The city is well-known among Indians and scholars of South Asian culture and history for its courtly manners, gorgeous gardens, poetry, music, and good cuisine.
Any traveler can experience a tryst with history, culture, shopping, fun, spirituality, food, leisure, and a lot more in the City of Nawabs.
The Nawab of Lucknow had built this. It is a significant place of worship for Muslims who visit every year to commemorate the religious festival of Muharram.
The Chhota Imambara was anciently a Shia Muslim meeting hall established by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh, in 1838.
The British Residency of Lucknow, which is additionally a Residential Complex, at a time functioned as the British East India Company’s commanders’ base camp.
This spectacular tourist site is found between Bara and Chota Imambaras and features ancient Awadhi architecture. It’s also known as the Turkish Gate
iThis public park, named after Dr. BR Ambedkar, also honors Jyotiba Phule, Birsa Munda, Kanshi Ram, and Sree Narayana Guru, among other independence warriors.
The Ramakrishna Math, which is entirely made of marble, was founded by a Bengali saint named Ramakrishna in the 19th century.