Situated in northwest India, Punjab is home to the world’s oldest civilizations, the ‘Indus Valley civilization’. The literal meaning of Punjab is the ‘Land of Five Rivers’ derived from the Persian words ‘Panj’ meaning five and ‘ab’ meaning water.
Punjab is separated into the Malwa, Majha and Doaba regions.
This state homes the fabled Golden Temple and has a catastrophic past of hurt and agony.
Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab which is considered to be a union territory as it is also considered to be the capital of the adjacent Haryana.
This state has innumerable sites of Sikh temples called ‘Gurudwara’s’, shrines and architecture.
Tourists who are mainly interested in epic history bank upon Punjab’s exquisitely beautiful architecture and its unique culture.
Abohar is a place situated near the Pakistan border. It is 73 Kms from Bathinda junction, 220 Kms from Amritsar, 228 Kms from Jalandhar & 260 Kms from Chandigarh. Distance from New Delhi is 374 Kms by Train & 385 Kms from New Delhi. Rajasthan & Haryana are two adjoing states to the Abohar. It is very peaceful area. It is on world map for the Cotton belt. It was once upon a time famous as California of India. It is about 100 Kms from Lahore Pakistan. The world's famous treveller Iban batoota happened to visit Abohar from Lahore. He wrote in his diary - Two hours journey on horse from Lahore, a very beautiful place with a lot of greenery, well planed streets and chowks a place where famous "PANJ PEER" dargah is situated. Ex- speaker of Lok Sabha Mr Bal Ram Jakhar belongs to Abohar, who got...
Located in the culturally rich state of Punjab, Patiala is a historic city resplendent with architectural marvels and cultural heritage of the yore. The people here are large hearted, affable and extremely warm and it is highly recommended to experience the hospitality of the place. The city is situated near Qila Mubarak which was constructed in the year 1763 by a militiaman, Baba Ala Singh. Patiala is very well known for its traditional turban, Patiala Salwar, Paranda, Jutti and Patiala Peg. atiala travel guide is incomplete without a mention of its rich heritage. Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian astronaut was born in Patiala. The city is also accredited as the 'City of Newspapers'. The popular printing press of Nawal Kishore was founded in the 19th century in Patiala. Being the home of...