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ABOHAR TOURIST PLACES

Abohar city of Punjab is special Different indian cultures of punjab, haryana and rajasthan coincide in the small town of abohar in punjab. Due to dense population and abundance of nature, the city holds both historical and natural importance. Established in the 12th century, the city is located near the indo-pakistan border and hence people of different civilizations, races and religions live here. Local people live in this city with peace and harmony and here you can find various costumes. How to reach Abohar Punjab By Air: There is no airport in abohar but the nearest airport to the city is located at a distance of 180 km from ludhiana city. Raja sansi airport of ludhiana is well connected to all major cities of the country. By Rail: Abohar's railway station is abohar junction, which is located in the city center. Therefore, the most favorable route to reach this city…

PATHANKOT : HISTORICAL AND RELIGIOUS SITES

CONFLUENCE OF HISTORICAL AND RELIGIOUS SITES: PATHANKOT Pathankot in Punjab has a glorious history. Once Pathankot, the state capital of the Pathani Rajputs of Nurpur in India, has many historical stories attached to it. Pathankot is a popular tourist destination located at the confluence of three states Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. The past of this city is associated with the reign of Rajputs. One can glimpse the mighty Shivalik ranges associated with its stunning backdrop. How to reach Pathankot By Air: Pathankot Airport is mainly used by the Indian Air Force. There are very few flights for common citizens from Delhi and Kullu. Apart from this, the nearest airport to Pathankot is Amritsar Airport. It is about 125 km from Pathankot. Regular cab services are available from both airports to Pathankot. By Rail: Pathankot railway junction is an important part of the city. This railway station receives…

AGRA

The city of Uttar Pradesh, 200 km from the country's capital Delhi, is known for Agra Taj Mahal. Apart from the Taj Mahal located here, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri are also included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The history of Agra dates back to the 11th century. Over the years, both Hindu and Muslim rulers ruled here. Therefore, a confluence of two types of culture is seen here. History of Agra In 1526, Mughal emperor Babur made Agra the capital. After this, it remained the capital of the Mughal Empire until 1658. The Mughal rulers were very interested in construction. This is the reason that many excellent constructions can be seen in Agra. In that period, every king built grand tombs to better his ancestors. The first of these comes the name of Taj Mahal, which was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife…

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