An interesting city dabbed completely in history and society, Amritsar is home to some of world’s most captivating destinations like the Golden Temple and the Jallianwala Bagh. So go on, visit Ambarsar (Punjabi dialect), and return captivated. From flavorful, generous dinners at Bharawan Da Dhaba to looking for lovely conventional Indian wear with Phulkari outlines; food and shopping are essentials to any visit to Amritsar. Amritsar is a rich city; rich in society, history and everything else to charm sightseers from over the globe.


If you are new to Amritsar, and are desperately looking forward to dive into a rich Punjabi culture, then without visiting the following attractions, your trip will be deemed incomplete. You can’t afford to miss even a bit of this, right?

Wagah Border

wagah border


From the railway station of Amritsar to Wagah Border distance is barely 30 km. True patriot or not, this place should once be visited by each and every Indian, to witness how our heroes at the border between India and Pakistan are diligently and dutifully standing there to protect us. The service of Beating Retreat and Change of Guard make this spot profoundly esteemed. The warriors of both the nations show their genuine excitement for own nation and the nationalistic feel achieves its crest among the viewers present there toward the evening. This function includes presentation of serious energetic feel of the armed forces for their separate states and individuals collect here consistently to witness this energizing movement on either side of the border.


Jallianwala Bagh

jallianwala bagh

Jallianwala Bagh is an open garden in Amritsar, well known for a standout amongst the most appalling yet milestone events ever. This is the place where the Amritsar Massacre of 1919 occurred. The British Army officers after accepting orders from General Dyer opened fire on a gigantic, unarmed assembling of men, ladies and kids on April 13, 1919. There is a well inside Jallianwala Bagh into which numerous individuals including kids hopped to spare themselves from the firing. The garden additionally houses a memorial made to pay tribute to the slaughter casualties. The segment of the divider with shot imprints alongside the well is protected as a remembrance.

Akal Takht

akal takht

It is a Sikh sanctuary built in the very premises of the Golden Temple by Guru Hargobind Sahib as a position of equity and for determining fleeting issues. It is known to be the most astounding seat of natural power of Khalsa. The strict significance of Akal Takht is an honored position of the immortal one and it is a typical representation of the political power of the Sikhs.

The Golden Temple

The Harmandir Sahib, acclaimed on the planet as the Golden Temple, is Sikhism’s holiest holy place, went to by a great many pioneers and voyagers from all around the world. The temple’s architecture is wonderful past creative ability and the tranquil sarovar that encompasses the sanctuary, the blessed lake that is believed to have Amrit or heavenly water, adds to the brilliance of the temple complex. Harmandir Sahib likewise houses the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhism.

Kesar da Dhaba

kesar da dhaba

This extremely old dhaba gives you a chance to taste the most heavenly Punjabi foods dunked in Desi Ghee and rich in delicacy. You are encouraged to end your lunch or supper session with the mouth-watering phirni served here in earthen dishes. The eatery is situated in Chowk Passian, Shastri Market.

The best train to opt for going to Amritsar from Delhi is the Swarna Shatabdi. Otherwise you can also take a direct flight to Amritsar to save a lot of commuting time. So whether you get an Indian Railways booking or choose the air mode, one thing is for sure– Bliss! Have an incredible journey!