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10 Most Beautiful Places To Visit In Punjab Before You Turn Old

Places To Visit In Punjab

If you are searching for the best places to visit in Punjab, let us tell you that there is no one place that fits all. Punjab—the land of five rivers, is best known for its brave, kind-hearted, and hospitable people. With its exuberant festivals and celebration, Punjab delights everyone differently.

What’s more beautiful than its culture and religious diversity are its people, ‘The Punjabis.’ The people of Punjabi are so bold & brave, they warmly welcome everyone regardless of their caste, religion, and country. Over the top, they love colorful dresses, adrenaline rush music and share an undying love for food & fun. If you ever visit Punjab, what you will love the most is spicy, tangy-flavored traditional Punjabi food, especially their butter chicken.

With all these things, Punjab is undoubtedly a worth-visiting place, but do you know where to head in Punjab? No worries, we have rounded up the ten best places to visit in Punjab that are not ordinary tourist places. So, let’s take this virtual Punjab tour.

1. Sri Harmandir Sahib

Sri Harmandir Sahib

Located in the holiest city of the Sikh faith, Amritsar, Sri Harmandir Sahib, commonly known as Golden Temple, is one of the greatest attractions of Punjab. The divine temple or court of the lord is an impressive golden structure at the center of a sacred lake. Regarded as one of the best places to visit in Punjab, Golden Temple is decorated inside out with verses from the holy ‘Guru Granth Sahib.’

2. Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh

Jallian wala bagh is a 6.5-acre public park that holds the national importance of a pre-independence massacre. It is one of the most important places to visit in Punjab to pay homage to the martyrs killed in the Jallianawala Bagh massacre, which took place on-site on the festival of Baisakhi, April 13, 1919.

3. Rock Garden Chandigarh

Regarded as one of the most beautiful places to visit in Punjab, the Rock Garden of Chandigarh is a sculpture garden designed for rock enthusiasts. It consists of some most impressive rock sculptures and species of rock statues along with the incredible love & passion of Nek Chand Ji, the founder of this Rock Garden, Chandigarh. Open on all seven days a week, it is famous for being the most eco-friendly garden in India and is perfect for a family picnic at the weekend.

4. Zakir Hussain Rose Garden

Zakir Hussain Rose Garden

Here is another famous place from Chandigarh that is solely dedicated to roses and celebrated as a tribute to the magnificence of roses. Offering more than just roses and sightseeing, this beautiful garden-cum-adventure park has foods, drinks, joyrides, and contests of varying nature, including photography, gardening, landscaping, bonsai, and rose prince & princes. Spread over 30-acres, Zakir Hussain Rose Garden is Asia’s largest garden with over 1,600 different species of roses from all over the globe.

5. Wagah Border

Wagah Border

Thousands of civilians and tourists from Amritsar visit Wagah Border to witness the everyday ceremonies. Gate closing ceremony between India and Pakistan, also known as Beating The Retreat ceremony, has become a significant attraction of Amritsar over the last decade. The purpose of this ceremony is to close the border for the night and take off the national flag. However, this entertainment ceremony turns out to be a pathetic performance every day with patriotic slogans.

6. Bhatinda

If you are looking for the best historical places to visit in Punjab, we’d recommend a trip to Bhatinda, a stunning town bestowed with natural beauty as well as rich history. While Punjab is the land of five rivers, Bhatinda is also called the city of five lakes, though they all are artificial. It has something for everyone, right from delicious food to historically rich tourist sites. Nature lovers can explore Bir Talab Zoo, while devotees can bow to get blessings at Maisar Khana Temple and Takht Shri Damdama Sahib.

7. Kila Raipur

Kila Raipur is a village of Ludhiana district in Punjab, India. Regarded as one of the best places to visit in Punjab, this village is best known for Kila Raipur Sports Festival, popularly known as Rural Olympics. This festival is one of the unique sports festivals in India, held annually. People often join this yearly festival to watch the special breed of bullocks, camels, dogs, mules, and other animals competing in competitive events.

8. Phillaur Fort

Phillaur Fort

Do you want to lose in the historical grandeur of Punjab? If yes, then Phillaur Fort is one of the best places to visit in Punjab. The fort displays the strength and a heritage symbol of Punjab. It has a museum, dargah inside, and a huge golf course outside. The Indo Islamic architecture of this fort is what lures the visitors the most. It used to serve as the military base for the force of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

9. Guru Ke Mahal

Guru Ke Mahal

Preserving the sacred book ‘Guru Granth Sahib’ and their gurus, Guru Ka Mahal is one of the best places to visit in Punjab. Founded by Guru Ram Das in 1573 as a little cottage, it shelters the great gurus of Sikhs and all holy documents. It is situated on a platform raised on the ground floor inside the three-storeyed shrine.

10. Punjab State War Heroes Memorial and Museum

As mentioned earlier, Punjab is best known for its brave and strong people; it has given many soldiers and fighters to the country. This memorial museum aims to showcase the splendid gallantry of the braves of Punjab. Considered one of the best places to visit in Punjab, this museum was planned to inspire and infuse patriotism in the youngsters.

So, you saw the best places to visit in Punjab. We are planning to write about the best foods in Punjab and the best places to eat in Punjab; please let us know what you would like to read.

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