Tornos India

Tornos is an experiential tour company operating primarily in the north & central India since 1994 with our own offices at many places and handpicked representations at many others. The travel genre in which we specialise include, Gastronomy, History, Culture and Craft, and all of these are offered through immersive travel experiences with well-researched knowledge about each subject. Read more about us…

Tornos - Safe Travel Stamp

Offering international standards and unmatched service quality, Tornos itself is a stamp of highest quality and perfection. In these times of global pandemic, Tornos is committed to provide a safe experience and has thus earned a Safe Travel Stamp by WTTC. This implies you are safest when traveling with us. Check our Safe Travel Parameters…

This is a destination resource website on Lucknow and its nearby areas as Tornos’ tribute to the city where it was born, grew up and flourished – Lucknow is a non-touristy Indian city that prides itself in having inherited a fabulous history, culture, cuisine & craft spanning over 425 evident years. It has been Tornos’ endeavour to make this touristically lesser known Indian city known to the world and help visitors understand it better and connect to it more intrinsically…


    Lucknowledge (Article from our monthly newsletter)

    • Role and the Rule of Women in Awadh

      Status of women in a society is a barometer of its standards and shows how progressive it is. Women in Awadh, unlike many other kingdoms where women were oppressed and made or were known for very few significant contributions, had a decisive role to play. In all spheres, political, social, religious and literary, their contributions were immense and in fact, many women in Awadh amassed a lot of wealth and property. Even the widows, separated women and the divorced were not forlorn but many a times had active roles to play. Till the women had the youthful charm, they influenced politics and then with the wealth they accumulated, in their later lives they gained prominence and were still able to stress their position in the society.

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