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The temple is a Sarv Dharam place welcoming devotees from all religions. All must follow the rules of the temple; remove footwear, cover your head and do not smoke in the temple area. The darshans or temple visit is conducted in a disciplined and ritualistic manner.

The devotees are more than helpful in guiding you and even explaining the history and significance of various rituals and ceremonies. You can also request for a guide if you so desire.Jallianwala Baag Amritsar.

Amritsar:-There are a number of tourist places in and around Amritsar. Most of the places are of religious and historical importance. Other than the Golden Temple, you can visit several other Gurdwaras that trace their links with the Gurus. Gurdwara Baba Atal Sahib and the Shahidi martyr's shrine are important religious centers, which tell their own history. The Amritsar tour has a religious hue as it accommodates both temples and Gurudwaras for the Hindu and Sikh disciples.

Places of Interest
  • Golden Temple

The holiest of holy Sikh shrine, Sri Harmander Sahib, or the Golden Temple had a humble beginning as a mud and thatch roof construction in the fourteenth century. Today the imposing structure with Golden roof and a Sarovar around it is the cynosure of the city of Amritsar. The temple has four entrances with Darshani Deodi, in the North being the main entrance. The entrance has an ornate archway with inscriptions from Granth Sahib, the Holy book of Sikhs, on the intricately designed doorway. The temple has been constructed with the finest marble. The stone signifies purity and is believed to have a soothing effect on the pilgrims. The Temple is the best example of the Sikh-Hindu-Mughal architecture. It is believed that the foundation stone of this shrine was laid by a Muslim Sufi from Lahore, Hazrat Mian Mir. a temple of Kogi Mata and a chowka (Seat of the elders) Sculpted in wood.

 


Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar

The Jallianwala Bagh is a memorial of the martyrs of the 1919 massacre by the British General Dyer. Today, here one finds a small gallery with photos of key personalities involved in the 1919 freedom struggle.

The well into which the crowds jumped to escape the murderous hail of bullets and a simple memorial at the site that shaped


Wagah Border

The final frontier, Wagah about 28 kms. from Amritsar is the only border crossing between India and Pakistan. It’s an interesting experience especially at sunset when the 'Retreat' ceremony takes place with the BSF on the Indian Side of the Border.

The changing of the guards and the ceremonial lowering of the flags ceremony is carried


Chandigarh Tour

In this article, we will provide you with the Chandigarh history that will give you useful piece of information on the origin of Chandigarh, India. Prior to the partition of India, Lahore was the capital city of undivided Punjab. But, after the partition, when Lahore went to Pakistan, India was left without any capital. Also, it led to the



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