Places Recommended By Punjab Tourism

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10 Must Visit Places In Punjab Recommended By Punjab Tourism

10 Must Visit Places In Punjab Recommended By Punjab Tourism

Punjabiyat, Gurdaspur

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Punjabiyat, Gurdaspur

If you desire to live the oldest Punjab and its culture, travel to Punjabiyat, Gurdaspur to feel the true essence of Punjab. Punjab Tourism realizes the need of acquainted the world with Punjab Culture where Farming has always been the heart and soul of Punjab and Punjabiyat truly reflects traditional Punjab. Get a glimpse of rural living or enjoy the tractor rides (Reminds me of Veer-Zara movie… Aisa Desh Hai Mera…Right…?) Which in turn will lead you to the Pind experience. Get up and go…!

Chappar Chiri, Mohali

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Chappar Chiri, Mohali

Chappar Chiri another epic place managed by Punjab Tourism foretells the great victory of Banda Singh Bahadur over Wazir Shah (commander of Mughal Army). The village holds the war insights and the tallest Fateh Burj which is a tribute to Banda Singh Bahadur. The sodium lamps illuminate the museum and present us a sight worth its weight in gold.

Bharatgarh Fort, Ropar

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Bharatgarh Fort, Ropar

A 44-KM drive from Chandigarh, Bharatgarh Fort is an exquisite Fort managed by Punjab Tourism that lets you indulge in its beauty and hospitality. The Fort offers Homestays and even organizes various luncheons or private gatherings or dinner parties. It's calm… It's quiet… It's your kind of place where you can soak in amidst nature and rejuvenate and pamper yourself. The countryside location makes it an ideal point to wave away the city bustle and hustle.

Mughal Sarai-The RDB Fort, Doraha

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Mughal Sarai The RDB Fort, Doraha

Punjab Tourism steps into Bollywood. The Rang De Basanti movie fame, Mughal Sarai, Doraha was built with a motive of Mughal Caravans stay. The place got fame only when it got featured in the RDB movie. A 40-minutes drive to Mughal Sarai from Ludhiana, the place has become a hangout place for youngsters wherein they enjoy the old bricked monument and the surrounding landscape.

Virasat-e-Khalsa, Anandpur Sahib

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Virasat e Khalsa, Anandpur Sahib

Punjab, the Panj Dariya Da Desh, is an epitome of heritage and culture. It prides itself, as the great freedom fighters and the founders left behind a legacy that is respected and religiously followed by all. Virasat-e-Khalsa is an example. Each and every nook of the museum plays a role. It smoothly exhibits the tales of the founders and fighters that burnt the midnight oil so as to light the Punjab culture in the heart of people.

Shri Kali Devi Mandir, Patiala

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Shri Kali Devi Mandir, Patiala

If you happen to visit this temple, prepare to smell alcohol all around. The Temple, where liquor is presented to Mata Kali, is profoundly known for its foundation since the temple was built by the late Maharaja Bhupinder Singh back in 1936. Declared as a national monument, Shri Kali Devi Mandir, situated on the Mall Road, depicts the artwork and culture which are somewhere lost these days.

Harike Wetlands, Amritsar

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Harike Wetlands, Amritsar

It is the largest wetland in northern India carved at the juncture of River Sutlej and Beas. This man-made riverine has immense flora and fauna to awestruck your senses. It welcomes visitors (Birds, specifically) from Siberia and Arctic. A powerful view that leaves you wondering, is the time when birds take a flight and swirl and twirl in the sky, making it a perfect spot to get hypnotized by nature.

Sheesh Mahal, Patiala

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Sheesh Mahal, Patiala

Punjab’s Makki Di Roti and Sarson Da Saag will instantaneously put a wide grin and make your mouth water… but what makes us glory in is Punjab’s Royal Legacy. Yet, another place managed by Punjab Tourism, this magnificent palace, Sheesh Mahal is known as the Palace Of Mirrors. The museum houses medals, coins of the then Mughal empire.

Heritage Street, Amritsar

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Heritage Street, Amritsar

The street that speaks volume… The street that exhibits Punjabi culture and tradition… The street that lets you walk to the Golden Temple is known as Heritage Street. Look around and you’ll find yourself with illuminated street lights that adorn the walkway and amplify its glory. The project was already the talk of the town during its making and is among the top visited places on the list. That's the beauty of Punjab and perseverance of Punjab Tourism. Right Folks!

Golden Temple, Amritsar

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Golden Temple, Amritsar

Undoubtedly, the most visited pilgrimage of Sikh religion, managed by Punjab Tourism is Golden Temple, which is flocked by zillions of tourist from across the world. This “Temple Of God” invites people from diverse backgrounds, since it has entrances from all four directions. The serene white marble and the Amrit Sarovar dash out vibes that engulf you with its healing powers.

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