Hotel Sanjog International

51, Court Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 51, Court Road, Amritsar.
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Travel Blogs from Amritsar

On a train through India (well, Amritsar!)

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 28, 2014

61 photos

... walkway the opposite side that had a huge queue on it to go inside the temple. We spent some time getting some decent photos before all the locals wanted their photos with us all – we felt like celebrities (at one point Sarah even had a baby thrust into her arms as she was made to pose for the cameras). We then started to walk the long way round to the bridge going around the pool. The pool is called the Amrit Sarovar which means Holy water or immortal nectar. It is ...

Hide and Sikh at the Golden Temple

A travel blog entry by hanush on Mar 31, 2014

17 photos

... this event, but as one older man said to me, pointing out some of the bulletholes and tank track-marks in the marble "The reminders are everywhere. We don't forget".

I returned to the temple at dawn the next day. It was very peaceful, sitting quietly in a corner and watching the sky light up, as pilgrims took a morning holy dip in the pool. I've been in the presence of some serious religion on this trip, and this sense of peace and oneness in the temples and mosques ...

The Golden Temple By Day

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Jan 29, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... katchori, is given to worshipers and anyone else who wants one. This means that on an average day they feed 50,000 people going up to 100,000 at weekends. To do this they have food preparation going on at an industrial scale, but much if the labour is provided by worshipers who want to donate their efforts or by the poor who wish to offer something in return. We passed rows of people sitting together on the floor preparing ...

Delhi belly is not the only worry in Delhi

A travel blog entry by jamesnange on Oct 05, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

... didn't have a clue if it was religious or just an actual fun house. The next stop of the tour was the Wagah border closing ceremony, this is at one of the border crossings between India and Pakistan, an every day occurrence, where thousands of Indians and Pakistanis turn out on their side of the border and cheer on their border guards in some of the daftest marching and prancing around ever seen. It was an amazing atmosphere as the Indian crowd were ...

"A Love Marriage Sir.....?"

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jul 02, 2012

14 photos

... of people were queued up outside the entry gates - we were told by our large footed soldier earlier that around 6,000 people attend the ceremony each day. It was suffocating being pushed and shoved in such an enormous crowd. Fortunately for me the queues were divided into males and females. There were far fewer females and I felt sorry for Alan whose head I could only just see in the distance. "Just keep moving forward. Don't let anyone push in front of ...