Punjab is named after five large rivers that flow over its wide plains: the Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Jhelum, and Chenab. It is one of India’s smallest, but rich, states, and is home to a vibrant, welcoming, and active population. It is a land of ethnic and religious diversity, having given birth to and shaped a number of religious traditions such as Sikhism, Buddhism, and Sufism. It is widely regarded as the cradle of civilisation. Punjabi is a member of the Indo-European linguistic family, which also includes Persian and Latin. It is largely an agricultural state, having fertile soils and abundant water supplies, and has consistently and inexhaustibly contributed to the Indian Republic’s food security. The myriad festivals of Punjab–Teej, Lohri, Basant, and Baisakhi, to name a few–are celebrations that reflect the agricultural ethos. Indeed, Bhangra, Punjab’s traditional dance, is based on and mirrors the daily life of a farmer. Punjab has historically hosted a diverse range of nationalities, including Aryans, Persians, Greeks, Afghans, and Mongols, and has so been endowed with a rich tangible heritage. The numerous attractions that dot the state reflect this history: majestic forts and palaces, ancient monuments, architectural marvels, and several battlefields.
Official Tourism Website: https://punjabtourism.punjab.gov.in/
Popular tourist attractions Cities in Punjab:
Amritsar Chandigarh Ludhiana Jalandhar
Bhatinda Patiala Kapurthala Pathankot
Nangal Ropar Mohali Sirhind
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