The Golden Temple

The Golden Temple Amritsar India (Sri Harimandir Sahib Amritsar) is not only a central religious place of the Sikhs, but also a symbol of human brotherhood and equality. Everybody, irrespective of cast, creed or race can seek spiritual solace and religious fulfilment without any hindrance. It also represents the distinct identity, glory and heritage of the Sikhs. To pen-down the philosophy, ideology, the inner and outer beauty, as well as the historical legacy of Sri Harimandir Sahib is a momentous task.

Jallian Wala Bagh Memorial

The 1919 Amritsar massacre, known alternatively as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre after the Jallianwala Bagh (Garden) in the northern Indian city of Amritsar, was ordered by General R.E.H. Dyer. On Sunday April 13, 1919, which happened to be 'Baisakhi', one of Punjab's largest religious festivals, fifty British Indian Army soldiers, commanded by Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer, began shooting at an unarmed gathering of men, women, and children without warning. Dyer marched his fifty riflemen to a raised bank and ordered them to kneel and fire.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama is a permanent visual documentation of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and it has been conceptualized and set up by National Council of Science Museums, an autonomous organization of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The sprawling 4.5 acres of land in the historic Rambagh Heritage Garden at the heart of the holy city of Amritsar has been made available for developing the panorama by the Government of Punjab, whereas the entire cost of setting up of the panorama has been borne by the Government of India.

The Wagha Border

It's a very happy moment to see the evening scene of both the countries on the international border, called as wagha border, where the national flags gets lowered down with a systematic parade and salutes with national songs. Wagah is the border that lies on the Grand Trunk Road between the cities of Amritsar in Punjab, India and Lahore in Punjab, Pakistan. It is the only road border which crosses between India and Pakistan. The border is at a distance of 20 kms from Amritsar and 22 kms from Lahore.

Ram Tirath Temple

Sri Ram Tirath Temple dates back to the period of Ramayana and is considered as the place for the ashram of sage Valmiki. As per the mythological beliefs, sage Valmiki gave shelter to Goddess Sita, wife of Lord Rama, in this ashram. Goddess Sita gave birth to the twins Lav and Kush in this ashram only. It is also believed that the flight between Lord Rama’s army and Lav and Kush had taken place at Ram Tirath. Furthermore, it is also said the great epic Ramayana was composed here by sage Valmiki.

Durgiana Temple

Durgiana Mandir, an important religious pilgrimage of The Hindus is in the Northern India. It is situated in Holy Amritsar City of Punjab. It is a few yards away from Railway Station & about 1.5 km. from the Bus Stand. This city of Amritsar is pious, as it was visited by Lord Rama, Maryada Parshotam at the time of Ashavmegh Yagh. Lov & Kush spent their childhood alongwith their mother Mata Sita at the Ashram of Maharishi Balmiki at Ram Tirath King Ishvaku Grandson of Surya Devta performed a number of Yagyas on this land.

Gobindgarh Fort

Previously known as Bhangian Da Kila (Bhangis was one of the 12 Sikh misles), the historic Gobindgarh Fort is located in the South-West of Amritsar in Punjab. Built in 1760, the fort occupied a unique place in Indian military history. It has been a mute witness to many historic events. It is said that British Army General O Dyer (the perpetrator of the major massacre in Jallianwala Bagh in 1919) constructed an execution house in front of his office cum residence for to get a sadistic pleasure in watching execution of prisoners. After Partition of India - Pakistan, the fort was used to provide temporary shelter to a large number of refugees from Pakistan.