LUCKNOW: A known hide-out for lovebirds in the present day, Dilkusha Palace was a favourite of the nawabs and their ladies too. Anecdotes of nawabs were recounted at a culture trail organised by INTACH's Lucknow chapter as part of the World Heritage ... Times of India, 5 days ago
LUCKNOW: Their maiden visit to the Chhatar Manzil reminded them of one of the primary lessons in architecture — Rome was not built in a day. The sentiment ruled the mind of young conservation architect Shweta and her team who have come on behalf ...Times of India, 1 week ago
Rosie Llewellyn-Jones's latest book, The Last King in India, will be launched in Calcutta on Sunday. Soumitra Das has a few questions about the book on Wajid Ali Shah for the author. How did you develop an interest in Lucknow, its culture and ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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