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 ...
also Bara Dari is a building or pavilion with 12 doors designed to allow free
flow of air. building was surrounded
with water, built by Maharaja Sher Singh, son of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in
Batala city. (CE 1780-1839). Jal Mahal (Baradari) and the palace of Maharaja
Sher Singh were connected through a tunnel. According to some senior citizens
... effect a football stadium with half in the Pakistan side and half in India to watch the closing of the border gates and flag lowering ceremony. By the time we had walked from the car, through the passport control and yet more anal probing to the arena the party was in full swing, young women were dancing in the centre for a good 20 minutes to load music then suddenly the music stops and these border guards marched into view, two young well fit female ...
... not to return again. Yet several reasons pull me towards the West. I did consider a job offer and had other universe signs that seemed to indicate to stay, but knew West is where I really want to go at this moment. I say goodbye to India where I said hello 4,5 years ago: in Amritsar, at MsBhandari Guesthouse and of course the Golden Temple, a spiritual and beautiful place that definitely is worth a visit!
Now that is it clear that I can travel ...
... marble walkway. This lasted for 15 or 20 minutes before the guards started letting more people into the palace and we inched closer to the golden doors. Upon entering the temple, the source of the booming voice was recognizable. A group of men sat around a coffin-shape with blankets and flowers tossed upon it. There were a variety of instruments strewn about, but none were in use. A single man continued the sermon while the others bowed their heads. ...