Dehradun to Jalandhar Cabs


Dehradun to Jalandhar is about 318 km takes about 6 h 18 min via NH72.

The oldest city in Punjab, and also one of the oldest in the country, Jalandhar has seen rapid urbanization and developed into a highly industrialized center of commercial activity in the recent years. Jalandhar was the capital of Punjab from India’s independence (1947) until Chandigarh was built in 1953. Situated on the Grand Trunk Road, it is a major rail and road junction and is 144 km northwest of the state capital, Chandigarh. The city was known as Jullundur in British India.

Popular Destinations in Jalandhar

Rangla Punjab

Rangla Punjab is the true representation of an age-old Punjabi Village. Once you enter the place you will be transported back in time to experience the grandeur yet simplicity of bygone times. The décor of the place has been set up with intricate detailing, highlighting every aspect needed to familiarise the guest with the true culture of the olden times. You will find various sculptures of Punjabis engaged in different acts viz. weaving, dancing, playing marbles, fetching water, etc. In the center foyer, the well-water fetching mechanism is demonstrated with the help of a real bull & a mock-up well. There are sections of the place dedicated to re-creating replicas of a subeditor’s house, a kitchen with brass vessels, a jeweler’s store, and a mock-up model of a village allowing the guests to get a real glimpse of that era. Evenings at the place witness a Punjabi Mela set-up, electrified with live bhangra-gidda performances and street plays. There are numerous activities viz. Puppetry, Magic show, Pottery, astrology, bioscope, camel rides & horse rides keep the guests captivated. The Buffet served indoors will re-enforce the belief of Punjab’s adored Hospitality. The staff treats every guest as a valued invitee offering delicacies time and again. Visit us & give us a chance to bestow you with a cultural bonanza of Punjab in its truest sense.

The famous Devi Talab Temple is situated in the heart of Jalandhar city, just 1 km from the railway station. It is believed to be more than 200 years old. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga and is one of the 51 Shakthi pithas in India. The image of Lord Shiva that is enshrined herein is called Bhisan Bhairav. Devi Talab Temple has been renovated recently and several changes have been made to the old structure. Also, a new temple has been constructed within the temple premises. Even a model of Amarnath Yatra was constructed sometime back only. Night View of Temple. Especially in Navratri, The Mandir looks so beautiful. This place gives peace to Heart. Besides the main Devi Talab Mandir, is an old Temple of Goddess Kali. One of the prime attractions of the temple is an old tank, which is considered to be sacred by the Hindu devotees. The temple has a structure resembling the Amarnath Cave temple in Jammu and Kashmir.

Devi Talab Mandir Temple

Wonderland Theme Park

Jalandhar Wonder Land is located at a prime position in the city and can be accessed very easily. It is situated nearly 6 km from Jalandhar Bus station and the Railway Station on Nakodar Road is just 8 km away. It is an ideal destination for a break from the day-to-day boring life.

One of the main attractions of the Jalandhar Wonder Land is the wave pool. The aqua dance floor is another interesting place to be, where one can see people dancing to the music of the recent Punjabi hits. This aqua dance floor is covered by artificial clouds from where the water is poured in the form of rainfall. There are fixed times to enter the amusement park, which is between 9.00 am to 10.00 pm in Dry Park, while for the water park the timings are between 12.00 pm to 8.00 pm. Throughout the year, the Dry Park of the Jalandhar Wonder Land is open for visitors.

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur is a Gurdwara in Kartarpur, Narowal District, Pakistan, 120 km from Lahore. It is built on the historic site where Guru Nanak died on 23rd Assu, Samvat 1596 (22 September 1529).

It is also called Dera Nanak Baba and is served by Dera Sahib railway station. The Shrine is located by the River Ravi within a distance of four kilometers from the railway station. The present building was built at a cost of Rs.1,35,600, donated by Sardar Bhupinder Singh, the Maharaja of Patiala. It was repaired by the Government of Pakistan in 1995 and fully restored in 2004, incurring expenditure in lacs of rupees. It has a spacious and beautiful building. Its location beside a forest and river Ravi makes its care difficult.

As the shrine lies only 3 kilometers from the border with India, Pakistan in the year 2000 agreed to allow Sikh pilgrims from India to visit the shrine visa passport-free by constructing a bridge from the border to the shrine – however, the Government of India has not signaled its willingness to participate in the scheme for the past 12 years and so no such visits are currently taking place

Kartarpur Gurudwara

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