The City of Nawabs – Lucknow

Lucknow is also known as “THE CITY OF NAWABS” and is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, extended along the banks of River Gomti. Lucknow, synonymous with Nawabi Culture along with Agra and Varanasi, is one of the 3 cities in the Uttar Pradesh Heritage Arc.

• Rumi Darwaza
• Bara Imambara,
• British Residency
• Hazratganj
• Vidhan Sabha Bhawan Council House,
• Chandrika Devi Temple,
• Mankameshwar Mandir
• Sikandar Bagh
• Janeshwar Mishra Park,
• Nawabganj Wildlife Sanctuary

When to Visit

October to March

• University of Lucknow
• Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
• King George’s Medical University
• Biotech Park
• Central Drug Research Institute
• National Botanical Research Institute
• Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University.
• Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany
• Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University,
• Integral University

Known for:

Lucknow is a growing IT hub, also called Biotech City. Major industries in the Lucknow include aeronautics, machine tools, distillery chemicals, furniture and Chikan embroidery.
Lucknow is also a major centre for research and development as home to the prominent R&D centres of the National Milk Grid of the National Dairy Development Board, the Central Institute of Medical and Aromatic Plants, the National Handloom Development Corporation.

  • Kanpur 70 km
  • Allahabad 200 km
  • Varanasi 319 km
  • Agra 366 km
  • Delhi 556 km

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