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Amritsar

65 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Amritsar

Best Time: October to March

Amritsar, literally a Pool of Nectar, derives its name from Amrit Sarovar, the holy tank that surrounds the splendid Golden Temple. Guru Ramdas, the fourth Guru of the Sikh faith, founded Amritsar in 1579. The 400-year-old city of Amritsar is the most important seat of Sikh history and culture. One of the most poignant memorials of free India, Jallianwala Bagh is also located in the city. The Wagah Border, one of the most celebrated and until 1999 the o...

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Bhatinda

167 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Bhatinda

Best Time: October-March

Known as one of the oldest city of Punjab, Bhatinda is located in the Malwa Region of northwestern India. Visiting Bhatinda will give you a slice of the famous culture of Punjab while revisiting the glorious past through the magnificent forts and historical temples. The heritage of Bhatinda could be traced back to the 18th Century when it was conquered by Ala Singh of Patiala and made into a princely state. Being the 5th largest city of Punjab, Bhatinda...

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Ludhiana

174 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Ludhiana

Best Time: February-April

Ludhiana, situated on the banks of the Sutlej River, is the biggest city in the Indian province of Punjab. Brilliant old structures on one side and exquisite Gurudwaras and holy sanctums on the other, Ludhiana is one of those unordinary destinations in India that holds its old-world appeal while keeping its otherworldliness flawless. The city is home to various tourist destinations that keep the visitors engaged for a considerable length of time. A port...

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Pathankot

201 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Pathankot

Best Time: October-April

Being one of the largest city in the state of Punjab, Pathankot serves as the merging point for three important states, namely Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab. Having been the capital city of the Pathani Rajputs of Nurpur, the city has an abundance of cultural heritage and scenic landscapes to view. Located in the foothills of Dalhousie and Kangra of the Himalayan Mountain ranges, it is flanked by the rivers Ravi and Chakki. Blessed with ...

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Jammu

220 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Jammu

Best Time: March to October

The snow- capped mountains, mesmerizing scenery,  the aromas of pahadi cuisines and spices, the multi-coloured flag and the ancient glorious shrines, the city of Jammu is rightly known as both the Winter Capital of the state and the City of Temples. Situated on the banks of the Tawi River and the foothills of the Himalayas, Jammu is also called as the Gateway to Kashmir. It is nestled against the backdrop of the snow-capped Pir Panjal Mountains, the reg...

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Darang

239 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Darang

Best Time: March-May

One can encounter the best of everything in Darang, from entrancing nature to a rich past and exceptional culture to legacy. The spot discovers its underlying foundations going back to the sixteenth century with a mention in the Mahabharata. One can observe relics of the past displayed everywhere. Aside from that, Darang is additionally known for its out-worldly viewpoint and is home to a few mainstream religious focuses including Bar Masjid, Satras, an...

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Kangra

248 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Kangra

Best Time: March-June

Kangra is a beautiful town situated in the western part of the province of Himachal Pradesh, in the northern district of India, it is 18 km south of Dharamshala. Settled in the Kangra Valley between Dhauladhar Range and Shivalik Range, this city overlooks the Banganga River. It is additionally also known as Dev Bhumi, which implies the ' Abode of Gods'. Explorers can visit different colourful tourist goals at Kangra, for example, Kareri Lake, Baglamukhi...

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Dharamsala

263 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Dharamsala

Best Time: March- June

Dharamsala, formerly known as Bhagsu, is located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It falls in the Kangra district. The city has been selected as one of the hundred smart cities under the Smart Cities Mission, by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Dharamsala is the second capital of Himachal Pradesh along with Shimla. The population of the town is 53,543. The place is surrounded by dense forest and the Dhauladhar Mountains. And is e of the main touris...

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Mcleodganj

265 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Mcleodganj

Best Time: October - June

Mcleod Ganj is popularly known as Little Lhasa because of its beautiful valleys and mountain ranges. Being a residence of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, McLeod Ganj has a large population of Tibetans. It is located in the suburbs of Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, three kilometres north of Dharamshala. The Tibetan government-in-exile is based in between at Gangchen Kyishon. With a large range of engaging activities, McLeod has become one of the ...

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Vaishno Devi

267 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Vaishno Devi

Best Time: March and October.

The yatra to Mata Vaishno Devi shrine is one of the holiest and the most arduous pilgrimages for Hindus all over the world. The shrine is at an altitude of 5,300 feet and is about 14 kilometres from Katra. The trek is not an easy one as the hills are steep and requires a lot of stamina and fitness. Instilled with a belief that Mata Vaishno Devi grants wishes to those who seek her blessings, from newlyweds to old couples, everyone undertakes this yatra. ...

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Khajjiar

269 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Khajjiar

Best Time: Throught the year

Khajjiar is a town in Himachal Pradesh which is also known as 'mini Switzerland of India'. It is famous for its mesmerizing lakes and forests. Tourists who visit Dalhousie often visits Khajjiar. It can be visited throughout the year but not recommended in winter if there is heavy rainfall. It is also popular among trekkers and adventure seekers.

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Bilaspur (HP)

270 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Bilaspur (HP)

Best Time: September to December

Amongst the enormous, massive summits of Himachal Pradesh relaxes the aesthetic spot known as Bilaspur. The city is bestowed with arresting charm in abundance. Deemed to be established in 1663, Bilaspur is the first planned hill town of the country. The hill town is placed on the avenues of river Satluj. The enchantment of this district presents the adventure of a requisite appeal in the flap of nature. The place is commonly appreciated for its man-made...

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Patiala

272 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Patiala

Best Time: October-March

Patiala is the third biggest city in south-east Punjab and is situated at a height of 250 m above sea level. Build around a manor known as the Qila Mubarak which literally meaning the fortunate castle, it is found 65 km away from Chandigarh. Patiala tourism industry has picked up energy attributable to various sights that pull in tourist for its rich social legacy. It is home to different forts and gardens, for example, the Qila Mubarak Complex, Sheesh ...

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Nalagarh

275 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Nalagarh

Best Time: October to March

Nalagarh is a Semi Hilly region. The city is located in the Solan district in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Nalagarh is recognised for its abounding greenery, tranquillity and the wondrous illustration of the Shivalik hills beyond the Sirsa river. If a calming pause is what you are looking for then Nalagarh is a must visit. The Mughals and the Britishers throughout their administration admired the godliness of this region and considered it as a princel...

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Palampur

279 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Palampur

Best Time: March-June

Encompassed by an enormous number of slants of emerald-green tea plantations and set against the background of the commanding Dhauladhar ranges, the Palampur is settled away in the north-west district of Himachal Pradesh. The city gets its name from the term 'Pulum' which signifies "heaps of water." Reckoned as 'The Tea Capital of North India,' Palampur is a noteworthy spot for tea germination. Palampur is sprinkled with the persuasive workmanship exhib...

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Patnitop

287 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Patnitop

Best Time: November - July.

This beautiful hill station is tucked in between the Shivalik belts in the Himalayas, on National Highway 44, on the way from Udhampur to Srinagar, with the majestic River Chenaab flowing along Patnitop. Winters in Patnitop look nothing less than what we have seen in fairytales. A thick blanket of snow covers the whole of this place during the cold months often blocking the roads, including National Highway 44. The Patnitop Tunnel or the Chenani-Nashri ...

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Sanasar

290 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Sanasar

Best Time:  May-June and September- October  In Sanasar, winters are too freezing and temperature may dip below freezing point. It is advisable to carry light woolens during summer as nights are bit chilly.

Sanasar is the name given to the two little towns of Sana and Sar in Jammu region, Jammu and Kashmir state, India. One of the lesser known hill stations in Jammu-Kashmir region, Sanasar is an adventure enthusiasts' haven offering various activities such as paragliding, rock climbing, abseiling and trekking.Named after little nearby lakes, Sana and Sar are found 20 km west of Patnitop, Udhampur area on the national roadway 1A. An adjacent mountain go is ...

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Chandigarh

295 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Chandigarh

Best Time: August-November

Chandigarh is the most intricately planned city in India, with architecture which is incredibly famous, with a quality of lifestyle, which is unparalleled. Located close to the Shivalik lower regions in northwest India, the Union Territory of Chandigarh is the capital of two Indian urban communities to be specific, Punjab and Haryana. Remaining as an image of planned urbanization, Chandigarh is likewise acclaimed for its well-known gardens like the Rose...

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Panchkula

306 kilometres from Tarn Taran Directions from Tarn Taran to Panchkula

Best Time: September- December

Panchkula is a small tourist town tucked away in the verdant hills of the Himachal, offering respite to all those who want to get away from the monotony of life. It is abode to five ancient canals constructed during the time of the Rajputs. Surrounded by greenery of the foothills of the great Himalyan range, it is a wonderful place to embrace the true spirit of nature. The city is famous for it's trekking experience which is teemed with peacocks and gre...

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