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... which enabled the British to put in prison any Indian suspected of sedition, without trial) took place in this small area, it is estimated that around 20,000 were there. General R.E.H Dyer took it upon himself to send his troops in to open fire, without warning on the crowd, a well which is in the area, has bullet holes in it from the troops firing at people diving into it to try and escape the bullets, the ones who made for the well did ...
... The tomb
stands on a raised platform surrounded by a low wall having bastions in the
corners. The tomb is an octagonal structure crowned with a low dome. The
spandrels of the arches have painted arabesque and geometrical designs. Hazira
is now a recreational park and tourist attraction.Gurdwara Kandh Sahib Guru Nanak was married here to
Bibi Sulakhani. He was engaged to the ...
... around midnight, fortunately for us we were allowed to check in. The room was clean and there was a bed with fresh sheets, that was me set for the night. We had already previously decided that we would only be spending two nights in Amritsar which meant we had to get everything done in this one day.
First stop was to find food, the lonely planet has many recommendations, but we were set ...
... were murdered in reprisal to the killing of protesters by the British. In comes British Brig-Gen Dyer, who enters the above Bagh, which has only one entrance and is enclosed on all sides by a high wall, and orders his troops to open fire on the 5000 peaceful protesters killing about 400 and wounding 1500 others. There is also a well where many jumped into to escape the slaughter. Dyre was both praised and admonished for his action back in England. I believe ...
... day or night. As well as food, anyone who needs it will be provided a room for up to 3 nights; though from what we've heard about the windowless cells, with just a blanket on a concrete floor, it wouldn't be most people's first choice.
The kitchens and the washing up areas are all open, and of course a hive of activity. There's nothing hidden.
We move on, and through a massive gateway to the heart of he complex. Awe inspiring it is. Like all Sikh temples (as far as I ...