There is more to Lucknow than Nawabs and Kababs.
*Muskuraiye Ki Aap Lucknow Mein Hain*
The Lucknow Charbagh Railway station, which in its aerial view looks like a lego board, (all the pillars and domes appearing to be the pieces of lego) welcomes you with these happy words. Lucknow is not just a city, but a vibrant amalgam of craft, culture and cuisine. Visitors never cease to get enchanted by the treasures this city holds in its bosom, be it the trademark Chikankari embroidery, Tunday Kababs, perfumes and scents, old buildings that have survived the test of time, or the politeness and good nature that every resident has imbibed in his nature.
Inspired by such stories of Lucknow, our OYO Explorers decided to visit this city and sent back this wonderful video that perfectly captures its soul. Do watch it and share your thoughts.
© OYO Rooms 2015
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