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Explore the tranquil side of Lucknow as you walk along THESE 5 ghats of River Gomti!

As per folklore, the story of Lucknow traces its origins to the times of Ramayan and expanding upon this rich cultural heritage, are the ghats of Gomti River, situated in Lucknow. Famous among locals for their architectural nuances and placid scenery, these ghats play myriad roles- ranging from cremation sites to backdrops for film shootings.

Hence, it is only appropriate that a list of these tranquil banks is created, for all those who feel like exploring the City of Nawabs in its entirety. So tag along with us as we catalogue 5 of the famous ghats of Lucknow, that you should know about and visit when the situation permits!

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Alarmed by the anticipation of the third pandemic wave and its expected effects on children, Lucknow's Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences had started multifaceted preparations. As per the latest developments, the healthcare centre will now be providing ventilator facilities for young infants weighing as little as 2.5 kgs. Usually, such resources are not available for newborns but the hospital has deployed extensive efforts aiming to protect lives, in every possible way.

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Lucknow University staff to bear the educational expenses of pandemic-orphaned pupils!

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Parks governed by LDA in Lucknow to reopen from June 14

Revoking an almost 2 month-long ban, Lucknow Development Authority has declared that all parks under its supervision will be opened for the public from June 14 onwards. As a part of this, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Park, Janeshwar Mishra Park, Joggers Park, Smriti Upvan and all other LDA parks shall start welcoming visitors from Monday. According to the statement released by the authority, citizens will be permitted within these campuses from 7 AM to 6:30 PM.

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