Ways to Experience Punjabi Culture in New Delhi
Situated in northwestern India, Punjab has a history and heritage dating back to the Vedic period and remains the center of the Sikh religion. If you don’t have time to visit Punjab, you can still experience a taste of Punjabi culture in New Delhi. Here’s how to do it.
Treat your tastebuds to some Punjabi street food—chole bhature (fried bread with spicy chickpea curry), chaat (a variety of snacks), or Amritsari kulcha (a savory stuffed version of naan)—on a Delhi food tour.
Learn more about Sikhism with a visit to the golden-domed temple Gurudwara Bangla Sahib.
Shake your hips like a Bollywood star to the sounds of bhangra, the most common form of Punjabi music, during an Indian dance class.
Make the journey to Amritsar to see its Golden Temple in as little as two days during a multi-day tour from India’s capital city.