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Punjab Top Tourist Destinations | Punjab Travel Guide

Punjab Top Tourist Destinations

Punjab Top Tourist Destinations | Punjab Travel Guide

Punjab has been attracting the tourists from various parts of the world. Punjab is endowed with several salient gurudwaras, forts, palaces, architectural spectacles, battlefields and much more. It consists of rich water resources and fertile soils. The economy of the state mainly depends upon agriculture sector. The principal crops of the state are rice, wheat, sugarcane, and maize.   The major festivals in Punjab are Teej, Lohri, Basant, and Baisakhi. 

Famous And Punjab Top Tourist Destinations

Rajmahal In Faridkot:

Rajmahal is one of the Punjab Top Tourist Destinations. The architecture resembles the Gothic Style. And the Royal Palace is sprawling over an area of about 15 acres and is built during the reign of Maharaja Balbir Singh.  The striking feature of the Royal Palace is its splendid three-storeyed entrance, known as Raj Deori. Apart from it, the palace complex boasts 37 rooms and a vast hall which is full of paintings. Furthermore, it possesses the main palace,  a Baradari, a gurdwara, the Tasveer Ghar (picture house), three small pavilions called dollhouses, and two swimming pools. Right now it is a hospital complex to a large extent.

Sri Takht Keshgarh Sahib:

Sri Takht Keshgarh Sahib is the prominent shrine and the historic site in Anandpur Sahib. It is one of the five takhts in Sikhism. The sanctum sanctorum of the shrine preserves the belongings of Guru Gobind Singh such as a khanda, a dagger, and various spears.

Best Time To Visit Punjab:

The best time to visit Punjab is from September to November and February to April. 

How To Reach Punjab:

Punjab can be reached by using various modes of transport.

By Air:

The nearest airports are both Chandigarh and Amritsar. Both these airports operate regular flights and well connected with rest of India. 

By Rail:

The major railheads in the state include Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Jalandhar, and Pathankot. 

By Road:

The National highways NH1 or the Grand Trunk Road connect the state to most of the places in northern and eastern India.