Banur, India Travel Guide

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Banur is a small town about 25 km from Chandigarh, the capital of Indian Punjab, on the Chandigarh-Patiala National Highway, NH 64.

Its history dates back to ancient times, when it was called Pushpawati. This name was derived from the abundance of flowering plants in the region.

The name "Banur" is from the name of a local deity, Mai Banno ...

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Nirankari Bhawan is one of some buildings for public religious worship in Banur like a churches, mosques or temples that arouses the curiosity of travelers.



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