Hotel Swarn House

Address: 36, Ajit Nagar, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 36, Ajit Nagar, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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      Travel Blogs from Amritsar

      Amritsar in a day.

      A travel blog entry by lyndajohn on Aug 26, 2014

      17 photos

      ... belt that would allow us to catch a brief glimpse of the Guru Granth Sahib (which we had already sen in Delhi) and took us instead into the vast kitchens which served the langa (place where everyone eats for free) John had a stir of the huge vat of Dahl to do his bit as a volunteer and we watched a 7 year old girl make chapatis like she had been doing it for the last 100 years. Everyone had a job and they were all volunteers; there because they wanted to ...

      Earth-shaking additions to the tour!

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Aug 21, 2014

      24 photos

      ... new added to our program, and we are thrilled to be able to experience this extravagant show of bravado and testosterone. Guards on each side of the border stomp and strut and flex their muscles while crowds on either side shout nationalistic slogans for their own country. It all ends with bugles and a lowering of the flags, handshakes between the guards, and people on two sides of the border being able to file along and look ...

      Amritsar and The Golden Temple

      A travel blog entry by michaelandre on Aug 21, 2014

      39 photos

      ... in the ambience of 1600 kg’s of gold that was used to create the temple as it glowed in the light.

      Drive and Border Fun: As we left Dharmasala on our way to Amritsar, the tea plantations of the green foothills of Himachal Pradesh gave way as the plains of Punjab, the breadbasket of India, opened before us. Partition of the area (into India and Pakistan) by the British in the 1940's resulted in a massive bidirectional ...

      Delhi Heat, Being a Student & Paki Visa Battle

      A travel blog entry by foegoer on Aug 08, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... I was welcomed grandly by my friend Charles who showed up with good food and drinks. What a lovely surprise. Niru, another Indian friend, kept me, Elodie and Matteo sane in moments of overheating, by letting us park/camp at here farm house. We even bought a plastic swimming pool to keep our heads cool. Each their own dramas, but at times the visa frustration got the better of us. So this felt like a lovely blissful moment coming at the[right time. Delhi ...

      At the spiritual centre of Sikhism.

      A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 07, 2014

      ... to go. A car will pick us up soon after midday, we will visit a couple of interesting temples en route, and the driver will bring us back when all the fun and games are over.
      We spend the morning wandering the streets, and the warmth of the Punjabi people is confirmed. They live in pretty squalid (more squalid than pretty) conditions, but are just so nice. We thought we couldn't get lost because the temple is so big we should be able to see it from anywhere. Trouble is ...