A momentous Hindu Temple in Amritsar, Durgiana is in the region of one and half kilometre from the Golden Temple and looks like a copy of the same, devoted to Goddess Durga, the temple was built in 1908 by Harsai Mal Kapoor. The temple compound encloses the seats of Lord Hanuman, Mata Shitla, along with Lakshmi Narain.
It is a Sikh temple built at the ground of the Golden Temple by Guru Hargobind Sahib as a place of fair dealing and for resolving sequential issues. It is known to be the uppermost seat of earthly power of Khalsa. The literal meaning of Akal Takht is throne of the timeless one and it is a representative of the political sovereignty of the Sikhs.
To be found at a distance of around 22 km from the Golden Temple, Tarn Taran is a Sikh pilgrimage site in the Tarn Taran District of Punjab. The Gurudwara was constructed by the fifth Sikh Guru, Arjan Dev. It is supposed that the Saro pond located in this Gurudwara is the biggest in the middle of all the Sikh Shrines. Tarn Taran is counted among the most well-liked Sikh pilgrimage sites in India and thronged by the devotees every month on the day of Amavas New-Moon Day.
Hari Ke Pattan or Harike Wetland is claimed to be the main wetland in northern India. It is a man-made riverine, lacustrine wetland which spreads across the three district of Punjab namely Amritsar, Ferozepur and Kapurthala. The wetland provides protection to several species of snakes, turtles, amphibians and fishes.
Devoted to Maharaja Ranjit Singh, ‘the Lion of Punjab’, who not tied up a major part of Punjab from the manacles of the Mughals, the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum is located in Lawrence Road, Company Bagh of Amritsar. The museum displays the chivalric behavior of the Maharaja along with artifacts connected with the greatest battles he fought with his enemies. The light and sound show creates the feel of a real war circumstances with the thriving sound effects taking you to the past.
A chronological fort in Bathinda District of Punjab, Bathinda Fort is around 160km from the Golden Temple and known for its intense association with the history of Sultana Razia’s custody. The fort is situated in the Malwa Region of Punjab. It looks like a sheep in the sea of sand and looks imposing for its architecture. The fort foundation encloses a Gurudwara, which was built in the memory of Guru Gobind Singh.
Located in Hall Bazar, Amritsar, Jama Masjid Khairuddin is a creatively enriched religious site. It is the same place where Tootie-e-Hind Shah Attaullah Bukhari protested against the British rule. The mosque was built by Mohammad Khairuddin in 1876.