If you happen to make some trip in the northern part of India, I must certainly recommend you to visit Punjab, the land of the Sikhs and home of the bhangra music. Before the partition of India, Punjab was a province which was divided between India and Pakistan. However, after the partition Punjab in India became a state while it still remains a province in Pakistan. I am quite surprise when I sometimes talk to Indian friends who don’t even know that there is a province called Punjab in Pakistan. Anyways, I am not here to talk about who knows what about Indian history. The word Punjab literally means the Land of Five Rivers (Beas, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum River) and has lot of history of invasion and battles. Today, Punjab is doing well and is known as the most fertile region of India. The state is also called as the Granary of India or India’s Bread-Basket. The economy is doing well and the state is well connected through road, air and train offering a great experience for locals and even for tourists that would like to explore this part of India.
India is a land of celebrations and festivals and Diwali is very much like Christmas for the entire country where people stay home and enjoy some great time and enjoy fireworks that bring joy, happiness and sparkle in their life. Better known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is certainly the best time I believe when you should think of some trips with your family and friends because these moments convert into the best memories that will make you smile and feel special. While most people prefer to celebrate Diwali at home with their neighbors and loved ones, I believe this Diwali you should try something different and take off for some great destinations in India where you can enjoy your Diwali holidays in a better way. Here we take a look at the must visit top Diwali destinations in India that you can enjoy this year.