Lucknow Things to Do

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  • 1. Yatharth Travels Delhi

    Hi mahesh, I would like to thank you for your perfect planning of the tour TO Delhi – Agra – Tajh Mahal – Jaipur. Myself & my family fully enjoyed the days at Delhi , Taj Mahal Agra & Chokhi...

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  • 2. 16-Shopping & Eating

    Lucknow is a gourmet’s delight, especially if you are a non-vegetarian. The choicest of ‘kebabs’, 18-layered ‘parathas’, succulent ‘naans’, mouth-watering...

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  • 3. 15- Lucknow Heritage Walk

    The Lucknow Heritage Walk is a fun way to get a feel of the authentic, old Lucknow. You fix the date with them either by calling them on their mobile or through...

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  • 4. 14- Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station

    Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station takes its name from the four gardens which existed here during the time of the Nawabs. It was built between 1914 and 1923. The...

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  • 5. 13-Gomti River Cruise

    Just behind the Shahid Smarak is the Gomti River Cruise. Medium-size boats are available, complete with a boatman and oars. He will give you a choice of...

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  • 6. 12-Shaheed Smarak

    Erected in the heart of the city by the banks of the river Gomti, the Shaheed Smarak commemorates the First Centenary of India’s First War of Independence in...

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  • 7. 11-The Ruins of the Residency

    The Residency is in ruins in Lucknow. After the hot summer months of 1857, when the first spark of nationalism spurred the suppressed Indians to train their...

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  • 8. 10-The Last Nawab & the First King’s Resting Place

    Shah Najaf Imambara (1816) was built by Ghazi-ud-Din Haider, the last Nawab of Awadh (1814-1818) and the first King of Awadh (1818-1827). He was instigated to...

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  • 9. 09-Trumpeteers Announce Arrival - Naubat Khana

    The Naubat Khana, located directly opposite the Bara Imambara, was used by drummers to announce the arrival of the Nawab or his distinguished guests. The main...

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  • 10. 08-Lakshman Tila or Tila Shah Pir Mohammed

    Located opposite to the Bara Imambara and separated by the Naubat Khana, upon a hill, stands the Tila Shah Pir Mohammed, also known as the Lakshman Tila. The...

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  • 11. 07-Aligang Hanuman Temple

    The reverence for Hanuman, the monkey God of the Hindus, has its roots in the epic, 'Ramayana'. In earlier times, Lucknow was known as Lakshmanpuri or the city...

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  • 12. 06-One Arm Kebabs – Tundey Kabab

    Owing to our ignorance, we missed the original Tundey Kebab outlet in Lucknow. We went to the grandson’s shop in the Aminabad area of the city, an outlet...

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  • 13. 05-Labyrinthine Lucknow – The Bara Imambara

    The Bara Imambara, better known as the structure housing the ‘Bhul Bhulaiya’ (labyrinth), is formally known as the Imambara-e-Asafi. It was built by the fourth...

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  • 14. 04- Rumi Darwaza

    The Rumi Darwaza is to Lucknow what the Taj Mahal is to Agra, the Charminar to Hyderabad, the Gateway of India to Mumbai, the Qutub Minar to Delhi, the Eiffel...

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  • 15. 03-The Jama Masjid

    The Jama Masjid in the Hussainabad area of Old Lucknow was built during the reign of Muhammed Ali Shah, the Third King of Awadh (1837-42). From the beginning,...

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  • 16. 02- The Indian Big Ben – The Clock Tower

    After the First War of Independence (1857)/Sepoy Mutiny, the British destroyed quite a few historic buildings in and around Lucknow. To make amends, they...

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  • 17. 01-Chhota Imambara

    The Chhota Imambara (smaller Imambara) located in the Hussainabad locality of old Lucknow was built by Naseer-ud-Daulah Mohammed Ali Shah, the Third King...

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  • 18. Drive around to admire mustard fields!

    Just drive on the outskirts of Lucknow or in the Highways leading to Allahabad or Varanasi and you will be bowled over by the beauty of the fields nearby...

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  • 19. Visit the Railway station

    The railway station in Lucknow is worth a visit. The building is impressive no doubt. It also has a legend to its credit. It houses a Dargah. It is believed...

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  • 20. Visit the Shahi Bowli

    This was constructed to serve as a guest house, however, later it served as a hideout for soldiers. This is adjacent to the Bada Imam Bara. It is totally...

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  • 21. Bada Imam Barah... a must visit

    Construction of Bara Imambara was started in 1785, a year of a devastating famine, and one of Asaf-ud-Daula's objectives in embarking on this grandiose project...

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  • 22. Choti Imam Barah

    he Chota Imambara was built by Nawab Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh in 1838. The monument was meant to serve as the mausoleum for its founder. Its...

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  • 23. Gomtinagar

    This is where the new lucknow is being developed. Visible difference from the lod town, roads are cleaner, and wider. You can see the Samta Sthal Park and the...

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  • 24. Residency

    The place which is the witness of Indian's first war for independence in 1857AD, was the home to British soldiers and was under seize ...thousands were killed....

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  • 25. Bara Imambara

    Built by Nawab Asaf Ud Daula bahadur is an architectural marvel. Has three halls inside - Chinese hall, Persian Hall & Kharbooja hall. Also you can enjoy a huge...

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