Date of Estb.: 1995
19th Kilometer Stone, Sultanpur Road, Kashimpur, Biruha Post – Gosainganj, Lucknow , Uttar Pradesh - 226501
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Lucknow is the capital city of state of Uttar Pradesh. It is on the verge of a major metropolitan city of India and has always been known for its multi-culture and flourished as a cultural and artistic hub of North India.
Lucknow is still retaining the architecture of yores of British Empire. It was once the administrative and cultural hub of “Nawabs of Avadh (Oudh)”. Lucknow is popularly known as The City of Nawabs. It is also known as the Golden City of the East, Shiraz-i-Hind and The Constantinople of India. City is characterized by courtly manners, beautiful gardens, poetry, music, and fine cuisine patronized by the Nawabs of city.
The ‘tehzib’ or mannerism is still prominent and a theme of great appreciation. This is a city that still speaks the language of “aap-janab” and the dictum of “pehle aap” is a part of everyday life for a true Lakhnawi. ‘Aadab’ the Lucknowi salutation has its own sophistication and style. Dress forms though have changed noticeably in the span of a century, yet the beauty and charisma of Chikan – the intricate and delicate hand embroidery, still rules the wardrobe.
Besides its charming architecture, the city is famous for its delicious “Awadhi cuisine”, kebabs and much more. Be it the architectural wonders or the cultural charm, everything is well conserved here to make Lucknow “The city of many splendors”.
Lucknow is also known for its musically soothing evenings, Shaam-E-Awadh. The panorama along the banks of the river Gomti is truly magnificent.
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