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Lucknow is a vibrant city

27 Apr 2019

Lucknow is the capital of India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh. The city of Lucknow is known for its unique design and versatile multicultural skills, Dussehra mango orchards and chicken embroidery work. Lucknow is located in an area which was historically known as the Awadh region. Lucknow is also known as the city of Nawabs. Today's Lucknow is a vibrant city that sees an economic growth and is one of the top fifteen of India's fast growing non-metros. _____ The progress of Lucknow is no less than in Delhi, Mumbai, Surat and Ghaziabad. Lucknow is becoming not only a major market and commercial city of northern India, but also an emerging center of products and services. Being the state capital of Uttar Pradesh, there are a lot of government departments and public sector undertakings here. Most of the middle-class salaried people are employed in these departments and enterprises. Due to the liberalization policy of the government, many opportunities have opened up for businesses and jobs and for the self-employed. Due to this, the number of job professionals continues to grow here. Lucknow also provides manpower for information technology and BPO companies for nearby Noida and Gurgaon. People from the information technology sector also meet in abundance here in Bangalore and Hyderabad. _____ Send feedback History Saved Community

Tourist places in Lucknow city

The chowk is the market leader in old Lucknow. It is famous for chicken artisans and markets. There is also a Nakkhas market in the Chowk. Aminabad here is a marketplace like Chandni Chowk in Delhi which is situated in the middle of the city. Aminabad is a place in Lucknow which is famous for books. There is a big and old market for wholesale goods, women's decorative items, garments, etc. Like Connaught Place in Delhi, the heart of this place is Hazratganj. The Vidhan Sabha building of the state is also located here. Apart from this, GPO, Cathedral Church, Zoo in Hazratganj, Divisional Railway Office (DRM Office) of Northern Railway, Lal Bagh, Postmaster General Office (PMG), Parivartan Chowk, Begum Hazrat Mahal Park are also important places. Apart from these, Nishatganj, Daliganj, Sadar Bazar, Bangla Bazaar, Narhi, Kesarbagh also come in big markets here. _____ Sis-Gomti area in Rajasipuram, Krishnanagar, Alambagh, Dilkhusha, RDSO Colony, Charbagh, Aishbagh, Hussainganj, Lalbagh, Rajendranagar, Malviya Nagar, Sarojinagar, Haiderganj, Thakurganj and Saadatganj etc. Huh. The Trans-Gomti region consists of Gomtinagar, Indiranagar, Mahanagar, Aliganj, Daliganj, Neelamtha Cantt, Vikasnagar, Khurramnagar, Jankipuram and South-City (on Rae Bareli Road).

There are many scenic spots in and around the city. These include historical sites, gardens, recreation sites and shopping malls etc. There are many Imambaras here. Big and small are the main among them. The famous big Imambara has historical and cultural significance. This Imambara was built by Asaf-ud-Daula under the famine relief project in 18. This huge dome hall is 50 meters long and 15 meters high. There is a unique maze here. is. Apart from this, Chota Imambara, whose real name is Hussainabad Imambara, is a composition of Mohammad Ali Shah which was constructed in 1734 AD. It is also called Chota Imambara. _____ Saadat Ali's tomb is near Begum Hazrat Mahal Park. Along with this, the tomb of Khurshid Zaidi is also built. The magnificent roof and dome of the mausoleum are its specialty. Both these mausoleums appear to be twins. Rumi Darwaza is built outside the big Imambara. The road here originates from its middle. This gate was also constructed under the famine relief project. Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula had built this door during the famine in 172 AD so that people could get employment. Jami Masjid is located west of Hussainabad Imambara. The construction of this mosque was started by Mohammad Shah. Moti Mahal is the chief of the three buildings on the border of the Gomti River. It was built by Saadat Ali Khan. _____ The remains of the Lucknow Residency show a clear picture of British rule. At the time of the freedom struggle of 1858, it was the residence of the agent of the Residence East India Company. This historic building is adjacent to the Governor's residence in Hazratganj area. The clock tower of Lucknow is the highest bell tower in India. Hussainabad is a 19th-century picture gallery near the clock tower of Imambara. Pictures of almost all the Nawabs of Lucknow can be seen here. _____ Kukarel Forest is a picnic spot. There is a sanctuary of crocodiles and turtles here. It is located on the Ring Road, near Indira Nagar, Lucknow. Banarasi Bagh is actually a zoo, originally named Prince of Wales Wildlife Park. Some species of animals are kept in small cages in the lush green environment here. There is also a museum in this park. _____ Apart from these, Rumi Darwaza, Chattar Manzil, Elephant Park, Buddha Park, Lime Park Marine Drive and Indira Gandhi Planetarium are also visible. On the Lucknow-Hardoi highway is Malihabad village, where Dussehari mangoes are world famous. Amausi Airport of Lucknow is located in Amausi, twenty kilometers from the city. Naimisharanya shrine is 90 km from the city. It has been described as very high place in the Puranas. It was here that sage Sutji gave a narrative of Puranas to the Shaunakadi sages. Nearby cities of Lucknow are Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi, Faizabad, Barabanki, Hardoi. _____ Ambedkar Smarak is a new, nearly 107-acre developed monument dedicated to the memory of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. Stones are a beautiful piece of workmanship. Here beautiful stone sculptures and fountains are very beautifully adjusted with gardens and open areas. No fees. _____ Amrapali Water Park started in the year 2002, is counted among the top five water parks of Lucknow. An excellent place for water related sports and prodigy.