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Things To Explore In Amristar Along With The Great Golden Temple

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Amritsar is the spiritual city of Punjab and one of the best places for any tourist. The city is vibrant with colours, people and mouthwatering food and flavours. People not only from other parts of India but from different countries love to visit Amristar for its diversity. Amristar was founded way back in the 16th century and the name Amristar means Amrit Sarovar. There is a historic and mythological connection to the place which makes it even more interesting to visit.

However, there are some basic things you need to keep in mind while visiting Amristar. Read more to know more here at India Imagine.

Visit the Golden Temple

Golden Temple is the most sacred pilgrimage destination for people all over the world. People of any religious caste and creed come here throughout the year to seek spiritual solace and peacefulness. The place is so very popular that people from any part of the world can reach the destination without any hurdle. No matter who you are, a spiritual seeker, or the tourists in admiration of the beauty of the temple, you need to follow some rules and regulations to enter the holy place.

  • Even though there is no particular dress code to enter the Golden Temple, but one must cover their head with a scarf or handkerchief irrespective of gender and age.
  • Avoid wearing sleeveless dresses and shorts above the knee.
  • Keep your accessories minimal and remove shoes outside the entrance.
  • No photography is allowed inside the main shrine, you can however click some pictures at the outer Parikrama.

Tourists stay at Golden Temple for 2 to 3 hours and it is more than enough to enjoy the serenity of the place. Follow the basic rules and take back home once a lifetime experience.

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Visit Jallianwala Bagh

The year 1919, on the day of Vaishaki thousands, were wounded and killed by the British army at the Jallianwala Bagh. Now a major tourist destination, people gather here to remember the lost lives in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.

The memorial tablet is placed at the entrance. The premises has a peaceful silence that reminisces every person the great loss once occurred here. Keep calm and respect the serenity of the place.

Visit Waga Border

Wagah Border
Wagah Border / IOmage credit: yatra.com

People come here across the country to visit the border that separates India and Pakistan. The best time to visit the place will be during the Waga border ceremony held every day in the evening. Both sides of the soldier meet at the border and display 30 minutes of showmanship and military camaraderie.

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Visit Akal Takht

Akal Takht
Akal Takht / Image credit: britannica.com

Within the premises of The Golden temple, the great Akal Takth is located. The locals look up to Akal Takht with high regard and tourists need to maintain that dignity while visiting the holy shrine.

Visit Sadda Pind

Sadda Pind is the top tourist destination of Amritsar and one of the must-visit places to get the essence of the land. It is a Museum that is spread within 12 acres of land. Once you enter the place you experience the real Punjab, it’s colour, and flavour. Sada Pind has located hardly 7 km from the Golden Temple.

Sadda Pind
Sadda Pind / Image credit: evenzhub.com

The tourists can learn more about Punjab through the colourful power-packed cultural performances, folklore, and artistic skills through the best handicraft products. Food and flavours are part and parcel when you visit Sada Pind, tiny mud houses, coir coats and savouring hot food from the land of Punjab is a dream of every traveler. So, do make a compulsory visit to Sada Pind.

Food and Flavours of Amritsar

Amritsari Kulcha
Amritsari Kulcha / Image credit: wearegurgaon.com

Punjabi cuisine is a weakness among the foodies and non-foodies alike. A trip to Amristar opens door to the most wonderful flavours you could ever imagine. The Chola Batura and Kulcha are famous traditional homely food. While the streets of Amritsar are filled with mouthwatering mutton dishes and fish fries. Try tasting the authentic Amritsar Sarsoon ki saag and Makke ki roti.

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The people of Amritsar are fun-loving, enthusiastic people who welcome their tourists warm-heartedly. They love their Bhangra, vibrant clothes, and food. Lassi is part and parcel of their daily drinks. You will live to the fullest when you are in their land. Similarly, they are too sensitive towards their Pind, hence be a good tourist and take care of the dignity of the place to enjoy a beautiful vacation with your family or friends.

Bon Voyage!

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