Hotel la Cascade

Address: 52, R.B Parkash Chand Road, opp police line, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 52, R.B Parkash Chand Road, opp police line, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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      Sikh-ing the Golden Temple

      A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... can kick high!) and lots and lots of gestures and crowd participation, only vocal participation though but lots of it. We had great seats right at the front (photos to come after I get them onto the computer) and it was fascinating, you could see the crowd from Pakistan on one side through the fence and gates, they were all waving Pakistan flags and singing, the Indian side were all waving Indian flags and singing as well, lots of fun ...


      A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... 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


      All that glistens !

      A travel blog entry by hannahindia on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... struck by gleaming gold shimmering of the water which surrounded the temple, this is by far the most impressive temple I have seen , the place was stunning. I don't think there are enough words in the dictionary to describe how amazing this place is.

      After the temple we headed for the Jallianwala bagh which is where hundreds of innocent Indians were shot and killed by a British ...


      A travel blog entry by fernbob on Mar 21, 2014

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      ... imagine the sight of all those turbans and Kirpans swarming towards the Temple! We took a few pictures, then got into the 'line' to cross the walkway to go inside the shrine. The crush of people was about 8 wide going out, some started chanting the second they got in line, others just put their hands together in prayer as we slowly baby stepped toward the entrance. It took us an hour to enter the shrine, thankfully the walkway was covered and there were ...

      At the spiritual centre of Sikhism.

      A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 07, 2014

      ... able to discover), has as its centre the Sarovar, or lake/tank. This is teeming with enormous carp, who of course are looked after and protected. At the centre of the Sarovar is the Darbar Sahib, the beautiful Golden roofed building, with a single pathway across the Sarovar, and where the sacred scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib, is kept during the day, and read from aloud.
      There is a wide carpeted path passing all around the Sarovar, and this, together with every other ...