Lucknow: Memories of a City
Oxford University Press, 1997 - History - 299 pages
This collection of pieces looks at 150 years of Lucknow's recent history, from its rise to grandeur during the Nawabi days to its political preeminent position today.
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The Awadh Regime the Mughals and the Countryside
Awadh and the English East India Company
Lucknow City of Dreams
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