Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, is counted amidst the major metropolitan city of India. The city is very generously and beautifully covered with British Raj–era buildings, which is inclusive of the famous Residency. Since the city rose to eminence as the home of the ‘Nawabs of Avadh’, it is comprehensively known as the ‘city of nawabs’. The ‘nawabs’ were the great patrons of the culinary and other arts specifically dance and music. Apart from this, distillery chemicals, aeronautics, machine tools, Chikan embroidery and furniture are the chief industries of Lucknow. Moreover, it is the sixth fastest growing job-creating cities in India as per the study steered by Assocham Placement Pattern
Theology and Culture
‘The city of tehzeeb’, Lucknow encompasses people who are courteous and have a certain sort of warmth. The cultural heritage of Lucknow is pretty much inclined by the Mughal era and it still retains its old charm. Whether it is the pleasant music, mouth-watering cuisine, the dance forms or the language spoken here, each and everything of Lucknow has that majestic appeal in it. Although the official language of Lucknow is Urdu, but there are many other languages that are spoken here such as Awadhi, Bhojpuri, Braj, Koshali, and Koeli. Galawati Kebab, Boti Kabab, Tunday Kebab, Rogan Josh, Lucknowi Biryani, Tokri Chaat, Paya Ki Nihari, Malai Ki Gilori, Sheermals, Lucknawi paan, and Prakash Ki Kulfi are the “must taste” meals of Lucknow.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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