Mansa is a popular town located in east Punjab. It was constituted in 1992 and is commonly known as the area of white gold. It is also believed that Mansa was initially a part of the Phulkian Dynasty and later it was ruled by the Kaithal Sikh kingdom. According to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), archaeological shreds of evidence discovered in the city of Mansa were found to be identical to the excavations from the Harappa as well as Mohenjo-Daro civilizations.
At present, Mansa has become a famous tourist destination with several tourists coming to this city every year. It is situated at a height of 696 ft and has a tropical moderate climate. Mansa is surrounded by cities like Bathinda and Sangrur while the southwest region of Mansa is enveloped by the Ghaggar River. The city has excellent transport links with Chandigarh, the capital of Punjab as well as Delhi, the national capital and is easily accessible via railways and roadways.
Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Mansa include- Samadhi of Bhai Gurdas, who is believed to have established the foundation of this city. Mansa hosts an annual fair in the memory of its Founder in March and April. Budhlada town, located on the Bhatinda-Delhi rail link is another important destination for travelers in Mansa. The town is famous for its rice mills and cotton factories. Sardulgarh fort is also a notable tourist attraction spot in Mansa. This place was a hunting site for the Prince of Patiala, Maharaja Sardul Singh. You can easily reach here via cars, buses, and trains. Some other prominent attractions are Bhikhi, Bareta, and Dalelwala.
The people of this city hold strong traditional values and cultural beliefs. Baisakhi, Diwali, Holi, and various other festivals are celebrated in the city with absolute happiness and celebration. Mansa also offers a wide range of delicious and flavorful food such as stuffed parathas, Amritsari kulcha, sarson ka saag with makki di roti, Amritsari dal makhani, chaas, falooda, Amritsari lassi, and much more. You can also visit the local markets in Mansa to buy elegant phulkari artifacts and sarees famous for their beautiful and vibrant designs.
The OYO Hotels Experience In Mansa
Mansa is rapidly progressing as a holiday destination in Punjab especially for weekend getaways due to its historical and cultural significance. OYO hotels believe that every vacation should be worth the money you are shelling out. Hence, OYO residences offer plenty of facilities and services at affordable rates to make your stay at Mansa an unforgettable one.
The price of OYO residences varies between INR 613 and INR 913 per night. At pocket-friendly rates, OYO provides you with the best in class facilities like 24x7 power backup, parking facilities, free Wi-Fi, card payment facility, banquet hall, contemporary interiors, in-house restaurant, spacious rooms, complimentary breakfast, CCTV cameras, conference room, and much more.
They are located in proximity to local markets and well-known food outlets. These affordable hotels also ensure that you are attended by experienced and professional on-ground personnel for a pleasant and delightful stay.