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Golden Temple, Amritsar
The architecture of the temple is a blend of Hindu and Muslim styles. The Holy Scripture of the Sikhs, the Granth Sahib, is installed in the inner sanctum of the temple. The temple was rebuilt in 1802 by the Sikh ruler, Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780-1839) in marble and gold (its dome took 400kg of gold leaf to be covered). Since then, it has been known as the Golden Temple. The Sikhs usually refer to it as the Hari Mandir (the temple of God) or Darbar Sahib (the Court of the Lord).
 

Jallianwallah Bagh, Amritsar
Located at about a quarter of mile from the Golden Temple. Thousands of people were fired on General Dyer’s diktat. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre accentuated political awakening in India and brought Mahatma Gandhi to the forefront of Indian political life. The bullet marks can be seen to this day on the boundary walls of the garden.

Wagha Border
The enchanting spectacle of the beating retreat followed by the change of guard in the evening, within handshaking distance of the Pakistan border drives attention to this place. The border, located 25 km from Amritsar City and near Attari village, draws thousands of domestic and international tourists every year.

Anandpur Sahib
The birthplace of Khalsa, Anandpur Sahib, is located on the left bank of the Sutlej river, 40 kilometers from Rupnagar town. The town was founded by Guru Teg Bahadur, the ninth Sikh Guru who purchased the land from the Raja of Bilaspur.

Chattbir Zoo, Zirakpur
Located at a distance of 120 km from Ludhiana is the Zoological Park, Chhatbir. The park area is spread over 202 Acres of raw scrubland over River Ghaggar. It houses 52 species of animals including the royal tiger of Bengal and the Himalyan black bear and 62 species of birds in a simulated natural habitat. Popular for its Lion Safari, it is the biggest park of its kind in India.

Qila Mubarak
Qila Mubarak is the highest and oldest monument in Punjab dating back to 1800 years when Raja Binepal built it. The place has an interesting history. The first women Emperor Razia Sultana was imprisoned here in 1239 AD by the then Governor Altunia. Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru, drove a monster away in 1705, while Maharaja Ala Singh of Patiala state captured this fort in 1754. Known earlier as Bakramgarh, this fort now also has a Gurudwara on top, constructed by Maharaja Karam Singh of Patiala.
 

Rauza Sharif
This beautiful and spacious mausoleum is a national historic monument, and visited annually by thousands of Naqshbandi Muslims from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Indonesia and India. The magnificent and spacious Rauza commemorates the burial place of Mujadid-alf-Saani Sheikh Ahmed Farooqi, Kabul, Sirhindi who lived during the reigns of Akbar and Jahangir from 1563 to 1634. The Rauza also contains scalloped arches, framed domes and minarets.

Bhakra Dam, Nangal
Divided into Nangal Township and Naya Nangal, Nangal gained importance with the construction of Bhakra Dam on Satluj river in November, 1955. The multi purpose Bhakra Project which includes (apart from Bhakra Dam), the Nangal Dam, Nangal Hydel Channel, Ganguwal and Kotla Power Houses has contributed majorly to the town’s prosperity.

Evidence of Harappan Culture, Ropar
At Ropar, called Rup Nagar (the ‘town of beauty’) in olden times, evidence of Harappan culture of the Indus Valley Civilisation and relics of Alexander’s Army have been discovered.
 
 
 

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