Sultanpur Tourism

Sultanpur is a city and a Municipal Board in Sultanpur District in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Located on the right banks of the Gomti river (a major tributary of the Himalayan Ganga River), Sultanpur is the administrative headquarters of Sultanpur District and is a part of Faizabad Division. According to the 2011 Indian census, Sultanpur has a population of 116,211 people. Total area occupied by Sultanpur is 4436 km2. The common language of the people of Sultanpur is Awadhi, dialect of Hindi. Sultanpur is distinguished for its unique culture. Originally known as Kushbhawanpura, it was renamed as Sultanpur (सुलतानपुर), literally "City of beautiful vines (सुन्दर लताओं का नगर)", the name is however often confused for "सुल्तानपुर - City of Sultan . The city came under the Muslim rule in the 12th century. Although the area has been part of successive North Indian kingdoms through centuries, the recorded history of the city began in the colonial times. Long a center of Hindu and Buddhist culture it fell under Muslim occupation in the 12th century. The town was completely destroyed during the military operations of the Revolt of 1857. Places of interest in Sultanpur are Victoria Manzil, Christ Church and Chimanlal Park. The city has a large number of temples and palaces. Major points of attractions include the Victoria Manzil and Christ Church.


This warm abode of Sultanpur is a delightful place to visit in India. Sultanpur is located at a short trip away from Allahabad a major city in India. Take a short trip from Sultanpur and set some time aside to explore the Allahabad. Dotted with places like Sarnath, Dashashwasmedh Ghat, Kashi Vishwanath Temple; it will definitely be a good idea. To reach Sultanpur, hop on a flight to airport which is the nearest major Allahabad Airport. A vacation to Sultanpur can typically be of 1-2 days. Immerse in the spirit of the city and you'll not miss your home.

Yes,it is that simple really! Enjoy your trip! Keep travelling!