Hotel Heritage Inn Amritsar
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... but died along with hundreds of others, many with bullets in their backs. They do not know how many died in total as figures appear to have been covered up. We could not believe the General's letter to the British government at the time justifying his actions.
It was a very sombre place.
On a lighter note, the border ceremony at Waga (Indian and Pakistan border) is quite a sight to see, lots of feet stomping, very high kicks (boy ...
... Mul Chand Chauna who along
with the Brahmin priests insisted on a traditional Hindu marriage while Guru
Nanak wanted a simple marriage. Guru Nanak was sitting beside a crooked mud
wall (kandh) discussing the marriage plans with the Brahmin clergy. It was
planned to push the wall on top of the Guru but Guru Nanak was warned of the
plan by an old woman. Guru Nanak just smiled and ...
... something quick and like typical westerners we headed for McDonald's! I can imagine what your thinking when reading this (ha ha).
After full bellies we headed for the Golden temple which was hidden in the middle of Amritsar. Entry was free which was a bonus. Being bare foot was a must and our heads had to be covered. We walked through some holy water and up the stairs , where we ...
... eventually assaainated by a disgruntled Indian!
Later in the evening we took a peek at the Golden Temple. The Temple is amazing, set out in a large pond , it seems to float on the water. In the evening it is lit up and the reflection in the water doubles the beauty! It's hard to describe, but it is easy to see that this is the most sacred site for the Sikhs. There are thousands that come here every day of the year, more apparently on holy days! We ...
... One of the men involved hauled off and whacked him on the back of his head. There ensued a whole lot of yelling and screaming. We continued on our way, and then had a close call as the driver cut through about six lanes of car, bus and motorcycle traffic to get to the parking lot. It was pretty exciting, but just another day if you live here. We made it though, and were happy to get back on our nice bus for the ride back.
All in all, a really fine ...