The monuments in and around the city include 800 years old Imam Nasir Mosque, Devi Talab Mandir and two century old Jama Masjid. Jalandhar is the 'sports city of India' as it has not only finest sport industry but also a large number of sportsmen. In fact, 12 of India's greatest hockey players have come from a single village, Sansarpur, in Jalandhar city. Jalandhar has very alive atmosphere, something that is typical to the whole of Punjab. Initially, a college for women viz. Kanya Maha Vidyalaya was established in March 1921.Read More
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You can never go wrong with Haveli. This one gets five stars on food, service and ambience. Even kids love the place! With a menu packed with scrumptious dishes (Indian and Chinese), this is the place to dig into some dal makhani and tandoori delights. Don’t forget the glass of lassi (in Punjab no meal is complete without it). The folk music and the traditionally dressed staff make the place feel warm and welcoming. Don’t forget to indulge in their paranthas and a whole line of mouthwatering desserts.
Jalandhar is known for the rich collection of products related to handloom and handicrafts. Since long, it has been a well known region for manufacturing and exporting hosiery, handicrafts and handloom goods in the country. During trips to Punjab, shopping is considered to be a must and this is quite acknowledged among visitors, which is a norm with people, whenever they are out on vacation. In Punjab, tourists can have plenty of things to choose from. The culture of Punjab is deeply reflected in traditional products and items it has in store for the tourists.
Come alone for a drink or bring along family for an exclusive dining experience. Glassy Junction is a popular hangout zone for the locals as well and be able to spot a huge student crowd in the evenings. Dance to some peppy Punjabi tunes and match steps with the locals. Later dig into some delicious vegetarian delights as well.
Safety is important no matter where you go and Amritsar is no exception. Here are some tips help you make your journey pleasant and safe.While hiring a taxi, it is better to book it from a reputed taxi service provider. While traveling, keep a close watch on accompanying kids that are less than 10 years of age. In case of any emergency, contact the police by dialing 100. 108 is the number to dial for an ambulance. When travelling in a group, stick to the group and avoid moving away as it is easy to get lost in public places that are crowded.
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