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There are daily flights from Delhi, Bombay and Kolkata. Amausi Airport, Lucknow is directly connected with Delhi, Patna, Kolkata, Mumbai and Varanasi by direct flights.
Lucknow is on the New Delhi – Varanasi railway route. Connections can be made to Agra and Allahabad. A major railway junction, Lucknow is conveniently connected to many cities.
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, Kolkata – 985 km, Corbett National Park – 400 km, Delhi – 497 km, Dudhwa National Park – 238 km, Kanpur – 79 km, Khajuraho – 320 km, Varanasi – 650 km.
Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh in India. Straddling the river Gomti, modern Lucknow is a bustling and fast growing metropolis with a population of almost 3 million (2011), second largest in North India after Delhi. The city rose in prominence during first war of independence in 1857. The upcoming METRO is a hallmark of cultural extravaganza, known all over the world “The city of Nawabs & many splendors”.
The mannerism is still prominent and a topic of great appreciation. 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.
The prominent places to visit in Lucknow are:
- Rumi Darwaza
- Shah Najaf Imambara
- Smriti Upvan
- Samta Mulak Chowk
- Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Park
- li>Indira Gandhi Planetarium
- Bada Imambara
- Samajik Parivartan Prateek Sthal
- Chota Imambara
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