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Shopping in Punjab
Shopping in Punjab Punjab is a paradise for the lovers of handloom and handicrafts, many of them unusual and highly specialized and practiced all over the state. It enjoys the repute of being one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of handloom products, handicrafts and hosiery goods in India. It is a very well acknowledged fact that shopping is a must during any trip and the state is no exception to it. Punjab offers you innumerable things to take back home. Its traditional items bear the stamp of its rich culture. Almost all the tourist places in Punjab, right from Amritsar to Ludhiana and Chandigarh to Pathankot, offer the scope for shopping. The colorful Phulkaris of Punjab and the antique-finish jewelry are always in high ...
 
Best Time to Visit Punjab
Best Time to Visit Punjab Punjab is gradually growing as one of the best tourist spots of the country. Seasonally, the state experiences three fundamental seasons - summer, winter and monsoon. It has a periodic division of seasons, with each of them contributing significantly to the beauty of the state. The best time to visit Punjab is from October to the end of March. October marks the beginning of the winter season. It is, in fact, the post monsoon period, which lasts till November. From December onwards, the winter becomes chilly. In the month of January, there is extreme cold, with the temperature going down below 12oC in the morning and to as less as 0oC at night. The weather in Punjab is very soothing and pleasant from October to M...
 
Culture of Punjab
Culture of Punjab Punjabi culture is one of the oldest and richest cultures in world history, and also one of the most vibrant. The Indian state of Punjab exhibits a unique cultural landscape, which thrives in both traditional values and utilitarian aspects. There is artistry in every aspect of life in Punjab and an aura of embellishment dominates the place. The opulent culture of this northwestern state of India is apparent in its metal work, embroidery, wall paintings, jewelry, mud wall paintings, architecture, folk songs and dances. The culture of the state is wide in scope, encompassing a rich history and a pulsating social life. The century-old Punjab culture is renowned for its tolerance, progressiveness and logical approach to l...
 
Handicrafts of Punjab
Handicrafts of Punjab Punjab has a distinguished tradition of art and craft, which its people have maintained in spite of the passage of time. For years, craftsmen in Punjab have been producing colourful papier mache utensils, intricate needle work, wicker fans and winnows, handmade leather juttis (ladies footwears). Basketry - Weaving of the vegetable fibers to make wicker articles for daily use is still preserved in the living tradition of Punjab. Osier bast, a straw commonly known as Sarkanda, is interwoven with bast, reeds, rushes and corn husks to make baskets. A few decades ago, Sarkanda, a tough, thick elastic grass used to grow in plenty. Out of this grass, roofs of all sizes (which provided air conditioning) were fashioned in c...
 
Hola Mohalla Festival in Punjab
Hola Mohalla Festival in Punjab Hola is derived from the word halla (a military charge) and the term mohalla stands for an organized procession or an army column. The words 'Hola Mohalla' would thus stand for 'the charge of an army.The festival lasts for a week and consists of camping out and enjoying various displays of fighting prowess and bravery, followed by kirtan, music, and poetry. For meals, visitors sit on the ground in neat rows called pangats and eat vegetarian Langars provided by volunteers. The festival concludes with a long, military-style procession near Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib, one of the five most sacred places in Sikhism. The event was originated by Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru. The Guru was in the midst of fighting ...
 
Gidha of Punjab
Gidha of Punjab Gidha is a popular folk dance of Punjab, performed by the women of the region. It bears much similarity to the bhangra dance, which is performed by the men in the state. The dancers enact verses called bolis, which is a representation of folk poetry at its best. A wide range of subjects is enacted, ranging from the daily chores to the political affairs. The dancers dance to the tune of dholak (drums), accompanied by their regular distinctive claps. The girls raise their hands to the level of their shoulders and clap in unison. Then, they strike their palms against those of their neighbors. The dance may include scenes from the village life, where women are seen spinning cotton, fetching water from the well and grin...
 
Trekking in Uttarakhand
Trekking in Uttarakhand Trekking In Uttarakhand is one of the famous adventure sports awaiting the trekking enthusiast in Uttarakhand. One who are fascinated by the unexplored. The mountain ranges of India offer breathtaking, enthralling trekking routes. In the vast amphitheatre of the Uttarakhand Himalayas and Karakorams, there are limitless possibilities for Trekking Tours. Famous Trek of Uttarakhand Chopta Tungnath Trek - In the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, Chopta, Tungnath, Chandrashila is an ideal destinations away from the crowded city life. Offering the majestic view of the Himalayan peaks, the area falls under Kedarnath Sanctuary housing serveral species of animals and birds including Monal - the state bird of Uttarakhand....
 
River Rafting in Uttarakhand
River Rafting in Uttarakhand River rafting is a famous water sport and tourist activity in Uttarakhand. Sport enthusiasts can enjoy white water river rafting on the thrilling Ganges River and Gangotri River in Garhwal Himalyas. Rishikesh is acquiring greater significance and very popular as a centre for white water rafting on the river Ganges. The rafting trek that stretches from Kaudiyala to Muni ki Reti via Marine Drive, Shivpuri and Bhrampuri is challenging. Sandy beaches line the river at intervals, allowing river rafters to pull up alongside. The slopes on either side are covered with oak, pine, spruce and fur, with the occasional village and its terraced fields dotting the landscape. Wildlife is visible at a distance, comprising mainly ...
 
Skiing in Uttarakhand
Skiing in Uttarakhand Skiing is a thrilling experience for tourists in Uttarakhand. The main sites for skiing lie in the Garhwal and the Kumaon regions with snow covered slopes in Auli, Dayara Bugyal, Mundali and Munsyari. Auli is the world famous skiing centre in Chamoli Garhwal, Uttarakhand Auli is located 8 kms from Joshimath in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand known world wide as a famous skiing destination in India with a skiing area of about 5-7 kms and lies at an altitude between 9,500 and 10,500 feet. Auli offers not only skiing treks but also a majestic view of the Himalayan range - Nanda Devi, Trishul, Dron Parvat, Haathi parvat to name a few. Every year winter sports are held in Auli, Uttaranchal and thousands of tourist v...
 
Rock Climbing in Uttarakhand
Rock Climbing in Uttarakhand Travellers can climb onto the lofty peaks, snow covered mountains and rocky hills of the Garhwal and Kumaon Regions. Well known climbing areas include Bhagirathi, Gangotri Glacier, Khatling Glacier- Mayoli pass, Neelkanth Peak. Admire the serene beauty around you while climbing the snow capped peaks of Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba Peak and Trishul Peak with altitudes of 7817 meters, 7138 meters and 7120 meters respectively. Rock Climbing in Rishikesh Uttarakhand is also very famous among adventure seekers, Particular care has been taken in preparing tours that meet the needs of every section of adventure seeker. Safety, Efficiency and High level instruction is a creed with us. Climbing down with a rope is called rappling...