is situated on the banks of the Gomti River. Lucknow is the cultural
center of northern India where people are too polite and have their own
charming culture and tradition. Lucknow is also famous for its, jewelry
silks, perfumes and mouth-watering nawabi cuisines. Lucknow, the capital
city of Uttar Pradesh, is popularly known as the 'the city of Nawabs'.
Lucknow city was founded by Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula. In the past
times, it provided as the capital of the nawabs of Awadh and it is one
of the reasons why it is also called as the city of the Nawabs. Lucknow
tourism gets one closer to the glorious day's city, through a visit to
its several monuments and ruins. The capital city of Lucknow has
a magical attraction surrounding it. The city of Lucknow leaves an
everlasting impression on its visitors. Lucknow, the capital city of
Uttar Pradesh, is one of the few places where one can still find people
saying 'aap', 'janab', 'pehle aap', etc.
Lucknow Council House is situated in the Lucknow,
the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. Council House is also known as the
Vidhan Sabha Bhawan. In 1922, the foundation stone of this
remarkable building was laid by Sir Harcourt Butler. It was specially
made of Mirzapur Uttar Pradesh Stone which adds beauty to the
Council House both in the interiors and exteriors. It took six years to
complete. Lucknow Council House is octagonal in shape and the chamber's
roof has an auditorium which is decorated finely with the national bird
peacock in the completely plumed way. It attracts many of the tourists.