Tourists come out in droves to Kanha. Known across the city for their crisp pithi puris, their pinni and besan laddoos are also just as heavenly. Your plate will be decked with a mountain of puris, chole, laungi and a spoonful of the red gur halwa.
If you're still craving more, try the satpura (a crispier, crunchier version of samosa) at KH Sweets, aam pappad chaat at Ram Lubhaya & Sons, the melt-in-mouth gulab jamuns at Sharma Sweet Shop, mathhi channa at Vaishno Bhojan Bhandar, kesar lassi and phirni with rabri at Ahuja’s Milk Products and Sweets, and the tandoori mutton at Bittu Meat Wala.
The tariff is based on double occupancy per night, per room and is inclusive of breakfast and transfers from the airport.
King Suites: ₹7,300
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Best time to go
November through March are the months when Amritsar is at its most beautiful. The rains withdraw by October, making way for chilly nights, and winters are welcomed to the town by late November. The convivial festival of Basant Panchami is held at Chheharta Sahib during this period, in early February. The skies are speckled with kites of all shapes, sizes and colours and the gurudwara, with congregations of men and women bedecked in their festive refinery. If you partake in the festival, be sure to have the one-of-a-kind prasaad at their langarkhana before you leave.
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