K.R.Pushpam Complex, Aarthi Theatre Road, Dindigul, 624001
Dindigul to Amritsar

Amritsar … a land with a history of sacrifice, brave hearts and patriotism, and a fragrance of faith and food which has its roots still connected to its past. Amritsar, famous for its Golden Temple, was a witness to some of the most traumatic events during India’s freedom struggle. There are a variety of monuments and places that will send you goosebumps.The spirit of the town, on the other hand, is vibrant, enthusiastic, friendly and warm, making it one of the best places in the state to visit. The cuisine and shopping avenues are fabulous, and when it comes to these two things, one is sure to go beyond budget. If you’re in Amritsar for 2 days, don’t think about whether you’ll be able to finish it all. If not, at the end of your holiday, a successful look at the complexities of the city will leave you happy.


DAY 1 – Chennai to Amritsar (Amritsar sightseeing)

  • Departing from Chennai airport.
  • On arrival Amritsar airport.Pickup and then transfer to Hotel.
  • Start the day off with a delicious breakfast of Aloo Puri. doing justice to the phrase “breakfast like a king”, it is a great way to begin the day.
  • The first stop of the day is the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum. Housing all the historical objects of the founder of the Sikh Empire, it tells you a little more about how it all started and progressed.
  • Next head to the Partition Museum. On the way, make sure you stop by at Gandhi Gate for a few clicks.
  • The Partition Museum is one of the most important museums in the country.
  • Details, accounts, documents, and photos about the lives that were affected during the 1947 partition are displayed here. Next stop is the Jallianwala Bagh.
  • The site of the infamous massacre of 1919, the words of the lost lives still echo in these walls. The well, the gate, and the bullet marks are kept intact as a remembrance of what the people had to go through during these difficult times.
  • On this note, the next destination is the Wagah Border.
  • An hour’s drive away from the city, the ceremony is to be seen to be believed.

DAY 2 – Memories with Amritsar

  • Compared to the first day, the second day of the 48 hours in Amritsar is quite slow, easy, and more fun! Spend the morning at the Golden Temple. After attending the prayer ceremony, you can even have Langar here.
  • The temple food is famous and would probably be the most delicious feast that you would have had here. Spend the afternoon at the famous streets of Amritsar shopping for traditional tapestries, artifacts, and souvenirs.
  • One thing that you must look out for is Phulkari. It is a type of embroidery technique that is native to this region.
  • The fabrics are vibrant, rich, and quite heavy, but all gorgeous!
  • Finally drop at airport.
  • On arrival Chennai airport.



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It is believed that the Bhagwan Valmiki Tirath Sthal at Amritsar is the site of the Ashram of Maharishi Valmiki, the Ramayana writer. Sita gave birth to Lava and Kusha, sons of Lord Rama at Ramtirth ashram, according to the Ramayana. Significant numbers of people at the annual fair visit Ramtirth Temple. Lava and Kusha, respectively, were said to be established in the nearby towns of Amritsar, Lahore and Kasur.Lava and Kush captured the ritual horse during Lord Rama’s Ashvamedha Yagna, and tied Lord Hanuman to a tree near today’s Durgiana Temple.For more details about Chennai to Amritsar tour package please contact 9443204141,9578784466.

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