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Eat Langar

Sikh devotees at at a <i>langar</i> at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, October 15, 2010 Langar is the food served in a gurudwara. It is free of cost and very tasty. You must try it, and maybe even offer to serve food to others, as many people from the Sikh community do.

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Pack a few woollens

Winter is in its tail-end during February and March but sometimes it can last longer, or unleash a cold wave before bowing out. So carry a warm jacket, a cap and a shawl while in the city.

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Rent a car

Since public transport isn't up to the mark in Chandigarh, try to rent a car for your stay. Driving is enjoyable and you'll find it easy to get back to the city from the stadium whenever you feel like. Otherwise you'll need to organise a cab for each trip.

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Where to

  1. Swagath

    Swagath (Tel 91-172-3045678) is a chain restaurant serving Mughlai and South Indian dishes.

  2. Parkview

    Parkview (from Rs 1900), run by the Chandigarh Administration, has a few rooms in this category.

  3. Score

    Score (Tel 91-9988448811), a sports bar that screens cricket, hockey and football matches and F1 races, is another popular hang-out.

Must Do

Visiting a gurudwara

If you visit gurudwaras, places of worship for the Sikh community, make sure you cover your head: non-Sikh men usually tie a handkerchief over their heads, while women cover their heads with a dupatta or a cloth.

Tips for Travellers

Winter is in its tail-end during February and March but sometimes it can last longer, or unleash a cold wave before bowing out. So carry a warm jacket, a cap and a shawl while in the city.

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