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      Punjab

      Pathankot is a beautiful city in the state of Punjab. It is blessed with a rich history that is evident in the impressive structures that it boasts of. From visiting forts to seeking prayers at the temples, there are many things to do in Pathankot. Wherever you go, you will find something to marvel at and enjoy. Read more

      You cannot claim that you have seen Amritsar if you have not visited the famous Wagah border. Wagah border is a border that separates India and Pakistan. It represents the countries’ attitude towards each other. Read more

      Amritsar, home to the famous Harminder Sahib, popularly known as Golden Temple is one the heritage cities of India. The Golden Temple is one of Sikhism’s most spiritual and most visited gurudwaras.

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      The best way to discover yourself is to go on a road trip. Road trips help you free your mind and introspect into your life a little more. And which is a better place than Chandigarh, one of the union territories of India situated a short distance away from the Shivalik range, towards the southwest, between the two rivers of Sukhna and Patiali.

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      The city of Pathankot is located in the state of Punjab and is believed to be one of the oldest cities of Punjab. The city lies on the foothills of Kangra and Dalhousie and within the town flows the river Chakki which makes it look serene and tranquil. Pathankot is very famous for its rich history and the beautiful, eye-catching scenery it provides to its visitors.

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      The capital of both Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh is one of the most admired tourist destinations. The well-planned city has earned many recognitions and titles over the years. There are numerous attractions located here that will make your sightseeing experience memorable.

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      Chandigarh, also known as “The City Beautiful” is one of the earliest well-planned cities in India. It is a perfect combination of serenity and city life. It is the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana, and is also a Union Territory. This city was designed by a French architect named Corbusier. The place is famous for its architectural marvel.

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      We are sure that there is not a single person in this entire nation who doesn't know about the Golden temple. No matter which religion you belong to, we all have the desire to visit the temple once in our life. It is not just because of the charm and beauty that the temple has, but also because of the deeds of Guru Nanak Dev, which inspires every human being at every point of life.

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      Situated proudly on the banks of the river Sutlej, Ludhiana is Punjab’s largest city and is also popular for hosting one of the biggest tiger safaris in India. The beautiful city witnesses a large number of tourists each year to view tiger zoo and experience the Tiger Safari in Ludhiana.

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      Ever heard of Bhakra Nangal Dam? It is located in Nangal, a town in the Rupnagar district of Punjab. The gigantic dam is the iconic attraction in Nangal that puts this place on the map but that’s not all. There are a few more exciting places to visit in Nangal that will make your trip to this town worthwhile. Nestled in the foot of Shivalik Hills, Nangal is also known for its innovative culture, traditional diversities, and interest in sports. In Nangal, you are bound to experience the most memorable trip of your lifetime

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      The city of Ludhiana is the largest municipal corporation in Punjab and located on the old bank of Sutlej River. Acknowledged as “India’s Manchester”, Ludhiana is the largest city in Punjab as well as in Northern India.

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      Yes, December 31st is not even a month away and we eagerly await to welcome the new year yet again. Like other major cities in North India, New Year parties in Chandigarh also need a special mention. The journey of 356 days starts with one big night of celebration! And the intensity exactly depicts your level of enthusiasm that you take into the new year.

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      Pathankot is a wonderful town located in Punjab and is famous for being the entry-way to Kangra and Chamba valley of Himachal Pradesh. But quite a few people know that Pathankot is a beautiful place as well and boasts many attractions. The small town in Punjab is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas and is the home to some of the famous Hindu temples in India like Kali Mata Mandir, Mandir Ashapurni, Shiri Satya Baba's Mandir, and many more.

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      Although Amritsar is the holiest city for Sikh pioneers, visitors and tourists visit this delightful sight in Punjab. Prominent spots to explore in Amritsar incorporate the Golden Temple, Akal Takht, Jallianwala Bagh, and Gobindgarh Fort.

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      Moorish Mosque in Kapurthala is as beautiful as it might seem! Situated in Kapurthala of Punjab, the mosque is ensured by the Archeological Survey of India and is among the best mosques of South East Asia.

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      Known for its palatial bungalows, popular flea markets, luxurious cars, and altruistic people, the most planned city of Chandigarh has also become quite popular for its food in the recent past.

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      Kapurthala is a hidden gem in the lap of Punjab. Once you start exploring the city, it will unfold its true beauty through the French inspired palaces and lush green gardens. Decorated with greenery all around, it is sure to leave you mesmerized.

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      Kapurthala, the city often referred to as the ‘Paris of Punjab’ because of its intriguing architecture, is a famous tourist attraction in Punjab that attracts thousands of tourists from all across the country who come to explore the architectural marvels of this city. The distinctive architecture and the eccentric monuments of this city are some of the best places to visit in Kapurthala in Punjab for an exciting vacation this festive season!

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      Ludhiana is a pretty little city nestled in the lap of Punjab. It offers a vibrant lifestyle and is habited by friendly people. It is rich in culture and tradition. But did you ever think that this small city could be home to one of the largest gardens in the whole of Asia?

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      Punjab and food is a combination as strong as pizza & cheese, pancakes & syrup, and fish & chips. They are incomplete without one another and absolutely inseparable. And when we talk about one of the most famous provinces of Punjab, Patiala how can we not talk about food?

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      Remember the Jab We Met movie? Is it your favorite too? Have you always wanted to run like Geet did and hang out with friends in ‘khets’? Stop. Reel back? What are you doing now? Sitting on your desk and pushing yourself hard to complete the targets of this month? Can’t be a coincidence that you landed here, right?

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      The city of Jalandhar is one of those cities that is blanketed with greenery and full of generous people who are always ready to welcome with the warmest hugs and smiles. If you are planning to explore this city of Punjab then your itinerary must include the famous Nehru Garden, also known as Company Bagh.

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      Band, Baaja, Baarat! Balle Balle too! Your marriage is a big day, make it feel like one and show the world how happy you are. What is marriage if not a celebration? Being a little extra or going over the top, everything is justified if it’s you who is getting married. Your wedding is something that should be a grand affair and splurging a little never harmed anyone.

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      Amritsar, home to the famous Harminder Sahib, popularly known as Golden Temple is one the heritage cities of India. The Golden Temple is one of Sikhism’s most spiritual and most visited gurudwaras. The city holds a rich history from the time of partition between India and Pakistan. It also has the famous Wagah Border which holds a ceremonial flag retreat by both the countries. Read more

      Temples in Punjab are an example of fine architecture, spirituality and religion, and serenity. You visit these temple not only to worship God because of your faith in religion but also to seek solace and peace in the difficult times. Read more