Nature & Parks in Amritsar

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Nature & Parks in Amritsar

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  • Tina
    New Orleans, LA1 contribution
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    I went with my family to amritsar and we went to golden temple first then we visited the jaliyawala bagh.. with my family it is a nice historical place u can visit with ur family nd friends will we get to know about the tragedy happened in amritsar after that I went to wagha border with Mr Singh I found his number on a website so he arranged us vip passes for wagha border too it was a nice visit in amritsar I got to know about the history of amritsar from Mr Singh too.. if any of u guyz planning to visit amritsar u can contact mr Singh..7973153505
    Written 12 May 2024
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  • ⭐️Ranchit Angroola⭐️
    Amritsar, India52 contributions
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    This place is about 50 kms from Amritsar. Place has a confluence of two rivers Satluj and beas and further moves water towards Rajasthan and Pakistan. Barrage built over this place houses a gurudwara and a bird century. Birds from Russia and upper hemisphere can be easily spotted in winters. A good place for a day out with family.
    Written 15 May 2021
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  • Madhulika L
    Noida, India6,191 contributions
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    The greatest ruler of Punjab, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, had his summer palace at Amritsar’s Ram Bagh. Today, the name ‘Ram Bagh’ doesn’t apply merely to the palace itself, and not even to the spread of greenery surrounding it, but to a much larger area as well, which includes all sorts of buildings, some derelict, some still in use, some old, some new, some private and some public.

    We stumbled upon Ram Bagh Palace Gardens because we’d gone to visit the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama next door. Once we’d seen that, we decided to wander around a bit, because right opposite was a large circular garden with massive trees soaring high up above it. From there, we went wandering on, delving deep into the area that abuts this. There are a couple of fancy clubs here—the Amritsar Club and the Service Club—but since their premises are fenced off, there’s not much chance of inadvertently trespassing.

    The Ram Bagh Palace itself, its architecture looking an interesting mix of Mughal, Rajput and colonial, was covered by scaffolding so we couldn’t even go very close to it, let alone enter. But there are plenty of ancillary buildings dotted around the vicinity, and these were quite interesting. Some of them were pretty large: one, with beautifully carved red sandstone, had obviously been recently renovate. Near this was a small four-sided pavilion with a white marble floor, more red sandstone, and plastered columns painted white to appear like marble. Of the buildings, the only one we could go into was this little pavilion; the others were all locked.

    There are rough paths between the buildings and lots of trees and greenery: birds and squirrels are also to be seen here; we spent a good bit of time watching birds!

    We had fun exploring, though we came away very dusty and dirty. This is recommended if you’re the explorer, not the ‘tourist’. There are no signs indicating which building is what, there’s no organized structure to the space, and it’s more the sort of thing, at least right now, that would appeal to someone who was willing to brave dust and dirt. Hopefully, in a few years’ time, when they’ve completed restoration work, they will also neaten up the surroundings and make this a more consolidated, well-signposted space worthy of Ranjit Singh’s summer palace.
    Written 1 January 2019
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  • Pradeep A
    New Delhi, India412 contributions
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    Big park established in Kaiser Bagh with full of kids activities. People are throned to this place since morning. It is a family outing place. Good and beautiful.
    Written 13 August 2019
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