I went to Jallianwala Bagh. Though the park has been beautifully maintained, the bullet marks are still intact on the walls all over. The spot from where the firing was ordered has also been marked. It is great place to go.
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This is a short day activity.This place you can imagine the pain of the innocent Indians who were slaughtered ruthlessly.See the well which is now covered.See the walls which still have those bullet holes in them.The place also provides history about the significance of the...More
Its important to know about the pain and tribulations of the local communities and this monument and museum goes a long way in keeping the (about) 1000 people who died here, alive There is a monumental sculpture outside, en route to the Golden Temple -...More
The place has no entrance fee, was well kept and had enough boards around to do a tour on your own. One might not need any tour guide. Since it's within the market, tends to get crowded. Can take about 3-40 minutes to see the...More
This place is close and walkable to from the Golden Temple. It has rich Punjabi/ Indian history. Outside the garden you can buy lots of small things for gifts.
This is a memorial garden to the Seikhs massacred by the British during an uprising. Tastefully & beautifully done there is no evidence of any animosity towards the British, a tribute to those who died.
It's right next to the Golden Temple and offers a tiny view into the history of the nation. I had expected the visit to be a very sombre visit - far from it, the crowds on a sunny winter morning had turned it into a...More
Closer to golden temple, it has a great history behind it. You can spend less than an hour witnessing one of the most powerful events that happened in the history.