Amritsar India (Sri Harimandir Sahib Amritsar) is not only a central religious place of the Sikhs, but also a symbol of human brotherhood and equality. Everybody, irrespective of cast, creed or race can seek spiritual solace and religious fulfilment without any hindrance. It also represents the distinct identity, glory and heritage of the Sikhs.
Famous for its daily flag-lowering ceremony, this border showcases the camaraderie and rivalry between the two nations. The Beating Retreat ceremony, performed by Indian and Pakistani soldiers, attracts numerous visitors from both countries.
In Amritsar is a place which is worth visiting if you are in Amritsar. This place reminds you of the atrocities we Indians faced during the British Rule. A memoir for the generations to mourn the state of affairs at that time. It has many small galleries explaining the horrific incident which occurred during British rule. The place is well maintained and there is a light show every day in the evening around 6pm.
Lala Lajpat Rai, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Padmini Kolhapuri, Yash Chopra and Rajesh Khanna are said to have eaten here. It is a small dhaba, in a narrow lane in Chowk Passian near Town Hall. Its signature dish is dal makhani (dal with butter). They are also known for phirni served in earthen bowls
The very symbol of Punjab. A character of the times when Punjab was forged. Spread across a grand 43 acres, right in the heart of Amritsar city, this magnificent heritage site has a glorious history of its own. It spans 263 years, right from the era of the Bhangi Misl to Maharaja Ranjit Singh to the British East India Company to the Indian Army. Now finally, it opens its gates to the people of Punjab.