The Golden Temple, also known by Sri Harmandir Sahib is one of the most sacred places in India. It is also the holiest shrine of Sikhism.It is open to all religions and offers free food for over 100,000 people.
The Wagah Border is located at 22 km from Lahore in Pakistan and 28 kilometers from Amritsar, India. It marks the borders between Indian and Pakistani borderlands, which run along the Grand Trunk Road.
Jallianwala bagh, a public park located near the famed Golden Temple of Amritsar is home to a memorial that commemorates the British forces’ massacre of peaceful celebrators.
The Dukh Bhanjani ber Tree, located within the famed Golden Temple complex is the most sacred in Amritsar. Sikhs revere the 400-year-old Jujube Tree, which is located on the eastern side the great Amrit Savar.
The Durgiana Temple, also known as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple, is dedicated to Goddess Durga. It is one of the most visited places in Amritsar. Its name derives from the Goddess Durga idol.
The Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum was established to replace the Ram Bagh Palace. It was constructed in 1997 to house the artifacts and other objects of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and is now considered one of the most popular tourist spots in Amritsar.
You might like to visit a century-old college with a 300-acre campus and an impressive edifice that looks straight out of a coffee shop. Khalsa College is the next stop.