Shrine and LCD digital clock in the ruined Nawabi Mahal [Tomb], in the British Residency park in Lucknow (India)
The caretaker of the Nawabi Mahal is apparently obsessed by Time, as I counted seven clocks hanging from the walls in the upstairs room.
This ruined building is called Nawabi Mahal [Tomb] or Nawabi Masjid [Mosque] or the Imambara. Not sure what the correct name is.
I suppose that this is the tomb of one of the Nababs of Lucknow. If you have more information about the Nawabi Mahal, please post a comment!
For more info about this place, read en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Residency_Lucknow
Photos taken in India in 2013
The highlight if this trip was the Maha Kumba Mela Hindu Festival, the largest human gathering on earth, which happens once every 12 years.
Other regions visited include the springs of the Ganges river, Varanasi, the Konark sun temple.
See also my photos of Nepal that I took the same year.