VI  International Conference


 Sustainable Energy and Environmental Challenges (VI SEEC)

December 27-29, 2021 (Hybrid Mode)


Organized by

International Society for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (ISEES)




Call for Papers


Technical Program






About Lucknow

Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh was historically known as the Awadh region. Today, it is the administrative headquarters of Lucknow District and Lucknow Division. Fondly known as the ‘City of Nawabs’ or the ‘City of Tehzeeb’, it has always been a city filled with varied cultures. Its beautiful sprawling gardens, polite mannerisms, fine-cuisine, music, and poetry (Shayari), had found a patronage in the Shia Nawabs of the city who loved Persian. The city has been given various other names too, such as The Constantinople of India, Shiraz-i-Hind and the Golden City of the East. Today, it is known as one of the most important cities of the country which is now emerging in various sectors like retailing, manufacturing and commercial. Lucknow city has to offer a unique feature to its travelers, which is a perfect combination of its rich traditions and the modern growth of new-mannerisms. The same is its USP. After Kanpur, it is the second largest city of Uttar Pradesh.

The culture of Lucknow has a great feel and is an amalgamation of complete sophistication, warmth, manners (etiquette), courtesy and a fine taste in standard of living. Many cultural traits of the city have become the landmarks of ‘Tehzeeb’. A lot of importance here is given to dance, music, literature, Urdu poetry and drama. The Nawabs of Awadh are the ones who should be given a credit of this as they had an interest in every walk of life. They appreciated perfection in everything. Lucknow’s cuisine, also known as Awadhi cuisine has a unique- Nawabi style. The major highlights are biryanis, kebabs and some breads (nahari-kulchas, roomali rotis and warqi parathas). Kebabs actually a specialty, are of various types such as Tunde ke Kebabs, Kakori Kebabs, Shami Kebabs, Galawati Kebabs, Boti Kababs, Patili-ke-Kababs, Seekh Kebabs and Ghutwa Kababs. Lucknow can be called a paradise for food lovers.

Lucknow is extremely popular for Chikan and Lucknavi Zardozi. Both of these are two kinds of stylish and delicate Indian embroideries. The export of these rich materials, forms a significant part of the revenue to the city. There is a huge demand of both these handcrafted embroideries, not only in India but in overseas markets as well. Lucknow boasts of being home to various tourist attractions. Roomi gate, Bada Imambada, Shah Mina Shah, Tare Wali Kothi, Dilkusha, Khursheed Manzil, Satkhanda, Shahi Baoli, Nadan Mahal, Banarsi Bagh, Chattar Manzil are some of well-known attractions for tourists.Although the city is flocked by a large number of tourists all round the year but the best time to visit Lucknow is between the months of October to March. This is the peak season in terms of tourism. The other months witness either scorching summers or extremely chilly winters.

About Event Venue (Ramada by Wyndham Lucknow)

Ramada Plaza Lucknow Hotel & Convention Center features thoughtful amenities, comfortable accommodations, and a convenient location off NH 27. Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (LKO) is just 15 kilometers away—take advantage of our airport shuttle for an extra fee. They offer a spa, outdoor infinity pool, and café, as well as extensive event space, including outdoor venues ideal for weddings and other celebrations. Nearby attractions include Chandra Shekhar Azad Bird Sanctuary, Ambedkar Memorial Park, and Bara Imambara. Lucknow’s best business hotel and convention centre is easily accessible by public transport or by car, and is well-connected to the Unnao – Kanpur business district, the Amausi Industrial Zone, Transport Nagar, the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, Lucknow and to Lucknow city. Closest hotel to the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, Lucknow, we also have to & fro FREE airport-hotel shuttles (*conditions apply) through the day, making it easily accessible for business & leisure travellers, hugely saving on time and transportation, as you visit Lucknow. Well-connected by rail, the Hotel & Convention centre is a mere 19 km from Lucknow Charbagh Railway station, if you prefer the main railhead, being well-connected to closer stations enroute. Allow our Travel Desk to help set your travel to Lucknow, in case of any itinerary disruptions. (Google Map)

Reaching Lucknow

By Air
Lucknow Airport or Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport at Amausi is about 15 km away from city centre and connects the city with all the major Indian destinations. The two terminals here are T1, serving international flights and T2, serving domestic carriers. Air India, Air India Express, GoAir, IndiGo and Jet Airways operate frequent flights for Delhi, Mumbai, Patna, Bangalore and Hyderabad. There are flights for international destinations like Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Riyadh, Jeddah, Doha and Dubai operated by Oman Air, flydubai and Saudia airlines. From outside the airport, travellers can hire prepaid taxis or cabs or opt for bus service to reach anywhere in Lucknow.

Airports: Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport


By Bus

Travelling to Lucknow by road from neighbouring cities is also a good option. Several luxury, deluxe, Volvo and state buses are available for Lucknow at regular interval from Kanpur (90 km), Delhi (550 km), Agra (366 km) and Varanasi (320 km), among others. From Delhi, one can board a Volvo bus from ISBT Anand Vihar that takes about 9 to 10 hours via Taj Express Highway/Yamuna Expressway.


By Train

The Charbagh Railway Station situated in the heart of the city connects Lucknow with rest part of country via extensive rail network. There are regular trains for Lucknow from New Delhi, Kolkata, Patna, Kolkata and Chennai. From Delhi, one can take Jan Shatabdi, which takes around 6 to 7 hours. Besides, there are several AC special trains operating from New Delhi to Lucknow taking around 9 to 10 hours.


Road/ Self Drive

Wide road network connects Lucknow to major cities of India. Major highways that pass through Lucknow are NH25, NH28 and NH56. Buses for Lucknow are easily available from Varanasi, Allahabad, Kanpur, Agra, Jhansi, Delhi and other nearby cities. One can also hire cabs or use private cars to reach Lucknow from nearby places.


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