As you imagine Punjab, the first things that pop into your head are the rich culture, fine historical monuments, and temples, the sense of universal solidarity for all, and sincerity towards their religious beliefs. Bordered with Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Rajasthan, this ‘Land of Five Rivers’ holds the aura of affinity and warmth that keeps you bound to its love forever. This very state has been mentioned in the ‘Sapta Sindhu’ of Rig Veda several times. Not just that, Punjab is also the place where various Hindu scriptures were written and recorded. Through its historical splendor and sovereignty, the state ends up being the abode of several globally celebrated temples of India. Adding on to its tourist attractions, these temples and monuments take you on a journey back in time with their scriptures, ancient architecture, etc. And hence, all this together makes the state truly what it is today!
Speaking of the few most visited temples of Punjab, Golden Temple, Jayanti Devi Temple, Durgiana Temple, and Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple ace the list of admiration. However, Golden Temple is indubitably the best shrine to embark on your devotional expedition as it doesn’t just preaches but actually practices and sets the example of global brotherhood and harmony. The land has seen a lot through the time, the abundant savage invasions, the way it was broken into pieces when it was an entity and how strongly it emerged back, and well, it glowed through all! With such incredible historical value and various revered temples within one place, you can never delay the idea of exploring Punjab. Going offbeat on the religious traveling track, one may also visit its miscellaneous destinations such as those of Jallianwala Bagh Waga borders, sheesh mahal(Patiala), Zoological Gardens, and museums to have a deeper knowledge of its heritage essence. Waiting no more, let’s explore through the most famous temples of Punjab so you can curate the best spiritual traveling spree accordingly.