Bada and Chhota imambara are ine of the main attractions of Lucknow though there are about 60+ monuments in Lucknow which are listed by Archaelogical survey dept of India. Some of the monuments are now converted in offices and schools.
April,2017 वक्त की हो धूप या तेज़ हो आँधियाँ, कुछ क़दमों के निशाँ कभी नहीँ खोते Bhimbetka is a group of rock shelters part of scattered sandstone formation in Vindhyachal range of mountains near […]
It was my day 3 of travel into Delhi. I was on way back from Uttarakhand and landed at old Delhi Railway station in morning. My flight to Bangalore was at 9 PM so […]
Kotla Firuz Shah is designated in history as Delhi’s fifth City. After seeing Purana Quila I came out and visited Khair-ul- Manazil Mosque (by Akbar) and Sher Shah gate in front of Purana […]
There are 13 historical gates remaining in Delhi but Khooni Darwaza (Bloody Gate or red gate) seems this gate is most famous among all. Surprising locals identify Kotal Feruz Shah with this gate […]
Qutb Complex is the best monument to understand few first muslim rulers and involution of architecture and art from stone to brick work, usage of Hindu art to splendid arabic and persian art of […]