Punjab Tourism

Punjab has a strong agricultural base and the highest consumer index. Punjab also has the highest infrastructure index. Punjab covers only two per cent of the land areas of the country but is responsible for supplying 60 per cent of the requirement for wheat and rice of the country.

There is a strong requirement of strategically planned tourism development with innovative outlook for tourism marketing. State is rich in art,culture and heritage .Amritsar has received award for ‘Best Heritage Walk’ for National Tourism Awards 2011-12 by Ministry of Tourism ,Government of India.

Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board has chalked out a route in the old city of Amritsar through its by-lanes to enable tourists and visitors to discover the 400-year old history of the city. This walk is a guided tour where one learns of the old town planning, traditional trade & craft and old bazaars. The intricately crafted wooden facades and doors along the route fascinate the tourists and provide a unique opportunity to the tourists to learn more about Amritsar’s history. This walk is an opportunity to feel part of this beautiful, sacred, vibrating, Guru Di Nagari. The walk has 14 pause points in its route. It is a varied composition of Colonial past, Hindu temples, Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s buildings and old bazaars etc.

The Indian state of Punjab is known for its cuisine, culture and history. Some of the main cities in Punjab are Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana and Patiala. Punjab’s public transportation network provides excellent tourist transportation. Tourists to Punjab can enjoy culture, ancient civilization, spirituality and history. Punjab has a rich religious history incorporating Sikhism, Islam and Hinduism. The royal Punjabi palaces, historic battle sites, shrines, temples and examples of Sikh architecture are notable attractions. Punjabi cuisine includes a wide range of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Due to the scope and depth of Punjab’s history there are many places of interest.

Tourism is a swiftly expanding sector in Punjab. Focusing on existing rich culture of the State, Punjab Government has decided to give a major fillip to tourism and promote rural tourism in the State. For the purpose, the Government has identified a cluster of four villages namely Katli, Bahadarpur, TibbaTapparian and Ranjitpura Bas in Rupnagar district which would be developed with the entire infrastructure needed to provide a new experience to the tourists visiting the State.

Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board has chalked out a route in the old city of Amritsar through its by-lanes to enable tourists and visitors to discover the 400-year old history of the city. This walk is a guided tour where one learns of the old town planning, traditional trade & craft and old bazaars. The intricately crafted wooden facades and doors along the route fascinate the tourists and provide a unique opportunity to the tourists to learn more about Amritsar’s history. This walk is an opportunity to feel part of this beautiful, sacred, vibrating, Guru Di Nagari. The walk has 14 pause points in its route. It is a varied composition of Colonial past, Hindu temples, Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s buildings and old bazaars etc.

The Indian state of Punjab is known for its cuisine, culture and history. Some of the main cities in Punjab are Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana and Patiala. Punjab’s public transportation network provides excellent tourist transportation. Tourists to Punjab can enjoy culture, ancient civilization, spirituality and history. Punjab has a rich religious history incorporating Sikhism, Islam and Hinduism. The royal Punjabi palaces, historic battle sites, shrines, temples and examples of Sikh architecture are notable attractions. Punjabi cuisine includes a wide range of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Due to the scope and depth of Punjab’s history there are many places of interest.

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