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hola mohalla
23 Mar

Unveiling the Vibrant Spirit of Hola Mohalla 2024

Hola Mohalla, affectionately known as Hola, is set to grace the calendar from March 25th to 27th. This three-day extravaganza will kick off at the hallowed Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib in Anandpur, nestled in the heart of the Rupnagar district of Punjab. Steeped in historical significance as one of the five Sikh takhts, this site sets the stage for a spectacle unlike any other. Unveiling the Essence of Hola Mohalla: Established by the revered tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, in the late 17th century, Hola Mohalla epitomizes a celebration of...

sultanpur national park
19 Jan

Sultanpur National Park: Haven for Birdwatchers in Haryana

Nestled in the Gurgaon district of Haryana, Sultanpur National Park sprawls across 1.42 sq km, captivating nature enthusiasts and birdwatchers alike. A flourishing ecosystem, this national park serves as a refuge for diverse flora and fauna, beckoning locals and tourists seeking respite amidst nature's beauty. Whether you're a seasoned birdwatcher, a nature enthusiast, or a casual visitor, Sultanpur National Park promises a tranquil escape from the urban clamor. With its meticulously maintained facilities, a plethora of flora and fauna, and an unwavering commitment to conservation, the park stands as a precious...

Punjab: Harike Wetlands
2 Nov

Discover the Ecological Gem of Punjab: Harike Wetlands

Punjab, renowned for its lush farmlands and vibrant culture, is also the proud custodian of one of India's most ecologically vital treasures – the Harike Wetlands. Stretching across the districts of Tarn Taran Sahib, Ferozepur, and Kapurthala, these wetlands occupy a significant place in Punjab's natural heritage, amidst a landscape dominated by agriculture. Encompassing an impressive expanse of approximately 41 square kilometers, the origins of the Harike Wetlands can be traced to the harmonious confluence of the Beas and Sutlej rivers. For those uninitiated, the Harike Wetlands are an enchanting sanctuary for...

Eco Tourism
25 Aug

Punjab Forest Dept. Unveils 3 Eco-Tourism Projects in Pathankot & Hoshiarpur”

In a bid to provide tourists with access to hidden gems, the Punjab Forest Department has announced its ambitious scheme to establish three distinct eco-tourism projects across Pathankot and Hoshiarpur. An official statement on Thursday detailed the department's vision, which encompasses the development of an eco-tourism hub on the Kulara island near Ranjit Sagar reservoir in Pathankot, as well as two additional projects situated at Talwara and Maili dam in Hoshiarpur. The initiatives will cover a wide array of attractions. They involve building weather-resistant camping huts, developing water sports facilities, establishing...