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Maybe it is just the color of the walls but this place is so Mughal or Indian in its architecture. Be careful if you suffer from vertigo! The internal design is not my type but I love exploring places like this one. The corridor that greets you before the main chamber has this cooling effect on you with its pale green interiors, high painted ceiling and the colorful lamps that hang from it.
Stories from guides are often much more interesting than the actual story.
Bara Imambara – Wikipedia
This is such a beautiful place. All civilizations from past have managed to do it.
Dearest Joshi, It always bhoo, puzzling how in the world did they manage to build such luxurious buildings and gardens while the little man was struggling for daily food.
Half-day Private City Tour in Lucknow.
Decrypting the Crypt: Bhool Bhulaiya at Bara Imambara in Lucknow
The dank interiors definitely do not help the cause but in the end, that does makes the labyrinth so deadly. Shoes off and bare feet on a scorching floor outside the Bara Imambara, is enough to get anyone to rush right into the building.
Glad you liked the article. Somali K Chakrabarti July 29, at 1: Nice post hhool superb pics. Definitely on my list. Reach a little before 9 and explore the entire complex as there are many more places to see and photograph. Come to Lucknow again and I will be your host this time. Thanks for sharing these breathtaking images! Siddhartha Joshi February 7, at 8: Give it a shot. What is an Imambara? My travel stories have also, got published on various websites and magazines including Lonely Planet India and Jetwings.
The Legend of Bhool Bhulaiya at Bada Imambara in Lucknow
They exist but have been sealed after a period of long disuse as well as fears over the disappearance of people who had reportedly gone missing, while exploring but still the reality has not been checked. Thanks for stopping by. Lucknow, how long will you evade me? It sure is unique and lovely. A small backpack with camera, chocolates and water would be sufficient for the trip. However, one can only admire such great architecture!
Thanks lucknoa sharing your experiences. Thank you for sharing. And when I cannot travel physically, I travel virtually through this travel blog. Seeing places like this make me want to visit India!
I do hope you get to see it for yourself one day. Nisha July 17, at I would love to know more about your visit too. I have not seen any modern architect or student doing PhD on this magnificent and mysterious building.
Hari OM Fabulous – what adds to the beauty is actually the rain – gives a depth of colour often missing in the heat!