Living the Sikh heritage in a village in Punjab

Cultural & Theme Tours, Delhi to Returns to original departure point

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The name ‘Punjab’ is made of two words - Punj and Ab, where Punj means ‘Five’ and Ab means ‘Rivers’. The word ‘Sikhism’ comes from ‘Sikh’, which means ‘a strong and able disciple'. They are also known for their extravagant and vibrant life that revolves around colorful festivals, sprawling farmlands, good food and urge to live life in service of humanity. Sikh people believe that no one should sleep without having food. Therefore the Gurudwara (Sikh temple) around India serve free food all day called Langar. Devotion and service for humanity are deeply imbibed in every Sikh from childhood.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Ropar Wetland (Ropar Lake), Nawanshahr, Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagarr District, PunjabRural life of Punjab and exploring the culture, heritage, traditions, food, music and moreDuration: 7 days

What’s included

  • All accommodations with local Sikh families – clean and safe
  • Breakfast & Dinner on Days 1-3 and 6-7
  • All meals on Days 4-5
  • All local and inter-city transportation within Delhi and in Punjab via AC train or AC car
  • All guided experiences and activities in Delhi and Punjab
  • Fee of tour guide and any other local experts
  • Any permits or permissions required
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Bottled water
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Entry/Admission - Ropar Wetland (Ropar Lake)

What’s not included

  • Any international or domestic flights from base location to Delhi
  • Travel insurance
  • Any medical needs that arise during the trip
  • Entry tickets