Get some respite from the cut-throat at office and endless engagements at abode and head to this place to get some glimpses of its gushing life.
Golden Temple-Shri Harminder Sahib
Start your visit on a religious note by paying a visit to Golden Temple-a landmark of the city. This holy shrine is a seat of Shri Harminder Sahib. A place open to all without any discrimination, you can seek spiritual solace in this uniquely etched-out Sikh structure. You will be asked to cover your head before you bow your head in reverence and you’ll be more than happy to follow this at this place of piety. And all those first timers-don’t miss your langar.
What better place can be in your itinerary than Jalianwala Bagh to visit next. Touching the land will give you goose bumps as you remember all those innocent and defenseless who have been mercilessly massacred by General O’Diar during Company Raj. Spend some time there, pay them tribute and your gratitude.
Summer Palace of Maharaja Ranjit Singh
You can find mementos of Sikh age in the form of miniatures, beautiful and magnificent, paintings, instruments and coins at Summer Palace of Maharaja Ranjit Singh which stands at the centre of a delectably-designed garden called Ram Bagh.
If you have enough time, you can also visit Akal Takht, Durgiana Temple, Lawrence Road, Khalsa College and Guru Nanak Dev University.
Amazing Bazaar of Amritsar
Life is a festival each moment here. The locals here are bustling images of enthusiasm which also reflects in their food and fabric. The way they dress up the way they cook and consume sums up how passionately involved they are in the shortest details of life.
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