Punjabiyat, pronounced punjab-i-yat, meaning 'being Punjabi', 'essence of Punjab', 'quintessential Punjabi', is meant to be an expression of the jest and effervescence of the Punjabi culture and its large heartedness.
Set amidst vast blooming green fields, crisscrossed by long canals, the lodge is just an hour's drive from Amritsar but offers a truly rural farm experience, surrounded by lush green fields as far as eyes can see, glittering in the sun and merging into the distant horizon.
Stylishly simple four standalone cottages and a spacious lounge nestle in the gleaming expanse of farmland offering peaceful yet stimulating environment.
Food is a serious matter in Punjabi culture and hence the food at the lodge is emblematic of how Punjab welcomes you with its bounty. The tandoori cuisines as well as barbequed snacks are the highlights.
The activities offered:
Cycling through the farms
Visit to local dairy farm.
Visit to local Sikh Temple and participate in religious ceremonies held every morning.
Have some fun while riding a tractor and Tonga (Horse driven carriage).
Excursions to Amritsar and Wagah border