Category Archives : Lucknow-Travel

About traveling to lucknow and local commute.

Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary- Nature at its Best

  The mysteries of nature have always intrigued the human race that constantly strives to unearth the hidden secrets of the world. An excursion to a wildlife sanctuary can take us closer to this world and refresh our senses from the monotony of everyday life. India has number of renowned wildlife sanctuaries with flora and […]

Pleasure Trips around Lucknow: Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary

With the onset of winters in Lucknow, the city begins to feel the need to go out and celebrate the seasonal change. The ideal time to go on a pleasure trip is the time when the pink winters just begin to set the mood. One of the closest and most sought after destination for Lucknowites […]


Lucknow city has a history of Mughal and Nawabi dominance which was predominantly Muslim. It is interesting to note that the Nawabs of Awadh too, followed the style of Akbar, the secular Mughal King, to place their trust in the Hindus for a solid foundation to their empire. The Nawabs are said to have raised and […]

The Majestic Kothis of Lucknow

The architecture of Lucknow city has won world-wide recognition and fame for the city. The place is rich in cultural and architectural heritage so much so that it has become an intrinsic partof the city and its people. The regal charm of Lucknow is fuelled by the royal construction and architecture that gives the city […]

The Dudhwa National Park- Natures Delight

An excursion trip from Lucknow to the Dudhwa National Park will give you the much needed break from the fast paced city life. It offers the peace and tranquillity that you desire coupled with utmost enjoyment and amusement. When we see the birds flying high, the scenic beauty of dense forests, the various animals, it all reminds us of the existence […]

Picture of Entrance at Dudhwa national park India

Pleasure trips around Lucknow: Dudhwa Tiger Reserve

  Not too far from Lucknow, the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is the best place for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city life. The Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, located in the Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh on the Indo-Nepal border, is a protected area incorporating Dudhwa National Park, Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary […]

Rahim ke Kulche Nahari: A Treat for the Taste Buds

  Lucknow city has a rich history even when it comes to food that has made its cuisine known all over the world for its scrumptious and unique taste. The very delectable royal cuisine of the city has garnered attention, adulation and repeated visits of people to the city since the times of the Nawabs. […]

Picture taken at Rahim's kulche-nahari eating joint at chowk, lucknow

Picture of Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport Terminal Lucknow India

The Amausi Airport in Lucknow

Lucknow, being the historical and culture capital of Uttar Pradesh, draws thousands of domestic and international visitors every year. The Gomti River flowing through the Awadhi city adds to the city’s historical charisma and laid back characteristic. The city has a modern international airport, top grade railway station, bus depots and private passenger vehicles to […]

Welcome to the City of Nawabs: The Captivating Charbagh Railway Station

Lucknow, rightly called “Bagho’n ka Shehar” boasts of many localities having been suffixed “bagh” (Urdu for garden). Though not many of those baghs remain, the city continues to remember those places by the name of the baghs that had been. Charbagh, a locality towards the south of Lucknow, was known for the four gardens that […]

Picture of the Charbagh Railway Station at Lucknow.

picture of jama masjid at lucknow

The Majestic Appeal of Jama Masjid in Lucknow

      Ancient legacy, culture and rich customs glorify the charm of a particular place. Indian cities such as Hyderabad, Jaipur, Delhi, and Lucknow have a rich past and glorious culture. The historical monuments of a city present an insight into the wonderful past of these places. The Char Minar in Hyderabad, Hawa Mahal […]