Greetings from Lucknow
On behalf of the organizing committee, it is with great enthusiasm that we invite you to attend the NEUROTRAUMA 2018 conference, to be held in LUCKNOW from 17th-19th AUGUST 2018.
Lucknow, also known as the Golden City of the East and the Constantinople of India, is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh and lies in the middle of the Heritage Arc. This bustling city, famed for its Nawabi era finesse and amazing food, is a unique mix of the ancient and the modern. It is home to extraordinary monuments depicting a fascinating blend of Awadhi as well as colonial architecture.
Literature, cuisine and artistic culture put Lucknow a cut above the rest of India. Chikan embroidery and zardozi have made Lucknow a brand in global fashion. Kebabs and Biryani are the two lip-smacking delicacies that beckon visitors again and again from across the globe.
We look forward to welcoming you in Lucknow for NEUROTRAUMA 2018.
Incredible Uttar Pradesh
- Rumi Darwaza
- Asafi Imambara (Bara Imambara)
- Chhota Imambara
- Jama Masjid
- Clock Tower
- Hussainabad Picture Gallery
- Shahnajaf Imambara
- Kaiserbagh Palace Complex
- Tombs of Saadat Ali Khan & Khurshid Zadi
- Shaheed Smarak (Martyrs’ Memorial) Dilkusha
- Lord Hanuman Temple in Aliganj
- National Botanical Research Institute
- Churches, Jain & Buddha Temples
- Chhatar Manzil
- Kukrail Reserve Forest
- Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Prani Udyan(Zoo)
- State Museum
- Lok Kala Sangrahalaya
- Motilal Nehru Children’s Museum
- Gandhi Museum
- Regional Science City
- Dargah-e-Sabri Kalagaon (Arts Village), Anora
- Temples and Forts
- Dewa Sharif
Lucknow’s Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport (15 km from Hazratganj) is directly connected by regular flights from Delhi, Patna, Kolkata, Mumbai, Varanasi, Hyderabad nationally and from Sharjah, Muscat, Riyadh, Jeddah and Dubai globally.
A major railway junction, Lucknow is conveniently linked with prominent cities through Northern Railway and North Eastern Railway. Major railway stations are Charbagh Lucknow Junction, Lucknow City Junction, Aishbagh, Badshahnagar, Daliganj, Amausi, Mahibullapur and Malhaur.
Travelling to Lucknow by road from neighbouring cities is also a viable option. Several luxury, deluxe and state buses are available for Lucknow at regular interval from Kanpur (90 km), Delhi (550 km), Agra (366 km) and Varanasi (320 km), among others. From Delhi, one can board a Volvo bus from ISBT Anand Vihar that takes about 9 to 10 hours via Taj Express Highway/Yamuna Expressway.
Ah, the Awadhi cuisine! A delectable array of savoury and sweet dishes that is more than just food – it is history on a platter ! Our must have list includes the following delicacies
- Variety of Kebabs including Seekh, Shami, Galavati
- Lucknowi Biryani
- Basket Chaat
- Shahi Tukda
- Malai Makkhan
The main shopping areas in the city are Hazratganj (Sunday closed), Aminabad (Thursday closed), Chowk (Thursday closed), Narhi (Monday closed), Kaiserbagh (Thursday closed), Alambagh (Thursday closed), Aliganj (Wednesday closed), Indira Nagar (Wednesday closed) and Gomti Nagar (Wednesday closed).
Weekly flea markets are held in Nakkhas (Sunday), Sadar (Saturday), Nishatganj (Wednesday) and Aminabad (Thursday).
Prominent Shopping Malls are West-End, Fun Republic, Riverside, Phoenix, Saharaganj and SRS City Mall.
Lucknow is known for its sarees, chikan embroidery, zari work, handicraft, leather purses, hand crafted shoes and soft toys.
Indira Gandhi Pratishthan
Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar,Lucknow