Lucknow is the capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh. This city is also known as the city of Nawabs, where nawabs means the ancient rulers of this city. This city is famous for the way guests are treated and for the courteous behaviour of its people. Lucknow, was formerly named Avadh or Oudh, it was the centre of the Nawabs. The city lies near the Gomti river. Most of the historical monuments are located in the north-western part of the old city.
Location: Lucknow is situated in the upper Gangetic plains of India.
Rainfall 44 cm. (July to September)
Climate: Summer: 45 °C - 29 °C Winter: 21.1 °C - 11.1 °C
Best Time: September to May
How to reach Lucknow :
By Air: Amausi airport is 14 km from city centre. Daily flights connect Delhi and other cities are also connected.
By Rail: Lucknow is serviced by the Northern and NE Railway networks. Charbagh Station, 3km from town centre.
By Road: Extensive network and UP Roadways provide buses mostly local and some out of town from Char Bagh.
Lucknow Centre GSI Training Institute, A-Block, 9th Floor, Vasundhara Sector-E, Aligunj LUCKNOW – 226 024 Ph : 0522-2329695 Fax: 0522-2323863
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