indian State, can be divided into five periods:
- The prehistoric & Early Vedic Period (up to c. 600 BC),
- The Buddhist-Hindu period (c. 600 BC to c. 1200 AD),
- The Muslim period (c. 1200 to c. 1857),
- The British period (c. 1857 to 1947), and
- The post-independence period (1947 to the present).
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... Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith is a public university located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India ... under the state legislature of the government of Uttar Pradesh ... It is one of the largest universities in Uttar Pradesh, with hundreds of thousands of students, both rural and urban ...
... Cuisine of Uttar Pradesh is from the state of Uttar Pradesh located in Northern India, Awadhi and Mughlai are the two chief genre of Uttar Pradeshi cuisine, and the ... Uttar Pradesh has been greatly influenced by Mughal cooking techniques ... The Awadhi cuisine of Uttar Pradesh bears similarities to those of Kashmir and Punjab, and the state is famous for its Nawabi foods(of Lucknow and environs) and use of mutton, paneer, and rich spices including ...
... independence, the state was renamed Uttar Pradesh ("northern province") by its first chief minister, Govind Ballabh Pant ... Following a political crisis in Uttar Pradesh, initiated by Kamlapati Tripathi and C.B.Gupta, Sampurnanand was asked to resign as CM in 1960 and sent to Rajasthan as the Governor of Rajasthan, paving the way ...
... Mehta (first name and details unknown) was an Indian cricketer who played for Uttar Pradesh ... From the lower-middle order, he did not bat in the match, as Uttar Pradesh won by an innings margin ...
... Uttar means north in Hindi and many other Indian languages ... It can be found in Uttar Pradesh, Hindi for "North Province" ... "Pradesh" means "region" or "state" ...
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