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Lucknow Street Food
Lucknow Street Food : Lucknow-the city of Nawabs is known for its rich history, culture, art and most importantly for a non-vegetarian foodie, the city is known for being a non-vegetarian's paradise with its gobsmacking street food. The streets of Lucknow have a lot to offer and especially if you are soul searching for some of the best non-vegetarian food. The old narrow lanes of Lucknow serves as a testament to the glorious history of the city, and the…
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Top-5 Weekend Getaways from Lucknow : Lucknow is highly admired for its developed taste of arts, a refined sense of 'Tehzeeb', and some incredibly great sites to visit. However, looking beyond the city's border can pay off well for this weekend. There are plenty of exquisite places to explore around Lucknow. Whether you are looking forward to having a relaxing weekend away from home or want to give a nudge to the aesthetic in you through soaking in the natural beauty,…
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anandi water park lucknow
Anandi Water Park, Lucknow : While many may not be aware, but the experience of being on a beach or a water park during the rainy season is exhilarating. Today we are going to share information on Anandi Water Park in Lucknow. Known to be the biggest water park of North India, Anandi Water Park has an innumerable number of slider and events. With 32 rides, this water park is certain to pump up the adrenaline flow and thrill the…
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India's Most Polluted Cities
10 Most Polluted Cities of India :   Recent Update:  As per the latest report of World Health Organisation data, Kanpur has topped the list of the most polluted city in India.Faridabad is the second most polluted city, while Varanasi third.  In the recent study held by WHO in 2018, it came to light that while Delhi has seen a marginal decline in level of pollution, the other cities in India have joined the other global cities with the highest levels of particulate…
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Lucknow
10 Reasons to Visit Lucknow at least Once! : The city of Nawabs defines etiquette and civility in the most august manner! Divinely situated along the banks of Gomti River, Lucknow is not only known for its “tehzeeb”, but also for its culture, music, art and poetry. As one of the oldest cities of India, it decorously connects to the history of India, retrograding to the 13th century. After the acquisition of the Nawab of Awadhs, the city rose to the glories of one…
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