Lucknow Metro saves 2 lakh litres of water every year through its harvesting projects!

On the occasion of World Water Day, learn about UPMRC hailed Lucknow Metro's dediaction and achievments!

In recent times, Lucknow Metro has evolved as one of the most enterprising local transit systems in the country. As per the latest announcements of Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation, Lucknow Metro has successfully implemented rainwater harvesting initiatives, collecting and using 2 lakh litres of rainwater every year. On the occasion of World Water Day, the metro authority released these statistics through its social media platform.

Lucknow Metro's committed efforts towards water conservation

While the metro rails in Lucknow have definitely eased local commute for city dwellers, the station complexes housing an array of facilities, make the metro, the most well-equipped means of transport in the city. With well-furnished interiors and sufficient parking spaces, Lucknow Metro makes sure that maximum benefits accrue to its beneficiaries. Subsequently, the metro authorities have also executed initiatives for upgrading the environment and the surrounding ecosystem. As a part of it, comes this innovative rainwater harvesting scheme which has assuredly enhanced water conservation in the city.

UPMRC declared that the objective of Lucknow Metro is to also ensure water conversation as much as possible. Through efficient storage, Lucknow Metro has made over 2 lakh litres of rainwater available for a varied range of alternate usage. Given the proactive initiative, it can be easily observed that the metro authorities in Lucknow are strongly committed to a better tomorrow.

Choose the eco-friendly metro for a cleaner and greaner Lucknow!

Beating the usual fuel-run vehicles, Lucknow Metro is not only cost-effective but also an environment-friendly means of local travel. Curbing the pollution levels and facilitating comfortable and upgraded journeys for local commuters, Lucknow Metro serves a range of purposes. Thus, if you opt for this rapid transit system, you mark your contributions towards a safe and secure tomorrow too.

Alternatively, this becomes more important as a recent report released by IQAir placed Lucknow on the 9th rank amongst the list of most polluted cities in the world. While Lucknow Metro's efforts in this direction are clearly visible, the city residents need to be more responsible and aware of the current circumstances.

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Regal & divine, THESE 7 lesser-known Imambadas of Lucknow are a testament to Awadh's rich past!

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Lucknow's widely popular Bada and Chhota Imambadas are a part and parcel of the city's heritage tourism but going beyond them, there are more than a dozen of such structures which require our equal attention. Once teeming with flocks of people for a variety of events and gatherings, these archaic establishments have lost their significance through the course of time. Repositories of forgotten days, here are 7 lesser-known imambadas from the City of Nawabs, that guarantee you a finer exploration of Lucknow's legacy!

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Check out this list of homestyle meal delivery services operating across Lucknow!

These services are available for all those who are staying indoors, be it for any reason.

Given the swelling second wave of the ongoing pandemic, scores of COVID-19 victims have been instructed to isolate themselves at home. For most of such patients across Lucknow, eating right is absolutely crucial at the moment and to aid this functionality, there are several food delivery services operating across the city. Consequently, we have congregated a comprehensive list of food delivery services in Lucknow, that are providing homestyle meals at economical rates to people in quarantine and isolation.

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Your post-pandemic retail therapy plan should include a day at Bapu Bazar in Jaipur!

A popular tourist attraction, Bapu Bazaar is a show-stopper shopping destination in Jaipur!

While Jaipur stands as one of the most popular shopping destinations among tourists, the city's Bapu Bazar steals the show as a hotspot of shopaholics! This street market offers the best of traditional Rajasthani and Jaipuri artefacts, handcrafted with utmost care. A star-seller of juttis, this is THE place in the Pink City to get genuine leather products at throwaway prices. So what are you waiting for, add this one-stop shopping locale to your travel list now!

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