Hotel Heritage Inn Amritsar
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... lowering of the two countries flags. One amazing thing that happened while we were in Amritsar, & it happened every day we were there, was people kept coming up & wanting their photo taken with us. The odd one would try & do it on the sly by getting really close & leaning towards you while taking a selfie but the majority would just come up & ask. It tended to be the young adolescent males but we also had families. A few didn't even have ...
... Amritsar streets. We were joined by Sergay, a Russian guy who was talking about staying in the Niwas. The Niwas are essentially free accommodation in the shape of a hard bed or, if you were less lucky, a harder floor, inside the Golden Temple complex. In keeping with Sikhism's tenant of equality and inclusiveness, the Niwas were open to all, regardless of nationality or faith. This seemed like a pretty cool idea so all three of us headed straight off towards the holiest ...
... a chapatti to be added to the towering pile next to the hotplates.
I wasn't finished yet though, past the army of washers with their hose pipes and trough sinks and the guys sat peeling a mountain of potatoes and garlic was the biggest vat of chai I've ever seen. Handed another bowl and ushered towards this tank my bowl was filled with hot delicious chai from a pipe with one of the big red value handles on it making it look even more like a tanker. It was good chai, but had ...
... symbolising that people from all walks of life are welcome. You also have to walk downstairs to enter the temple complex, which is to remind you to leave behind all prejudices and egos behind.
Before coming to Amritsar we knew very little of Sikhism, however we have a developed a real respect for this religion and what it teaches. It is a faith where people from all walks of life are welcomed. The Sikh religion came about because the founder of the religion ...
... 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 ...