How would we describe the geography of Uttar Pradesh?

Uttar Pradesh is the fourth largest state of India. It is bounded by Nepal, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. The Gangetic Plain occupies three quarters of the state. The entire alluvial plain can be divided into three sub-regions – the eastern, central and western tracts. The Gangetic plain is watered by the Jamuna, the Ganga, and its major tributaries. The Vindhya Hills and plateau in the southern part consist of hard rock strata, with a varied landscape of hills, plains, valleys and plateau. Uttar Pradesh can lay claim to be the oldest seat of India’s culture and civilization. The findings of the archeological excavations from various places of the state link Uttar Pradesh of the early Stone Age and Harappan era.The classical dance Kathak, folk arts like Braj Raslila, Ramlila and Charkula are very famous art forms of Uttar Pradesh.