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... incredible collection of volunteers though had to be the dishwashers, our guide told us that there were almost 500 dishwashers who worked together to hand wash every single plate and piece of cutlery five times to insure that everything was totally hygienic and safe for all of the people to eat off of. This sounds like an incredible amount of people working to run this kitchen and it is, but it has to be this way because each and every day this kitchen feeds ...
... to get into the main part of the golden temple. Some hurried messages and some un-helpful advice from the Chinese of just cut through it with some bolt cutters, led to the key holder retuning 30 mins later and the room being opened for business again.
After a little while double checking that the room would still be unlocked on my return I then headed out to go and see the golden temple at night. As we were walking over to the cloakroom to drop our shoes off I spotted Marcel ...
... wall will
not fall for centuries. The will of God shall prevail." The wall is
still preserved within the Gurdwara and a celebration is held here every year
on the anniversary of Guru Nanak's marriage.Kali Dwara Mandir
Another very famous and
most-visited devotional place here is the temple dedicated to Goddess Kali.
It’s situated in the heart of city and maximum rush
... rule was given by Tootie-e-Hind, Shah
Samadh of Shravan:
About 6 Kilometres from Ajnala near Jastarwal (earlier known as
Dashrathwal) is located one of the oldest heritage spots in Amritsar. It
belongs to the Ramayana period a legend has it that Shravan lies buried here
after the fell from the arrow of King Dashrath, the Lord of Ayodhya.
Khoo Kalyanwala :
The city has played a stellar role in ...
... with the meal. The waiter also frequently checked in!
Monday, May 5th
Very early start as we had to catch a 5 am train to Delhi, the final stop on our Indian tour – back to where we started our Indian tour. The train was very different to our Hampi-Goa train. We were on an express Amritsar-Delhi train so caught the train from its origin. Unlike the sleeper compartments we had previously experienced, the train was of typical design with rows of ...