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Randomly selected Culture in Punjab

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Amritsar
Amritsari fish is an absolute favorite fish recipe from the city of 'Amritsar' in Punjab which comes in the Northern part of India. It's so famous in ...
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Amritsar
An exotic Indian recipe where the mutton is cooked in its own juices till it gets a beautiful dark brown color....
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The Maghi fair is held to honour the memory of the forty Sikh warriors killed during the Battle of Muktsar in 1705. Muktsar, originally called Khidran...
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This festival's name, when translated, means the birth celebration of the 10th Divine Light, or Divine Knowledges. It commemorates the birth of Guru G...


Randomly selected Destinations in Punjab

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Gurdaspur
Gurdaspur, a major city of Punjab was founded by Guriya ji Mahant in 17th century. The place forms the north most part of the state. It is flanked by ...
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Pathankot
A gateway to the states of Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, Pathankot situated at the foot of Kangra hills, best known for its serene green beaut...
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Amritsar
Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar is the site of one of the biggest tragedies in Indian history. On April 13, 1919, this park, spread across 7 acre, saw ab...
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Amritsar
Located around 35 km from Amritsar and Lahore, Pul Kanjari is where Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the leader of the Sikh empire, would stop for a break while...


Randomly selected Monuments in Punjab

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Amritsar
Among the most poignant memorials of free India is Amritsar's Jallianwala Bagh. Located near the famous Golden Temple of Amritsar, the Jallianwala Bag...
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Kapurthala
Jagatjit Palace was built by Maharaja Jagatjit Singh, the last ruler of Kapurthala. He was a great enthusiast of French architect which is reflected f...
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Amritsar
Must pay a visit to 'MUGHAL PATTERN OF SHALIMAR GARDENS OF LAHORE', built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Sher-e-Punjab, named it in honour of Guru Ram Das ...
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Fatehgarh
Aam Khas Bagh is the remains of a highway-inn constructed for the use of royalty as well as common people. It was divided into two parts - the Aam for...


Randomly selected Nature in Punjab

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Amritsar
The Beas Conservation Reserve is a 185-kilometre stretch of the Beas River located primarily in the north-west of the State of Punjab. The River meand...
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Rupnagar
Ropar Wetland, also named Ropar Lake, is a man-made freshwater riverine and lacustrine wetland. The area has at least 9 mammal, 154 bird, 35 fish, 9 a...
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Fazilka
Spread over an area of about 18,650 hectares, the Abohar Wildlife Sanctuary is unique in that it is an open sanctuary, comprising farmlands of 13 Bish...
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Patiala
Bir Mehaswala Wildlife Sanctuary is named after the village Mehas whcih is located in the vicinity of the sanctuary. the sanctuary is located adjacent...


Randomly selected Religious in Punjab

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Kapurthala
Sultanpur Lodi is a sacred Sikh pilgrimage site associated with the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji the 1st Guru of Sikhs, who lived here for 14...
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Hoshiarpur
The archaeological excavations carried out at Dholbaha, situated at a distance of about 30 km to the north-west of Hoshiarpur, reveal its relationship...
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Kapurthala
The Moorish Mosque, Kapurthala situated in Kapurthala in the Indian State of Punjab is patterned on the lines of the Grand Mosque of Marrakesh, Morocc...
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Patiala
Shri Kali Devi Temple is a temple in Patiala, Punjab. It was built by the Maharaja of Patiala in 1936. The Maharaja was inspired to build the temple a...