Book a Flight Ticket with Indigo Airlines to See the Man-made Sukhna Lake

Chandigarh, a union territory of India, is a city that serves as the capital of Punjab and Haryana, two north Indian states. Its adjoining districts are Mohali, Patiala, Roopnagar, Panchkula, and Ambala and the border of the state of Himachal Pradesh is also some minutes away from this city. The place has got its name from the famous Chandi Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Chandi, known for her power. One of the first planned cities in the country, it is acclaimed for its urban designs and international architecture. The modern look of this place was the manifestation of a dream that Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru saw and Le Corbusier, a French architect, accomplished. The city is a unique example of well-planned synchronisation of nature and modern infrastructure. Tourists can plan a tour to this place during the months of August-November by booking flight tickets with IndiGo Airlines. The city is also famous for its various traditional and contemporary festivals, such as Baisakhi, Teej, Mango Festival, Festival of Gardens and Chandigarh Carnival.

Sukhna Lake

Located in the foothills of Shivalik range, Sukhna is a beautiful man-made lake, an important attraction in the city. About 3 km long, it was created in the year 1958 by damming the Sukhna Choe, which is a seasonal stream of the Shivalik hills. An integral part of the city, the lake is visited by thousands of locals and tourists throughout the year for its enchanting beauty. An ideal picnic spot, travellers can come to Sukhna Lake to partake in recreational sports activities, such as boating and water skiing.

If you want to spend some time in peace, then come here in the mornings when the cool breeze and melodious humming of birds will completely relax your mind. You can book air tickets to this city on the IndiGo airline online booking webpage. You can use your smart phone to check IndiGo Airlines flight status in advance to reach the airport in time.

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