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Location: North India
Significance: Capital Of Two States
Main Attractions: Rock Garden, Sukhna Lake
Best Season: October-March

Chandi Devi Temple
The temple of goddess Chandi is approximately 15 kms from Chandigarh. The city of Chandigarh derives its name from this temple located in the vicinity of the city and a fort or 'garh' beyond the temple called Chandigarh.

Jayanti Devi Temple
This temple is 13 km from Chandigarh Bus Stand. Actually, the ancient temple of Jayanti Devi is situated in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh but the 'Pindi' of Devi was brought here from that temple. This beautiful temple is situated on the bank of Jayanti River surrounded by Shivalik hills.

Ancient Shiv Temple of Saketri
The temple at Saketri is an ancient historical Shiv temple, just 5 kms from Mansa Devi Temple and about 20 kms from Chandigarh bus stand. Thousands of devotees throng this temple on the sacred day of Shivratri for 'pooja' and to get blessings of Lord Shiva.

Mansa Devi Temple
The temple of Mansa Devi is about 15 kms from Chandigarh bus stand and situated in the state of Haryana . Devotees from all over the country visit this temple for blessings of goddess Mansa Devi. There are two temples, one is new and the other old. The Maharaja of Patiala built the new temple.

Naina Devi Temple
This temple is situated at an altitude of around 1300 metres. The holy place is linked by a cable car. The reservoir of Bhakhra Dam presents a splendid view at the backdrop.

Gurudwara Nada Sahib
Nada was a very small village in Patiala State, which is situated in Haryana and about 15 kms from Chandigarh. On returning after his victory on Mughals, Guru Gobind Singh Ji stayed at this place and Nadu Shah, a follower of his welcomed and served him. Guruji blessed Nadu Shah and said that due to his services, the place would be known by the name of Nada Sahib. Thousands of people come here to fulfill their wishes, from all over the India and abroad.

Anandpur Sahib or Takhat Sri Keshgarh
Keshgarh Sahib is one of the five 'Takhts' (Throne) of the Sikh religion. The ancient and impressive 'Gurudwara' is highly revered by the Sikhs. Here, Guru Gobind Singh Ji baptised the first five beloved ones and created 'Khalsa Panth' in 1699 A.D. It is a revered Sikh centre, which is blessed by Guru Teg Bahadur.

Gurudwara Dukhniwaran Sahib
Situated near Patiala, Guru Teg Bahadur Ji visited this place in 1732. it is believed that by taking bath in this holy place one gets cured of any disease. Basant Panchami is a special day for taking bath in this place.



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