Amar Shaheed Path is a branch of the Kanpur-Lucknow highway. It stretches from the Transport Nagar Metro Station all the way up to Shaheed Path Chowk near Ismailganj. Being an integrated part of a national highway, Amar Shaheed Path is an important road of Lucknow. This is one of the reasons why the prices of properties tend to be high here. Many known residencies, hospitals, banks, hotels are located on both the sides of the Amar Shaheed Path.
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Lucknow, commonly called the city of Nawabs, is the capital of Uttar Pradesh. As the largest city of the state, Lucknow was the cultural capital of Northern India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Lucknow is located on the shores of Gomti river and is known for its embroidery works, including the famous ‘chikankari’. A recently growing hub of software and IT, the city also has several renowned research and educational organizations, including the eminent Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. Once a major center for the Indian Rebellion of 1857, Lucknow has been ranked "India's second happiest city" in a survey conducted by IMRB International.