S. G. Resorts

Address: Bypass Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bypass Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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        India - Amritsar

        A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Jun 21, 2015

        59 photos

        ... the other its military prowess. Perhaps a mixture of the two? Regardless, it was a great show which ends perfectly by both sides simultaneously lowering their national flag, side by side. The flags are then folded, the gates closed and everyone marches off.

        The following day i made my way back to Jallianwalla Bagh. This is a memorial set within a public garden. On 13th April 1919, a group of peaceful protesters were fired upon by the British Army under ...

        Sikhs, Religious Freedom, and The Golden Temple

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 22, 2015

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... religion of his or her choice without coercion, and he warned that his government would not allow any religious group, of majority or minority communities, to incite hatred against other.

        "Mine will be a government that gives equal respect to all religions," Modi said.

        If true, this was particularly important because Modi is the first Prime Minister from his Hindu Nationalist Party, the RSS, and he has been accused of fomenting anti-Muslim ...

        Golden temple

        A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 09, 2015

        136 photos

        Es wird gerade hell, als ich aufstehe. Ich fahre mit einem 'local auto' zum 'golden temple'.

        Bevor ich diesen jedoch betreten darf, muss ich meinen Rucksack abgeben, meinen Kopf mit einem Tuch bedecken, und Hände, sowie Füße waschen. Als ich die Stiegen hinauf gehe, fällt mir der Tempel sofort ins Auge. Er ist kaum zu übersehen. Er besteht aus echtem Gold. Viele verschiedene Gebetsrufe sind zu hören. Der Anblick und die Stimmung lässt sich nicht in Worte ...

        Almost Made it to Pakistan

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

        24 photos

        ... was really neat to share that with them. We did our best to walk quickly to avoid the huge throngs of people but despite our best efforts we were stuck in a terrible traffic jam (which is really saying something in India) trying to leave the area. That night we chose to just have a light dinner in the hotel since we would need to be up and out at 4am to catch our flight to Varanasi, the city on the banks of the River Ganges.

        Until Next Time….David & ...

        So long and thanks for all the chai

        A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

        19 photos

        ... the mouth of an unseen BSF dude the crowd erupted. The ceremony, if you haven't seen it, takes the format of loud shout, march at high speed to a drum beat towards the gates, threaten the other side with a mock fist shake and then attempt to kick yourself in the head with the high-kicks of each turn and step. There are 12 people who need to do this. Each side goes at the same time, trying to outlast each other on the shout, out jeer each other at the gate, and not knock themselves out ...