Monuments in Amritsar

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  • Jallianwala Bagh

    Jallianwala Bagh

    Jallianwala Bagh is a public garden in Amritsar famous for one of the most tragic yet landmark events in the history of India. This is where the Amritsar Massacre of 1919 took place.

    The British Army soldiers upon receiving orders from General Dyer opened fire on a huge, ...

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  • Chand Baori

    Chand Baori

    Chand Baori is perhaps one of the most famous attractions in Amritsar. It is a spectacular step-well that also boasts of being one of the deepest and largest step wells in India. The well was constructed around 800 A.D. The well has 3500 narrow steps that tale you 13 stories ...

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  • Gurdwara Bibeksar Sahib

    Gurdwara Bibeksar Sahib

    The sacred Gurdwara Bibeksar Sahib marks the place where Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji used to tie his horse to the Kareer tree. The gurdwara is situated on the banks of Bibeksar Sarovar which was dug by Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji himself. The gurdwara was constructed by the famous ...

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  • Khalsa College

    Khalsa College

    Spread across 300 acres of land, the historical Khalsa College was founded in 1892 by the leaders of the Singh Sabha Movement. Khalsa College is not only known for its history and scholars but also for the architectural grandeur that the building boasts of. The architecture of the Khalsa College ...

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  • ISKCON Amritsar Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda Temple

    ISKCON Amritsar Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda Temple

    At a walking distance form the world famous Golden Temple, the ISKCON Amritsar Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda Temple is one of the prime attractions of Amritsar. The temple was founded by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). The temple houses the idols of many Hindu gods and goddesses with ...

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  • Gurudwara Ramsar Sahib

    Gurudwara Ramsar Sahib

    Elegantly standing alongside the Ramsar sarovar, the Gurudwara Ramsar Sahib is located near the Chativind Gate. Guru Arjun Dev, the fifth Sikh Guru, chose the site of Gurudwara Ramsar Sahib as the spot where Guru Granth Sahib would take form. Naturally, this gurudwara is of special significance to the ...

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  • Akal Takht

    Akal Takht

    Akal Takht serves as one of the five seats of Sikh religious authority. Akal which means the ‘Timeless One’ while Takht means ‘the throne’. Translated, Akal Takht means the ‘Throne of the Immortal’. It is also the central altar for the Sikh political assembly. Shri Guru Hargobind Singh laid the ...

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  • Serai Amanat Khan

    Serai Amanat Khan

    Sarai Aamanat Khan is one of the several caravan sarais (resting places) built by the Mughals on the Grand Trunk Road. The purpose of the sarais was to make the otherwise long and difficult journey between Lahore and Agra an easier one.

    Sarai Amanat Khan was ...

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  • Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Statue

    Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Statue

    Maharaja Ranjot Singh’s glorious statue adorns the lush green Rambagh Garden. The statue shows Maharaja Ranjit Singh saddled on his horse proudly looking towards the horizon. The statue is a symbol of the Sikh power during the 18th century. ...

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  • Khair ud Din Masjid

    Khair ud Din Masjid

    The beautiful Khair ud Din Masjid was built in 1876 by Muhammad Khairuddin. The mosque holds great importance in India’s freedom struggle. It was from this mosque that Tootie-e-Hind, Shah Attaullah Bukhari, called upon the people to wage war against the British rulers. Apart from the historical and religious importance ...

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