Top 26 Places to visit in Punjab

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Best things to do in Punjab and sightseeing in Punjab

This is a state in Northern India and the only one with almost complete Sikh Population. This state has the West Punjab Province of Pakistan on one side and in India is surrounded by the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan. The word Punjab is made up of two words- 'Pun' meaning 5 and 'Jab' meaning Rivers. Punjab or Panjab is thus the Land of Five Rivers. Chandigarh, an union territory of the country is the capital of Punjab. The largest industry of Punjab is the Agricultural while the other industries are scientific instruments manufacturing, agricultural and other electronic goods. Punjab is also the largest steel rolling Industry of India. This region exists from time of the Mahabharata and was ruled by the Katoch Rulers. The Sikh clan later rose to prominence especially during the time of the Mughals. Maharaja Ranjit Singh was the founder of the Sikh Dynasty in the beginning of the 19th Century. Punjab is also a golden name in the history of Independence of India with names of bravehearts such as Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. Bhangra is the traditional folk and Lohri is the traditional festival here.

Jallianwala Bagh - Punjab

This is a public Park in Amritsar, Punjab and is a symbol of Independence and tragedies related to it. Once it so happened that a British Lady named Marshella was cornered by an Indian mob and beaten up. She was rescued by a man who was the father of her pupil. Hearing this General Dyer issued an order that every Indian had to cover the distance by crawling and the English officers could shoot and hit any Indian whom they saw. To protest against this, around 15000 men, women and children gathered in the Jallianwala Bagh and were protesting peacefully. After around an hour General Dyer and his army blocked all the exit ways of the park and ordered random shooting resulting which thousands of men and women died. This was one of the most tragic massacres of the Indian History. A memorial to honor those who died in this incident is made over here with a lamp which burns 24 hours. There is lush greenery in this park with a number of flowering plants as well.
Can fell the presence of our nations brave heroes...
vinay vinvin

106 Followers, 18 Reviews


This is historic place where the massacre of peaceful celebrators including unarmed women and children by British occupying forces, on the occasion of the Punjabi New Year on April 13, 1919. The casualties were counted upto 1500. You can feel the terrible feel that the people would have felt during the massacre, a single narrow gate and path. No place to hide or escape. The only way is to jump into the well. It's an emotional feel. A museum inside will help you to understand how it was.
SHIMOJ

229 Followers, 85 Reviews


indian Martyr's Soul
Cibin Albin

54 Followers, 3 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Things to do
photography, history tours
Open Hours
Summers- 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM and during winters- 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Budget
Free

Amritsar - Punjab

Amritsar has made a huge contribution to Indian history and is the holiest hub for Sikhs. The name of the city, which means the pool of nectar, is derived from the pool that surrounds the Golden Temple. Though the city is quite congested, it has an air of spirituality and a heart to it. The stunning complex of the Golden Temple, with the Central Sikh Museum, will surround you with a spiritual energy that is hard to shake off. The gurdwara is located at the nucleus of the lake, which glitters like gold after the sun goes down. At every corner you’ll find devotees who have volunteered for either cooking or cleaning the premise. Eat a free meal at the dining hall and make sure you don’t waste any food. The Jallianwala Bagh, from the pages of history, comes to life here. The complex, where around 1500 people were massacred, still has bullet marks all over it. A peek into the well, inside which hundreds jumped to save their lives, is sure to leave you feeling uncomfortable. An hour away from the city is the Wagah Border, where the gates divide Pakistan and India. An evening parade, held before sunset every day, is an experience worth savouring. Amritsar remains incomplete without the lassi with heaps of malai, available almost everywhere. There are endless options to stay in the city but if you want to splurge, consider the Green Acres Haveli and Country Inn Hotels and Resorts.
Golden temple
Kashyap

25 Followers, 48 Reviews


jallianwala bagh, Golden Temple, wagah border... A day in Amritsar well spent...Admired the wagah border parade 'it gives the complete feel of nation..' Golden Temple..a holy place to be visited by all in there life time.. jallianwala bagh...still we can feel the presence of our national heroes.
vinay vinvin

106 Followers, 18 Reviews


Amritsar is a city in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab, not far from the border with Pakistan. The Wagah Border is only about 30 KM's from the city. There are numerous economical hotels available in Amritsar & apart from the Wagah Border other places to visit include - Jallianwala Bagh & the sacred Golden Temple. Amritsar is well connected by road / rail / air from all parts of the country. From New Delhi, Amritsar is about 452 KM's away.
Prachi Srivastava Sahni

57 Followers, 40 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,October,November,December
Things to do
Family Vacation,Historical Places,Religious
Open Hours
Budget

Golden Temple - Punjab

Visited this place around 2000 hours. Holiest place I ever came across. Majorly worshipped by Sikhs but you’ll find people from almost all religions worshipping here without discrimination. Beautifully place with historical values. Cleanliness here has a higher priority. Sevaks maintains this place as their own homes. The inner and the outer beauty is just stunning unable to phrased in words. Overwhelmed by the entire surrounding is all I can say. And last but not the least you should not miss on Langar Thali. The day came to an end and so the trip with this spiritual experience and lots of positive vibes. Next day started my way back to my own city and my own people.
Chetna Patil

20 Followers, 11 Reviews


A peaceful place , some beautiful people, filled with holy spirit, the golden evening.. all together makes this place mesmerizing.... satnam shri waheguru....
vinay vinvin

106 Followers, 18 Reviews


Jaswanth Jagadeesh

108 Followers, 45 Reviews


Harmandir Sahib - Punjab

The Golden Temple also known as Harmandir Sahib is the holiest Gurdwara situated in Amritsar. A Sikh guru named Guru Arjan designed the golden temple and installed the “Adi Granth (Holy Scripture of Sikhism)” in the temple. In 19th Century, Maharaja Ranjit Singh took over Punjab and defended it from the attacks of the neighbouring regions. This was when he covered the top floors of the Gurdwara with Gold which helped the temple to make a distinct place in itself, and also it got the English name. The Gurdwara is surrounded by a lake, which consists the “Holy Water” and three Holy trees. Many memorial slab and plaques are placed inside the Gurdwara, which commemorates the past events.
In the center of the city, an amazing place with stunning architecture. Religious feel and more interesting is its history. The night view of the Shrine with all lights lit up, chants and the chill breeze makes you feel you are in different world.
SHIMOJ

229 Followers, 85 Reviews


World famous Sikh temple
Cibin Albin

54 Followers, 3 Reviews


Floating at the end of a long causeway, the Golden Temple itself is a mesmerising blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles, with an elegant marble lower level adorned with flower and animal motifs in pietra dura work (as seen on the Taj Mahal). More shrines and monuments are dotted around the edge of the compound. Inside the main entrance clock tower, the Sikh Museum shows the persecution suffered by the Sikhs at the hands of Mughals, the British and Mrs Indira Gandhi. Unlike many historical sacred sites, the Golden Temple of Amritsar is still fully alive with religious fervor and sacredness, and visitors are welcomed to join in the experience. Although the building itself has great historical and architectural interest, it is the Golden Temple's great spiritual meaning for Sikh believers (and others) that is most memorable to visitors.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
A dip in the holy water. Observing the plaques and memorial slabs inside the Gurdwara.
Open Hours
3AM - 10PM
Budget
Free

Pathankot - Punjab

Located at the foothills of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh, Pathankot is a beautiful city famous for its rich historical past. Lush greenery, winding mountain roads, sparkling clear waters and clean, crisp mountain air make Pathankot a delight for every nature lover. Pathankot was once the capital of the state of Nurpur, and the city's glorious past can be traced back to the mighty Nurpur Fort. About 900 years old, this fort was built by Pathania Rajputs and later renamed by Shah Jahan after his beloved wife Nur Jahan. Pathankot houses two of the most revered temples of the region, namely Kathgarh temple and Nagni temple. The Kathgarh temple's 6-feet-high Shivalinga will leave you wide eyed. Decorated with intricate carvings, the Nagni temple is dedicated to the goddess of snakes and is believed to grant the wishes of the faithful. To reach Pathankot, one can easily catch a bus from Delhi or Chandigarh.
What a day to start. After filling my dehydration backpack with 2 ltr of Glucose water, whole convoy was ready to start. And as we started our bike, God showered his blessings on us via rains. After wearing our rain gears we started soon. A 400kms long drive from Pathankot to Srinagar in rains was not an easy task. For a folk like me who never rode a bullet earlier, its a kind of a challenge. Still we rode and rode well through water roads, mountains and traffic. We crossed Jammu, Udhampur, Patnitop, went into darkness of Jwahar Tunnel for almost 3kms and reached Srinagar by around 9pm.
AmanJ

1 Followers, 13 Reviews


Day 2 - Geared up for the next place Srinagar which is 360kms away.Started at 6:30 and reached at around 9 pm due to high traffic at srinagar.You can feel the flavour of bangalore traffic at srinagar :P.Got our stay at House boat.House Boat is beautiful and loved the stay here. Stay at srinagar - California house boat ( loved it )
Ajit Kumar

5 Followers, 10 Reviews


Where the heinous act occurred.
Prateek Dham

926 Followers, 571 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,April,October,November,December
Things to do
Food and Drinks,Historical Places,Nature
Open Hours
Budget

Jalandhar - Punjab

Punjab is warm and welcoming no matter which corner of it you choose to visit. However, Jalandhar doesn't have much to offer in terms of making one experience that bonhomie, unless a plethora of temples work fine for you. But if you're on your way to a hill station (Shimla, Srinagar, Mussoorie etc) then some interesting stopovers could be the Pushpa Gujral Science City, where one can watch a planetarium show, earthquake simulator, flight simulator, virtual 3D show and many galleries and exhibits. One can never quite leave Punjab without experiencing at least a dash of it's vibrant and hearty culture, and for just that dash, Rangla Punjab Haveli takes the prize in this city. A charming Punjabi village themed resort with folk music playing in the background, the staff dressed in colourful phulkari jackets and tehmat-kurtas, serving mouthwatering Punjabi vegetarian dishes, that could making anyone feel every bit of that old traditional charm. Another such wonder is the restaurant Haveli, with the same lively ambiance and also shops where one can buy traditional Punjabi clothes. For amazing Punjabi non-vegetarian dishes, Baba Chicken is the place to go.
Jaswanth Jagadeesh

108 Followers, 45 Reviews


Day 16 & 17: The long drive back to DelhiThe flipside of coming back from Leh via the Sringar route is the LONG drive back home. The drive becomes more or less uninteresting the moment one leaves Srinagar valley. To keep it interesting we took out the "Highway on my plate" - guide book and made it a point to visit the Dhabas enroute. An early start from Srinagar saw us having breakfast on the other side of Jawahar tunnel amidst torrential rain. The breakfast was heavenly of Warqi Parantha with freshly made Atta ka halwa in a tiny shackle of a dhaba on the roadside. We had to keep the breakfast light keeping in mind the next eating stop of Rajmash Chawal at Peera Morh. The next stop was to pick up Son halwa at a village just after Patnitop. However we just had enough space to taste eat. The rest was left to be eaten later on. The gastronomical ride took a rest, and it was some dreary driving all the way to Pathankot. We thought of picking up "Palangtod" there but at the last moment decided against it. The night was spent at a lavish 4 star hotel, i forget the name now, in the middle of Jalandhar. They were desperate to have us there, and the tariff was reduced from 6k to about 1.5k if i remember correctly now. Being a nice hotel, and delhi not being far away. We started off lazily on the final day of the drive. A dhaba between Jalandhar & Ludhiana was to become our breakfast point, although not that great. And again i forget the name of the dhaba. We had to give Puran singh ka dhaba (at Ambala) a miss, as we were pretty much stuffed with food by now. The drive toward Delhi was uneventful, but as always such drives leads to very interesting conversation. This time the conversation led to another trip planning towards Ladakh, but this time on a bike. Action has already begun on the planning and purchasing part of the next trip, which led us to buy a new tourer in the family, WanderB. A Classic 500cc...
Harsh Vardhan

564 Followers, 47 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,November,December
Things to do
Food and Drinks
Open Hours
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Budget
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Atari - Punjab

It is the border gate to Pak.. The BSF do a Wagah border ceremony before sunset. A large crowd will be there to witness the event with full patriotic feeling. It's a special feel being there- Being Indian.
SHIMOJ

229 Followers, 85 Reviews


The most bizarre closing border ceremony ever! (But I wonder how many closing border ceremonies are around the world...).
Andrea Aguilar-Calderón

348 Followers, 37 Reviews


Wagah Border - Punjab

Also known as Gurmukhi, this is a village and also the border where India and Pakistan was once divided to become two different countries. On this side of the border, the region is more popularly known as Attari and falls in Amritsar. On the other side, it falls in the Lahore city of Punjab of Pakistan and is known as Wahgah. On both sides the flags of the respective countries are raised up everyday and again lowered 2 hours before sunset. There is also the famous Wagah Rail line over here which forms a part of the Grand Trunk Road which continues in Pakistan as well. The Wagah Border Ceremony is worth seeing and is carried on by the Indian Army and the Pakistan Rangers on the respective sides of the border gate.
This is basically a border gate between India and Pakistan and there is a closing and opening of gate ceremony done here by the border forces of both the countries. The whole ceremony seems a little theatrical but that does nothing to the whole environment of the place that is charged with patriotic emotions. Its something that cannot be described you have to be there among hundreds of people on both sides of the border to experience it.
Shoyeta chatterjee

319 Followers, 60 Reviews


Wagah, is around 32 kms away from Amristar and is located on the international highway to Lahore, Pakistan. It is particularly famous for the aggressive march by the Border Security Force of either country during its flag lowering ceremony every evening at 5pm. Before the ceremony begins each country belts out its patriotic songs one decibel louder than the other’s. The BSF hand out flags for the spectators to carry and run in a fit of patriotic fervour. While most people tear up when Vande Matarm is played, the PT instructor with a whistle hung around his neck asks all the spectators to stretch their arms in unison. When Chak De India begins playing, most women run down their seats into the common ground and begin dancing. The ‘Beating the Retreat’ ceremony includes stiff marching, exchange of threatening looks and fierce postures. The end of the ceremony is marked by the awed silence of the audience, the neatly folded flag being carried away and a firm handshake followed by a loud slam of the border gate.
Gayatri Manu

503 Followers, 30 Reviews


Best time to visit
4:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Things to do
City tours
Open Hours
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Budget
Free

Kesar Da Dhaba - Punjab

The pride of the Amritsar Cantonment, this small dhaba serves delicious Punjabi food at low costs. The dhaba is inside a small lane and so it is better that you park your vehicle outside the lane. The servings are huge and one plate is enough for two people even if you are starving. Their authentic spicy, Punjabi taste with the sweetness of the thick, creamy lassi is just superb. Their specialties are their stuffed parantha thali and lassi. Desi Ghee is what they put in most of their food and so be prepared to let your diet regime go for a toss and eat here to enjoy real Indian food.
4. Amritsari Thali Order a special thali comprising of laccha parantha, Dal Makahni, Chhole, and Dahi Bhalla, and you will not be disappointed. The paranthas dripping in desi ghee are sure to send your dietitian's warning alarm ticking, but this meal deserves a cheat day. Bhravan Da Dhaba near Golden Temple, Kesar Ka Dhaba in Katra Jaimal Singh (old city) and Inderpuri on Cooper road (near the pull) are the best places to have this meal. Finish your meal with a delicious Firni (crushed rice pudding).
Trisha Mahajan

348 Followers, 26 Reviews


Don’t give up on the dabah as you squeeze past a cycle rickshaw and get lost for the nth time trying to find its location. The heavens will sing to you when you finally find it and the air-conditioned yet frugal dabah will provide some respite from the summer heat. A burly man will walk to you without a menu and demand that you place an order. Expecting you to have researched what to order for, like the other nervous tourists who sit beside you. When he places that cold lassi in front of you, you will pray that your already full stomach does not fail you. The legendary kulcha with enough ghee to run an Indian household for a month will arrive and that burly man will crush it right before your eyes with his man-hands to prepare it for the mortals. After the meal, feeling like you can’t move and have to be airlifted is a perfectly normal reaction.
Gayatri Manu

503 Followers, 30 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Eat- out
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
Rs 500 for 4 people approx

Bharawan da Dhaba - Punjab

Located near the Amritsar Municipal Corporation, the Bharawan da Dhaba is a very renowned restaurant serving North Indian and fast food. It is among the most famous places to eat in Amritsar. The place has a very pleasant ambience and is fully Air-Conditioned which makes it more comfortable. This place is famous for Amritsari Kulcha, Daal Makhani, Makki Di Roti & Sarson ka Saag. The service is very fast as the customers come in large chunks.
The story underlying is very interesting and very filmy. The restaurant was originally run by two brothers who parted ways owing property dispute. Now, both brothers run two different and very successful Dhabas which stand adjacent to each other. One named ‘BROTHER DA BHABA’; another named ‘BHARAWAN DA DHABA’.
Monika Roy Chowdhury

228 Followers, 4 Reviews


This restaurant offers top-of-the-line north Indian cuisine. I tried the stuffed paratha glistening with Desi ghee, offered here. They were of course out of this world and I felt I was already ready for a siesta.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
Best time to visit this place will be around 9 pm, after a trip to Golden Temple.
Things to do
Amritsari Kulcha, Daal Makhani, Makki Di Roti & Sarson Ka Saag is a must try for everyone.
Open Hours
7:00 am to 12 midnight
Budget
Rupees 500 for two people.

Pathankot Bypass - Punjab

Pathankot Bypass is also known as Jalandhar - Dalhousie Bypass, Its the road netword that connects to Dalhousie.
The Main roadway that connects Jalandhar with Dalhousie. Just 20 minutes of drive from Jalandhar City and you will be no Pathankot Bypass. The road way is smooth drive through with great scenic beauty. It also have fuel station all across. The local railway line with small stations which runs parallel to the roadway makes you feel like you are in a hill station. Availability of Dhaba or restaurant is scare and is better to carry snacks for the same.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee

118 Followers, 13 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Road trip
Open Hours
24 Hrs.
Budget
Free

Udhampur - Punjab

It is a district of Jammu and Kashmir, the Vaishno Devi cave is an importatnt tourist and religious attraction of this district, major languages spoken here are Dogri, Hindi, Urdu, and Gojri. The headquarter of the district which goes by the same name is the fourth largest city of Jammu and Kashmir and is situated among lush Eucalyptus forests.
Day 14, Marathon ride to home (June 7th ‘14, Udhampur); Distance Covered ~2900 kms It was decided to move out at 9am next morning but the fatigue caught us badly resulting in delayed start. After breakfast & refuelling our bikes we headed for home (Delhi) at 11am on the final day of our quest, with around 650 kms to ride. We all were fervent to get back home and thought to take breaks after covering longer stretches. It’s easier said than done. The hot weather & scorching sun made it extremely difficult to ride for more than 45mins. at one go. We bid farewell to the hilly roads at Jammu and were back on the plain highway post that. It helped us to cover around 80-90 kms every hour. The rising temperature which went well beyond 47 degrees was testing our patience & endurance levels as well. It was becoming impossible to ride without drinking water after every 30 mins & seemed that the water was evaporating from our bodies. The heavy riding gears was causing lot of discomfort, but didn’t even think of riding without them. At times after being impatient, I was riding little faster than the remaining 3, only to slow down & wait for them to arrive. Perhaps this was an advantage that a 500 cc bike had over its 350 cc counterpart. We were easily clocking around 120 kms while the latter was finding it difficult to cross the 100 km/hr mark. However learning from previous day’s incident, we ensured to drive together with our speed hovering around 90km/hr. During our breaks we took updates from Amit about Ishwar’s release & were delighted to know that they were set free around 12pm. At the start of the day’s ride, Nishant had suggested to stop for lunch at Haveli restaurant at Ludhiana by around 3pm. We had reached the venue around 45 mins late with Amit, who was accompanying us throughout. During our last day’s ride it would have been wonderful to ride with all riders together in the similar way we drove on this route 12 days back. This couldn’t happen as few riders did not bother to stay back & support during the exigency, some had to stay back with Ishwar & those who started together from Udhampur were scattered, perhaps due to more frequent breaks taken by some riders. However within a span of 30-45 minutes every one had arrived at the restaurant, tired, drenched in sweat and exhausted. Came to know that Ebrahim & Sunil had lost their way while Mrinmoy, Ankit & remaining Nagpur team who were riding together reached as soon as we had reached. Maneesh shared his incident where he had met with a small accident when a bike had abruptly hit him. Thankfully he was lucky to not fall on the road like the other guy who had hot him & he accelerated away from the scene to avoid any unfavourable situation, like the previous day. In fact during an informal chat with the police & army officials at Srinagar, we realised that if we had ran away from the spot, we would have saved ourselves from the trouble. Maneesh understood this & did not bother to stop at the spot and rightly so because he wasn’t at fault either. At Ludhiana, getting into the air-conditioned restaurant seemed to have injected new life into our bodies & after getting refreshed over sumptuous lunch we left within an hour. While leaving some of the riders began to contemplate riding the entire stretch uptill Delhi that night. Finally some riders halted at Ambala and it was a sensible decision because stretching beyond the point when your body retires is dangerous. However we 4, Nishant & Varun rolled ahead & were determined to go all the way. While leaving the restaurant Tarun & Anuj requested us to stay back at their home at Panipat. It was getting late & we were getting signals that our body fuel was draining out fast. However the ride at night was more comfortable & easier than riding during the day. We kept taking breaks at regular intervals and for water, stretching our muscles and refuelling our bikes & stopped at Panipat toll where we bid farewell to the brother duo with whom I had enjoyed thoroughly and formed the foursome gang. We decided to move towards Delhi & not to stay with them as we also wanted to reach our home & sleep there. So we parted after hugging & thanking each other & hoping to get on a new ride sooner. Maneesh & me left for Delhi along with Amit. We had reached Delhi border at around 1am & by then I had already dozed off couple of times, so had to stop to wash my face & get refreshed. The last 20 kms appeared like another 200 kms & was not getting over quickly. At Mukarba chowk we finally bid goodbye & headed for our home, sweet home. Riding for ~650 kms was extremely tiring but within i was excited to bring back enough memories & stories to share with everyone. In the words of Ibn Batuta, “travelling leaves you speechless & turns you into a story teller” which summarises my 14-day expedition aptly. The experiences from even the smallest distance travelled, the mesmerising sight of the hills, the tranquility of the lakes, the roughness of the rocky hills, the potholes, the treacherous terrain of the passes have left a permanent impression on my mind and I will cherish it lifelong. As someone said- “In the end we regret the chances we didn’t take.” And this time thankfully it took the chance and got on board to live my dream. Not only I joined the trip, I celebrated it throughout. Today as I sit down to watch the pictures & get into introspection mode, I realize that this journey has changed me to certain extent. The very thought of getting on the trip after quitting my job was something that I wouldn’t have dared to do few years back. Thankfully I did it without any regrets as the experience gained on this trip is monumental & will treasure it till end of time. Some of my friends acknowledge & appreciate it while some may consider it utter foolishness. I am able to appreciate the smaller things we see every day and have become adaptable to the extreme situations/conditions such as crossing the deadly stretches in the wee hours & enjoying it rather than cribbing about it or being happy about having Maggi for lunch & not blaming the organisers for a proper lunch arrangements & many more of such instances. This trip also had reinforced my self-belief and has strengthened me to take on the challenges head on & without being anxious of any situation. Perhaps my accident on Day1 had made me stronger mentally & made me believe that even though everything may not go our way, but with determination we can make our way to the top. The scenic locales, rivers, lakes, have made me fall in love with nature & now would not object if Subha (wifey) wants to place some plants in our balcony, which I had strongly resisted till now. I had shared a room with 2-3 riders who snored dangerously & even farted and thankfully learnt to adjust to every situation instead of cribbing about it like some of my fellow riders.As riders, we needed to understand that being on a road trip there would be several ups & downs & we should be ready to accept it with a smile. Perhaps this contended attitude was the key to enjoyment & rediscovering ourselves. Unfortunately most of my rider friends from Delhi were found to be less accommodating to changes while friends from other parts were quite cool about the adjustments. I do not want to start a regional war by making this statement but, unfortunately, this was experienced and my belief that riders from Delhi were more adaptable was changed. However that does not change my equation with them & my bonding gets stronger every time as I revisit the days spent with them. In the words of Tim Cahill – “A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles”. I am proud that I have more friends now & together we have covered >3500 kms and have stood by each other in testing times & even to get clicked together at a scenic locale. This trip has also made me realise that India is more beautiful that I thought it was. I would surely want to travel more & see the unseen than lusting for a foreign location. The wanderlust has seeped deep into my blood & my quest for travelling on my Royal Enfield is going to take me far into the unknown territories, making me meet new riders/travellers, sharing & learning from their experiences. Henceforth I would perhaps travel more to enjoy the journey rather than the destination. Lastly, I cannot end without thanking the superb team of Royal Bikers- Amit, Manu, Varun(s) & Nishant. Thanks for making this ride ‘The Ride of my life’. We get better with every experience & wish that the experience gained in this trip will help us burn our tyres for many more kms. We should not be disheartened by the unpleasant incidences but be happy that we braved them, took them head on & came out with flying colours. Fellow riders- Manoj, Dhiraj Patil, Anant Singh, Shivaraju Mariyappa, Anurag Sharma, Rohit Mantri, Mohit Sharma, Gopal, Ranga Rao, Sunil Bhatija, Manish Bhatija, Ebrahim, Navin Bhatia, Mirmoy, Ishwar Hingorani, Anurag Chaurasia, Amit Ganotra, Chankey Raj Singh, Ankit Rathi, Amit Bhatnagar, Rahul Mohan, Pramod Gupta, Samir Abrol, Vikas Garg, Jai Prasad, Kamal Thakur, Saurabh Saxena, Pardeep & remaining ones for being a sport & I am glad to be on this ride with each one of you. A big thanks to my foursome gang - Anuj, Tarun & Maneesh with whom I have conquered the hills honking our signature tune (which now has been patented ;) & only we will be using it). The families of every rider deserves a bigger round of applause for allowing them to join the ride covering the some of the most dangerous routes and helping them living their dreams. Kudos to you guys. Not to forget, my family, friends for your support & encouragement. Papa, I will be with you in the next trip at any time you call me, provided the destination is in India. And above all Subha, my super wifey, for being the best friend & pillar of my support. It wasn’t possible if you had not got me this bike, encouraged & kept poking me about my ride & its preparations, getting my ride list ready, packing & many more…Love you for all that & wish you join me on the next long ride to experience the magic together. In the words of Buddha- “Its better to travel than to arrive” and I wish to travel till It arrives. Check the Trip Album here- https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152082156426511.1073741828.556181510&type=1&l=440be322b7
Rajendra Prasad

182 Followers, 12 Reviews


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Attari - Punjab

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Attari station is about 30 minutes from the old city and only about 3.5 kms from the Wahga Border. The Samjhauta Express or the Attari Express leaves the Old Delhi railway station, and then travels to Attari, where the Attari Express changes formally into the Samjhauta Express. After the customs and immigration clearances at Attari, the passengers start their journey to Lahore in Pakistan through the Wagah border. This quaint station is a must visit, being the oldest train link between India and Pakistan since partition in 1947.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
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Hoshiarpur - Punjab

This is an old city in the Hoshiarpur District of Punjab and is believed to have been existed even in the 4th century. This place rose to importance during the early part of the 19th century when the forces of Maharaja Karanvir Singh occupied this area. This place is also known as "The Land of Saints" and there are also 39 seasonal rivulets which flopd this place during monsoons. The city is also known for their wood and ivory handicrafts. The city, being situated in the lap of the Shivaliks provides all tourists with some fantastic natural sceneries.
Day 2 & 3 – Ready for hills (26th June, Hoshiarpur); Distance Covered ~440kms Sardaar Manu was particular about the departure time & instruction was clearly written on the wall the very first day – if any rider was late, no one would wait for him & he had to reach the destination on his own. Perhaps this dictat ensured that everyone was geared up & present at the restaurant by 7am for breakfast. After getting the luggage & bags packed, we clicked some pics before setting off for Udhampur (J&K). Getting our bulls refueled was important to ensure that we don’t stop midway & waste time there, so everyone got theirs refueled every morning. The excitement in every rider was evident through the gleam in their eyes & the never-say-die attitude kept them going irrespective of the hot & humid weather conditions. All they wanted was to ride on the highest mountable road – Khardung La & cherish that feat lifelong. It was a majestic view when our entourage of REs went roaring on the National Highway. Some vehicles stopped by to give way to the gang & salute our spirit. Wherever we stopped for water/food break, localities used to get curious about us & kept inquiring about the purpose of the ride. Knowing about our passion, some appreciated, praised our courage and some even told we were nuts to get on this road journey. A puncture repair mechanic even offered free services to us in once instance. Perhaps he was one of the few who would have understood why we were there & respected that. And this respect was earned by every rider who ventured out to fulfill his dream, braving all hardships. While having out lunch at a Dhaba, around 80kms away from our destination, I met Mr Faryaaz, a RE showroom owner from Srinagar, who was delighted to see our gang & invited us to come over to his workshop. The events of punctures & smaller problems continued as we were about to leave after lunch when Jai’s bike had a flat tyre. I reached out for the portable air pump that was kept in my saddle bag & discovered that it was damaged in the previous day’s incident. Another loss added to the list. Thanks again to the backup truck where spare tyre was kept to keep our wheels rolling and his punctured tyre was replaced with a spare tyre which enabled us to leave the place sooner. We opted for a short-cut route to reach Udhampur faster which took us on the testing ‘track’ for the very first time. It was the start of the hills & at places it was pure off-roading track which I enjoyed thoroughly. It was then when I realized that there were some more damages in my machine when it kept off-balancing on the broken roads. Not only that, the damaged chain cover broke & got stuck between the chain & chassis area, producing a dreadful noise. Thanks to Spicy Varun & Nishant who noticed the same & we had to stop to rectify the problem. I had to get my hands dirty with to remove the broken part which was stuck there. In the process, I went off-balance & my left hand accidentally touched the silencer which was not less than a furnace at that point. This mishap burnt my little finger and added to my agony. Unfortunately none of us were carrying ‘Burnol’ in our personal first aid boxes that time so tried a ‘desi’ remedy- applied ‘Colgate’ toothpaste on the affected area. Guess the remedy had worked as I was felt relieved after applying it around the burnt area. Unfortunately I was unable to wear my glove and that had made my ride difficult, as the heat from sun rays & hot smoke emitted by passing vehicles were adding to the burning sensation. Also the opted route with several potholes & severely damaged resulted in taking more time than the regular long route. It was testing indeed as few riders had tasted the dust while falling off their bikes & most of us got a first-hand experience to set our expectation on the road ahead. It was a relief to enter Udhampur city after a 50km torturous ride & we checked into Dolphin Hotel around 6pm after a drive of ~240 kms. Getting a bath to rub off the dirt & sweat was the first thing we did & then gathered at room of the lively mates from Mumbai, discussing each other’s experience & forecasting how torturous our ride was going to be at the Passes en route. As glasses were filled with coloured water, music & dance went beyond acceptable limits. So ‘Sardaar’ had to intervene in his way which had annoyed a few. Perhaps it was the first instance which shook some of the riders & importance of being in limits & enjoying without disturbing other was underlined. Over dinner came across a unique food item- ‘Fish Paneer’ which was surprisingly a vegetarian item & we all were inquisitive to know more about this one. We couldn’t stop laughing to know that it was Paneer cut in the shape of a fish & hence named so. Perhaps the chef in our gang, Mrinmoy & Sunil were stunned more than anyone else after learning this secret recipe. Chats & strategies continued at the dinner table & bonding grew stronger between the riders which was a welcome move. The plan for next day was intimated to all with a caution that it was going to get tougher thereon and every one was happily looking forward for the tougher ride ahead. Day3- Passport to Srinagar (27th May, Hoshiarpur); Distance Covered ~685 kms. We all were excited for many reasons, primarily that we won’t have to bear the heat anymore as we were going to cruise at a higher altitude and my reason was that I will be riding between the hills to reach Srinagar- the city which is one of the most beautiful places in the world & that I always wanted to visit to. I applied medicines & bandage around my burnt finger to be able to ride on with a gloves which was important for a better grip & control. Initially it was painful to put on & take off my gloves, but off late, I got used to it & focused on enjoying the curves of the hills. Riding through the hills always gave me a different kick & pulls me to join a ride. For many riders it was their maiden ride through the curves and everyone seemed enjoying it. After setting out early at 7am we took our breakfast halt after crossing Patnitop around 70kms away from Udhampur. Unfortunately the dhaba was short of resources to feed all of us at one go so our back-up truck driver- Hasmukh, displayed his culinary skills by making Parathas for most of us, which surely sorted the confusion & helped us to leave the place early. The road to Srinagar on NH1A was well made & glimpse of snow-capped peaks made it more appealing. We kept clicking the hills, majestic roads & effusive river as & when we stopped for our hourly breaks. By now, most of us had formed smaller groups with like-minded fellow riders, though we remained a part of the larger group during the ride. I was travelling with Maneesh aka ‘Shahrukh/Jwala’, Tarun aka ‘Beauty’ & his brother Anuj, the Air Force engineer. We crossed the famous 2.8 kms long Jawahar Tunnel around afternoon and cheered throughout the tunnel, enjoying the echoing sound of our machines & also clicked some snaps inside (not knowing it was prohibited). As we came out the tunnel gang was waiting at the point known as ‘Titanic View point’ where we clicked some more pics & felt good to get a 360degree view of snow-capped mountains. Also came to know about Spicy Varun’s fall just outside the tunnel which was not serious and again his leg guard had saved his bike while the riding gear saved his skin & bones. We had our lunch at the Dhaba where I had left my sling bag containing my wallet, ID documents & other important stuff. Moreover I discovered it after driving for 40 kms just before entering Srinagar. In a jiffy I tried reaching all possible riders who were behind me. Thankfully came to know through Nishant that Amit had picked the bag when he had stopped at same dhaba for lunch. I thanked god & considered myself fortunate enough to get away with this unwanted trouble. At that point I felt that Amit had saved my trip from getting ruined & breathed a sigh of relief. Before entering Srinagar, I was sure that my bike needed immediate repair & had coordinated with Mr Faryaaz at Srinagar to arrange for aligning my rear wheel. I was 30 kms away from the city & had to reach within 30mins at his workshop in the city to get the problem sorted. Mr Faryaaz happily agreed to keep his shop open by an hour beyond his daily working hours just to help me out. We reached Srinagar & assembled at Tourist Reception Centre (TRC). We all were stunned by the hostile treatment of some of the localites present there, when they started hurling abusive & offensive words at us & shouting- ‘40 Indians have entered into Pakistan on their bikes’ and instigating us by doing stupid things to create a rift. We got a hang of the prevalent unreceptive conditions so kept our cool and kept ignoring them. I along with Tarun headed towards the RE workshop & got my bike fixed & some more damaged parts were repaired. While coming back me & Tarun were some more lunatics tried to stop us mid way but we managed to avoid confronting them & headed towards our hotel. The very image of a beautiful Srinagar in my mind, with equally beautiful people, was dented & me along with other fellow riders were feeling unsecured in the city. This was an different & unexpected experience altogether which we wish to forget. In the evening we were taken to Nagin Lake area where a sumptuous dinner was arranged & we enjoyed Kashmiri cuisine at its best. We also got on to the Shikara for a short ride around the lake & regretted for not being able to stay in a house boat. It was getting cooler by night & our drive back to hotel our first tryst with spine chilling cold. Also most of us were not expecting the sharp drop in the temperature & were not dressed adequately for the same. However the day ended with a mixed experience of great picturesque hills & valley of Kashmir & some unpleasant incidents which I wish to forget & forgive, to keep my journey through the valley a memorable one.
Rajendra Prasad

182 Followers, 12 Reviews


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Wagah Border Park - Punjab

Also known as Gurmukhi, this is a village and also the border where India and Pakistan was once divided to become two different countries. On this side of the border, the region is more popularly known as Attari and falls in Amritsar. On the other side, it falls in the Lahore city of Punjab of Pakistan and is known as Wahgah. On both sides the flags of the respective countries are raised up everyday and again lowered 2 hours before sunset. There is also the famous Wagah Rail line over here which forms a part of the Grand Trunk Road which continues in Pakistan as well. The Wagah Border Ceremony is worth seeing and is carried on by the Indian Army and the Pakistan Rangers on the respective sides of the border gate.
India and Pakistan Border
Niraz Nizam

222 Followers, 7 Reviews


Best time to visit
4:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Things to do
City tours
Open Hours
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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Wagah - Punjab

This is a real surprise. And a real spectacle, I must say. I have been here twice and the galleries are always jam-packed on the Indian side of the Indo-Pak border. I have no idea who these people are, and where they come from. But everyone takes part in the collective frenzy of the drama that entails at the border during sunset.
Mahuya Paul

587 Followers, 64 Reviews


Golden Temple Amritsar - Punjab

The Golden Temple also known as Harmandir Sahib is the holiest Gurdwara situated in Amritsar. A Sikh guru named Guru Arjan designed the golden temple and installed the “Adi Granth (Holy Scripture of Sikhism)” in the temple. In 19th Century, Maharaja Ranjit Singh took over Punjab and defended it from the attacks of the neighbouring regions. This was when he covered the top floors of the Gurdwara with Gold which helped the temple to make a distinct place in itself, and also it got the English name. The Gurdwara is surrounded by a lake, which consists the “Holy Water” and three Holy trees. Many memorial slab and plaques are placed inside the Gurdwara, which commemorates the past events.
As I entered this spectacular spiritual shimmering temple, I somehow felt at peace. I washed my feet at the climbed up a couple of steps, excited to catch a glimpse of it. I walked closer, and had to climb down a couple of steps, slowly, this magnificent façade came into my sight. I was truly left stunned as I saw it set up beautifully on the Sarovar (lake), while thousands of followers, all with devotion in their eyes either took a bath in the Sarovar with their sons, knelt on the floor to pay it respect, enjoyed the Langar which is available all day round or just stared at in awe. As the pilgrims first pay their respect to the number of small shrines while they walk around the parkirama and the Harmindar Sahib, it is only after they complete this round, they do genuflection before the Akal Takth and queue up in hundreds to enter the main shrine. With devotees from various backgrounds, engaging themselves in the Kar Sewa together, I couldn’t help but point out the sense of equality I experienced during this visit.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


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Things to do
A dip in the holy water. Observing the plaques and memorial slabs inside the Gurdwara.
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3AM - 10PM
Budget
Free

Durgiana Mandir - Punjab

Made in the style of the Golden Temple of Amritsar, this is another temple dedicated to Lord Laxmi- Narayan in the same city of Amritsar. One of the main pilgrim places in Punjab, this temple is also known as the Durgiana Tirath or the Sitla Mandir. The construction of the temple was done by Guru Harsai Mal Kapoor and is often known as the Silver Temple. This is mainly due to the beautiful carved silver doors of this temple. Both Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna are worshipped here along with Goddess Durga. This temple houses a number of historical shrines of Sita Mata and The Bara Hanuman. The main festivals celebrated here are the Dusshera, Janmastami, Ram Navami and Diwali. The Temple features include a beautiful dome and pillars and the dome is illuminated with glittering lights during the evenings.
Constructed along the lines of the Golden temple, the temple is also called the Silver temple due to its carved silver doors. The temple has slowly gained prominence over the years, with pilgrims visiting the temple form both India and abroad. It is also known as the Durgiana, its name derived from the Hindu Goddess Durga. In close proximity to the Railway station and the Bus stand, the Durgiana Mandir owes its existence to Guru Shai Mal Kapoor, a religious leader who proposed the idea of the temple. It is his statue in a sitting position that stands immortalised outside the main temple entrance, also called the Darshani Deori. Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya laid the foundation stone of the temple in the year 1924, on the occasion of Ganga Dashmi.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Things to do
Worship
Open Hours
6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Budget
Free

Golden Tulip - Punjab

Named after the world famous Golden Temple in Amritsar, this is a lavish 4- star hotel in the same city. This hotel is absolute value for money and recommended on your trip to Amritsar. It is a clean and comfortable place with very standard rooms. The staff starting from the attendents to the receptionists are all extremely friendly and helpful. The food served here is also very good.
I stayed at Hotel Golden Tulip which was extremely comfortable and probably the best option in Amritsar if you’re looking at a tariff of INR3,203 - 5,158 per night.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


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Holiday resort
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Hall Road - Punjab

The Hall road is one of the busiest roads in Amritsar, Punjab as it is the home of a very popular shopping market called the Hall Bazaar. It is located in Katra Ahluwalia, Amritsar, Punjab. The Hall Road is the address for thousands of shops and stalls located in the Hall Bazar starting from Jeweller shops to Fish Shop. The Hall Road is a very crowded road and it has a ambience of the Sikh culture in it. This is a must visit place for travelers who come to visit Amritsar.
Went to Raunaq Jutis in Hall Gate, which was recommended to me Mr. Itinder Singh. From here, I took a rickshaw to Hall Bazaar where I went to Raja Exclusive to shop for Phulkaari Chunnis.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
Best time to visit is between September
Things to do
Amritsari Fish. Best Place for Shopaholics.
Open Hours
No fixed open hours available
Budget
Free

Pul Kanjari - Punjab

A small Village on the Amritsar- Lahore Road, this is situated on the Wagah Border and is a few kilometers away from Amritsar. This village was a favorite place for Maharaja Ranjit Singh and he used to always halt here for at least a few days while travelling along Amritsar to Lahore or back. The name means a Bridge (Pul) which was built for a Kanjari (dancer). This dancer was extremely talented and that her shoes once fell into the river and thus she insisted on this bridge being built. There is a fortress here whih consists of a temple, a mosque, a pool as well as a gurudwara. This is the evidence of the secularism followed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. There is also a memorial in the village in the memory of the jawans who had to sacrifice their lives in the War of 1971 with Pakistan.
This fascinating and charming site is a based on one of the numerous legends from Mahraja Ranjit Singh’s time. The legend states that a young muslim dancer (Punjabi word Kanjiri for concubine) Moran, hailing from Lahore, once was on her way to dance at the Maharaja’s Baradari, her sandal fell into the water channel on the way. The piqued dancer refused to dance until a pul (bridge) was built, hence the place became popular as Paul Kanjri.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


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Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum - Punjab

Located in the largest city of Punjab, Ludhiana, this is a war museum named after Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Maharaja is known as the "Lion of Punjab" and this museum was opened to the public in the year 1999. The museum has a simple design and is circled by a pretty garden with colorful flowering plants. The war museum is mainly dedicated to all those bravehearts who have laid their lives in the various battles fought so far. The items displayed in the museum also make all citizens and visitors aware of the importance of defense in everyones' lives. there are displays of tanks, canons and other weapons along with the model of the INS Vikrant. The sense of nationality is wonderful that each visitor feels over here. The light and sound show which is held here regularly is an attraction as well. In this show you get to know about the Independence Movement in which Punjab took part whole- heartedly.
You will be witnessing the household of the Sikh Empire's founder. A great fighter and an extraordinary leader. Right next to this museum stands the beautiful Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama, which is an eternal visual record which encapsulates the life of the Maharaja. All this is packed in a huge circular and two storied building which highlight the superb painting that gloriously convey the stories of his battles. All this is punctuated with several figures that render the place a new dimension; all this is supported by a multimedia exhibition depicting the scene of war. Some other things that are worth noticing here are several huge and paintings of real life size. Along with that there are dioramas which feature the life and times of the great Maharaja himself. One thing that is highlighted is a court scene of the erstwhile metropolis of Lahore. The latter is a likeness of a painting by the Astro-Hungarian artist, August Schoefft; also called ‘Court of Lahore’, it was completed it in 1852 and exhibited in Vienna for the first time in 1855.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
History tours
Open Hours
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM except Mondays
Budget
Rs 40 for adults, Rs 20 for children and free for children upto 5 years

Makhan Fish & Chicken Corner - Punjab

Situated near Madaan Hospital , Majitha Road, Amritsar, The Makhan Fish & Chicken Corner is a must visit outlet while your stay in Amritsar. A very efficient and well maintained restaurant serving mouth watering food at lightining speed, just at the walking distance from the Golden temple. Best place to unwind after all the sightseeing in Amritsar. The place is very famous for its Fish and chicken dishes. The place is always filled with travelers and they have a very helping and effective team of workers to manage the huge demand.
Truly living up to its name and Amritsar’s pride, this small AC restaurant offered the best Amritsari fish I have ever tried with butter naan. For vegetarians, the best option would be to try the tomato paneer with any bread that they offer. The list of items on their menu wasn't extensive, but it absolutely aced when it came to parameters of taste and authenticity.
Sara Suri

313 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
Best time to visit will be after trip from Golden temple or Wagah border
Things to do
Fish Dishes, Chicken Dishes.
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Budget
Rupees 700 for two people

Kalanaur - Punjab

Located in Gurdaspur district, Punjab, Kalanaur is said to have a couple of stories attached to its name, according to the Imperial Gazetteer the name was formed beacuse of the 2 brothers that found it Kala and Noor, according to historians the town was formed by the Noor tribe of Rajput, it is also said that the town may have got its name after the Kaleshwar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, within a local fort.
They say " jinne na wekhya lahore o wekhe kalanaur" everything was good about this place... it was part of my solo trip.... the village where akbar was sworn in as king when humanyun died in Delhi. Just near this place is a broken monument called " luk chupp" where Akbar used to play with his friends and it had some underground tunnel to Lahore according to locales. The fields surrounding this area will take your breath away. The village is easy to reach, smooth road... I spent time with village people and enjoyed drinks and dinner on terrace of a countryside house, the locales call it "Bambi". Many old houses are made up of small bricks called "Nanak shahi brick" and these are of times of Akbar. 10-15 k.m. far from Kalanaur lies indo-pak border which is historical due to a place " dera baba Nanak" and you can have a telescopic view of "nankana sahib" the birth place of guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first guru of Sikh religion. Don't forget to take permission from BSF for visiting border.
Ravi Banthia

220 Followers, 4 Reviews


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Dinanagar - Punjab

It is the third largest town in the Gurdaspur district and is named after Adina Beg, on of Akbar's loyalists to whome the emperor granted immense land holdings here.
A small town near gurdaspur....it has some beautiful scenery. The backwaters is home to some migratory birds...and there is abundance of flora and fauna in the pond which give a beautiful view in evening. Bad thing is that its not safe area for going alone . so be cautious
Ravi Banthia

220 Followers, 4 Reviews


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Pathankot Railway Station - Punjab

Opened in the year 1884, this is a junction railway station in the Pathankot District of Punjab. This is mainly an army town with dusty roads and not so developed settings. The railway station is mainly important because it is a junction from where a number of gauges diverge. The platform is not very long and the passenger traffic is also lw compared to all other stations of Punjab.
We had an overnight journey by Jammu Mail taking us from Old Delhi railway station to Pathankot. As you step outside Pathankot railway station, you can hire a cab(depending on your group size and budget) taking you to Dalhousie or Chamba. As we reached Pathokot early in the morning, our road journey to Dalhousie was through infinite mist cloud and hilly terrain with a view of the deep valleys.
Samantha Mascarenhas

268 Followers, 36 Reviews


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