Lucknow's Glorious Past
Once upon a time, Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, was a cosmopolitan city with a distinct and renowned culture. A sort of 'Paris of the East'. In modern India, Lucknow doesn't get as much attention as it deserves. It has become just another state capital, appearing to lag behind the more prominent Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. But it really shouldn't be that way. A survey, jointly conducted by marketing company IMRB International and electronics company LG, found Lucknow to be one of the happiest cities in the country.
Global Lucknow - Registered Society
|Bina Krishna and Sunita Aron of the GLC|
|Lilia and Igor from Moldova|
|Rodrigo and Vanessa from Chile|
|Indian husband, Brazilian wife. Santosh and Marcia|
|....and others follow|
This enjoyable evening came to an end way too soon, with some refreshments. I hope there'll be lots more gatherings like this in the future.
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Photos: Courtesy of Dr Amrita Dass