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  • Interesting Places to see around Punjab

    The capital of Punjab as well as the first planned city in the country, Chandigarh is known for its wide roads, clean environment and delectable food. Apart from the beautiful gardens and lakes, the Capitol Complex (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) is one of the prime attractions in Chandigarh.

    Home to the most significant Sikh pilgrimage site Golden Temple or Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar is a popular cultural, spiritual and patriotic centre in the country. In addition to Akal Takht and other popular gurudwaras and temples, Wagah Border and the Jallianwala Bagh are major tourist pullers. The local shops in the city look vibrant and inviting with colourful suit materials, juttis and accessories. And whether you are a foodie or not, you must try the Amritsari KulchaCholeButter Chicken and Lassi here!

    If you want to witness the true beauty of Punjab and take a peek into the lifestyle of locals, Ludhiana is a must-visit. The city boasts of a rich history, which is evident in the prominent architectural marvels and the ancient ruins of the Lodhi dynasty, like Lodhi Fort, Phillaur Fort and Gurudwara Shri Manji Sahib. The Rural Museum, Nehru Rose Garden and Hardy’s World Amusement Park are also some prominent attractions here.

    One of the oldest cities in the state, the ‘City of Lakes’ houses many places of historical and religious importance. The oldest surviving fort in the country Qila Mubarak is in Bathinda. Replete with tourist attractions, the city has something for everyone. Nature lovers must visit the Rose Garden, Zoological Garden and Bir Talab Zoo, while Hindu and Sikh devotees can seek blessings at Maisar Khana Temple and Takht Shri Damdama Sahib.

    Known for Patiala Pegs and Pagdis, the city is a popular tourist spot in Punjab. Some places of interest in Patiala include Qila Mubarak Complex, Sheesh Mahal, Gurudwara Dukh Niwaran Sahib, and Moti Bagh Palace. You can also seek blessings at Kali Mata Mandir and spend time amidst nature at Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary.

    Also known as Fatehgarh Sahib, Sirhind has great historical and religious significance. The city was a military outpost of Prithviraj Chauhan in the 12th century and a part of the Mughal Sultanate till the 17th century. The forts and gardens here speak volumes about its unforgettable history. Sirhind is now a significant pilgrimage spot for Sikhs. Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib, Aam Khas Bagh, Haveli Todar Mal, and Sant Namdev Temple are some important attractions.

    A city of historical importance, Jalandhar was part of the famous Indus Valley Civilisation. It is now a prominent religious site for Sikhs and Hindus as it houses many gurudwaras and temples like Sodal Mandir, Devi Talab Mandir and Gurudwara Talhan Sahib Ji. When planning a trip with kids, remember to include Wonderland, Harleen Water Fun Park and TR Enjoy amusement park in your itinerary.

    Also called “The Holy City of Bliss”, the peaceful and spiritual ambience of Anandpur Sahib attracts many religious travellers. Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji supposedly spent 25 years in Anandpur Sahib teaching his disciples and hence, this city is of spiritual importance to Sikhs. Gurudwara Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib, Sarovar Anandpur Sahib, Virasat-e-Khalsa Museum, Naina Devi Temple, and Jhajjar Bachauli Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the many attractions here.

    Lying on the border of Tarn Taran Sahib District, Harike Wetland or Hari-ke-Pattan is one of the largest man-made wetlands in North India. The popular Harike Lake in the deeper part of the wetland is the main site for spotting many rare species of migratory birds. You can also see diving ducks, smooth-coated otter, Indus river dolphin, and Indian wild boar here.

    Boasting important historical places, picturesque temples and vibrant street markets, Pathankot is among the best places to visit in Punjab. Some prominent attractions in the city include Nurpur Fort, Shahpurkandi Fort, Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple, Pracheen Shiv Mandir and Ranjit Sagar Dam. The city particularly looks vibrant and lively during Baisakhi and Lohri festivals.

    Popularly known as the ‘Paris of Punjab’, Kapurthala holds a high spot in the list of places to see in Punjab. This fascinating destination with buildings and monuments boasting of French and Indo-Saracenic style of architecture attracts tourists year-round. Jagatjit Palace, Elysee Palace, Jagatjit Club, and Moorish Mosque are some top attractions. You can also visit Kanjli Wetland to spot migratory and native birds.

    A village in the Ludhiana district of Punjab, Qila Raipur is known for hosting the annual sports festival- Rural Olympics for three days in February. Punjabi men and women demonstrate their physical strength and bravery in this grand event. What’s more, a special breed of camels, bullocks, dogs and other animals also compete in the event. If you plan a trip to Ludhiana in February, remember to include Qila Raipur in your itinerary.

    Chandigarh Amritsar Tour

    Duration : 2 Night/3 Days

    Places Covered: Chandigarh, Amritsar – Golden Temple, Wagah Border

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