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Hey, harmandir saheb jallianwalla bagh wagah border akal takhat tarn taran
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Waga border.
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Golden temple and Wagah border are must visit places in Amritsar
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Apart from Golden temple and waga border one can also visit to Gobindgarh fort.It is a historic fort having attractions like museum,Haat bazar,Food court and live performances all of the above shows the authentic Punjabi culture.
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Things to do in Amritsar Golden temple Wagah border Harmandir Sahib Jallianwala Bagh Akal Takht Durgiana Temple Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum Harike Wetland Sunflower fields
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Amritsar is a small but beautiful city. There are three best things that are a must see. They are: Jallianwala Bagh: It takes us back to the that time in history, when such a gruesome act was committed. Unarmed women and children were massacred by the British forces. It takes us back to the time where the people of India laid down their lives for the freedom struggle. It is something that we should not forget as Indians. Golden Temple: The Harmandir Sahib also known as Darbar Sahib or Sri Harmandir Sahib ("Abode of God"), "Exalted Holy Court"), is a Golden Gurdwara Sahib of sikhs located in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India.It is the holiest Gurdwara and the most important pilgrimage site of Sikhism.It is usually called the Golden Temple in English. A little history to this as well. In the early 1980s, the temple became a center of conflict between the Indian government led by Indira Gandhi, some Sikh groups and a militant movement led by Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale seeking to create a new nation named Khalistan. In 1984, Gandhi sent in the Indian Army as part of Operation Blue Star, leading to deaths of over 1,000 militants, soldiers and civilians, as well as causing much damage to the Gurudawara and the destruction of Akal Takht. The Gurudawara complex was rebuilt again after the 1984 damage. Wagah Border: Famous for the Wagah border ceremony. It is a sight to see. Do not miss it. Hope you have a great time at Amritsar.
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Thanks buddy for detailed info and knowledge about these places.
There is nothing much other than Golden Temple ( In day time and also Night) and Waga Border (6pm -7pm)
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You can go everywhere in amritsar in 2 days...golden temple, jaliawalabagh, wagah border
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Golden temple Wagha border jaliawan Bagh must visit
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Gloden temple and wagah border is must. If you get time then explore country side also. The beautiful farmlands and the food make it worth visit
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Golden temple,some of street foods
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Do one day tour to all the gurudwara , there is a bus facilty from golden temple at around 6 am in the morning. Waga border is must go place.
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Golden Temple, Jalianwala Bagh, Wagah Border, Durgiana Temple, Heritage Walk.
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In one it's good to choose golden temple and wagah boarder. if you have still left with enough time you can also visit jaliya wala bagah and roam around the streets of the city and enjoy some local food. thanks.
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In 2 days you can cover the following 2 places 1) Golden temple 2) Wagah border
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Wagah border, Atari... morning and night view of golden temple... jallianwala baug
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Wagah border golden temple shudh dhaba & bhravan da dhaba (for the food) jallianwala bagh
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Golden temple jaliya wala baug wagha border
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Golden temple
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Only one can u suggest any more , i want to visit at least 3-4 places in 2 days
Golden Temple & Waga Border
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These 2 are most common , can u suggest any more places as i have these 2 already in my bucket list.