Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, is situated on the banks of the River Gomti. The city is a major tourist place of Northern India owing to its association with the dynasty of Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula. The elegance of the Nawabi era has been glorified by historians, poets as well as the spectacular Mughal architecture that includes famous Imambaras, Shahnajaf, Roomi Darwaza and Residency. Lucknowites are known for their Adab culture, legendary hospitality, relaxed life and exquisite Awadh-cuisine that includes kababs biryani and shahi-tukda. Modern Lucknow presents a unique blend of the ancient with the modern where illustrious shopping malls, theme parks and youth fun corners coexist with the old palaces.
Lucknow has always been a rich center of art and learning; many scholars, musicians and poets Mir Anees, Mirza Dabeer and Birju Maharaj were among the famous gems of Lucknow. The magnanimous inheritance of Lucknow has led to its development as a "Centre-of-knowledge". The excellent centers include a number of universities, medical colleges, professional & technical educational institutions. Furthermore a number world renowned research institutions and laboratories add feathers to the city's contribution to knowledge.
The City is well connected by road, train and air from every part of the country. Lucknow has a subtropical climate with a dry warm summer and shivering cold winter. However, an adab (hello) with a smile bring the much needed warmth in Lucknowites in any season.
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