Mohali Tourism

Mohali Video Reviews

Gurudwara sahib  Video Review

Gurudwara sahib

by Mirnal Sethi
11th Dec 17
Sikh religion's faith  Video Review

Sikh religion's faith

by Mirnal Sethi
10th Dec 17
Beautiful temple  Video Review

Beautiful temple

by Mirnal Sethi
10th Dec 17
Clean and well-managed  Video Review

Clean and well-managed

by Mirnal Sethi
10th Dec 17
Peaceful place  Video Review

Peaceful place

by Mirnal Sethi
10th Dec 17
Waheguru  Video Review

Waheguru

by Kajal Sharma
11th Dec 17
Nice one  Video Review

Nice one

by Lalita Loot
11th Dec 17
Gurdwara angitha sahib  Video Review

Gurdwara angitha sahib

by Mirnal Sethi
11th Dec 17
Gurudwara in Mohali  Video Review

Gurudwara in Mohali

by Kajal Sharma
10th Dec 17
Good place to visit  Video Review

Good place to visit

by Vinay Kumar
10th Dec 17

I am heading to Mohali

Reviews (1)

Harshdeep Arora

Harshdeep Arora2.9/5

5 reviews

Clean and well planned city

Mohali is Clean and Well Planned City. With Lots of Sightseeing Options. Nice Markets and Good crowd. Helpful and Fun people. All type of food available at affordable prices. Sharing Autos available. Must See: Sukhna lake and Rock Garden. As my trip was business related, didn't get much time for sightseeing, would like to visit again and check out other places.

Mohali Overview

Mohali is a city located in the western part of Chandigarh and is a continuation of the capital city. Named after the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh, Sahibzada Ajit Singh (SAS Nagar), it is the 18th district in Punjab.

Earlier it was a part of Rupnagar district in Punjab, which is in the north of Mohali. Fatehgarh Sahib and Patiala are located on the south of Mohali. A part of the Chandigarh Tricity along with Panchkula, Mohali has lush green open spaces and ecological ridges that have numerous bird species.

Mohali is slowly developing into an IT hub, with the headquarters of many brands such as Dell, Quark, and Philips being located here. Apart from the IT industries, there are many shopping and commercial centres which make Mohali a tourist spot.

The summers here are very hot with chances of rainfall while the winters are extremely cold. Mohali also receives rain in the winter season because of the western flowing winds. Because of the fertile soil and availability of rivers nearby, agriculture is prevalent in most of the areas. The best time to visit Mohali is between the months of October and November.

The Mohali Cricket Stadium is a very popular venue where many international and domestic cricketing events have been organised. The Punjab Cricket Association in the year 1992 started the construction of the project in a swampy area, which was later on developed into a full-fledged stadium. Some of the facilities available here include swimming pool, practise nets and health clubs.

The other popular places in Mohali include the Sukhna Lake, Bhakra Nangal Dam and the Nada Sahib Gurudwara. Sukhna Lake is located on the foothills of the Himalayas and the famous Rock Garden is situated near the lake along with a golf course. Built across the Satluj River is the Bhakra Nangal Dam, which is the second largest dam in Asia after Tehri Dam.

Some of the historic places in Mohali include Lalan Wala Peer, Amb Sahib, Angithe Sahib and Pubba Sahib Gurudwara. Some of the popular Gurudwaras are Nana Sahib and Anandpur Sahib Gurudwaras. The main language spoken here is Punjabi.

Panchakula, Morni Hills, Barog, Shoghi, Shimla, Mashobra, Yamunotri, Sharanpur, Mandi, Moga and Kanatal are some of the popular tourist destinations close to Mohali. This place is also known for popular sites like Mansa, Kurukshethra, Solan, Arki, Thander, Hoshiarpur, etc.


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