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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Travel to Lucknow

Lucknow is the money of the Uttar Pradesh condition of Indian native. This location is known as 'Nawabon Ka Shahar' which indicates The Town of Nawabs. This location was typically known as Awadh and has been the money of several dynasties that determined in Indian native. This location is one the most significant increasing location of South Indian native after Delhi.

Travel related Area in Lucknow:

Bara Imambara:

This is mainly a shrine position that was designed for Shia Muslims so that they can provide their desires. This making was designed by Asaf-ud-daulah in 1784. This making is one of the most architecturally essential houses of Lucknow.


This is a bazaar is just like Chandni Chowk in Delhi. This bazaar mainly offers in meals like herbs, beef, impulses etc. but this bazaar is well-known for its poultry.


This is also industry position that is encased by an box. Forex position has a variety of houses which are very wonderful and has different fashion of structure. This position was previously a ft that was used during the independence battle.

Begum Hazrat Mahal Park:

This store is in the Begum Hazrat Mahal in the attached to storage of Begum Hazrat. She performed a critical position in 1857 Revolt. Now, this store is used or keeping rallies and for 'Ravana Dahan' on the celebration of Dussehra.

Transport Facilites in Lucknow:

There are many indicates of transfer in the location of Lucknow. The regional transfer is offered by Vehicle Rickshaws and CNG Lines. The location bus solutions are handled by Lucknow Mahanagar Parivahan Sewa.

The location is well attached by an comprehensive community of Nationwide and condition roads. The intercity buses are available at Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar bus take a position.

The location of Lucknow has several areas which manage the visitors. Lucknow drops under the management of South Location of Indian native Railways.

To check out Lucknow you can take routes from Jet Air passage Indian native. Jet Air passage provides many no extras solutions like Jet Air passage Konnect and JetLite to Lucknow.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Bada Imambara

The Fantastic Imambara is revealed as Nawabi design -this last level of Mughal design -indicating the decrease of an business and its nationwide products. Nawabi design is divided into two phases: the first towards the end of the Eighteenth century is accepted by unique and stylistic buildings; the second in the Nineteenth century century is accepted by the development of Traditional western characteristics.

The Fantastic Imambara developed in initially period of your energy and effort of Nawabi design, is one of the few homes in Lucknow without Traditional western characteristics. Nawabi design led to some time frame of your energy and effort of nationwide politics flux when the Nawabs of Avadh had disassociated themselves from Delhi but decreased under Indian native management. Though they were reinstated as rulers, the Indian native used actual professional. The nawabs, however, handled of all serious jobs as rulers were able to nicely use design. Because of this, the Fantastic Imambara was developed to unique range, but in some factors experienced from needless use of graphics.

The structure of Bada Imambara shows the era when the decorated Mughal style was on its best. Actually, it is the last puritan Indo-Islamic structure and doesn't include any Western features such as use of metal and spires. The sanctum of Imambara involves a big vaulted middle step containing the grave of Asaf-ud-Daula. The area that is 170 ft long and 55 ft huge is 50 ft from the earth. It is exciting to needs to be that it has no supports assisting the limit. Actually Bada Imambara is one of the most significant curved improvements of its variety on the earth.

There are as many as eight encompassing compartments designed to different top levels, allowing the room above these to be refurbished as a three-dimensional network with phrases interconnecting with each other through 489 similar opportunities. This piece of the making, known as is a common destination, and often the whole complicated may be called the Bhul-Bhulayah. It is perhaps the only established network in Indian and came about accidentally to aid the bodyweight of the making, designed on marshy area.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Lucknow - the things i Like ...

aalu ki tikkiyan               : potato cutlets

Adde-baaz                          : regular

Arvi ka salan                    : colocasia curry

Balai                                     : thick layer of fresh cream

Bawarchi                            : cook

Bawarchi tola                  : cooks’ quarters (in a town)

Biryani                                : highly seasoned rice cooked with meat, fish, egg, or      vegetables

Chaat                                    : spicy vegetarian snack

Murg-mussallam           : whole chicken carefully spiced and slowly cooked

Mutanjan                           : sweetish mutton biryani

Namash                               : souffle-like mildly sweet and fluffy creamy delight

Nehari                                : beef/lamb trotters braised and then stewed overnight, further prepared in the morning and eaten with kulchas for breakfast

Nehari khaas                    : special nehari

Os ki rani                           : “queen of dews”

Chaatwala                         : chaat seller

Chandi qalia                    : mutton curry in gravy mixed/topped with crushed edible silver leaves
Daawat                                : feast

Paan                                     : betel leaf with areca nut/other fillings/ spices, chewed as a delicacy

Patili kabab                      : mincemeat kabab made in deep copper/brass vessel

Dalmoth                             : savoury mixture

Puri                                       : deep-fried puffy bread

Desi desavari                   : a particular betel leaf

Parind puri                       : puri stuffed with a small live bird

Dudhiya barfi                   : white, wet and firm milk sweet

Galawat ke kabab       : kababs made from very finely ground, tenderized meat                      

Gilafi kulcha                     : very soft leavened bread

Gol gappa                        : puffed wafer, eaten with a spicy filling, in one mouthful

Halwa sohan                  : special sweet made with cereals, ghee, sugar, garnished with dried fruit

Halwai                                 : sweet-maker, seller

Imarti                                  : deep-fried ring of urad dal with a little wheat flour added, dipped in sugar syrup; more regular and elaborately shaped than a jalebi

Jalebi                                    : syrup-filled deep-fried ring of flour

Kabravali kacchori       : deep-fried bread with filling made and sold at a shop by a grave in aminabad

Kaccha keema                 : uncooked mince

Khaat                                   : divan/stringed bed

Korma                                 : mildly spiced dish of meat marinaded in yoghurt

Kulcha                                 : leavened bread

Kulfi                                      : milk thickened, mixed with saffron, pistachios,
                                                etc and frozen into ice-cream

Pista-badam ki khichri  : pistachio-almond rice preparation

Rabri                                     : semi-liquid thickened milk sweet preparation

Redhi                                   : hand-drawn cart

Samosa                               : deep-fried potato/peas/meat-filled triangles of flour

Seviyon ka muzaffar    : sweet vermicelli, fried and soaked in sugar syrup, with milk added; scatters when thrown on a plate

Shab degh                          : a beautiful blend of whole turnips, mutton balls (koftas), and spices cooked in a deep pan overnight

Shabnam                            : morning dew

Shahi galawat                  : “royal” papaya paste to tenderize meat

Shami kabab                    : spherical mincemeat kabab

Sheermal                           : invented in lucknow, a rich flat bread made of flour, milk, fat, and saffron

Thandai                              : cooling spiced milk beverage

Thela                                    : cart

Tikki                                     : cutlet

Kundan qalia              : mutton curry in gravy mixed/topped with crushed edible gold leaves

Lakhnawi                           : language spoken in lucknow/of lucknow

Tunde ke kabab / tunde ke shahi galawat ke kabab
: kababs, made from very finely ground, delicately marinaded, tenderized meat

Waraqui paratha           : “layered” unleavened fried bread

Lal peda                              : milk thickened into chewy, flat, round sweets

Lassi                                     : chilled frothed yoghurt drink

Zaiqa                                   : taste/flavour    

Zarda pulao                      : sweet yellow rice coloured and flavoured with saffron

Mahoba paan patta       : tender/crisp betel leaves from the mahoba district of uttar pradesh

Malai paan                        : triangular leaves of cream (paan­shaped) with a sweet filling

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management & Development Studies Lucknow

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management & Development Studies is an independent non-profit registered in 1982 under the Registration Act of corporations 1860th The main objective of the Foundation is to serve the country's industrial sector in various fields of management and information technology. The objective of this institute is to provide training in software development, management areas to enable them to bear more responsibility in the business of public and private sector by providing training facilities in the development software development, conferences, meetings, discussions, seminars and reading to encourage articles on career and development.


Saturday, February 19, 2011

Hotel Taj - Lucknow

The Taj Residency, Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh, India) Set amid 33 acres of gardens, reflecting the glory of the Nawabi era through its architecture and decoration. The hotel is located 4 km from downtown. Accommodation: 110 centrally air-conditioned rooms including 4 suites. Standard: You can choose from elegant front garden or pool rooms (some with balconies) that offer services to customers as direct mounting international calls, minibar, tea and coffee, channel music and color television with satellite programs . interconnecting rooms for families are also available.

Lucknow - Taj Hotel
Taj Hotel Lucknow
Executive: Located on the lobby level, all rooms facing the pool. Furnishings include a touch of traditional embroidery chikaan Awadhi, colorful place mats and artifacts. Deluxe: These rooms are large rooms on the ground floor with separate lounge and a poolside view. Executive Suites: Elegant and pool facing apartments of two rooms. These suites are well planned, a compact living room, bedroom and bathroom. Distance: Agra: 360 km, Kanpur: 80 km, Allahabad: 228 km, Varanasi - 300 km

Taj Hotel - Lucknow
Taj Hotel Lucknow

Hanuman Setu Mandir - Lucknow

Hanuman Setu Mandir Lucknow
Hanuman Setu Lucknow

Inaugurated in 1966, January. This ashram has 2 murtis Neem Karoli Baba, 2 and 2 murtis Hanuman Shiva Linga. This temple makes an important service in the distribution Prasad Maharaj-ji in Lucknow, and seems to be one of the most visited temples in the city. The ashram is still structured as a bhandara through a dedicated staff. Maharaj-ji said the Sankat Mochan Hanuman ji-Lucknow (known as "the desire to meet Hanuman") is "Governor-General of all Hanuman." Murals are: Ram and Sita and Hanuman with Ram and Laxshman and army of monkeys and bears, build a bridge to Lanka. Bhandara A Mahasamadhi held here shortly after bhandara mahasamadhi in Kanpur. Very few Westerners have sometimes been housed in this ashram.

Address :
Shree Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple
Hanuman Setu,
University Road,

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Monday, January 31, 2011

Lucknow University

Lucknow University

University of Lucknow began the prestigious Canning College, Lucknow, was founded in 1867 Dakshinaranjan Raja Mukherjee, also founded by King George’s Medical College and Isabella Thoburn College. Lucknow University was set up following the recommendations of the Commission reaching Sadler, which was initially established in 1917 only to examine "the conditions and scope of the 'University of Calcutta." Honorable Raja Sir Muhammad Ali Mohammad Khan Mahmudabad made a strong appeal to create a separate Pioneer Lucknow University which was confirmed in all Taluqdars and Awadh. Sir Harcourt Butler, the Lieutenant Governor of United Provinces also gave active support to this idea.

Lucknow University was established in law by the Governor-General 25 November 1920, Sir Harcourt Butler laid the foundation stone of the University on March 19, 1921, and Dr. Gyanendra Nath Chakravarti became the first Vice-Chancellor. On July 17, 1921 began teaching.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Chota Imambara in Lucknow The City of Nawabs


Lucknow is popularly known as "city of Nawab. Located on the banks of the Gomti river, it goes back to the Suryavanshi dynasty. Lucknow, capital of Uttar Pradesh, was founded by Nawab Asaf-ud-Dawla. In antiquity, was the capital of the Nawab of Awadh, and it is one of the reasons it is also called the city of Nawab. Era Lucknow Nawab granted with the political culture and culinary delights, as he is now famous. Trip to Lucknow with us to find more information about this exciting city! Even after witnessing substantial modernization, Lucknow has managed to retain its charm and glory

The warmth, hospitality and the formality of the city have not yet lost. The era of the tycoons also gifted Lucknow literature, music, dance and arts and crafts that draw tourists here. Infact, it was in the streets of the city only Table and Sitar were born. Lucknow tourism brings glory days of the city via a visit to its numerous monuments and ruins of the city of Lucknow has a magical charm that surrounds it. Whether it's a delicious fusion cuisine or culture of the heart, the eternal city leaves an impression on visitors. It is one of the few places where you can still find people who say, 'AAP' aap 'Janab' Pehle, etc. Even if the apartments are replacing Nawabi houses, the city is still as charismatic as ever.

Then visit Lucknow and lose yourself in the magic and charm of the city. Lucknow - The subway to come is the hallmark of cultural extravaganza, known worldwide for its beauty. A city that has a magical charm, a charm which is always a charm that is separate. Whether the cultural charm or the monumental, all is well conserved here to make Lucknow "The city of many splendours". Through the streets and by-lanes of Chowk and Aminabad find Lucknow of yore. The "tehzib 'or mannerism is still important and a matter of great satisfaction. It is a city that still speaks the language of "aap-Janab" Pehle aap "is still part of everyday life for a truly Lakhnawi -. And so natural is it - or hello Aadab which has its own elegance and style .

So, go and get lost in the magic city Lucknow and attractive. Lucknow - the future of underground culture is characterized by imagination, which is known worldwide for its many splendours. The city, which has a magical charm, charm, which is forever and a charm that is separate. And 'the cultural charm or the monumental one, all is well conserved here to make Lucknow "in the city, many splendors." Walking through the lanes and bands and a Aminabad Chowk in Lucknow, says the days of yore. "Tehzib" or pretend it is still an important topic and great appreciation. This is a city that still speaks the language "AAP-Janabi" AAP Pehl "is still part of everyday life Lakhnawi reality. - And so it is natural - Aadab or greeting that has its own sophistication and style.

forms of dress, although they have changed substantially in the space of a century, but the beauty and charisma of Chikan - the delicate hand embroidery, still rules the wardrobe. Lucknow is in fact one of the few cities that duly understands the grace of "dupatta" or fabric covering. Wisdom, women and wine are the three things that are understood and respected by the Nabob. Not a thing of the sentence, but an institution that was "Kotha", which sent the son of Nawabs deliberately to learn the culture, sophistication and respect for the fairer sex. Muzzafar Ali unforgettable film "Umrao Jaan" is a representation of this social institution. Love is in Paris or in Lucknow, the proof is as in love with modern elegance Hazratganj: these routes have been used as a meeting place for lonely hearts to escape the eyes of their parents; supervision.

Kan kauwe Bazi or kite flying is not just a hobby but a way to send love letters, my dear, "Kal Shaam Kothe Fri Aana, kareinge hum intezaar tumhara" - tomorrow night to reach the terrace, I'll wait . These words were written Patang or kite and the kite was flown in and dropped the beloved terrace. The story goes that once Chhote Nawab did with his love and instead get a letter to his beloved mother and found her little 'Love Bug, assuming that the Nawab Bade has done for this is so sweet and playful, he is the same in return write that "Intezaar tha tumhara hi humein, Umra Bhar Rahe rahein takt, der lage aane mein tumko, shukra BHI You phir aaye to" - I was waiting for this my whole life, you came late, but now you are there.

Thus begins the love between the Bade Nawab and Begum Badi who have ended their marriage and went to the right of repentance. Lucknow today, many things can be free from impurities, but preparations as Tunde-ke-kabab, Rahim-ke-Kulche Nihar, kebab at Akbari Gate, Ram Asrey AUR lal Ki Malai Peda, Raja-ki-thandai, naans parathas AUR sheermals Sharma-ya-ki chaat have kept their heads high because of the purity and excellent. good places to eat in Lucknow are often in serpentine queues of old Lucknow. So many of you were born in Lucknow on me, but agrees that every day is different. Shadows of memories vary for each of the sun and the moon. You can find and discover Lucknow everyday. None is known to Lucknow and was never charged. Therefore, "Aap Kehte Hain Jisey Lucknow - Usey Hum Kehte Hain Jahan Duja" (the place called Lucknow - call the world).

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Christchurch Lucknow

Lucknow's Christchurch is located near the Wing Park Management in Lucknow. It was designed by General Hutchinson. A monument to those killed in the Revolution the church was enlarged and improved in 1904. It contains many attractive commemorative panels and brass. Cross the arrow has been distorted by an earthquake in 1933.

Monday, January 3, 2011


Rumi Darwaza is one of the most impressive beautiful gate, not only in Lucknow and India but also worldwide. The report contains a portion of northwest Bada Imambara. It is interesting that Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula, as Bada Imambara, Rumi Darwaza was also ordered. Both were recorded under "Food for Work" launched by the Nawab of respite for the people of the city was hit by famine.

The construction of the Rumi Darwaza was completed in the 1784th This bridge is also impressive, sometimes known as Turkish Columbia Gateway historical sources. The port is supposed to represent the heart and soul of Awadh architecture as it was at its peak. Gate, which is 60 meters high was inspired by the gateways in what was then Constantinople, or modern Istanbul. It is actually a replica of an ancient portal at Constantinople. The upper part consists of a cenotaph eight facets, which can be contacted by a staircase.

Rumi Darwaja Lucknow

Interestingly, the Rumi Darwaza name derives from "Rumi Persian means Rome. Rome has also been applied to the city of Constantinople, because it was formerly known as Byzantium was the capital of Eastern Roman Empire, which was conquered by the Turks. The landscape around the door was once very beautiful. In fact, was once the entrance to the walled city of Lucknow. The bridge has been mentioned in several sources, but the most famous is considered the report published by one George Russell, who worked as a journalist for The New York Times in mid Century 19. Russell, who accompanied the victorious British army mutiny of 1857 had called the stretch of road from Rumi Darwaza to Chattar Manzil the cityscape of the best and most spectacular I've seen, better than Rome, Paris, London or Constantinople.