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Jallianwala bagh is that controversial spot where many innocent Indian civilian life’s were laid down to death due to open blind firing done under the command of the then senior British military officer Reginald Edward Harry Dyer. The massacre took place on 13th april 1919 which was the Baisakhi day, considered holy day by the Sikhs of Punjab that is mostly consisting of Sikhism and Hinduism. The jallianwala bagh is a place which surely ignites your inner patriotism and dedication for your own life. The massacre that gave evidence of the cold beastly brutality of the then British india is much preserved in the walls of the jallianwala bagh which very much exposes the gun shots on them and speak of the history where innocence was murdered horribly.
Amritsar is the place popular for the Golden temple which attracts tourists all over the globe. The fabrics, textile and carpets are much of the bigger attractions here, one can always go searching for the best art pieces here which would teach you tons about Indian culture and heritage. The ambience is so much more than actually one can think of that the place is simply heavenly. The chastity in the air of Amritsar would surely make it a peaceful affair for you, you just need to feel it deeply and reflect upon the same in a much calm way.
GOLDEN TEMPLE: The popular temple of GOLD is in real named as Harmandir sahib which is a host to people around the globe all the hours of the day. The glitter of the dome shines bright to the sun spark and makes it a freshened scenic adventurous view for the visitors. The golden temple needs less introduction to the world as it is a world heritage spot and is a must visit travel expedition on almost every travel freak and nomadic spirited troop in search of the inner peace. The gold fishes in their pond is a lovely sight to watch as they come peacefully to pick their pieces and vanish into silence while the langar feeds thousands for free every single day.
WAGAH BORDER: the border demarcated the divided present day Pakistan and india. A little Punjab is with india and the rest little with our brother nation Pakistan. Wagah border is a pride place for every person of both the countries as each day two hours before the sunset the flag lowering ceremony brings in joy at the hearts of every person who believes in the unison of both countries. The wagah is at a centre place from Amritsar, Punjab, India and Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
SUMMER PALACE OF MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGH: this is a beautifully designed palace situated at the centre of the famous Ram bagh that is a garden designed according to the Lahore’s Shalimar bagh. This palace has a museum that preserves the best historic miniatures and coins along with finely made attractive oil paintings.
The proper Punjabi north Indian cuisine is incomplete without a dash of the desi ghee therefore any dhabba or restaurant that you search here would definitely serve you with the proper desi ghee and hot fresh prepared food. The kulchas are a big bash here along with aloo paranthas and makei di roti with sarsoon da saag. The best food is found mainly in the local food courts and junctions which have their proper specialities. The non vegetarians would ove the butter chicken and varieties of naan and other breads.
The market places here scream of the rich culture and happy living of people from Punjab. The carpets designed with arts and scriptures are always he trends on in every home. The fabricated dresses are a must purchase for all who visit this place. The hanging jhumkas are a big craze among young women travelling from other cities as well as the demand for dupattas is much higher here. The katra jaimal singh market, kapra bazaar and the goden temple market are the favourite shopping stations for visitors. So make sure you have them all added to your to-do list while visiting the jallianwala bagh.
City of Amritsar is well connected by roads, train and air with other parts of the country. One can reach there by Car/Taxi/Bus or by train or by air.
The place is very much well connected through the grand trunk road and can be reached via national highway 1. The place is closer to delhi and can be easily reached within some hours of a drive on the GT road.
The place is connected by bus services daily from jalandhar, jammu, delhi, patialla and Chandigarh. You can easiy board a bus from preferred city bus stops and reach jallianwala bagh.
The Amritsar railway station is the central rail stop for jallianwala bagh with attari station to the east as the last stop in india before continuing into Pakistan via wagah. The samjhauta express is the popular train connecting both countries via this station.
The Amritsar international airport is blessed with the best connection all over the world with flights coming in and moving out from major cities in inda like Chennai, delhi, banglore etc as well as international spots like london heathrow airport, Birmingham, Melbourne and Sydney. Therefore you don’t really have to have a messy journey in order to reach jallianwala bagh.