Temple View

Address: Bazar Kathian, Opposite Central Bank Of India, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bazar Kathian, Opposite Central Bank Of India, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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        Travel Blogs from Amritsar

        High kicks and Prime Ministers causing chaos !

        A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 23, 2015

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        ... warm up guys get the crowds raring to go. At one point all the women and children came down to the front to dance Punjabi style - it was amazing. I hope the video uploads. People were having a ball. It was baking hot. The guards are dressed in beige with red hats with fans coming our of the top. Their trousers look too short for them and to make up for it they wear extra long shorts. Of course this is not the case, its ceremonial dress but it does bring a ...

        Trains to Bikaner

        A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 10, 2015

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        ... Maus keine Ausnahme war. Im weiteren Verlauf der Zugfahrt lerne ich einen Kannadier namens Paul kennen, der zu einer Hochzeit in Indien eingeladen wurde und nun ganz nach Indien ziehen möchte, da ihm die Wirtschaftskrise große Sorgen bereitet. Des Weiteren lerne ich Sunny, einen echten 'camel man' kennen. Er besitzt fünf Kamele und ist seit über dreizehn Jahren guide für 'camel trekkings'. Er wohnt in einem kleinen Dorf in der Nähe von Jaisalmer, meiner nächsten destination ...

        Almost Made it to Pakistan

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

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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 ...

        So long and thanks for all the chai

        A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

        19 photos

        ... bus shuddered its way off down the road. Casual night pretending to be a soldier, why not?

        In the train station I fulfilled a childish urge and went to my platform Indian style jumping off the platform wandering across the tracks and climbing up the other side, something that incurs a £1000 fine at home and didn't even raise an eyebrow here. Other than meeting a Brazilian guy called Marcel and the train getting increasingly cold as the night wore on the journey was ...

        Sikh-ing the Golden Temple

        A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Oct 17, 2014

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        ... but died along with hundreds of others, many with bullets in their backs. They do not know how many died in total as figures appear to have been covered up. We could not believe the General's letter to the British government at the time justifying his actions.
        It was a very sombre place.
        On a lighter note, the border ceremony at Waga (Indian and Pakistan border) is quite a sight to see, lots of feet stomping, very high kicks (boy ...

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