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Top 10 Festivals of Punjab

Punjab, the land of enchanting fields and heart-warming people, is a state most acclaimed for its cultural richness. The state that receives the beauty of 5 gurgling rivers paves the way for tourists to revel under its charm. The essence of this beautiful state is experienced truly through its festivals. …

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Top 5 Places to Visit in Abohar

A mélange of three distinct Indian cultures, namely those of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, come together in a beautiful symphony of togetherness at Abohar. It is touched by the sand dunes of Rajasthan on one border and the fertile, green plains of Haryana and Punjab at the other. Receiving the …

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Top 5 Historic Places & Monuments in Punjab

The state of Punjab in Northern India has innumerable tales from the ages of history, carefully preserved within its territory. So many Kings have explored the bounty of Punjab and have left their impression through grand architectures. Punjab was the land of a remarkable spiritual movement, as the Sikh religion …

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Top 5 Things to Do in Chandigarh

The joint capital of the Punjab and the Haryana states, Chandigarh was the first planned modern city of India. It was designed by the French architect, Le Corbusier. Situated at the base of Siwalik Hills, Chandigarh has a picturesque view. As the weather shows an extremist nature during the summer …

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Top 5 National Parks in Punjab

Punjab is known for its fertile lands, numerous rivers, lush greenery and abundant bio-diversity. This agrarian state has more than 84% of its land under agricultural cultivation. A majority of the bio-diversity lies in the Shivalik region of the state and in some parts of the plains, which include the …

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Top 5 Things to Do in Amritsar

India’s Sikh community takes pride in calling the vibrant city of Amritsar as its home. For India, Amritsar truly is a matter of pride and honour, seeing as how the vast Sikh culture of the country is represented in this city very well. Famous around the world for housing the …

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Harike Wetland, Punjab

‘Lying at the confluence of Beas and Sutlej, it welcomes visitors from Siberia and the Arctic.’ Harike Wetland is the largest wetland in northern India and is located in the Tarn Taran Sahib district of Punjab. The popular Harike Lake lies deep within the park. This man-made wetland was created …

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7 Wounderful Tourist Places of Kapurthala

The capital of the princely State of Kapurthala, the city is often referred to as the ‘Paris of Punjab’ due to its architecture. The monuments and gardens in the city are evident of the Indo-Saracen and French style architecture. The State of Kapurthala was ruled by the Ahluwalia Dynasty but …

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Top 5 Places To Visit In Ropar (Rupnagar)

The ancient town of Ropar in the state of Punjab was established somewhere around 11th century AD and was named after the son of the King who ruled the region. The town overlays the Shivalik ranges of the Himalayas and is located at the banks of the River Sutlej. The …

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Top 3 Tourist Attractions In Mohali

The city of Mohali was recently renamed as Ajitgarh, after Sahibzada Ajit Singh, the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh. The city is located adjacent to the state capital Chandigarh and is considered a part of the tri city, Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali. The city was formerly a part of …

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