Amritsar

Incredibly close to the India Pakistan border and one of the most blessed Sikh religious cities in India.

The most blessed Sikh religious city in India historically known as Ramdaspur. Incredibly close to Indian western Border with Pakistan. The town provides air connectivity to Major Indian & international cities as Birmingham, Toronto, Dubai, Singapore, Tashkent, Ashgabat and London etc from the Guru Ramdas International Airport (Raja Sansi International Airport).

Visitor Magnetism

Golden Temple

The Golden temple known as "Sri Harmandir Sahib" built in 1574. The Golden Temple is idol of Amritsar; sophisticated by its divine purity, in spite of its modern attitude. The city still conserves and originates an essential and heartening exceptionality. Temple having four entrances, symptomatic of the consequence of recognition and honesty, much of the Golden Temple presents decorative gilding and marble work dates from the early 19th century.

Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh a collective backyard in Amritsar and memorial of nonviolent Indian protestor including unarmed women and children's killed by Brigadier General R.E.H. Dyer British Army on April 13, 1919 in Jallianwalla bagh Massacre. Still Bullet sign can be easily seen on the walls. At 1951 it's established as houses a memorial of national importance, by the Government of India.

Wagah Border

It's defining as Indo-Pak border and deception on the Grand Trunk Road between two countries, India & Pakistan. At sun sets, border iron gates were opened and 'lowering of the flags' ceremony starts with loud parade by soldiers from both sides and ends up in perfectly coordinated lowering of two nations' flags and rough handshake between soldiers from either side, followed by closing of the gates again. It is called beating retreat border ceremony.