Maps of Punjab
Lying to the northwest of India Punjab's boundaries are Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan, Haryana and Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh.
The state maps of Punjab show that it cover almost 1.54% of India. Chandigarh is its capital with a major of its population being rural.
The languages spoken by the people of Punjab are Hindi and Punjabi but English and Urdu have gained popularity.
The state maps of Punjab portray the climate of Punjab as very
hot during the months of April May and June. It has its monsoons
from July to September with a pleasant winter from October to
March with temperatures as low as 40F. Punjab has four major
rivers Sutlej, Beas, Ghaggar and Ravi that serves a major portion
for irrigation, however besides these four rivers Punjab’s
canal system is extensive and useful.
The chief attractions on the state maps of Punjab
A splendid rose garden known as the Nehru Rose Garden is considered the largest in Asia is found in Punjab. Apart from this attraction tourists flock to the Rock Garden and the Sukha Lake. Amritsar is the chief attraction because it is home of the Golden Temple which has its existence since 1577 being the abode of the Sikhs till today.
Science city on the state maps of Punjab situated in Jalandhar is considered India’s largest science mission. Tourists visiting this science city can feast their eyes on a tilted Dome theatre that is 23 meters in diameter that shows format films by using a special Japanese projector.
Ludhiana is the chief attraction on the state map of Punjab. It is the biggest city running along the banks of the river Sutlej. To cite a few more tourists attractions one cannot forget the Guru Nanak Stadium, Rakh Bagh, Raja Ranjeet Singh Fort, Wonderland and many more to keep tourists on the go visiting this splendid state all through the year.
Not only that the state maps of Punjab depict the state as beautiful, it has been reviewed by the thousands of tourists who have visited and who are still visiting this beautiful state that it is an excellent part of Indian heritage.