Hotel Heritage Inn Amritsar
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... at the extremely popular temple, we made our way through the hustle and bustle of the city.
Unlike many other temples, churches and mosques that we have visited, as we approached the compound for the Golden Temple we were fairly shocked at the simple and understated nature of the building. Our guide must have recognized the looks on our faces and he quickly jumped in to tell us that in fact the white buildings that form the outer walls of the compound ...
... that I'd left my passport in the dorm room. I hoped the photocopy of it in my wallet would work. By god did I need it. Thus far on my trip I have been through 7 airports on 5 flights and I have not had my passport checked as many times as it was in the proceeding 20 mins. There were 6 passport controls, 4 body scan machines, 3 pat downs and some serious artillery strapped to the border guards. None of whom seemed to enjoy my photocopied passport, but my little playmobil toy ...
... the side..finger-licking delicious!
Around 3pm we drove to Wagah Border in Atari Village, about a half hour drive from Amritsar, to watch The Beating Retreat, or Lowering of the Flags ceremony. Watching the ceremony, and being able to see Pakistan just a few steps away was definitely an experience.
Stopped by at a charming rustic restaurant called Sarhad just a few minutes away from the border on our way back for masala chai :)
... Kalan. Pul Moran (Pul Kanjari)stands to testify the stay of Maharaja Ranjit Singh during his visits to Amritsar. After crossing Atari
from Amritsar side, nearly 500 yards ahead, there is a road on the right,
leading to village Attalgarh. After Attalgarh, "village Mode" the road
ends at Pul Moran.
a dancer hailing from nearby village Makhanpura used to perform in the Royal
Court ofMaharaja Ranjit Singh. On way she has to cross a ...
... is then carefully lowered and the gates slammed shut. This takes place at 1700 each day and lasts half an hour. Both countries have a grandstand area where tourists and locals can watch the proceedings. This has been taking place daily since 1966 but only became well known in the ...