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... neatly tended and only when you approached the towns did you see the squalor and rubbish around the tracks.As we arrived at the hotel an Indian wedding party arrived just before us. the bride was radiant. In the evening our guide took us to the golden temple where we were able get up right close to the holy book and watch the holy men going through their ritual chanting and praying.musicians are ...
... to wet my feet before entering the Golden temple. Everything here was white marble but I knew inside there would be a temple made in gold standing in front of me. [Note::Before you get in you have to cover your head with a cloth.If you don't have your own,no worries,they provide you with an orange head veil.] Many believers come here and volunteer to dedicate their service to the temple and participate in odd chores like sweeping the temple floor,polishing shoes ...
Every Sikh throughout the world would like to make a pilgrimage to this place at least once. They contribute 10% of their income to the Golden Temple and it is used to do good deeds. Currently they are doing a lot to support the flood victims of Jammu and Kashmir but that is only a fraction of what they do. Another minor task that is completed by volunteers is to run the biggest kitchen in the world to provide a meal to anyone who comes for ...
Our arrival here was nothing to write home about. It took about 4 hours by coach from Chandigarh which as we have already said must be the cleanest city in the whole of India. Amritsar must be one of the dirtiest and it was a shock to our system a little bit. It is a very old city and the central part of it really needs knocking down!
Anyway there are 3 reasons for coming here
1) the very famous Golden Temple for Sikhs
2) the even more famous ...
... li>As for the traffic, there are few places in India - even the world - that can beat Amritsar: we're hurtling down a dual carriageway, the driver sees traffic stopped ahead. So he does a U-turn and hurtles back the other way into the oncoming traffic to try and get through before they realise what is happening.... It's the truth, I swear.