Chandigarh is a city located in northern India, serving as the capital of both Punjab and Haryana states. It is one of the few planned cities in India, with a well-organized layout and modern infrastructure.

The city was designed by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier in the 1950s, and its architecture is characterized by a blend of modern and traditional elements. The city's most famous landmarks include the Capitol Complex, which houses the government buildings of both Punjab and Haryana, and the Rock Garden, a unique sculpture garden made entirely of recycled materials.

The Tower of Shadows
Children Traffic Park
Gurudwara Sri Amb Sahib Patshahi Satvi
Silvi Park
Garden of Silence
Musical Fountain
ISKCON Temple
Bougainvillea Garden
Terraced Garden
Fateh Burj, Chappar Chiri
Nek Chand’s Rock Garden of Chandigarh
Christ The King Cathedral
Rose Garden
Bougainvillea Park
Leisure Valley
Sukhna Gallery