We had crossed this mosque known as Teele Wali Masjid (Mosque on the Mound) many a times while going to Chowk, but it never occurred to us that this location has an important role to play in the history of Lucknow. … More Explore Lucknow – Teele Wali Masjid (mosque), the Unknown Gem, its role in the history of Lucknow
A One time Visit Option Good option for heavy eaters. Slightly taxing on tummy for light eaters like us, but once in a while can go for such indulgences. Like their starters (both non vegetarian and vegetarian) but the menu is repetitive. Main Course is nothing great (but who bothers about main course when starters … More Barbecue Nation – Lucknow
Finally a good option to have South Indian food. … More Sagar Ratna – Indira Nagar, Lucknow
An Imambada built in 1838 CE with extensive use of Islamic Calligraphy (Imambada is a building used by Shia Muslims, the practitioners of Shia Islam (2nd largest branch of Islam) for the purpose of Azadari – azadari, the practices/rituals related to mourning and lamentation commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (Husayn ibn Ali) grandson of Prophet Mohammed in the battle of Karbala, which takes place in the period of Muharram.) … More Explore Lucknow – Chota (small) Imambada or Hussainabad Imamabara
Vedi Complex – The only surviving remnant of all the sacrificial places in India. Part of UNESCO World Heritage Site – Kumbhalgarh Fort … More Vedi Complex (Vedi Parisar), Kumbhalgarh – The only surviving remnant of all the sacrificial places in India.
More than 500 year old Shiva temple with 6 ft tall Shivaling…. … More Neelkanth Mahadev Temple Kumbhalgarh – The ancient Shiva temple with a unique Shivling
What is known today as Harshad mata temple was originally a temple not dedicated to goddess. The 7-8 century temple was destroyed by Mahmud Ghaznavi. It is under ASI now. The goddess idol in the dilapidated Girbh Griha & the #Shiva #Linga along with #Nandi in front courtyard of this east facing temple is fairly recent installation by the locals to claim their part … More Decoding the dilapidated temple at Abhaneri – Harshad Mata Temple
Staying at Devendra Garh was like staying with friends or extended family. The Hiran’s were friendly and ensured the comforts of their guests (mostly families).
Devendra Garh on the website mentions itself as a paying guest house – it is much more than that. I have seen many homestay options and also many bed and breakfast options – Devendra Garh is much more than that. It is like a small boutique accommodation option which is well managed. We had a delightful experience at Devendra Garh. We are sure that this would be our first choice for accommodation in all our visits to Udaipur. … More A home away from home – Devendra Garh Udaipur
Was reminded of those circuit houses & Daak bungalows of the pasts while staying at Jai Niwas. Lot of open space big room big washroom safety features like electronic locker parking facility in the premises decent in house dining option all this & many other features make it a good choice for family accommodation & that too at a moderate price … More A Peaceful Hamlet in the midst of chaos
London Eye an engineering marvel won Institution of Structural Engineers Special Award 2001. It is also known as the Millennium wheel and costed £70 million. … More Explore London – London Eye