See the simplicity of Lucknow in the form of a dozen insignia as described by Shaukat Tangewala (a horse-buggy driver). Imambara-to-see . . . Evening-in-Ganj-Hazratganj . . . Kababs-to-eat . . . Chikan-to-wear . . . Attar-for-fragrance . . . Ikka-buggy-to-roam . . . Kite-to-fly . . . Cocks-to-fight . . . Pigeons-to-fly . . . Hospitality-by-leaf-Betel-Leaf . . . Sweet-tongue . . . And the great Lakhnawi (Lucknow) pride . . . “After-you-after-you.” Aadab-Lucknow . . . Fond Memories is a unique fiction on homecoming in the backdrop of Lucknow, the city of Nawabs. It describes Lucknow in detail in terms of its seamless culture, folklore, facades, monuments, institutions, cuisines, Tehzeeb, and its greatest asset—Hindu-Muslim amity.