S. G. Resorts

Address: National Highway-1 Majitha-Verka Bypass Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on National Highway-1 Majitha-Verka Bypass Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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      A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... br> , all of them were put in a coop-like room where almost 200 soldiers died of
      asphyxia. The rest of them were brutally shot dead the next morning and their
      dead bodies thrown in the well which is known as the Kalianwala Khoo in Tehsil

      The Historical Banyan Tree( Shaheedi Bohr):

      This historical tree with massive girth and lush green canopy
      stands majestically in the Namdhari Shaheedi Samark against the majestic back
      drop of ...

      Himalayas by Moto: Preping in Amritsar

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... a picture of. It compared favourably to the meal on the Air Koryo flight to North Korea earlier this year (still haven't figured out exactly what it was they served us). I didn't do much else except snooze and read (Samurai William). Other people in the carriage were quiet, there were no kids. There didn't seem to just be businessmen,  there were a number of women in typical colourful Indian clothing. As the premium rail travel option it certainly didn't ...

      Closing in on the Finish in Punjab

      A travel blog entry by johneklund on May 03, 2014

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      ... operation with up 80,000 people being fed in a day. The guide led us through the various kitchens where we saw enormous vats of dal and vegetable curry and a massive chipati production line. The temple is funded by Sikh donations from both within Punjab (Indian’s richest state) and from overseas (UK and USA have large ex-patriate communities that send money to the temple).

      We wandered around the outer courtyard of the temple where the Guide informed us that ...

      Wagah border between India and Pakistan

      A travel blog entry by kimlings on Mar 14, 2014

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      This afternoon I visited Wagah border crossing between India and Pakistan and what an unusual experience it was. The guards on each side assemble to parade and preen themselves in an immaculately turned out display of synchronized marching and bellowed military commands. The flag of ...

      Hmm so many sikh,s so many beards ........

      A travel blog entry by tessaadventure on Mar 08, 2014

      ... so sweeet.
      i also went inside the temple it takes a while to get in a hour to wait but than you have something beautifull to see , amazing everything is from gold and jewlery stones.
      you see them chanting and praying from the big very old book. again it feels very good to see all this.
      when the sun is gone and i saw the nice sunset on the temple i go back

      the next day im going to the silver temple that is a hindu temple , this one ...