City administration has definitely settled your long-awaited plans for an all-girl outing on March 8!
As a cheering present for the auspicious occasion of International Women's Day, females in Lucknow will be permitted free entry in Bada Imambada, Chhota Imambada and Picture Gallery on March 8. Announced in a joint order issued by the District Magistrate and Hussainabad and Allied Trust, this decision will mark the special day dedicated to women by allowing them free tours of historical monuments, administered by these bodies.
Monuments to witness huge crowds on Women's Day
While the capital city is already expecting a long schedule of events for the upcoming week under the State government's Mission Shakti program, the latest order dated March 6 has only up-scaled the festivities. Given this announcement, the three ancient complexes in the city are sure to witness huge crowds on Women's Day. It is noteworthy that the Archaeological Survey of India has also allowed free entry for women in the Taj Mahal and other protected monuments in Agra, reportedly.
A day at the city's favourite historical hideouts!
Known for its architectural affluence and historical appeal, Bada Imambada is frequented by a huge number of locals and tourists. Placed close to it, Chhota Imambada is equally enticing with its store of archaic semblances. Beautifully complementing these monuments is the Hussainabad Picture Gallery which houses alluring symbols of Lucknow's Nawabi heritage. If you have not traversed through these captivating complexes, this is the best time.
While each day counts to appreciate females for the myriad ways in which they bless this world, the city authorities have definitely offered a joyous women's day gift for all you ladies in town! Extrovert or introvert, as you may be, you would definitely agree that an all-girl gang outings surely accounts for unrivalled memories. So, call up your mates and plan a visit, right away!