Travel Amritsar

One of the biggest urban communities in Punjab, India; Amritsar is a historical city and one of the most popular journey spot for the Sikhs. The city brags of its different temples and hallowed places generally committed to the Sikh society and the principle business found here are tourism, rugs, handloom fabrics and painstaking work. The city is additionally well known for its astounding Punjabi cooking styles. The city was once known by the names Ramdaspur and Ambersar before the fourth Guru of Sikh religion, Guru Ram Das renamed the city to 'Amritsar'. The city is assembled with a remarkable structural style unmistakable in the seventeenth and eighteenth century called "Katras" and is described by its restricted lanes.


Primary and Secondary level education is principally subsidiary to Punjab School Education Board. Amritsar is served by a few foundations of advanced education, including universities which give undergrad and postgraduate courses in all the significant expressions, humanities, science, engineering, law, medicine, veterinary science, and business. Guru Nanak Dev University, Indian Institute of Management, Amritsar IIM-ASR, Khalsa College are some of the great Institutions famous for attracting students across the nation. City also include some of the top colleges in Punjab  for engineering and top MBA Colleges in Punjab.

Golden  Temple

Also called Harmandir Sahib (Temple of God), the Golden Temple is one of the most popular places and tourist destinations in Punjab and the most essential traveler spot for the Sikh religion. The Temple is said to be the point of convergence behind the establishing and naming of the city of Amritsar. 

Golden Temple

The fourth Guru of the Sikh group uncovered a tank and named it "Amritsar" which actually implies the 'pool of the nectar of eternality' and based the Temple on the pool which we know today as the Golden Temple. Golden Temple also offers World's Biggest Community Kitchen which serve over 1 Lakhs devotee every day.

Jallianwala Bagh 

Jallianwala Bagh is a public place/garden of national importance. 6.5-acre public garden is located close to the Golden temple.

Bullet marks on wall Of Jallianwala Bagh
 Akal Takht 

The Akal Takht is among the 5 Takhts of the Sikh religion, and is situated in the Golden Temple complex. The Akal Takht symbolizes the apportioning of Justice and transient action of the Sikh religion and is the most astounding seat of the "Khalsa" (a military and common power in Sikh society) division.

Akal Takht
 Wagah Border
The name Wagah alludes to a town in Pakistan, through which the questionable Radcliffe line which segregates the fringe of India from Pakistan was drawn amid the allotment at the season of Indian autonomy in 1947.

Wagah Border

The eastern portion of the town stays in India while the western half is in Pakistan. The spot lies on the Grand Trunk Street and was the main connection between the two nations before the opening of the Aman Setu in Kashmir in 1999.

How to reach Amritsar

Long Distance taxi or cabs are available for Amritsar. It takes around 6-7 hours from Delhi Airport by means of NH-1.

Amritsar is well-associated by transport to most significant urban areas and the northern zones inside a days drive. Pathankot is about 2.5 hours away and about 100km away, Jalandhar is about 80km from here, Kapurthala is about 65km from to a great extent are every day direct transports to New Delhi, Jammu, Katra, Chandigarh, Dharamsala. You can hire taxi service from Chandigarh or Delhi. Taxi Service is the best option for you if you want to see the local attractions of the city. It is recommended to hire a cab from Black Taxi India as there Chandigarh to Amritsar Cab Hire Service is best in the region. And also the car offer by Black Taxi India are good in Conditions and they have very experience driver.