Lucknow, Then and Now
Rosie Llewellyn-Jones, Ravi Kapoor
Marg Publications, 2003 - History - 148 pages
Focuses On Less Known Aspects Of Lucknow Life And History-The Present Day Attractions Of The City, The Bazaar, Debetable Foods, Its Craftspeople, The Architecture From Imambaras And Karbalas To Victorian, Edwardian And Modernist Structure, Educational Institutions And The Charm Of 18Th And 19Th Century Faizahed And Lucknow Preserved In Paintings And Photographs. Has 3 Sections The Living City, Secular And Religious Institutions And The Visual Arts-The Chapters Past A Lively Range Of Subjects.
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