CM new push to make Lucknow city to a “Smart City

The culture of Lucknow is still very much alive and retains its old world charm even today. Popularly known as the City of Nawabs, Lucknow is famous for its traditional cuisine, fine arts and the most courteous people you will ever find in India. The people of Lucknow are among the warmest and the most courteous people in India. They are known to be very soft spoken and treat guests like Gods.


In Lucknow, languages differ from region to region. Among the most common languages of Lucknow is Hindi, which is spoken all over India.

The city is witnessing its biggest makeover along its bypass Shaheed Path, to become modern and contemporary giving most metros a run for their money. Akhilesh Yadav announced to the public, “Very soon, a new Lucknow is coming up with medical facilities, sports hub, training centre for engineering students, malls and residences all located along the Shaheed Path.” This project boasts of all world class facilities like a super speciality Cancer Institute with 500 beds, a 100-acre IT city which can train and recruit many engineering students within campus, an international cricket stadium with seating capacity of about 70,000 and several multi-storey residential projects and commercial complexes all on one premises. A 200-bed special care hospital for mother and child care near Shaheed Path is equipped to provide best medical facilities to the patients along with its most refined and experienced doctors from KGMU and SGPGI to teach students.

Foundation stone of city’s largest mall Shaan-E-Awadh- which would bring the world’s biggest brands under one roof. People would experience never before facilities at this mall with many high-end restaurants, gyms, gaming zones, 3-screen multiplex and more. The area would also witness UP’s biggest milk processing centre with 2 big companies setting up plant here. AMUL has already built a milk processing plant of 5 lakh litre capacity per day while Parag has set up a training centre for its soon to be established 3 lakh litre milk processing plant.


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