A blend of the ancient, medieval and modern histories and home to the centuries-old Hindu temple dedicated to goddess Durga, Jalandhar is one of the most popular cities of Punjab. The sacred water tank surrounding the Durga temple holds its auspicious significance alive in the hearts of devotees.
Jalandhar city has numerous intertwined legends associated with it. Some of them state that it was the kingdom of Lord Rama’s son Luv, while the others declare it to be named after a demon king Jalandhara. It was also a part of the Indus valley civilization and known to have been ruled by King Arjan Singh. The Khilafat Movement sparked in Jalandhar city in the early 1920 against the British rule.
The city in today’s date hosts numerous tourist spots and recreational sites. The culture and Punjabi origin makes the city lively and colourful.
Trivia: Jalandhar is famous for its sports industry and equipment manufactured in Jalandhar has been used in many international sporting games including Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, among others
Our branch in Jalandhar has been functional since 2013 and provides bespoke immigration and student visa advice and services