Pathankot, a small city of Punjab falls in the Northern Region of India is full of Rich Cultures. In the Indian state of Punjab, Pathankot is a Municipal Corporation and contributes as the headquarter of the Pathankot district. Pathankot was the capital of Nurpur which now comes now in Himachal Pradesh and is governed by the Pathan Rajputs. The name of the city Pathankot came into mode from the word Pathan. This city is a meeting point of the three northern states - Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. It serves as a travel wheel connecting three Northerly States.
The people of this city are basically Punjabis and speak the Punjabi Language with a little touch of Dogri and Himachali. Pathankot also serves as an Education Hub for the nearby areas of Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. Pathankot is a city in Punjab on the national highway which connects Jammu & Kashmir with the rest of the country.
Pathankot presents a way to some of the hill stations of Himachal Pradesh like Dharamshala, Kangra, Chamba, Dalhousie and Mcleodganj. The main attractions of Pathankot are the Shahpurkandi Fort and Ranjit Sagar Dam. Popular Temples to visit in Pathankot are Ashapurni Mandir, Kali Mata ka Mandir, Shani Dev Madir and Kathgarh Temple. The months of October and November are best for tourists to visit this city.