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Punjab Top Tourist Destinations Part II | Punjab Tourist Attractions

Top Punjab Tourist Attractions

Punjab Top Tourist Destinations Part II | Punjab Tourist Attractions

In this article, we have provided more Punjab Top Tourist Attractions. Take a brief look at the following famous destinations. Refer those destinations while planning your trip to Punjab.

Top Punjab Tourist Attractions

Bahia Fort: 

Bahia Fort is among the major Punjab Tourist Attractions. Bahia belongs to a group of 22 Villages, thus called Bahia Sahib. It was built in 1930. Earlier this fort used to be the official family residence of royal armed forces of Patiala Estate. Subsequently, in the year 1980, it was converted into a luxurious hotel with a perfect combination of traditional and modern architecture.  Furthermore, Hotel Bahia Fort was awarded as a first 4-star hotel of this region. Whoever makes a visit to the temple they would enchant the Indian hospitality experience.

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 Punjab Tourist Attractions

Anandpur Sahib Fort:

Anandpur Sahib Fort was established by Guru Teg Bahadur on the banks of River Sutlej. To protect the Anandpur Sahib from the enemies Guru Gobind Singh Ji had taken the initiative to construct the five defensive forts. These forts were erected by Guru Gobind Singh.  The peculiar aspect of the fort is subterranean well which is accessed by a flight of stairs. Annual Hola Mohalla Festival is celebrated with a great pomp here.

 Punjab Tourist Attractions

Bhagwathi Mandir:

Have you ever been to Bhagwathi Mandir?. You haven’t. Bhagwathi Mandir is a must visited places and Top Punjab Tourist Attractions. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhagwathi. The 17th Century Temple has been attracting the abounding devotees from various parts of the world.

Bhagwathi Mandir

Legend attributes the magnificent architecture marvel of Bhagwathi Mandir to a 17-century miracle. The legend states that two devotees namely Kamalu Bhagat and Kalu Bhaga went to Jwalamukhi temple where they lit a fire to worship the goddess Bhagwathi.  The deity Bhagwathi opened her eyes, blessed them, asked them to return to their village, and told them to worship her there instead.