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Heading from Lucknow to Varanasi? Here's what all you should know about the City of Lights!

When in Lucknow, we do have an array of getaway choices at our disposal but the charms of Varanasi are such, that we keep gravitating towards this city, irrespective of our count of prior visits. Breathing by the banks of the holy Ganga, Varanasi is claimed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and it is thronged by people from all walks of life! Dotted with domes, temples, ghats, ashrams and swaddled in a mystic aura, the astir alleys of Varanasi are now unbarred for your advent.

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Lucknow Zoo welcomes hordes of visitors once again after a halt of almost two months!

After remaining shut for more than two months owing to the second pandemic wave, the Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden unbolted its locks today, welcoming hordes of visitors and a much-needed escalation in its financial sitch.

Earlier, the monthly footfall at the zoo premises was pegged at less than 1% in contrast to its actual strength, leading to a parched cumulative income. Presently in regards to the relaxations, the Lucknow Zoo can expect a certain degree of financial respite, which would enable the administration to easily procure feed for animals while investing in the security and cleanliness of the campus.

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Catch a break from Lucknow's bustle & head to Kukrail Reserve Forest for a rendezvous with nature

In the rush of our everyday lives, we often miss out on the joys of little things, like being able to sit under a tree to relax and take some time off from the city's usual chaos. So drive to Kukrail Forest to spend a day amidst the greenery here with your friends or fam and a big picnic basket. Lucknow's Kukrail forest provides the perfect location for your day away from the rush of shopping malls and traffics and we bet, you'd want to head out soon after reading about it.

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Approximately 67-km away from Lucknow, there's a botanical 'miracle' piquing our curiosity!

The Parijaat tree of Kintur, Barabanki, is a one-of-a-kind tree that has an origin story tracing back to the Mahabharat. Placed under a peerless category by scientists, this seedless and fruitless tree cannot be propagated by any means known to mankind. If this tree has nudged your scientific curiosity or religious penchants, then plan a visit today to eternally encapsulate this botanical marvel in your memory.

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St. Joseph's Cathedral Church in Lucknow is an oasis of peace, amidst the bustling Hazratganj

Lucknow is a treasure trove of many historically significant structures and venues but what makes this city truly diverse, is the potpourri of cultures which is associated with it. You'll find diversity at every nook and corner of Lucknow, which truly paints this City of the Nawabs in warm shades of cordial acceptance. Similarly, as much as the Bada Imambada in Chowk or the Hanuman Mandir at the University Road is an integral part of it's identity, so is the Cathedral Church in Hazratganj!

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