Punjab Travel Guide

Punjab is situated in the North-Western Part of the country. Punjab has a network of five rivers – the Beas, Ravi, Chenab, Sutlej, and Jhelum that irrigate this land. This North Indian state is one of the most prominent tourist destinations, which is a perfect blend of rural and urban lifestyles. Agriculture is the “rich culture” of the Punjab and people come here to enjoy its ancient civilization, culture, heritage, history, and spirituality. Even, this state is renowned for its hosiery and sports goods industry. Punjab Travel Guide allows exploring the famous tourist destinations of the state and you can get a deep insight into the cultural heritage and history of the state.

Punjab is the “Land of the Five Rivers” that is bestowed with the beauty of nature as well as still holds the pride of its rich culture. Dotted with the serenity of the rivers and lakes, mesmerizing architecture of the holy Golden Temple, the lively lifestyle, vibrant culture, and the scrumptious cuisines, Punjab makes tourists to fall in love with this place as well as urges them to visit this state again and again.

The fertile land of forts and farms, this state has opted for the nickname “Smiling Soul of India” where the visitors always see the joy in the hearts and the smiles on the faces of the inhabitants who take pride in their culture and religion. Besides, the Forts of Punjab tell the tale of the past of this beautiful land. Major tourist attractions of Punjab are The Golden Temple, The Sheesh Mahal, The Science City, The Wagah Border, The Chhatbir Zoo, The Jallianwala Bagh, and The Sukhna Lake and so many more. Punjab Tour Guide includes the expedition to the wildlife sanctuaries of Punjab that are home to many rare species of animals as well as migratory birds.

The land of Punjab is the home to the most popular Gurudwaras of Sikh Community like Akal Takht, Gurudwara Charan Kamal, Tarn Taran Sahib, Gurudwara Nada Sahib, Gurudwara Amn Sahib, Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib, Gurudwara Dukh Niwaran Sahib, Guru Ke Mahal, Gurudwara Nanaksar, and Takhat Sri Kesgarh Sahib Ji and many more. Furthermore, the famous temples of Punjab are Durgiana Temple, Devi Talab Mandir, Mata Lal Devi Temple, Mansa Devi Temple, Jateshwar Mahadev Temple, Mukteshwar Temple, Kathgarh Temple, Patiala Kala Mata Mandir, and Ashapurni Mandir, etc. Know more tourist attractions in Punjab in details

In addition to it, this state has beautiful parks and stunning gardens which drag the attention of the travelers. Popular parks and gardens are the Rock Garden, the Rose Garden, Leisure Valley, Butterfly Park, Shanti Kunj, Garden of Fragrance, Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park, Yadvinder Garden, Terraced Garden, Chandigarh Botanical Garden and Nature Park, Wonderland Theme Park, Company Bagh, Deer Park, Bhatinda Zoological Park, and much more. Apart from it, the museums of Punjab allow the visitors to revisit the chapters of history and heritage. Here, tourists witness the paintings, swords, and other personal belongings of Maharaja Ranjit Singh who is the founder of the mighty Sikh Empire and he is also revered as the “Roaring Lion” of Punjab.

The cuisine of Punjab is rich in spices, ingredients, color, as well as the most elaborate and grand cooking style of Punjabi Food. The several elements of Punjabi Food derive from Pakistan, undivided Punjab. The most popular and lip-smacking delicacies of Punjab’s menu comprises the rich flavor and good texture to the food. Some popular mouthwatering and tempting traditional sweets of Punjab are Rabri, Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Moti Choor Lado, Kulfi, Barfi, and many more.

Sightseeing and Things To Do in Punjab

Best Time to Visit Punjab

The Best time to visit Punjab is during the winter season when the weather of the region becomes cold and comfortable for the excursion. There are a lot of festivals falls during this time and Punjab celebrates them with great zeal and vigor. One must the state in this season and experience the enchanting vibes if this place.

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Weather in Punjab

Punjab spreads from a semi-arid desert region towards the South-East to the foothills of the Himalayas in the North-East. The weather of Punjab in the winter season is perfect for all sorts of outdoor activities. So, winters are comparatively the ideal time to visit Punjab and avoid heavy rainfalls of the monsoon season and the blistering heat of summers. Due to the subtropical location, the weather conditions of Punjab are continental, sub-humid to semiarid.

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How To Reach Punjab

Punjab is situated in the northern part of India and is well connected with the rest of the country with all the modes of transport. Here we have mentioned a brief about How to reach Punjab. Take a look at this before planning the Punjab trip.

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