Lucknow is the largest city of Uttar Pradesh and it is the second largest city in North India after Delhi. Hindi and Urdu are the common languages which are spoken in this city. The city is also known as ‘City of Nawabs’. Living in Lucknow is not very costly in terms of food, housing, and other common expenses. For Lucknowis’ this city is not just for them it is a feeling. They are proud of their culture and rich food. According to the survey conducted by ‘IMRB International’ Lucknow is the second happiest city in India. As of November 15, 2017, that is merely 70 days into its operations, the Lucknow Metro has crossed the 10 lakh mark in terms of ridership.
- Beautiful city: Lucknow is one of the beautiful city of India with tall buildings, historical monuments, and greenery. Lucknow has many iconic buildings which were built during Mughal and British era. The Uttar Pradesh organizes a “Heritage walk” for the tourists covering most of the popular monuments. Ghanta Ghar in Lucknow is the tallest clock tower of India.
- Lucknowis’: People of Lucknow are satisfied with their quality of life. They also prefer their place to be less crowded. The city of Adab and Nawabs, Lucknowis are polite and courteous to every other people. Also hanging out with lucknowi is awesome they will never let you feel bored, they one or the other incidents or jokes to tell. The heart of Lucknowis is as big as an ocean. You also cannot find as many parks in a single city as you do in Lucknow. Globe Park, Buddha Park, Hathi Park, Nimbu Park, Lohia Park, Ambedkar Park, Samajik Parivartan Sthal Park and many others.
- Happy City: According to the survey conducted by ‘IMRB International’ Lucknow is the second happiest city in India. Living in Lucknow is better than other metro cities like Delhi, Chennai, and Bangalore etc. where the people are always in stress. Lucknow is found to be better than other cities in areas such as food, transit, and overall citizen satisfaction.
- Food: From street to high profile restaurants and hotels Lucknow has got it all. The food of Lucknow is beyond tasty. Tundey Kabbabi, Prakash Kulfi and a number of street vendors in Aminabad market.
- Education: Lucknow is the home to the number of various prestigious institute that includes Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIM-L), Indian Institute of Technology Lucknow (IIT-L), Institute of Hotel Management Lucknow (IHM-L), Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), University of Lucknow and many more. So if you are living in the city you don’t migrate to other cities for your studies.
- Athletic: Lucknow is the Headquarter for the Badminton Association of India. Junior level Badminton players receive their training in Lucknow after which they are sent to Bangalore. Also, The Lucknow Race Course in Lucknow Cantonment is spread over 70.22 acres (28.42 ha); the course’s 3.2 km(2.0 mi) long race track is the longest in India.
- Climate: Climate in Lucknow is mostly pleasant. Well it’s neither too hot not too cold in Lucknow. The climate is just perfect.
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