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... bandana that local merchants were selling around the entrance for precisely that reason. In the Sikh religion men and women are required to keep their heads covered so all visitors to the temple, regardless of their religious background are asked to do the same out of respect for the holiest place in the Sikh religion. Once we made our way through the entrance of the compound we passed through a gateway and then we were able to see the temple itself, seeming to ...
... that do venture to the border have the second best seats reserved for them I walked on while the local crowd ran towards the seating set up like a teenage girl in 1967 running after the Beatles. The ceremony took some time to start, and up to this point the boarder is still actually a working boarder, with porters in blue coats running up and down with airport trolleys full of bags, dumping them inches from the gates and running back, to be recovered by those actually crossing. ...
... fort. It had 12 gates as entrance and exit. These gates are still
known by their old names e.g. Sheran wala Gate, Khajuri Gate, Bhandari Gate,
Ohri Gate, Thathiari Gate, Hathi gate, Pahari gate, etc... In 1947, at the time
of partition of India, Batala was included in Pakistan region. For total of 3 days, Batala was part of
Pakistan then it was added to Indian Territory.
... the construction of a bridge on the canal.
dancers were not given much respect in that days, and they were addressed as
"Kanjari”. Hence the bridge constructed to facilitate “Moran dancer”
was known as “Pul Kanjari”.
for her interest in art & history and its preservation, Manveen Kaur Sandhu Principal Sprin Dale School
Amritsar stressed for the need to replace the name “Pul ...
... side! There was a small strip of road that was cleaved in half by 2 large gates which were 2m apart. One gate was the entrance from India (painted in the flags colours) and the other gate was the entrance to Pakistan (painted in black, white and green). As the ceremony began we saw both sides taunt each other with military personnel who would march theatrically towards the gates and stop on their own sides. The marching would include huge high kicks and stamps that got ...