TRAVEL TIPS: Not only Lohri or Baisakhi in Punjab but these festivals are also celebrated with great pomp!


Festivals are a means of expressing our happiness in many forms, some festivals are celebrated all over the country, while some festivals have their own importance at the state level, today we will tell you about the festivals celebrated in Punjab.

Hola Mohalla is one of the festivals celebrated in Anandpur Sahib and Kiratpur Sahib in Punjab, a day after celebrating Holi in the entire country. This festival commemorates the day when the Khalsa Panth was established by Guru Gobind Singh on this day.

The Shaheedi Jor Mela is organized in the name of Guru Govind Singh's Sheed sons Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh. It is held in December every year at Gurdwara Fatehgarh in the Gatehgarh district of Punjab, in which lakhs of religious followers participate in Teej in Punjabi. This festival is said to have a special significance for women. Teej festival is celebrated to welcome the arrival of the monsoon. On this day, women wear bright and colorful clothes and perform folk dances.

Tikka festival is celebrated as Bhai Dooj. It is celebrated on the next day of Diwali in Punjab. This festival strengthens the relationship between brother and sister.