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Chandigarh, capital of Punjab and Haryana .  first  planned city of India  by a French Architect - Le Corbusier , 56 sq km .City Map   on the slope of Shivalik hills . 47 sectors . Sector 17 is primarily a commercial center , major offices , shopping arcades, eating joints and  prominent cultural activities . literacy rate going strong at 80%.  
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Sector 16 Established in 1967 ,  largest Rose Garden in Asia,  27 acres has more than 17,000 plants representing  1,600 varieties, several fountains. emphasis was  given on the trees of medicinal value,  planted here are bel, bahera, harar, camphor and yellow gulmohar.  A rose festival in the first week of March is a treat for tourists , visiting the city around this time .  
Fitness Trails Sector 10 stretch of the Leisure Valley .  94 acres, 52  are seasonal flowers, sculptures artists,  organizing different cultural activities etc.   
Around Chandigarh

Terraced Flower Garden. Sector33 is an illuminated musical fountain. The garden host Chrysanthemum Show. It is over 10 acres.

 

For  youngsters during the day time is the geri route , in sector 11 and 10 . Young guys and gals , dressed to kill - move around in groups , zipping on swankiest vehicles , whistling and teasing each other .
The museum and Art Gallery are yet another marvelous examples of the architect work . Exquisite pictures and sculptures increase their attractiveness . It is located in sector 10.  
Panjab University .  the natural  charming . Almost all tourists try to capture the beauty of the Gandhi Bhavan . The novelty of the design of the university library building and the students center is very impressive.

     

  

 

 

 

 

 

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