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AMRITSAR

The word Amritsar means the holy pool of nectar. 573 Work began on digging the holy pool. 1601 Harmandir Sahib completed. 1604 Guru Granth Sahib installed. Alongside people representing 52 professions settled. In Maharaja Ranjit Singh's time Amritsar had superceded Lahore as the pre-eminent city of the Orient. Amritsar is one of the most ancient and fascinating cities of India. It is an important seat of Sikh history and culture. Being the gateway for travellers coming to India on the overland route from central Asia it soon became the centre of various commercial activities.

Main Attractions :  Golden temple(Harmander Sahib), Durgiana Temple (Lakshmi Narain Temple), Wagah Border, Jallian Wala Bagh, Ram Tirath, Jama Masjid Khairuddin, Tarn Taran

KAPURTHALA

Kapurthala, the capital of the former Princely State of the same name, was in its day, known as a city of Palaces, Mosques, Temples, Gurudwara and gardens. The extent of the French influence in the architecture of the main Palace, and some of the other buildings, its wide streets, the Indo-Saracenic influence in the other prominent buildings and the well co-ordinated aesthetic layout of most dwellings, being set amidst a front of an acre of lawn and gardens, earned this small Principality the sobriquet of the "Paris of the Punjab".

Main Attractions : Sainik School (Jagatjit Palace), Moorish Mosque, Jagatjit Club

PATIALA

Patiala is a city in the Punjab state of India. Patiala district is one of the famous princely cities of erstwhile Punjab. Forming the south-eastern part of the state, it lies between 29°49’ and 30°47’ north latitude, 75°58’ and 76°54' east longitude. It is the administrative headquarters of Patiala District, and was the capital of the premier princely state in the former Punjab Province of British India, headed by the Sidhu dynasty. Patiala is famous for its peg (a reference to Patiala Peg), pagri (traditional headgear), paranda (tasselled tag for braiding hair and Jutti (traditional Punjabi footwear).

Main Attractions : Qila Mubarak Complex, Qila Androon, Sheesh Mahal, Moti Bagh Palace, Lachman Jhoola, Rajindera Kothi, Baradari Gardens, Ijlas-e Khas, Gurudwara Dukhniwaran Sahib, Kali Temple, Qila Bahadurgarh, Panj Bali Gurdwara

SIRHIND

SIRHIND, a tract of land in the Punjab, India. It consists of the north-eastern portion of the plain between the Jumna and Sutlej rivers, and is watered by the Sirhind canal. Sirhind is not an administrative division, but historically the name includes the districts of Umballa, Ludhiana, and Ferozepore, together with the states of Patiala, Jind and Nabha.
The Sirhind canal serves the Umballa and Ludhiana districts, and the Patiala, Jind and Nabha states. It draws its water-supply from the Sutlej near Rupar, where the head-works are situated. The canal, which was opened in 1882, has 538 M. of main and branch canals, and irrigates nearly 2000 sq. m. The town of Sirhind, in the state of Patiala, had a population in 1901 of 5415. It is of very early, but uncertain, foundation, and had a period of great prosperity under the Moguls. Its ancient ruins cover a large extent, and include two fine domed tombs of the 14th century. It is held accursed by the Sikhs, owing to the barbarous murder of the son of Guru Govind by the Mahommedan governor in 1704.


Main Attractions : Aam Khas Bagh, Tomb of Mir-i-Mran, Rauza Sharif Of Sheikh Ahmed Farooqi, Mujadid Alif-Saani, Fatehgarh Sahib

KURUKSHETRA

Kurukshetra is the name of a city in the present-day Indian state of Haryana. The name literally means "Land of the Kaurava" after the Kuru clan. It is supposed to be the site of the Kurukshetra war, described in the the Mahabharata. It is of great importance in Hinduism as this is where the Bhagavad Gita was taught to Arjuna on the battle field, just before the great battle.
Thanesar or Sthaneswar, a historical town is located adjacent to what is now newly created Kurukshetra city. Local hearsay identifies the legendary "Kurukshetra" with a nearby obscure hamlet, and with the active abetment of the state government, it is presently experiencing a tourist boom.

Main Attractions : Brahma Sarovar, Jyotisar, Krishna Museum, Sheikh-Chilli ka makbara (tomb), Kamal Nabhi, Bhadrakali Mandir, Birla Mandir, Chhati Path Shahi Gurudwara

PINJORE

Pinjore is an ancient historical and religious place. It is said to he the earliest
habitation of man and it is said that the early man lived in Pinjore region round about Chandigarh, one and half crores years ago. Pinjore Gardens, also called Yadavindra Gardens are 20 km from Chandigarh, 15 km from Panchkula, on the Chandigarh Shimla road. Taxis and buses ply regularly between Pinjore, Kalka, Panchkula and Chandigarh. Pinjore lies on the foothills of the lower Shivalik ranges. The fascinating Mughal Gardens one of the most popular picnic spots. A mini zoo, plants nursery, a Japanese garden, historic palaces and picnic lawns await tourists. Especially at weekends, fountains are switched on and after dusk, lights pick up the beauty of the palaces by night.

SHIMLA

Shimla (also known as Simla) is a tourist destination par excellence. It is a beautiful hill town in the lap of nature, surrounded by pine and deodar forests. Temperature is ideal in summers and tourists flock it in great numbers and it is highly advisable to get hotel reservations done well in advance despite the fact that there are over 1000 hotels in Shimla. It is well connected by road to the plains. Facilities and amenities are good. People are friendly. It is also comparatively safer than other tourist destinations. All this makes it the favorite travel destination of tourists from India and across the world. A amazingly high percentage of tourists come back here again.
It is situated in the north-west Himalayas and is the capital of the state of Himachal Pradesh in North India. It is a 18 sq km mountainous region lying at an altitude of 2,213 meters. British coined the term “Queen of the hills” for Shimla. It has been blessed with all the natural bounties, one can think of.

Main Attractions : The Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Jakhu Hanuman Temple, St. Micheal's Cathedral, Bhargaon, The Glen, Chadwick Falls, Mashobra, KUFRI MINI ZOO, State Museum

PALAMPUR

Palampur also known as the 'Tea Capital of North India', is a popular hill station because it is not only known for its scenic beauty but also for the beautiful temples and buildings built in the Colonial period. Here a nature lover can enjoy a quiet stroll while feasting his eyes on the natural beauty and an outdoor lover with a taste for adventure can enjoy hand gliding and trekking during the holiday. It has something for all tastes, which makes it an ideal holiday resort for many.

Main Attractions : Bir and Billing, Baijnath , Neugal Khad, Bundla Stream, Andretta, Chamunda Devi, Sujanpur Tira

TARAGARH

Built by the Nawab of Bhawalpur in 1937, the Taragarh Palace is located in the midst of 15
acres of forest and tea gardens in the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh. The palace is situated at an altitude of 1000 m and offers a panoramic view of the snow-clad ranges of the Dhauladhar Mountains, which forms the backdrop of the palace.

PRAGPUR

Pragpur, the first heritage village in the Kangra Valley with panoramic view is replete with myth and folk lore about the times when the Pandavas in exile roamed this land. Pragpur is a small hamlet with very little population. It is located at an elevation of 1800 ft above the sea level in the Kangra Valley. Pragpur village lies on the foothills of the massive Dhauladhars popularly referred to as the White Ranges.

Main Attractions : The Taal, Bhutail Niwas, Nakki

DHARAMSHALA (MCLEOD GANJ)

Dharamsala, popularly known as the ‘Queen of the Hills’, is divided into lower and upper towns with a difference of 457m(1500ft.) between them. The mountains enfold 3 sides of the town and the valley stretches to the south. There is a beautiful resort of Dharamsala, which stands on the spur of the Dharamsala range. Dharamshala stands at the foot of Dhauladhar and has a magnificent view of snowy peaks, deodar and pine forests, tea gardens and beautiful hills. The snow line is perhaps more easily accessible at Dharamshala than any other hill station in India.

Main Attractions : Mcleod Ganj, Bhagsunag Fall, St. John's Church, Dharamkot, War Memorial, Triund, Kunal Pathari, Kareri, Dal Lake

KULLU MANALI

Kullu was once known as "Kulanthpitha", which means the end of the habitable
world. Beyond rose the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalayas, and by the banks of the shining river Beas, lay the fabled 'Silver Valley' of Kulu. Here is the core of an intricate web of numerous valleys - each of which is a visual delight and seems more beautiful than the other. The Himalayan mountain scapes remain spectacular whether in brilliant sunshine or in the haze of the mist.
40 kms. away from Kulu to the north, Manali is situated near the end of the valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. The landscape here is breath taking. One sees well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas river with its clear water meanders through the town. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchards. It is an excellent place for a holiday, a favorite resort for trekkers to Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur, Leh and Zanskar regions in Kashmir valley. It is known as the SWITZERLAND OF INDIA.

Main Attractions : Raghunathji Temple, Vaishno Devi Temple, Sultanpur Palace, Parvati Valley & Manikarna, Hadimba Temple, Vashist Springs, Rohtang Pass, Arjun Gufa

CHAMBA VALLEY

Chamba, the land of antiquity, art and scenic beauty, is a wonder in itself for every visitor. Situated at the height of 996 m. above sea level on the south bank of the Ravi River, the ancient Pahari capital was founded in 920 A.D. by Raja Sahil Verma, who named it after his favourite daughter Champavati.Chamba valley is noted for the magnificence of it's scenery-touching the fringe of the Shivaliks and having three well-defined snowy ranges, the Dauladhar, constituting the outer Himalayas, the Pir Panjal or the mid Himalayas, and the Zanskar range or the inner Himalayas.

Main Attractions : Bhuri Singh Museum, Champawati Temple, Chaurashi Temple, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Lama Dal, Markula Devi Temple, Pangi Valley, Parbati Valley, Rang Mahal, Chamera Lake, Ghadhasaru Lake, Maharaja's Palace, The Chamba Rumal

LADAKH

Ladakh is a land abounding in awesome physical features, set in an enormous and spectacular environment. Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Karakoram in the north and the Great Himalaya in the south, it is traversed by two other parallel chains, the Ladakh Range and the Zanskar Range. Dras, Zanskar and the Suru Valley on the Himalaya's northern flanks receive heavy snow in winter, this feeds the glaciers from which melt water, carried down by streams, irrigates the fields in summer. For the rest of the region, the snow on the peaks is virtually the only source of water.

Main Attractions : Leh, Dha-Hanu, Central Ladakh, Nubra Valley, Changthang Area, Zanskar, Suru Valley, Pangong Tso

CHANDIGARH

The city of Chandigarh is situated at the base of the Shiwalik Range of the Himalayas, at 333m above sea level, approximately 260 km northwest of India's capital, New Delhi. The site is a gently sloping plain, with two seasonal rivulets - Patiali-ki-Rao and Sukhna Choe -marking its northwest and southeast boundaries. The city forms the urban core of the "Union Territory of Chandigarh", which has a total area of 114 sq km. All of the urban and architectural work of Le Corbusier listed in this document is located within Chandigarh's "Phase One", an area of approximately 70 sq. km. which can be regarded as the city's "Historic Core."

Main Attractions : Sukhna Lake, Rock Garden, The Museum and Art Gallery, The Open Hand Monument, Rose Garden, Mansa Devi

RISHIKESH

Rishikesh represents the Gateway to the Himalayas in the Tehri-Garhwal region of Uttar Pradesh. Rishikesh has a number of tourist places that one can visit. Since Rishikesh is known as a pilgrimage center, religious places form a major chunk of tourist attractions in Rishikesh.Triveni Ghat is a popular place in Rishikesh. Many people take a dip at the ghat before visiting temples in Rishikesh. Rishikesh is an exciting destination that is dotted with a number of temples and ashrams. Rishikesh is surrounded by the verdant forest and river Ganges flow through the town.

Main Attractions : Laxman Jhula, Swarg Ashram, Gita Bhavan, Ram Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Shivanand Jhoola, Neelkanth Mahadev, Bharat Temple, Devprayag, Kunjapuri

HARIDWAR

Haridwar located in the foothills of the Himalayas, represents the point where the Ganga reaches the plains. Haridwar is an ancient pilgrimage site, held in reverence for centuries. The Chinese pilgrim Hyuen Tsang who visited India in the first millennium CE, describes Haridwar as Mayura, on the eastern banks of the Ganges. Several temples and ashrams dot this town and a visit to Haridwar is like stepping into a totally different world.

Main Attractions : Chandi Devi, Bharat Mata Temple, Shanti Kunj, Maya Devi Temple, Har-Ki-Pauri

MUSSOORIE

Mussoorie is an excellent respite for tourists and people who want relief from the hot sultry conditions of the plains. Nature has gifted Musoorie everything which makes a place beautiful. 38 Kms from Dehradun is Mussoorie with its green hills and varied flora and fauna, is a fascinating hill station. It offers a wonderful view of the Himalayan snow ranges to the north-east and the Doon Valley., Roorkee, Saharanpur and Haridwar to the South, creating an almost serene atmosphere for the tourists.

Main Attractions : Lal Tibba, Gun Hill, Nag Tibba, Yamuna Bridge, Bhadraj Temple Mussoorie Lake, Kempty Fall

 

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