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Punjab

Punjab

Discover Unlimited Beauty of Punjab

Punjab is a state in northern India. Shaping piece of the bigger Punjab district of the Indian subcontinent, the state is flanked by the Indian conditions of Jammu and Kashmir toward the north, Himachal Pradesh toward the east, Haryana toward the south and southeast, Rajasthan toward the southwest, and the Pakistani area of Punjab toward the west. It is the twentieth biggest Indian state by territory. It had various recorded attacks, beginning with the Vedic clans.

Tourism in Indian Punjab bases on the notable historic palaces, fight destinations, and the great Sikh architecture of the state and the encompassing region. Examples incorporate different locales of the Indus Valley Civilization, the old stronghold of Bathinda, the building landmarks of Kapurthala, Patiala, and Chandigarh, the cutting edge capital structured by Le Corbusier. The Golden Temple in Amritsar is one of the significant tourist goals of Punjab and in fact India, drawing in a bigger number of guests than the Taj Mahal. Sikhism started in this area during the fifteenth century. Around 75% of the complete Sikh populace of the world lives here. The fundamental ethnic gathering is the Punjabis, with Sikhs (58%) and Hindus (38%). The state capital is Chandigarh, a Union Territory and furthermore the capital of the neighboring province of Haryana. The five tributary streams of the Indus River from which the area took its name are Sutlej, Ravi, Beas, Chenab and Jhelum Rivers; Sutlej, Ravi, and Beas are a piece of the Indian Punjab.

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