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About The City

     Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, extends along the banks of the River Gomti. The creator of Lucknow as it is today was Nawab Asaf ud Daula. The city became known as a centre for Urdu poetry and courtly diction, and reached its acme during the reign of Wajid Ali Shah who was a connoisseur of music and poetry. It was during his reign that the British appropriated Awadh. Today, the city is dotted with remnants of its rich historic past.

     Lucknow is also known for its elaborate cuisine and 'Chikankaari' or exquisite shadow-work embroidery on fine muslin cloth.


Area : 79 sq. km.

Population : 1731224 (199 census)

Altitude : 123 mtrs. above sea level.

Season : October - March

Clothing (Summer) : Cottons Winter : Woolens

Language : Hindi, Urdu, English

Local Transport : Bus/Tempo/Auto-rickshaw/Taxi Tonga/Cycle-rickshaw

STD Code : 0522



Amausi Airport, Lucknow is directly connected with Delhi, Patna, Calcutta, Bombay and Varanasi by direct flights.Rail A major railway junction, Lucknow is conveniently connected to many cities. Some of the important trains are :

5307/5308 Shatabadi Ex. : 5063/5064;

Nainital Ex; : 9165/9166;

Sabarmati Exp : 2553/2554;

Vaishali Exp : 5609/5610;

Awadh-Assam Exp : 8475/8476;
Neelanchal Exp : 4283/4284;
Ganga-Yamuna Exp : 4229/4230
Lucknow Mail : 2419/2420;
Gomti Exp : 4057/4058;
Kashi-Vishwanath Exp : 4011/4012;
Nauchandi Exp : 1015/1016;
Bombay-Gorakhpur Exp : 5011/5012;
Cochin-Gorakhpur Exp.


Lucknow is connected by road with all the major cities of the country. Some of the major road distances are : Agra - 363 km, Allahabad - 210 km, Ayodhya - 135 km, Calcutta - 985 km, Corbett National Park - 400 km, Delhi - 497 km, Dudhwa National Park - 238 km, Kanpur - 79 km, Khajuraho - 320 km, Varanasi - 305 km.

Place Of Interest

Hussainabad Imambara

Near the Rumi Darwaza, this structure houses the tombs of Muhammad Ali Shah, its builder, and of his mother. Built between 1837 and 1842, it is also called the Chhota Imambara. It is approached through a fine garden. The Imambara has a white dome and numerous turrets and minarets. The walls of the mausoleum are decorated with verses in Arabic. Chandeliers, gilded mirrors, colorful stucco, the King's throne and ornate tazia or replicas of the tombs at Karbala adorn the interior.

Shah Najaf Imambara

This white-domed structure derives its name from the town of Najaf, about 200 km south of Baghdad where the saint Hazrat Ali is buries. It is situated on the right bank of the Gomti, In this mausoleum are buried the remains of Ghazi-ud-din Haider and his wives, including Mubarak Mahal, his European wife. The entrance leads to a beautiful garden. The silver tomb of Ghazi-ud-din Haider lies in the centre of the building and is flanked by the more imposing silver and gold tomb of Mubarak Mahal on one side, and another tomb on the other.


Built for the British Resident in 1780-1800, it was originally a very extensive and beautiful building, It was a scene of dramatic events during the Mutiny of 1857. The scarred ruins tell the story of the British community besieged by the rebels. The main house overlooks the river and is surrounded by terraced lawns and gardens.

Asafi Imambara

Also known as the Bara Imambara, it was built by Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula in 1784 and is one of the architectural highlights of the era. The central hall is said to be the largest vaulted chamber in the world. Except for the galleries in the interior, there is no woodwork used in the structure. A staircase from outside leads to a series of labyrinths which visitors are advised to visit only with authorized guides. Within the compound of the Imambara is a grand Asafi mosque.

Rumi Darwaza

This colossal, ornate gateway is said to be a facsimile of one of the gates of Constantinople. It was built by Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula in 1784, to create employment during the terrible famine of 1784.

Kaiserbagh Palace Complex

The construction of the Kaiserbagh Palaces was started in 1848 by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah and completed in 1850. They were built to create the eighth wonder of the world. The yellow buildings on three sides of the quadrangle, now the property of Taluqdars, once provided quarters for the ladies of the harem. In the centre stands the Baradari, a picturesque white stone edifice which was earlier paved with silver.

National Botanical Research institute

Located at Sikandarbagh, where pitched battles took place during the Mutiny of 1857, the institute garden is open to the public from 6 AM to 5 PM.

State Museum / Zoo

A favorite spot for recreation, Lucknow, Museum houses a large collection of artifacts and memorabilia and is located at Banarasi Bagh, within the zoo premises. The zoo has a large collection of animals, Museum timings : 10.30 AM to 4.30 PM Weekly off : Monday. Zoo timings : 5 AM to 7 PM.

Other places of interest include Chhatar Manzil, Maqbara Saadat Ali Khan, Moti Mahal, Dilkusha Garden, La Martiniere, Alambagh Palace.


Taj Mahal Hotel, Vipin Khand, Gomti Nagar, Ph : (0522)2393939.

Hotel Clarks Awadh, 8, M.G. Marg. Ph : (0522)2220131-3, 2216500-9.

Arif Castles, 4 , Rana Pratap Marg. Ph : (0522)2211313-7, 2211366

Hotel Carlton, Shahnajaf Road. Ph : (0522)2224021-4, 2222445, 2222439, 2222413.

Hotel Kohinoor, Station Road. Ph : (0522)2217693.

Hotel Deep Awadh, Naka Hindola, Aminabad Road, Ph : (0522)2216521-5.

Deep Hotel, 5, Vidhan Sabha Marg. Ph : (0522)2216441-6.

Hotel Charan International, 16, Vidhan Sabha Marg. Ph : (0522)2227219, 2227221, 2212518, 2212516.

Capoors Hotel, 52, Hazrat Ganj, Ph : (0522)2223958, 2227262.

Seema Palace, Faizabad Road, Ph : (0522)2342499, 2342452.

Mohan Hotel, Charbagh, Ph : (0522)2451037, 2454216-7, 2454283, 2451768

Ram Krishna Guest, House, 4A, Park Road. Ph : (0522)2218898.

Awadh Lodge, Tiloi House, 1 Ram Mohan Rai Marg, Ph : (0522)2223821, 2282861

Hotel Tulsi, Pandariba, Charbagh. Ph : (0522)2455425.

UP Tourism Accommodation

     Hotel Gomti (UPSTDC). 6, Sapru Marg. Ph : (0522)2212291, 2214708, 2220624.


     The city's restaurants serve a variety of continental, Chinese and Indian cuisine. Some of them are :

Oudhyana, Hotel Taj Mahal, Vipin Khand, Gomti Nagar, Ph : (0522)2393939.

Falaknuma, Hotel Clarks Awadh, Ph : (0522)2220131

Spicy Bite, Tulsi Theatre Bldg., 12 Rani Laxmi Bai Marg. Ph : (0522)2225050.

Baker's Hut, Sapru Marg, Ph : (0522)2210215.

Ritz Continental Corner, Gole Market, Mahanagar, Ph : (0522)2273554.

Vyanjan Restaurant, Ashok Marg, Ph : (0522)2211438

Mehrab, Hotel Gomti, Sapru Marg, Ph : (0522)2220264.

Meal Weal Restaurant, Habibullah Estate, Hazrat Ganj.

Hotel Tulsi, Pandariba, Charbagh. Ph : (0522)2455425.


Allahabad Bank, Main Branch, Hazratganj. Ph : (0522)257187

State Bank of India, Main Branch, Hazratganj. Ph : (0522)213074, 227804

Bank of India, Main Branch, Newal Kishore Road, Hazratganj, Ph : (0522)216535, 223829.

United Commercial Bank, Opposite Halwasia Court, Hazratganj. Ph : (0522)228574.

Ritz Continental Corner, Gole Market, Mahanagar, Ph : (0522)2273554.

Vyanjan Restaurant, Ashok Marg, Ph : (0522)2211438

Mehrab, Hotel Gomti, Sapru Marg, Ph : (0522)2220264.

Meal Weal Restaurant, Habibullah Estate, Hazrat Ganj.

Hotel Tulsi, Pandariba, Charbagh. Ph : (0522)2455425.

Post & Telegraph

General Post Office, Hazratganj. Ph : (0522)222887.

Sub Post Office, Aminabad Park Ph : (0522)228876, 213906

Head Post Office, Chowk, Ph : (0522)253165

Sub Post Office, Mahanagar. Ph : (0522)385909


Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rae Bareilly Road. Ph : (0522)440008-8, 440800, 440900

King George's Medical College, Chowk, Ph : (PRO) (0522)265424, 265614, (Suptd) 268701, 266175.

Balrampur Hospital, Golaganj, Ph : (0522)224040, 227551.

Shyama Prasad Mukherjee/Civil Hospital, S.P. Mukherjee Marg, Hazratganj. Ph : (0522)229568, 224636.

Veerangana Jhalkasi Bai Mahila Hospital, Ph. (0522)229568, 2224636
Tourist Info

Directorate of U.P. Tourism, Chitrahar Building, 3 Nawal Kishore Road. Ph : (0522)228349, 225165, Fax : 221776

Regional Tourist Office, 10, Station Road, Ph : (0522)226205

Tourist Reception Counter, Northern Railway Station, Charbagh, Ph : (0522)452533

PRO, Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam, Khushnuma Complex, 7 RF Bahadur Marg, Ph./Fax: (0522)210572

PRO, Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam, 2, Gopal Khera House, Sarojini Naidu Marg, Ph : (0522)215903

State Information Bureau, Hazratganj. Ph : (0522)224728.

Wildlife Information Centre, 17, Rana Pratap Marg, Ph : (0522)283902


Kukrail Reserve Forest

     A picnic spot developed by the Forest Department, it has a deer park and crocodile nursery. A variety of birds and deer can be seen in their natural habitat.

Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary

     43 km. Situated on the Kanpur highway, this sanctuary attracts Siberian migratory birds. The best season to visit is between October and March. Accommodation is available at U.P. Toursim's Priyadarshini Motel. (Tel : 5150, 5160).

Deva Sharif

     25 km. The tomb of Syed Haji Waris Ali Shah, known as Deva Sharif, is revered by both Hindus and Muslims. Devotees throng the shrine in October/November when the annual urs of the saint is held..

Naimisharanya – Misrikh

     94 km. An important religious centre with the temples of the goddess Lalita, Dadhichi Kund, Vyas Gaddi, Chakratirth and Hanuman Garhi

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Dudhwa National Park
Fatehpur Sikri

Nawab Wajid Ali Khan

Rumi Gate

Dewa sharief

Asif Imambara

Rumi Gate

Asif Masjid

Inside Chota Imambara

Chota Imambara

Charbagh Railway Station

Law Martiniere

Dewa sharief

Inside Chota Imambara

Chota Imambara

Asif Masjid

Nawab Wajid Ali Khan

Rumi Gate

Dewa sharief

Asif Imambara

Rumi Gate

Asif Masjid
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