The land of brave hearts, Punjab is known for its rich cultural and heritage legacy. Known for the five rivers that flow through its plains, Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Jhelum and Chenab, Punjab is primarily an agricultural state which is fast making forays in industry and IT. The state has a rich history and reflecting it are the countless sites that dot the state – impressive forts and palaces, ancient monuments, architectural marvels and places of religious significance.
Undivided Punjab has been the cradle of the Indus Valley Civilization, the remains of which can be seen at the Ropar archaeological site and its dedicated museum. This fertile ancient land finds mention even in Mahabharata and Ramayana. The state is known the world over for its rich cuisine, lively dances, warm hearted people besides the birthplace of Sikhism.
A landlocked state, Punjab is extremely popular among tourists from across the globe – the Golden Temple at Amritsar records the highest footfall of tourists in a day. The Government of Punjab is taking smart steps to promote its rich cultural and architectural legacy. It can be said that Punjab is witnessing a new dimension of tourism.
In this context, Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd, Asia & Middle East’s premier media & technology research organization is organizing ‘National Tourism Summit’ in Punjab.