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Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh



Bada Imambara Bada Imambara is a famous monument of Lucknow that has historical, cultural and heritage importance. Bada Imambara complex was commissioned by the then Nawab of Awadh, Asaf -ud-Daula in the year 1784. The complex also includes the large Asfi mosque, the Bhul-Bhulayah (the labyrinth) and a summer palace with running water.

Chota Imambada  Chota Imambara is the landmark of Lucknow. This monument is also known as Husseinabad Imambara in Lucknow as this place was the office of the erstwhile Husseinabad trust that owned the city once. Chota Imambara is an imposing monument located in the Old City area of Lucknow close to Chowk.

Government Museum The State Museum in Lucknow is a must visit for all the tourists and otherwise who visit Uttar Pradesh. Lucknow Museum is rather situated in a modern three-storied building at Banarasi Bagh area of Lucknow. It is actually a museum and archive rolled in one. The museum has separate galleries dedicated to sculptures, bronzes, paintings, natural history and anthropological specimens, coins, textiles and decorative arts.

Rumi Darwaza Rumi Darwaza is one of the most impressive gateways not only in Lucknow or India but also the whole world. The gateway lays Northwest of Bada Imambara. It is interesting to note that Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula, like the Bada Imambara, also commissioned Rumi Darwaza. Both were commissioned under the 'Food for Work' program initiated by the Nawab to bring respite to the city populace that was suffering from famine

Shah Najaf Imambara Shah Najaf is the pseudonym given to Maula Ali, the son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad who was the most valiant warrior and the greatest intellectual of Islam. His nickname was Haider that means Lion in Arabic. Due to his valiant efforts in protecting the nascent Islam, he was bestowed with the title of Haider-e-Khuda or "Lion of Allah". Ali later became the fourth Caliph of Islam. During his caliphate he chose Najaf, a town in Iraq, as his seat of governance.

The Residency The Residency is actually a group of buildings that were built in 1800 A.D by the then Nawab of Oudh, Nawab Saadat Ali Khan. It was constructed in order to serve as the residence for the British Resident General who was a representative in the court of Nawab. The palace was rather a sleepy residence for decades but then came an incident, which put it on the world map.

Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh

More info on the city

Lucknow city is popularly known as the 'the city of Nawabs'. Situated on the banks of the river Gomti, it dates back to the time of the Suryavanshi dynasty. Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, was founded by Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula.

Hotels near Lucknow

The Revanta

The RevantaHotel "The Revanta" is a hospitality center that is conveniently accessible by rail (12 km from Railway station) and air (25 km from Airport). Historical monuments like Shaheed Ismarak , Residency , Bara Imambara (Asifi Imamabara), Roomi Gate, Clock Tower, Sathkhande, Chota Imam Bara & Jama Masjid are in the radius of 8 kms from our hotel

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The Vivanta By Taj Gomti Nagar

The Vivanta by Taj - Gomti Nagar (Earlier known as Taj Residency), Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh, India) set amidst 33 acres of landscaped gardens, reflects the glory of the Nawabi era through its architecture and décor.

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La Place Sarovar Portico

La Place Sarovar Portico  is situated in the heart of Lucknow city (Uttrar Pradesh, India), right next to the commercial hub called Hazratganj.

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