India remains one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. Apart from its many religions and sects, India is home to innumerable castes and tribes, as well as to more than a dozen major and hundreds of minor linguistic groups from several language families unrelated to one another. Religious minorities, including Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains, still account for a significant proportion of the population; collectively, their numbers exceed the populations of all countries except China.
India has 22 official languages. According to Census of India, the total number of mother tongues spoken in India is 1652.
India is the fastest growing economy with growing at 7.4% in 2018 which will rise to 7.8% in 2019.
A country where nature, architecture, and culture abound, India is also the most preferred Yoga destination to visit for international tourists. The Vedic culture of India attracts people from different parts of the world.
Compared to other parts of the world, India offers low cost of education which makes it accessible to anyone from other countries and makes it a wise financial choice.
The sobriquet by which Lucknow has become popular is the city of Nawabs. It has been renowned as a cultural hub where appreciation for various cultures and artists by the city's patrons also imparted the title “City of Tehzeeb” to Lucknow. The beautiful gardens, the exquisite cuisine, the refined culture and the rich historical traditions were appreciated and cared for by the historic rulers, the Nawabs of the city. The traditional Lucknow Chikan embroidery dress is world famous and have taken the name of the city to far places.
The city is easily accessible easily from any part of India. There are multiple options while travelling to Lucknow. The airport in Lucknow is the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. It is located 14 KM from the city and have regular domestic flights between the other major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Patna etc. There are regular flights to many international destinations as well. For travel by road, Lucknow is very well connected to the cities of Delhi, Kanpur, Agra, Allahabad etc. The major highways make travel by road option easy. Also being an important city, Lucknow is well connected by railways as well. There are two main railway junction stations in Lucknow. The first one is located at Lucknow city Center and the other at Charbagh which is at a distance of 3 KM from the city centre.
Lucknow has managed to keep the old world charm intact all the while thriving as a centre for modern trades like retail, manufacturing, commerce etc. It is less expensive than the metro cities of India and truly a multicultural city. The city welcomes all and guarantees a good time for all those who spend their time here.
Lucknow being a hub of education and research, there is huge scope for career opportunities available to the students and working professionals. The connectedness of the city with Delhi and the National Capital region makes the city one of the most attractive options for Corporate recruiters to scout for talent. The mobility offered by the city makes it one of the most attractive options for students all over India.