Amritsar — The Golden City Of India

‘Amritsar’ also called as ‘Ambarsar’ is one of the most ancient and gripping city of India. It is situated in the northwestern Indian State of Punjab, which is near from the border with Pakistan.

Amritsar is the gateway for travelers coming to India on the overland route from central Asia it soon became the center of various commercial activities. The trait of Amritsar- its heritage, religious places, natural beauty, etc. would make your tour best. But the question arises is how to go there? The best way is to book a car on rent and visit different places as much you want.

Some features Of Amritsar:

1. Tourist places — Golden Temple,Jallian Wala Bagh,Ram Bagh,

Durgiana Temple,Ram Tirath, Wagah border etc.

2. Airport — Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport

3. Railway Station — Amritsar Junction railway station

4. Best time to visit places in Amritsar — November to March

Hiring a car is not only limited for long distances, you can book a car to rent for short distances also.

The Amritsar city is a peculiar example of an introverted planning system with unique areas called Katras. The Katras are self-styled residential units that provided unique defence system during attacks on the city.

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In Amritsar there are many interesting locations to spend a memorable holiday or weekend. Some of them are-

1. Golden Temple -

The most famous place in Amritsar is Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib), is Sikhim’s holiest place, visited by millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world, which was founded by the fourth Guru of Sikhs ‘Guru Ramdas’ in 1574 and completed by his successor ‘Guru Arjan Dev’.

The temple derives its name from its fully golden dome. The temple is built over marble and is two storied high structures.

The temple surrounded by ‘Serene Sarovar’ enhances the beauty of the temple. A tour of Amritsar is incomplete without giving a visit to Golden Temple.

2. Jallian Wala Bagh -

This place noted for its most notorious massacre under British rule.

In 1919,the British under the command of General Dyer fired randomly on a peaceful gathering of people on demand of freedom, resulted in the death of 379 and injured more than 1200 on the spot. This event was one of the major incidents of India’s freedom struggle. The memorial well is also present here in which some people jumped to escape the firing. It is 400 meters north of the Golden Temple.

This ground surrounded by high walls on all sides has only a narrow alley for access. India was outraged by Dyer’s massacre.

Today this garden has been changed to a park and it has a pleasant garden. There is a narrow path between the houses which leads to the lawn of the park. At the east end of the garden there is a large memorial built in memory of those who died here.

3. Ram Bagh -

Ram Bagh is a beautiful garden and is a tribute to Guru Ram Das, the founder of the city. It is famed as the summer palace of the Maharaja Ranjit Singh, it has now been converted into a museum, which exhibits weapons from Mughal times to portraits of ruling houses of Punjab and the replica of “Kohinoor” diamond.

It is formerly known as ‘Company Garden’. The garden is intersected by water channels fitted with fountains and golden fish. A great statue of Maharaja Ranjit Singh saddled on his horse adorns the Rambagh garden which is closed on Wednesday.

It’s timing is:

Monday-Friday:10.00am-5.00 pm

Saturday:10.00am -5.00 pm

Sunday:10.00 am-5.00 pm

4. Durgiana Temple -

The temple is devoted to Goddess Durga and its structural design resembles the golden temple. It is situated outside the Lohgarh gate. It is built after the design of the Golden temple and attracts sages and scholars in Hindu scriptures from all over India.

The temple dates back to the 16th century. Detailed carved paintings of the Goddess in her different incarnations are displayed in this shrine. Various other deities are also found in the interiors of the temple.

5. Ram Tirath -

The Sri Ram Tirth temple is dedicated to the Hindu god-Lord Rama.

It is located 16 km west on Amritsar- Chogawan Road.

The temple complex contains a hut and a tank. It is the site where Goddess Sita gave birth to her sons Luv and Kush. A four day fair takes place here, starting on the full moon night in November.

Opening Closing Time:

Monday-Friday:- 5.00 am- 9.00 am

Saturday:- 5.00 am-9.00 am

Sunday:- 5.00 am- 9.00 am

Entrance fee:-

Free Entry.

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