Hotel P.R Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... top of the holy lake that surrounds it.
True to its name, the Golden Temple is in fact covered in over 750 kilograms of pure gold and it is an amazing sight to see, especially on a nice sunny day like the one that we had when visiting. As we expected the place was very busy but with the exception of the line to go inside the temple itself to pray, the rest of the complex was not very crowded, there were just a lot of people all around. The water ...
... front of an amassing crowd, and receiving cheers from either side of the boarder depending on which country they were retuning to.
The Indian side had an impromptu disco for the girls in the crowd once the last civilian had crossed, to get the crowed to the right level of fervour, the Pakistanis had a one legged man spinning around waving a flag. Both, surprisingly proved equally effective, and when the first enormous and piercing "Haaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwoooouh" came thundering ...
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
... br> to “Pul Moran” as the word kanjari is taken as a abuse in
Punjabi Language. At the same time Ms. Sandhu cited that word Kanjari is a
mutation of Persian word Kanchani (means dipped in gold and fully blossomed).
She cited that it was the quality and behaviour of Moran that brought her
nearer to a king. Maharaja Ranjit Singh was summoned and proclaimed guilty by
The Jathedar of “Sri Akal Takhat Sahib” Akali Phoola Singh for ...
... up each side with football like chants of Pak-istan and Hindu-stan. We could see that the Pakistan side had lots of flag wavers but smaller numbers than the less flag-waving Indian side. Everyone was getting quite animated by the atmosphere including the small bank of foreign visitors. After the disco and football singing section we were treated to Indian soldiers marching down a narrow runways between the stands. The first two guys with semi-automatic rifles looked more ...