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Faizabad : Faizabad 7 km. Saadat Khan, who, after the death of Emperor Aurangzeb, proclaimed himself Nawab of independent Avadh, and his successors, though, maintaining their capital at Lucknow favored Faizabad with many beautiful buildings Of these the more notable ones are Gulab Bari, Moti Mahal, Khurshid Mahal, Dilkusha and Tomb of Bahu Begum. Though less ambitious than their later period buildings in Lucknow, the Faizabad monuments display a shortlived flowering of an assimilative architecture. Though, separated in time by over a century, Gulab Bari and Tulsi a marked by a similarity of approach - large and high plinth on which rests a square shell, capped by massive, soaring formations, richly fashioned.

Barabanki : Barabanki 107 km. Famous for the mausoleum of a Sufi Saint, Syed Haji Ali Waris Shah, 13 km from the town held in esteem by people of all religions. A fusion of Indo-Iranian architecture, it was built in 1905 AD.

Gonda : Gonda 44 km. Famous for temple of Devi Patan. To the left of the temple is a tank which, according to legend, was made by Karan of the Mahabharata in honour of his father, the Sun god.

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