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We arrived in Amritsar on 6th August, we traveled by train from Delhi which took 6 hours. The train journey was not as bad as I had anticipated, The train was full,we were seated in the air conditioned section which meant we weren't sweating the whole way up. The train journey was extremely civilised, we were even provided with snacks and chai all …
... nights sleep). I was happy the hotel was less than a five minute walk away... *phew* What I have learnt about trains in India in the last 24 hours: - Don't be 5 hours early for a train, it's not worth it (although we actually couldn't do anything about that...) - Always walk into the first class waiting room, even if you don't have a first class ticket and wait for them to come to you to check it. Then let them allow you to sit there anyway, (I'm assuming we had the ...
... contempt for the others. It is almost like watching roosters walk. The crowd cheers: “Jai Hindustan ” and Pakistan cheers “Pakistan Zindabad!” We, seated in the Indian VIP section were right beside the gate where we could see our Pakistani VIP counterparts. All of us behaved well with our British manners while the huge crowds behind us screamed their hearts out. On the Pakistan side, it seemed that men and women were ...
... only thing that seemed sensible - turn tail and head back for the blissful confines of the Golden Temple. Our detour to Wagah had already cost us the evening light, so we were resigned to photographing the resplendence of the Harmandir Sahib in the dark of the night, lit up by the stars and the lights that the temple is bedecked in at night.
While our plan was to set up our cameras and get a few good long exposures before heading out ...
... one god and follow teachings of Guru Nanak (in the 15th century) and ten successor Gurus.
2% of India's population is Sikh. Turbans and beards all Sikh men wear make them stand out from the crowd and you would guess their numbers are higher. Punjab has 14.5 million Sikhs. They make of 10% of India’s military.
GOLDEN TEMPLE OF AMRITSAR
At 8:30 PM we found ourselves at the gate to the Golden Temple, This ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Grace Amritsar
Basic room, did what it said on the tin, lacked proper air conditioning, but very reasonably priced !
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