Allahabad District,Uttar Pradesh

Allahabad District is one of the major & largest districts of Uttar Pradesh state of India, and Allahabad city is the district headquarters. Allahabad district is a part of Allahabad Division. Allahabad District is divided into blocks within tehsils. As of 2011, there are 20 blocks in eight tehsils. The Allahabad division includes the districts of Fatehpur, Kaushambi and Allahabad, with the western Allahabad District becoming part of the new Kaushambi district. The administrative divisions are Phulpur, Koraon, Meja, Sadar, Soraon, Handia, Bara and Karchana.

The three rivers of India – Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical river of Sarasvati – meet at a point in the Allahabad District, known as Sangam, considered holy by Hindus. Allahabad was once the capital of United Province before independence. Allahabad is one of the greatest educational hub having many major educational institutes such as the Indian Institute Of Information Technology, Moti Lal Nehru National Institute Of Technology, University Of Allahabad, Ewing Christian College and Gautam Buddh Technical University affiliated number of Engineering Colleges, MotiLal Nehru Medical College, JK Institute – these provides higher education. Shiv Ganga Vidya Mandir[5] is best CBSE board Affiliated Higher Secondary English Medium CO-ED School of Allahabad having global repute. This school is located on the bank of River Ganga in the lap of nature. Every year thousand of scholars from across globe visit this school. This great school of global repute has been founded by eminent international scholar Prof Sheo Sagar Ojha[6] of University of Allahabad in year 2003.

People in the district speak Awadhi, a language in the Hindi continuum spoken by over 38 million people, mainly in the Awadh region;and Bagheli, which has a lexical similarity of 72-91% with Hindi(compared to 60% for German and English)and is spoken by about 7,800,000 people in Bagelkhand.
Allahabad is a holy city of Hindu and Buddhist religion, also known as Prayag. It is a place where the three rivers – Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical river of Sarasvati – meet at a point known as Sangam. Sangam is one of the most significant points of Allahabad.