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 Golden Temple, Amritsar

The Golden Temple is known as the Harmandir Sahib, which means that the Temple of God. Because of its natural beauty and being a center of faith, people come to the Golden Temple in the number of thousands every day. Guru Arjun Sahib, the fifth Nanak who imagined to make a central place for worship for the Sikhs and realized that he himself had prepared the architecture of Sri Harmandir Sahib. Surrounded by Swarnamandir Sarovar, which is very beautiful to see, the main festival of Sikhs which is celebrated there is - Baisakhi which is celebrated in the second week of April. On this day, Sikhs celebrate the establishment of Khalsa. The other important days of Sikhism include Guru Ram Das's birthday, Guru Teg Bahadur's birthday, Sikh founder Guru Nanak Dev's birthday etc. On this day, Sikhs worship God.

Generally, on the day of Diwali, the beauty of the golden temple is worth seeing in the light of day and lamps. On this day, the Golden Temple is decorated with lights and lights and crackers are also boiled. Every Sikh goes to the Golden Temple once in its lifetime and most Sikhs go to the Golden Temple during special days of their life like birthdays, weddings, festivals, etc.Amritsar famous for yummy & delicious food in India or the world Like Langar ka Prasad, Amritsari Kulcha, Kulcha Land, Friends Dhaba, Surjit Food Plaza, Pal Da Dhaba, Kesar Da Dhaba etc.


Jalianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh is an evidence of the infamous massacre of the story during the British rule that left a deep impression on the Indians. Spread over a vast area of 6.5 acres, Jallianwala Bagh is a public garden located in the holy city of Amritsar in Punjab state. Huge national importance, this memorial site insect Indian President on the occasion of Punjabi New Year on April 13, 1961. Was inaugurated by Rajendra Prasad. Due to its historical significance, Jallianwala Bagh tourism has attracted every tourist coming to the state.


Durgiana Temple

It is clear from its name that this is the temple of Durga. Thousands of people come here to worship every day. You can say that whatever comes in Amritsar, the Durgayana temple also goes for the meditation. People coming to Amritsar can not come here, they can not be said. They say that all the wishes of those who come here are fulfilled. There are statues of Lakshmi Ji, Hanuman Ji, and Vishnu Ji. They are also worshiped. It is also called Sheetla Mata Temple. This can be considered the most magnificent temple of the Punjab's Hindus. Alcohol and cigarette consumption around this temple is completely prohibited. Apart from Hindus, people of all faiths also come here.


Akal Takht

The word 'Akal Takht' literally means the eternal throne and it is the highest citadel of the Temple Authority of Khalsa. At the same time, it is also the focal point of the spiritual activities of the Sikhs. This casket built by the Sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Ji, is the oldest and most important of the five planks of India. Sikh tourists visiting Amritsar should definitely go to Sri Akal Takhat located in the Harmandir Sahib campus. Shri Akal Takht, a symbol of the sovereignty of the Sikh community, is a five-tower structure. In it there is marble and there is also a gold-domed dome.
Apart from this, there is also a semicircular platform, which opens in the courtyard. In the time of day, Grands of Adi etc. are kept in the Golden Temple, while at night it is kept in the sacred complex of Shri Akal Takht. There are also ancient weapons that were used by the Sikhs during the attack on the Golden Temple in 1984.


Taran Taran

Taran Taran is a district of Punjab and is 22 km away from Amritsar. Its district headquarters is Taran Sahib, which was founded by Arjun Dev Ji, the 5th Sikh guru. Taran Taran Sahib is a holy place for Sikhs and there are many historical gurus.
Among them, Darbar Sahib, Shri Guru Arjun Dev Ji is the most important. Here is the Taran pond, which is named after the city, is the largest in the world. Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, established by Guru Arjun Dev Ji, is a three-storied structure, which is located on the southeast end of the Taran Sarovar.
This gurdwara is excellent in terms of architecture and its upper part is made of gold work. Apart from this, its dome is in lotus shape, on which the umbrella of the umbrella has remained. At the same time, the marble has been dried in the interior of the gurdwara. Its entrance gate is in the shape of the arches and the Gurdwara is built on the marble terrace


Harike Wetland

Harike Wetland, Ferozepur - about 86 km on the Amritsar border. Is situated in the area of. Due to its international appeal, this wetland was declared a wildlife sanctuary. This land was also given a Ramsagar status by the International Body of Wetland in 1990, under UNDP.


Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum

Maharaja Ranjeet Singh Museum is located in the beautiful Rambagh of Amritsar. At that time, the King of that time used to spend the summer time. However, this historical site has now been transformed into an excellent museum. The garden in which this museum is situated, there is a large gate on the right side of the courtyard. In the museum, you can see the weapons and war materials, coins and handwriting of the Mughal era. Inside the museum, there is a photograph of the Raj Bhavan of Punjab and an exhibition of oil paintings of King's Court and camp. Among the other attractions of the museum, Kohenur is a model of diamond and a license, which is sealed with Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
If seen, this museum gives a great glimpse of the history and tradition of the Sikhs. In this case, walking around this museum will not hurt you.


Ram Tirath

It is believed that Sri Ram Tirtha Temple is the ancient ashram of Rishi Valmiki. This temple dedicated to Lord Rama is 11 km away from Amritsar. According to mythology, when Rama left Sita, Rishi Valmiki gave him shelter in this ashram.
There are many temples in this temple at the time of Ramayana period and there is an old pond in its premises. There is a cottage in the temple, where Lord Rama's son Love and Kush was born. It is believed that the ancient pond was excavated by Lord Hanuman. Rishi Valmiki's cottage and stairwell well, where Sita was bathing, has been preserved inside the premises.
In the month of November, a four-day annual fair is organized at Sri Ram Tirtha temple on the full moon day. It is best to roam here during this time.


Faridkot Fort

Faridkot Fort was originally constructed by Raja Mokulsi and later King Hamir Singh rebuilt it. Raja Bikram Singh and Raja Balbir Singh expanded it further. In this ancient monument's premises, there are royal palaces, Tosh food, Modi food, and treasury. There is also a garden in this well-equipped building.

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