Anandpur Sahib (the holy City of Bliss) is one of the holiest places of the Sikhs, second only to Amritsar. Located about 95kms north-west of Chandigarh.
The first and the most important one was established by Guru Hargobind, the sixth Sikh Guru in 1609. It is called ‘Akal Takht’ (the Throne of the Timeless God or Eternal Throne).
War memorials of Pathankot reminds us about the saga of bravery and love for the nations. Pathankot is an ancient and brave army town of India.
Central Sikh Museum is located in the vicinity of the great Golden Temple of Amritsar. As the name suggests, it holds amazing collections of paintings, scripts and historic belongings.
Ramgarhia Bunga, the mansion is the only surviving example of Bunga architecture style. Great warrior Maharaja Jassa singh built the mansion in 1755 showing his farsight.
Sri Harmandir Sahib is world famous as the Golden Temple of Amritsar city in Punjab. A symbol of brotherhood and equality. Hindrances of cast, creed and all those human dividers are vanished here.
Harike Barrage is built upon the confluence of the great rivers Satluj and Beas in Punjab. 1.4 kms long barrage is a fine example of modern engineering.