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Lucknow City is popularly known as the “the city of Nawabs”. Situated on the banks of the river Gomti, it dates back to the time of the Suryavanshi dynasty. Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, was founded by Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula. In the olden times, it served as the Capital of the Nawabs of Awadh and it is one of the reason why is is also called as the City of the Nawabs. The era of the Nawabs bestowed Lucknow with the courteous culture as well as mouthwatering delicacies for which it is famous today.
Even after witnessing tremendous modernization, Lucknow has managed to retain its age-old charm and glory. The warmth, the hospitality and the formality of the city has still not been lost. The era of the nawabs also gifted Lucknow with the literature, music, dance and arts and crafts that draw tourists here. In fact it was in the streets of the city only that Tabla and Sitar were born.It is also having monuments (Imambara, Baradari, Residence etc.) of Historical importance with intricate carving from Mugal Period to the structures created during British period. The City of Lucknow has a magical charm surrounding it. Be it its delicious cuisine or its heart melting culture, the city leaves an everlasting impression on its visitors. It is one of the few places where one can still find people saying “Aap”, “Janab”, “Pehle Aap” etc. Even though flats have replaced Nawabi mansions, the city is still as charismatic as before. So, feel Lucknow and lose yourself in the magic and allure of the City. Today, Lucknow is a vibrant city that is witnessing an economic boom and is among the top ten fastest growing non-major-metropolitan cities of India. It is the second largest city in Uttar Pradesh State. The Unique combination of its cultured grace and newly acquired ace is its most promising feature that angurs well for the future.
A TRIBUTE TO THE VISIONARIES
Sri Roop Chand Agarwal and subsequently his son Sri Ramji Lal Agarwal struggled hard through out their lives to establish the ideals of . They strived hard for the welfare of the society at large. They cherished the dream of inculcating moral values in the younger generation through exposure to proper education & ethics to develop this great nation. Thus, to fulfill the dreams of their ancestors, the present generation visualized and established Roop Chand Ramji Lal Education Trust.