Amritsar is home and religious place important to Sikhs - The Golden Temple which is also called ‘Hari Mandir’. Amritsar city derived its name from the sacred pool of Golden
Sikh’s Fifth Guru Shri Arjan Dev ji himself designed a central place of amrit sarover for worship which is regarded as The Hari mandir sahib temple which is made of gold. This thing attract people to come here and devote her self for god.
This is a land where thousand of innocent civilians were killed by British army on 13th April 1919. This movement gave a new dimension to Indian Freedom Movement. This Place is now made a Garden to secrete at the spot to remember the martyrs.
A very Famous hindu Temple with sarover where thousands of devotees comes everyday for prayer.
This is border of India and Pakistan. The Ceremony by rangers from both India and Pakistan in Wagah is definitely a visitor’s delight generally. A Visit to Amritsar is incomplete without a visit to Wagah Border. The Ceremony is held in the morning and in the evening. To see ceremony civilian’s time is in evening.
Harike, or Hari-ke-Pattan, which is a road journey of about 42 km from Moga and the nearest rail head, is Amritsar (58 km). It is located on the banks of Wetland which can be viewed from the Gurdwara which is on the bank of Harike Lake. Harike is one of the biggest freshwater wetlands in Northern India.
The Raja Sansi International Airport at Amritsar, is located about 11km from the city centre. A lot of airlines operate flights from abroad, including Singapore as well as London, New York, Birmingham and Toronto. The Airport now handles as many as thirty-eight flights every week up from the occasional.