As kids we have all read about the massacre of Jallianwala Bagh. Having visited the same, was like revisiting those words in history book. The narrow lane where fire was opened by soldiers of General Dyer, the well where so many Indians jumped to death to save themselves, the bullet marks and the goriness. The place is decently maintained and it's one place that if given a chance, one must visit.
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