Must Visit very Near walkable distance from Golden Temple, you can feel the history in the place you still can see bullet marks .
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I was taught almost everything about it in class but visiting it was a very emotional and touching moment..I could see the atrocities of british and the price we paid for it. Foreigners would know how britishers ruled India..Their real face and intentions. We were...More
This is place where you can feel the sense of patriotism. You still see the bullet marks which shot at the innocent people by British General Dyer. Also the monument erected with respect for the people who died. Well in which 100's of people jumped...More
After we had visited the golden temple we made a visit to Jallianwallah Bagh. It provides a realisation of an horrific massacre of innocent civilians. It puts into perspective for young British teenager the ordeals suffered for independence. The Well where hundreds drowned to escape...More
It reminds the present generation of the hardships our fore-fathers faced to extract independence from the clutches of Britishers. This monument reminds the brutal massacre of men, women & children and thousands were killed on Baisakahi festival day.
Just a few minutes walk from the Golden Temple and down a narrow lane is located the Jallianwala Bagh - the scene of one of British most horrific massacre. The place is quiet well marked out and you can still see the bullet marks. A...More