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Holiday Destination: Amritsar

Amritsar city known as the Sikh Pilgrimage derives its name from the lake inside the Golden Temple. Amrit means nectar and Sar means Lake, this is how Amritsar got its name. The city houses several holy places in and around the vicinity. There are many tourist attractions in Amritsar. These tourist attractions attract a lot of people. Lots of people visit Amritsar tourist attractions as tourists. Amritsar is situated in the Punjab state in the northwestern part which is located at a distance of the 51 km from the Lahore, this city is world wide popular for its unfortunate tragedy of the Jallian wala Bagh and the famous Golden Temple.


Temperature (deg C): Summer- Max. 34, Min. 15; Winter- Max. 18, Min. 0.

Tourist Season

October to March


There are numerous respectable accommodations available here with world class facilities and services. Hotels are available in wide range, varying between luxury to budget and cater to every tourist's interest. There are accommodation for luxury seekers as well as for budget travelers.

General Information Of Amritsar

Temperature (deg C): Summer- Max. 34, Min. 15; Winter- Max. 18, Min. 0. Rainfall : 59.2 cms. Clothing : Cotton in summer and Woollen in Winter. STD Code : 0183.

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Amritsar


Golden Temple

Golden Temple is known world-wide and people visit the Temple with extreme devotion. The Temple also called Sri Harmandir Sahib was laid by Sri Guru Das in the 14th century, t is surrounded by a large Sarovar (manmade lake), known as the Amrit Sar (Lake of Holy Water or Immoral Nectar). There are four entrances to the Temple on all the four sides, signifying the importance of acceptance and openness.



Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh has a special importance attached with India’s struggle for independence. It is the site of an infamous massacre that took place on 13th April (auspicious day of Baisakhi), 1919. Hundreds of unarmed demonstrators were gunned down in this enclosed garden due to an order passed by General Reginald Dyer. A memorial stands at the east end of the garden for those who have sacrificed their lives for the service of the nation.


Durgiana Temple

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga and is a centre of pilgrimage for devout Hindus. Other attractions of the city are Baba Atal Rai Tower, Ram Bagh garden, Fatehabad Mosque, Tarn Taran, Harike Wetland Wildlife Sanctuary, Wagha Border.

Gobindwal Sahib

located 30 kms from Amritsar, the Gobindwal Sahib houses the moseleum of Guru Angad Devji.

Gurdwara Guru Ke Mahal

Shri Guru Ramdas (founder of Amritsar). The birth anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur is the main festival celebrated here.



By Road

Buses also ply regularly between the two cities.



Nearest Airport

Amritsar is connected by air with Delhi and Srinagar.



By Rail

Amritsar is connected by rail with Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Varanasi, Wagah (Attari Border) and some other places in India. .

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