One of the largest city in Punjab situated in the northwest India, Amritsar is known as the holy city of Sikh Pilgrims.
The city was founded in the 16th Century by Guru Ram Das, Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. It was earlier known as Ambar Sarovar meaning a "Pool of Nector" amidst which stands the very famous Golden Temple. It is a very colourful and old city that holds rich heritage with eventful history, where the air of patriotism is felt everywhere.
The city is well connected by all modes of transport- Road, Trains and Flights as well. There are decent hotels where on can stay on - Queens Road, GT Road, even dormitories in Golden Temple. The best time to visit would be between October to March to experience a pleasant weather. So we planned our stay at RV Continental on Queens road.
After reaching and freshening up, we began sightseeing. On the 1st day we covered the Golden Temple, Jallianwala baug, nearby markets. Next day was saved for Shopping and Attari-Wagah border.