|Address :||447, Husainabad, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 22600|
|Opening Time :||Chota Imambara open from 06:00 AM to 05:00 PM all days in week|
|Ticket Price :||Ticket price for Indian Rs 25 and for foreigner Rs 300|
|Place Type :||Religious Place|
|Nearest Metro :|| Charbagh Railway Station Metro Station|
Hazratganj Metro Station
About Chhota Imambara :
According to ancient times, Chota Imambara’s architecture can be seen at its absolute best. The third Nawab of Awadh was built in 1838; this place represents the cultural symbol of Panjetan, which can be seen in the structure of this place, having five main doorways, two halls, and a Shehnasheen platform. An Azakhana is a large green and white-bordered hall decorated with beautiful chandeliers and crystal glass lamp stands. Due to all these embellishments, this place was known as the ‘Palace of Lights.’ These chandeliers were specially imported from Belgium. Beautiful Islamic calligraphy covers the outer walls of the building, showcasing Quranic verses. Chhota Imambara houses the tombs of Muhammad Ali Shah and his family.
How to reach Chota Imambara :
By Bus:- Mishra Bus Service and Jaiswal Bus Service are the nearest bus stations to this place.
By Auto:- Auto and Rickshaw services are available nearby which you can use.
By Metro:- Nearest to Chhota Imambara is Pandeyganj Metro Station which is at a distance of 2 km.
By Rail:- Charbagh railway station is the nearest to Chhota Imambara, which is 6 km away, from here you can rickshaw.
Nearby Famous Places :
- Rumi Darwaza
- Bada Imambara
- Hussainabad Clock Tower
- Shahnajaf Imambara
- Kaiserbagh Palace
- Tomb of Saadat Ali Khan and Khurshid Zadi