Lucknow, affectionately known as the city of Nawabs snuggled with the rich history, arts, and culture, also known as the capital of Uttar Pradesh, a state of India. The city is sited on the banks of river Gomti, the rich history and magnificence of the city will leave you amaze. Alongside, a number of museums, one can also visit famous Mughal monuments such as Bara Imambara, Bhool Bhulaiya, the opulence of the city glitters the history and simplicity of the city.
Visiting the “Old Lucknow” will familiarize you with the wonderful ancient monuments and vibrating streets that serve as excellent passageways of the city.
Stands among the well-known ancient structures of the city, it’s a place observed as a place of worship for the Muslims who visit this place every year to celebrate a festival Muharram. Appreciate the magnificent style of construction, and the central hall of Bara Imambara is considered as the largest hall in the world.
Sited at the main centre of the city, where one can view the amazing wildlife creatures; it covers a land of 71.6 acres and earlier known as the Price of Wales Zoo. A large number of species can be seen in the zoo and some of them are Black Bear, Lion, Wolf, Blackbuck, Hog Deer and so forth.
Sited at the main centre of the city, the amazing ancient architecture of the city will draw space in your heart and Rumi Darwaza runs roads on its both sides.
Chota Imambara stands among the finest and beautiful structures of the city and it was considered as an audience hall for the Shia Muslims. One can observe the attractiveness and the decorations and chandeliers when there is a festival like Muharram.
Shopping Hazratganj Market
Enjoy famous cuisines in Chowk Market
Buy chikan clothes in Aminabad
Have fun in Republic Mall
Prayagraj Kumbh Mela
Kumbh Mela is one of the biggest religious events that take place in this world. It is known to be the largest human gatherings on earth and hence is a unique event. Read more…
Organized every year, Lucknow Mahotsav is a 10-day celebration that is loaded up with brilliant exhibitions, delicious cuisines, a few intriguing contests and a ton of enjoyment. Read more…
The day the Gods descended to celebrate Dev Deepavali in Kashi, one must decide to be just there to fill in the divine energies and blessings. Read more…
Splashing colors, loving hearts; integrating memories, peaceful warmth; these are just some phrases which can be used to describe this happening festival to its very best. Read more…
The best time to visit the city is October to March where the weather remains somehow foggy; however; the summers remain quite hot and should be avoided. The weather is pleasant when you visit the city between October to March and appropriate for sightseeing.
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