Lying picturesquely in the north-western region of the Indian Subcontinent, Punjab represents incredible culture, cuisines, traditions, and attractions. Being coated with the colours of diverse festivals, Punjab is ready to radiate your holidays. Make your Punjab tour promising with sheer assistance from your tour guide.
Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab, serving as thecapital of Haryana as well and bordering it to the east. Baisakhi is one of the great festivals here. If you’re planning your next tour here, choose an ideal tour package offered by your tour guide.
The spread of fertile land in its fields defines the region as the “Smiling Soul of India”. People are pleased with their religion and culture. Their smiling faces show how loving and full of life they are. Without stopping by the mustard fields in Punjab, the visit remains incomplete.
Culture and Benevolence
One of the richest cultures in the world that Punjab holds is worth experiencing. Its profuse past ensures a journey back in time. It’s apt to say that the state involves both, one of the richest and oldest cultures worldwide. Lively-natured people, you come across throughout your stay here.
Punjabis are famous across the world for their outstanding dishes, foot-tapping dance, dresses, folk music, heartedness, stronghold of religious values, and language. The community here has diverse religions, such as Sikhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity. They are all for courage and faithfulness.
Special Dishes Explored
Without a shadow of a doubt, Punjabis have an immense craze for food. They have a combination of culinary styles popular all over the world. The colour and taste are the all-time best! Food ranges in Punjab have always been to tourists’ attention.
Some widely-loved foods in Punjab comprise -Amritsari Kulcha, Lassi, Tandoori Chicken, Sarso Ka Saag, Makki Di Roti, Chhole-Bhature, Paneer Tikka, Amritsari Fish, Spicy Chickpea Wraps, Dal Makhani, Panjiri, Rajma Curry, Aam Papad, Besan Barfi, Phirni. Relish the delectable tastes coming out of Punjabi foods to please your tastebuds.
Popular Festivals and Celebrations
Replete with great cultural and religious diversity, Punjab celebrates its wide-ranging merrymaking. If you visit the state during festive seasons, it never leaves you unimpressed. Each festival is celebrated wholeheartedly.
The most common and famous festivals held in Punjab – Lohri, Baisakhi, Diwali, Chappar Fair, Basant Panchami, Kila Raipur Sports Fest, Hola Mohalla, Tikka, Karwa Chauth, Dussehra, Teeyan, GurupurabFestival. Talk to your tour guide to have A1 tour packages at the most competitive rates.
Most-Visited Destinations In Punjab
As time advances, Punjab has aced its Tourism ranking. In 2009, the state ranked 28th by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. That improved in 2010 that was 14th among all states in India. Gradually, it reached the 12th ranking based on tourist arrivals.
Catch sight of some top-notch attractions in Punjab – Amritsar Golden Temple, Wagah Border, International Dolls Museum, Mohali, Jallianwala Bagh, Rock Garden, Sri Harmandir Sahib, Sukhna Lake, Phillaur Fort, Wonderland, Sirhind, Bhatinda, Patiala, Pathankot, Jalandhar.
Enjoy the exclusiveness of Punjab through its foods, dance, music, attire, exploration, boat ride, rural sports watching, and more. Different tour packages are available at cost-effective rates, offering a perfect trip with family, friends, or solo. A Happy journey ahead!