Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, famed for its Nawabi era finesse and amazing food, is a unique mix of the ancient and the modern. With the heart of the Nawabi culture, this city pays tribute to all tastes. The delectable Lucknowi cuisine, aimed primarily at feasting royalty, is an astonishingly rich tradition. Lucknow caters..
Holi is a celebration of colors. A time when nature plays with colors, trees are laden with red green, blue and yellow flowers and whole atmosphere is filled with their fragrance. No festival is complete without its mouth-watering delicacies and holi have its own special dishes sprinkled with fresh condiments. Holi is a time to..
Awadh also referred as ‘Oudh’ at times is derived from Ayodhya and was once among the richest princely states with its capital in Faizabad during the British Empirical Times. It was annexed post the ill-fated collective uprising also renowned as ‘Oudh Campaign’ against the British Empire which they overcame ruthlessly around 1858. This once pristine..
Uttar Pradesh is a synonym for sweetness. From Lucknow to Agra, from Gorakhpur to Faizabad the people of Uttar Pradesh are famed for their absolute charm. They say, “You are what you eat”. Since Uttar Pradesh is home to innumerable sugary delights, it is hardly surprising that the people are living specimens for the word..
For a fantastic tryst with the taste, Uttar Pradesh is a perfect destination. With the chill already in the air, a cup of tea, good company and a delicious Mughlai food is all you need for a great winter evening. As you crave for that extra zing and zest in your food, a Mughlai tint..