Pathankot is a city situated in Punjab, circumscribed by Pakistan on the west in the lower regions of Kangra and Dalhousie. With the waterway Chakki cruising by, Pathankot is situated at the gathering purpose of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. It is most popular for its quiet green excellence and a rich verifiable past. Pathankot has its railroad station which is associated with a large portion of the significant rail route stations of India, and that makes it a critical spot to the encompassing regions of Dalhousie, Dharamsala, Kangra, Manali and parts of Jammu and Kashmir.
Pathankot was known for Loi and wrap weaving industry for a long time. Pathankot at present houses the base for the guard powers – Indian Army and the Indian Air Force. Pathankot additionally acquaints you with some lovely strict spots like Mukteshwar Temple, Kathgarh sanctuary, Nagni sanctuary and Shahpurkandi Fort.
Attractions: Mukteshwar Temple, Nurpur Fort, Ranjit Sagar Dam, Shahpurkandi Fort, Kathgarh Temple, Nagni Temple, Kali Mata ka Mandir, Shani Dev Mandir, Ashapurni Mandir, Hydraulic Research Station, Novelty Mall, City Center Mall, etc…
Best time to visit: October to April.
How to Reach
- By Air: Pathankot has an air terminal yet business flights are accessible just from restricted urban areas including New Delhi and Kullu. The closest completely useful air terminal is at Amritsar.
- By Rail: Pathankot is a significant railroad intersection as it associates Indian Railways with Kangra Valley Railway which is essential to reach to different places in Himachal Pradesh.
- By Road: Pathankot is effectively open through street. Pathankot can be reached through transport/taxi/self-drive. The Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminal is a significant bus stop of Pathankot.