Hotel Swarn House
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... 1900 there was an increasingly public push for independence, and the most popular form of expression at the time for these feelings were large non-violent protests and gatherings, mostly in public parks and squares. In 1919 the British Army got wind of one of these such gatherings and sent a detachment of troops to this particular meeting point at the Jallainwalla Bagh Garden. Following the orders of their General the British troops opened fire on the crowd ...
... I have the least amount of issues with, and for the most part think they've got a good way of thinking about things. They donate a large part of their wage or crops or whatever to donate to others around them, the temple has some 80,000 visitors a day and around 60 to 70,000 of them are fed in a huge dinning hall.
This was one of the most fascinating parts of the whole place. A constant and steady stream of people were entering this complex, and in the first genuinely patient ...
... boundary of Ram Bagh. Four Kookas were hanged from this
tree by the British Government in 1871.The Kookas were hanged from this tree by
the British Government in 1871 The Kookas were hanged because they had reacted
violently against the hawking of beef around the Golden Temple.
Chand Baori Overview
Baori is perhaps one of the most famous attractions in Amritsar. It is a
spectacular step-well that also boasts of ...
... know how lucky they were to live so close to the Pakistan border and to have their photographs taken by strangers.
We met many of the local villagers but the one who stands out in my mind was the man of 108 yrs of age. He was a boy at the outbreak of WW1. He had lived though the independence and partition of India. The things that have happened in his lifetime are quite amazing but for all I know he spent all that time on the ...
... mustard compared to a standard seat on something like the TGV in France or the fast train I took from Beijing to Tianjin but I still was surprised it went as fast as it did and we arrived unscathed so no complaints. We arrived in Amritsar to the north after about 5 hours of max 110km/h speeds. It was just as hot as Delhi and we went straight to the Ramada Hotel, quite a colonial looking establishment. There were 2 activities that evening, watching ...