Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow (/ˈlʌknaʊ/, Hindustani: ˈləkʰnəuː Lakhnaū) is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and it is also the second largest urban agglomeration in Uttar Pradesh. Lucknow is the administrative headquarters of the eponymous district and division. Having a population of 2.8 million as per 2011 census, it is the eleventh most populous city and the twelfth-most populous urban agglomeration of India. Lucknow has always been a multicultural city that flourished as a North Indian cultural and artistic hub, and the seat of power of Nawabs in the 18th and 19th centuries.[10] It continues to be an important centre of governance, administration, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, music and poetry.

Lucknow stands at an elevation of approximately 123 metres (404 ft) above sea level. The city had an area of 402 km2 (155 square miles) until December 2019, when 88 villages were added to the municipal limits and the area increased to 631 km2 (244 square miles).[14] Bounded on the east by Barabanki, on the west by Unnao, on the south by Raebareli and in the north by Sitapur and Hardoi, Lucknow sits on the northwestern shore of the Gomti River. As of 2008, there were 110 wards in the city. Morphologically, three clear demarcations exist: The Central business district, which is a fully built up area, comprises Hazratganj, Aminabad and Chowk. A middle zone surrounds the inner zone with concrete houses while the outer zone consists of slums.

Historically, Lucknow was the capital of the Awadh region, controlled by the Delhi Sultanate and later the Mughal Empire. It was transferred to the Nawabs of Awadh. In 1856, the British East India Company abolished local rule and took complete control of the city along with the rest of Awadh and, in 1857, transferred it to the British Raj.[16] Along with the rest of India, Lucknow became independent from Britain on 15 August 1947. It has been listed as the 17th-fastest growing city in India and 74th in the world.


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Fleet & Locations has tie up and fleet combined of more than 100 vehicles which operate almost on daily basis from Batla House, Abul Fazal Enclave, Abul Fazal, Zakir Nagar, Shaheen Bagh, Shahin Bagh, Zakir Nagar, Jamia Nagar, Ghaffar Manzil, Okhla, Noor Nagar, Joga Bai, Joga Bai Extension, New Delhi to several places.

Following are some of the routes

From Delhi to Dehradoon
From Delhi to Haridwar
From Delhi to Rishikash
From Delhi to Nanital
From Delhi to Haldwani
From Delhi to Kashipur
From Delhi to Rudrapur
From Delhi to Khattima
From Delhi to Almora
From Delhi to Bageshwar
From Delhi to Pithoragarh
From Delhi to Uttarakhand
From Delhi to Agra
From Delhi to Lucknow
From Delhi to Kanpur
From Delhi to Meerut
From Delhi to Saharanpur
From Delhi to Bijnaur
From Delhi to Moradabad
From Delhi to Baraily
From Delhi to UP
From Delhi to Uttar Pradesh
From Delhi to U.P.
From Dehradoon to Delhi
From Haridwar to Delhi
From Rishikash to Delhi
From Nanital to Delhi
From Haldwani to Delhi
From Kashipur to Delhi
From Rudrapur to Delhi
From Khattima to Delhi
From Almora to Delhi
From Bageshwar to Delhi
From Pithoragarh to Delhi
From Uttarakhand to Delhi
From Agra to Delhi
From Lucknow to Delhi
From Kanpur to Delhi
From Meerut to Delhi
From Saharanpur to Delhi
From Bijnaur to Delhi
From Moradabad to Delhi
From Baraily to Delhi
From UP to Delhi

and vice versa.

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Precautions during travelling

It is suggested that during the travel through car one should:

  1. Keep its gadgets handy and charged
  2. Should not take heavy lunch, breakfast / dinner
  3. Identify and count the baggages
  4. Never leave your belongings unattended or unlocked