The heart and soul of Amritsar, the Golden Temple, is not just a religious place but also a symbol of brotherhood and equality.
A significant landmark in Indian history, Jallianwala Bagh is a public garden that stands as a testimony to the tragic massacre by British troops in 1919.
Experience the electrifying atmosphere at the Wagah Border, which separates India and Pakistan. The Beating Retreat ceremony conducted daily at sunset is a display of military showmanship, with soldiers from both countries performing synchronized drills. It's a must-visit for a display of patriotism and energy.
Dedicated to the memories of the millions affected by the India-Pakistan partition in 1947, the Partition Museum offers a deep insight into the tumultuous period of history. The personal stories, artifacts, and photographs make it a poignant experience for visitors.