The Fifth Guru Shri Arjan Dev ji himself conceived and designed a central place of worship in the central place of amritsarover which is regarded as the harmandar sahib the temple is attracting people from all walks of life irrespective of caste creed and religion. he temple is a pleasing square building in marble with inlaid walls and a domed roof. The holy book of the Sikhs the Guru Granth Sahib is kept under a Sikh canopy and pilgrims file past it.
Jallianwala Bagh The massacre of thousands of innocent civilians by British army on 13th April 1919 gave the Indian freedom movement an all together new dimension. A befitting memorials erected at the spot to remember the martyrs.Here lies the memorial of the martyrs of the 1919 massacre by British General Dyer. Presently the place also has a park. The Martyr’s Gallery is open from 9 am to 5 pm in summers and from 10 am to 4 pm during winters.
The Colorful Beating of the Retreat Ceremony by rangers from both India and Pakistan in Wagah is definitely a visitors delight. Generally. A Visit to Amritsar in incomplete without a visit to WagahBorder. One of the many nearby places to visit from Amritsar is the Wagah Border. Located on the Indo-Pakistan border, Wagah is 28 kilometres from the Amritsar main town.
Shri Durgiana Temple
Shri Durgiana Temple The idea to built Shree Durgiana Mandir as it stands today was the brain child of Gur Shai Mal Kapoor, a great visionary and religious minded person. His statue in monumental alabaster in a sitting posture has been established just opposite the main entrance or Darshani Deori. The foundation stone of the temple was laid down by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya in 1924 on Ganga Dashmi day.
Gobindgarh Fort is a historic fort located in the center of the city of Amritsar in the Indian state of Punjab. Gobind Garh Fort In the south-west of the city, has been taken over by the Indian army and is now off limits. It was built in 1805-09 by Ranjit Singh, who was also responsible for constructing the city walls.