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Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, is ranked high among the places to experience Indian culture and heritage. The city boasts of a distinctive culture due to the amalgamation of Hindu & Muslim cultures. Furthermore, many literary & performing arts flourished here. The heritage city of India is also famous for its craftsmanship and painting styles.

Other places to experience Indian culture and heritage in Uttar Pradesh:

Agra: Agra is another heritage city of India that was founded in the 16th century by Sikander Lodhi and was later captured by the Mughals. Before this the region was also ruled by Rajput rulers. Each of these influenced the city’s culture and the impact of all can be seen in Agra’s architecture, art, crafts, music, dance and even food. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Jama Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri, Itmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb, Sikandra Fort, Moti Masjid and Mehtab Bagh are the tourist places in Agra that speak volumes about the rich cultural heritage of the city.

Ayodhya: The Ram Bhoomi has been a city where different religions flourished. Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism and Islam have majorly influenced the culture of the city. From Chakravarti Maharaj Dashrath Mahal & Nageshwarnath Temple of Hindu significance to the demolished Babri Masjid of Muslim importance; the tourist attractions in Ayodhya present an amalgamation of different religions and cultures.

Rishikesh: Rishikesh is one of the religious places in India that holds prime importance for the Hindus. The influence of Hinduism can clearly be seen in the city’s heritage. In addition to the aartis done by Hindu priests, there’s also meditation & yoga that contribute majorly to the city’s culture.

Varanasi: Images of temples, riverside ghats, colorful markets, and saffron-clad priests come to the mind when one thinks of the Hindu city of Varanasi. The Ganga aartis in the evening and the 5-day classical music & dance extravaganza during the Ganga Mahotsav form major part of the city’s culture. Furthermore, this heritage city of India is famous for its ghats that are lined with thousands of diyas during the Diwali season.


Lucknow: The city of the Nawabs
What’s special: Bara Imambara, Chhota Imambara, Rumi Darwaza, Dilkusha Kothi, and British Residency Complex are the most popular tourist places in Lucknow.

For a walk through the city’s culture: The city’s rich architecture has been influenced by the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughals, the Nawabs of Awadh, and even the British. In addition to the places to visit in Lucknow mentioned earlier, there are Chhattar Manzil, Husainabad Clock Tower, Sikander Bagh, Satkhanda, Begum Hazrat Mahal Park, Shahi Baoli, Jama Masjid, and Butler Palace. Tourists can also take a walk through history at the State Museum and the Picture Gallery.

Food in Lucknow: The local Awadhi cuisine is totally drool-worthy. Some of the popular dishes of the Awadhi cuisine are:
Indian breads: Ulte tawe ka parantha, Varki, and Sheermal
Non-veg dishes: Galawati Kabab, Boti Kabab, Tunday Kabab, Nihari Gosht, Rogan Josh, and Lucknowi Biryani
Veg dishes: Tokri Chaat, Malai Ki Gilori, Lucknowi paan, Kulfi Falooda, and Navratan Korma

How to reach
By air: Daily flights of major domestic airlines from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Bangalore, Patna, and other important cities serve Lucknow. The city airport is located 14 km from the city center.
By rail: Lucknow Railway Station at Charbagh is well-connected with other major Indian cities by a strong railway network. Alamnagar, Gomti Nagar, and Aishbagh junction are other railway stations serving the city.
By road: Buses are available from Varanasi, Allahabad, Kanpur, Agra, Jhansi, Delhi, and other nearby cities.


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