Punjab Kushti / Wrestling
Main Cities of Punjab
Amritsar : literally meaning the tank of nectar, is steeped in glorious religious and national traditions. Its temples – Hari Mandir and the Durgiana Mandir are places of pilgrimage for the devout Hindus and the Sikhs, its Jallianwala Bagh is the mecca of freedom-lovers and its busy markets are the haunts of many a trader from India and abroad.

Anandpur Sahib : The Birth Place Of Khalsa rhis place has seen a lot of improvement in recent times The Historical Gurudwara Of Kesgarh Sahib. At Takht Kesgarh Sahib , Khalsa Was Born On The Day Of Baisakhi.Now Baisahi is celebrated with lot of JOSH all over punjab.

Bathinda : Bathinda is very lucky to have such a rich religious and cultural heritage, which has no match. It had never been taken to the knowledge of the public. There is number of worth seeing place in and around Bathinda deeply connected with Sikh, Hindu & Muslims religious history likewise.

Chandigarh : Chandigarh with the magnificent backdrop of the Shivaliks is truly a City Beautiful. the city is geographically placed in the Temperate Zone. With its lush green surroundings, blooming gardens, shady trees, wide roads, excellent communications and the most charming people, the city surely stands up to its name as the City Beautiful.

Faridkot : the capital town of the erstwhile princely State of Faridkot, is the headquarters of a district named after it. The city owes its name to the famous Muslim mystic poet Baba Farid whose work has found place in Holy Sir Guru Granth Sahib.

Ferozepur : Ferozepur city situated right on the Indo-Pakistan border is well connected by road as well as rail with Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Delhi, Chandigarh and the rest of the country.There are a number of holy shrines, historic places and memorials in and around Ferozepur.

Gurdaspur :Gurdaspur, which is a border district of the state, has played a significant role in the defense of the country. Batala and Dhariwal are important industrial centers known respectively for the manufacture of machine tools and woolen products. Dera Baba Nanak and Sri Hagobindpur have great religious sanctity and Pathankot - a great tourist transit center has a number of picnic spots nearby.

Jalandhar : If there exists an ancient city with a modern face, then Jalandhar fits the description. A town of great antiquity, Jalandhar today is a highly industrialized center of commercial activity. Jalandhar is known for its sportsmen as well as its sports industry, its steel and iron re-rolling mills, rubber goods, electric goods, automobile parts, and sewing machine factories and handloom products.

Kapurthala :Kapurthala named after its founder Nawab Kapur Singh, this capital town of an erstwhile princely state is situated towards the west of Jalandhar City at a distance of 19 kms.

Ludhiana : Ludhiana is industrial metropolis of the Punjab industry. Its machine tools and motor parts are widely exported. The Christian Medical College, an Engineering College and Punjab Agricultural University which has ushered green revolution in Punjab are renowned centres of education. Ludhiana holds world records in food production.

Moga : Moga has great importance on punjab's history. The border town of Ferozepur is known for its memorials to the freedom fighters of India.

Muktsar : Muktsar is famous for its Sikh shrines .Muktsar is also famous for the Maghi Festival celebrated here and For Punjabi Jutti Of Muktsar.

Patiala : The City that preserves all the charm of the old world while its modern buildings and institutions, gardens and wide concrete roads make it look a pre-eminently young city equipped with all the amenities of present day life.

Roop Nagar (Ropar) : Situated at a distance of 40 kms from Chandigarh on way to Anandpur Sahib, Rupnagar (also Ropar) is known for archaeological finds which reflect the history of India from pre-historic to the present times.

Sangrur : the splendid capital of the erstwhile Jind State is situated at a distance of nearly 60 kms from Patiala

Sirhind : Sirhind is a city where the Mughals still live on in the magnificent architectural legacy they have left for the future generations. The origin of the city is not known but probably dates back to the 10th century.

Fatehgarh Sahib : Shahidi Asthan Of Saheb-Zade Of Dashmesh Pita. The Great Tirtha (Centre of pilgrimage) of the Sikhs, it is about 50 kms. to the north of Patiala on Patiala Rupnagar Road via Morinda