The Golden Temple Amritsar India (Sri Harimandir Sahib Amritsar) isn't just an important religious spot of the Sikhs, yet it is also known as one of Amritsar's most striking tourist destinations. It also represents an exceptional, legacy of the Sikhs. The Golden Temple portrays an amazing Sikh architecture and its beauty is truly fascinating.
How to reach Golden Temple, Amritsar
Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport, 10 km away from The golden temple, is very much connected with the rest parts of nation and the world by various network of flights.
Amritsar railway station is very much connected to every one of the significant urban communities in Punjab alongside other Indian urban communities and towns. There are continuous trains for Amritsar from Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Agra, Chandigarh and Kolkata, among others.
There are a few state just as private run transports working from Delhi (460 km), Dharamsala (186 km), Dalhousie (176 km), Jammu (200 km) and Shimla (315 km). The G.T Road joins Delhi and Amritsar.
Things to do in Golden Temple
Viewing the Golden Temple is always great treat for the eyes & soul. The place is so beautiful that even in night it looks amazing and fill one with wonderful memories.
2. Eat Together
The free meals are provided to visitors belonging to all religions. On an average around 75,000 people eat a free meal here on daily basis. However, only vegetarian food is served. Hygiene is given a lot of importance.
The golden temple Amritsar employs about 300 Sewadars though 90% of the working staff is made up of volunteers. sewadar helps the gurudwara management by giving prasad to a devotee at Golden Temple.
4. Feel the lake atmosphere
The golden temple is also famous for its ‘sarovar’. The gurdwara is built around a man-made pool that was completed by the fourth Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das, in 1577. Its lake atmosphere is simply amazing which attracts tourist apart from pilgrimage.