Amritsar an enchanting city of Punjab lies on the border of Pakistan the land to world-famous “Golden temple” which is reckoned to be the precious holy place and pilgrimage shrine of the Sikh Religion which attracts an uncountable number of people across the world. The city holds great historical sites that showcase the history of Amritsar. The great Ramayana also showcases the existence of the town as the place was considered to be the Ashram of Rishi Balmiki where Sita Mata gave birth to her twin sons, Luv and Kush.
Jallianwala Bagh: Jallianwala Bagh is a garden and memorial which reminds us of the heinous massacre of Indian history that took place on 13 April 1919 while celebrating the Vaisakhi festival. The place still carries those bullet marks along with well that is the testimony of the dire crime.
Wagah Border: The Wagah Border one of the prime places to visit in Amritsar as it is the road border between India and Pakistan widely famous for the beating retreat ceremony that takes place every day. A large horde of people attends this ceremony with great enthusiasm. It is a must-visit place in Amritsar.
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum: It is the best educational site to be visited in Amritsar as it is a Museum built as a gesture of paying tribute to the courageous soldiers
Maharaja Ranjit Singh who struggled and laid their lives during various wars and battles.
Akal Takht: It is a principle religious sites of Sikkishm located in the holy place of Amritsar. There are two more seats similar to this one located at Anandpur and Talwando Sabo (near Bathinda) in Punjab, Patna in Bihar state, and Nanded in Maharashtra state.