Amritsar Travel

Home to the much famed religious site, The Golden Temple, Amirtsar brims with flamboyant cultures, cheerful locals and spirituality sprinkled in the air. Amritsar is one of the most sacred sikh religious sites in India, and the Golden Temple is the cradle of Amritsar. Founded in the year 1577 by the fourth Guru Ram Das, Amritsar has transformed itself into an advanced metropolis, whilst holding its traditional roots close to its heart. 

Start your Amritsar tour with Golden Temple, a majestic Gurudwara. Every year, devotees from all corners of the country visit here in streams, irrespective of their caste, creed, community, race, gender and ethnicity. Made of spectacular marble work engraved with flower and animal motifs, Golden Temple is an experience that one must see to understand. Divided into two floors, the second level of the Gurudwara has been capsule in gold panels, and a real gold dome acts as the main hilghlight of this religious spot. The water of the Sarovar located here is also believed to be blessed and filled with healing powers.

Another major attraction here is the Jallianwala Bagh, a must visit place for the history lovers. The history of this park narrates the brutal story of Jallianwala Bagh where around 1000 civilians were killed in 1919. The place still has the traces of history that the bullet marks engraved on its walls. The martyr’s gallery located in the complex shows portraits of freedom fighters associated with this place. 

Other popular attractions of Amritsar include:

How to Reach Amritsar
By Air: The Rajasansi International airport is just 11 km from the city centre and serves both domestic and international flights.
By Rail: The city is connected by direct trains to major Indian cities.
By Road: Amritsar has great road connectivity which links the city to all the neighbouring states.


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