Visiting this charming village in Punjab? The government has given it the 'Best Tourism' award

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5 km south of Punjab's National Highway 54, you will find Nawanpind Sardaran village,

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which is called a heritage stop to many popular destinations

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like Vaishnodevi Temple, Kangra, Dharamshala, Dalhousie and other tourist spots.

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It was built by Narayan Singh in the 19th century. The village is known for its Kothi,

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The Kothi was built by Narayan Singh's son Bent Singh in 1886.

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Apart from the Kothi, Peepal Haveli, which was built 140 years ago, is also another attraction of this village.

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These two heritage places are looked after by five sisters – Gursimran Kaun Sangha, Gurmeet Rai Sangha, Manpreet Kaur Sangha, Geeta Sangha and Noor Sangha.

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In the year 2019, this village attracted attention when actor Sunny Deol visited here for some time and stayed there

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He was later joined by his father, famous Bollywood actor Dharmendra, who talked about a possible film project at the location.

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