The second day began with the mesmerising breakfast of Amritsari kulcha at 'Pehelwan Kulche.' These kulchas are stuffed with desi ghee, and served along with chole and sliced onion dipped in chutni. I bet if you eat these kulchas, you will realise you have never ever eaten anything like this before, from the very first bite you'll be lost into it.
Thereafter I went to the Durgiana temple, which is the Hindu version of Golden temple and looks almost similar to it.
There Gobindgarh fort in Amritsar has recently become a point of interest for many(since it has opened to public in 2017). It offers some combo pass selection as the entry ticket. There are three combos 160/-, 290/- and 450/-. I took the 160/- combo which offered me entry to 3 live museums inside the fort, one 7D show and live view of Bhangra performance.
It took around 3 hours to cover the fort in every detail.
As the lassi hit my mind badly and I was craving for it, on my return journey from Fort I tried lassi from another very famous shop 'Gian di lassi', 40/- INR for a full glass and equally satisfying and tasty.
My evening was spent in the market which is nearby lassi shop.
For the dinner, there was something special on the day ie. I was about to have dinner at 'Kesar da dhaba', a very old Dhaba which has 2 famous items in their list one Dal fry and second Palak paneer. I tried the Dal fry which costed 100/-(this is a very special Dal which takes 12 hours of cooking on a low flame in Handi), a very yummy Dal indeed with some tandoori roti. For the sweet dish Firni was on the menu costing just 20/- and tasting like 200/- coated with silver sheet and made with rice flour.
Note- 1.) Pehelwan kulcha is at walking distance from Golden temple, near Mani Chowk.
2.) Giani Punjabi Lassi and Gian di lassi are shops adjacent to one another, people (including me) get confused because if you search on Google maps you'll only find Giani lassi there.