The most religious and peaceful place in the world is Golden Temple. A visit to this place makes the visitor spiritually relaxed and can feel the positivity of that place. A trip to Amritsar is never complete without a visit to Golden Temple and everyday lakhs of people offer their prayers here.
Wagah Border is the border line running along the Grand Trunk Road between Amritsar in Punjab, India, and Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan. People from all across the country visit this place to witness the Beating Retreat Ceremony that is held every day before sunset. This ceremony includes the closing of the international gates and lowering the flags of both the countries from since 1959.
This is a symbol of faith for Hindus. People from all over the world visit this temple to offer their prayers. This temple derives its name from Goddess Durga. This temple is surrounded by a holy pond and visitors take ‘Parikarma’ (round around the temple) in faith. Outside the boundary of temple is a market where tourists can buy various things and can also enjoy the delicacies.
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This place is related with the time of independence of India where Indians were killed by opening fire by Britishers. This place is a symbol of the sacrifices made by Indians to get freedom. People from all over the world visit this place and rejoice the patriotic environment. This place is also close to Golden Temple so it makes it a “must visit” place for the visitors.
This temple is one of the most visited places in Amritsar. It is said that those who cannot visit Vaishnodevi temple in Jammu can visit and offer their prayers here. The environment is very peaceful and mind relaxing with the chanting of prayers.
The founder of Sikh empire, which came into existence in the early half of the 19th century. He contributed towards the independence of India and this museum does justice in depicting his role and the sacrifices he made for his country.