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“A bit of difference”

Ranked #10 of 74 things to do in Amritsar
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Reviewed 16 August 2012

If you have the time it is worth a visit - this was quite glitzy and just fun to follow the alley way of maze a temple with a difference not sure what was going to be round the next corner

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Reviewed 1 August 2012

Its less of a temple and more like somebody's home, becoz it is privately managed. It has been built like the shrine of Vaishno Devi with look of caves and waterfall but it has not historic importance so i don't rate it to be worth a visit, if you are a very spiritual person or have alot of time on your trip, then you many check it.

3  Thank Bobby S
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Reviewed 2 July 2012

This place has really to be seen! Besides the interior with special shrines and grottoes it's interesting to be in the middle of the celebrations. We were even invited to enter the inner circle and to stay the whole time sitting beside the priest, even singing with them. It was very impressing to be a part of the holy act.

3  Thank ThSund
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Reviewed 9 June 2012


Mata Lal Devi spearheaded the replication of other shrines also in Lal Bhavan, as she desired that no one should be deprived of visiting these shrines. These included Tirupati Balaji, Shri Laddu Gopal, Meenakshi Devi, Puri Jagannath, Kanyakumari, Shri Rangamji, Sri Amarnath Dham, Sri Badrinath, Mandir Mata Chintpurni, Kedarnath, Pashupati Nath, Shri Rameswaram Dham, Shri Dwarka, Shri Laxmi Narayan and Sri Satya Narayan.

4  Thank PremM
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Reviewed 2 June 2012

the upstairs is like an amusement park in that it has mittored tunnels, caves, walking through water to a giant-sized udder (!) hundreds of colourful displays... Thoroughly enjoyable. Downstairs more serene.

3  Thank venlal
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