- September 27, 2019
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- Category: Travel Destination
Explore Hidden Beauty Of Punjab City
Punjab the city known for legends, patriotism, spirituality and its five rivers. As Naindeep Singh Madhok says People are welcoming and the state has well connected via road. rail and even airport.
Each city of Punjab mainly Amritsar, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Bhatinda, Patiala, Tarn Taran, Pathankot, Nangal and Ropar should even more itinerary when you visit Punjab.
In Roopnagar’s district of Punjab, Nangal is the perfect gateway to beauty. Bhakra Nangal Dam near Shivalik hills is the second tallest dam in India with straight gravity. This dam is on Satluj river therefore there is a Satluj park also with good ambience.
Patiala and Ludhiyana
Patiala, famous for its Patiala Shahi turban, Pranda for braiding hair, Patiala Salwar, Jutti and Patiala Peg( measure of liquor) is another significant city of Punjab. So, it gets its name after Maharaja Ala Singh.
According to Naindeep Singh Madhok Ludhiana is famous for its rich agricultural scenario and gives you insight into rural life style, delicious food and small scale woolen industries.
Museum of rural life, Maharaja Ranjit Singh war museum , Phillor fort reminds us of Shahjahan empire and Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Sikh Empire.
The Harike wet land, the largest wet land in Tarn Taran district of Punjab. It has a bird sanctuary that is home to several species of flora and fauna and is a biodiversity park. If you are a nature lover or wild life photographer then it is the best place to visit.
Ropar is the major excavation site of Indus Valley civilization. It was established after name of a king. It is near to Shivalik ranges of Himalayas located at the banks of river Satluj.
Pathankot and Bhatinda
Pathankot was the capital of Pathani Rajput’s state of Nurpur. It’s the meeting point of three staes: Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. On the other hand its scenic location has surrounded by Shivalik ranges in addition to Ravi and Chakki rivers.
Mukteshwar temple, a temple of caves dedicated to Lord Shiva also near Pathankot.Bhatinda has also recently got urbanized Naindeep Singh Madhok also vists there. It has Qila Mubarak fort where Razia Sultan was kept in prison.
Rose Garden of 40,000 square metre, Chetak Park surrounding Chetak late for boating and bird watching. Mazaar, Lakhi Jungle where Guru Nanak Dev ji delivered “Japuli Sahib” to sermons. Damdama Sahib is one of the five Takhts in Bhatinda.
Naindeep Singh Madhok on Chandigarh and Amritsar
The capital of Punjab, Chandigarh seems like amalgamation of modern and cultural Punjab. It is one of the cleanest city of the country where you can unwind yourself near lake or gardens.
Sukhna lake, Rock garden, Rose garden, Pinjore garden, Doll’s museum are famous tourists places in Chandigarh. Amritsar rated on the top as home of the Golden Temple or Shri Harmandir Sahib.
the most significant site for Sikhs. In other words Amritsar is also famous for colorful juddis, Amritsari kulche, Butter chicken and Amritsari lassi.
The Wagha Border
The historical Wagha Border is famous for a ceremonial event and beating retreat where soldiers of India and Pakistan march to a common territory, shake hands, open and close gates.
Jallianwala Bagh is a historical memorial where British General Dyer ordered mass killings of innocent Indians. You must visit this place to pay tribute to our fellow brothers who laid their lives for freedom struggle.
North Indian festivals like Baisakhi (harvesting festival)and Lohri ( before spring) are celebrated with fervor in all cities of Punjab. Farmers of Punjab offer their crops to God and say thanks to the Almighty on these days!