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The name of Amritsar city acquires from the name of the pool around the Golden Temple and means "holy pool of nectar". The city is a beautiful blend of tradition, culture, history, and food. Amritsar is one of the largest cities in the Indian state of Punjab and is the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh religion. Situated at a distance of 452 kms from Delhi, Amritsar is easily reachable via road from Delhi in approximately 7-8 hours. Hire a cab from Delhi to Amritsar with TaxiBazaar to have an adventure worth reviving. With TaxiBazaar, customers can book a one-way cab from Delhi to Amritsar at the most modest charges. The major cities on the way to Amritsar are Sonipat, Panipat, Patiala, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Ludhiana, Phagwara, and Jalandhar. Customers can hire a one-way taxi from these cities to Amritsar with TaxiBazaar at the most convenient fares and travel comfortably to the destination. TaxiBazaar enables its customers to schedule the pick-up and drop location anywhere within the city limits. Our fare for one way taxi booking from Delhi to Amritsar starts at a very competitive price of 5499/-INR, and includes all the tolls, state taxes, driver charges, and GST. TaxiBazaar also offers a round trip from Delhi to Amritsar where customers can enjoy the local sightseeing in Amritsar. Book a round trip cab service from Delhi to Amritsar with TaxiBazaar. Some of the places worth visiting in Amritsar are – 1. Golden Temple- The crown gem of Amritsar, the Golden Temple is certainly its main center of attraction. Also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib, it is one of the most visited tourist places in India. The shrine exhibits striking architecture, which is a novel blend of Hindu and Islamic compositional styles. The tranquil water body encircling the temple intensifies its appeal. With its golden shine and symphonic atmosphere, the shrine holds the perfect panorama of serenity and perpetual ecstasy. 2. Wagah Border- A visit to the Wagah Border is often marked with a patriotic high. Located around 30 km from Amritsar, Wagah is the only road border crossing that runs between India and Pakistan. Every evening, the border turns into a ceremonial ground before the sunset and attracts hordes of tourists. It is the time when soldiers belonging to both the countries engage in Beating Retreat and Change of Guard ceremonies. It is a daily practice when the lowering of the national flag takes place on both sides of the border by the soldiers, accompanied by elaborate and quick military exercises. 3. Ram Tirath Ashram- Religion and belief blend together at Ram Tirath Ashram, also known as Bhagwan Valmiki Tirath Sthal. The place is considered the sacred spot where Lord Rama’s sons, Lav and Kush were born. The ashram may be no more today, but you can visit a grand temple that stands here. An 800 kg gold-plated statue of sage Valmiki is the main attraction of this temple. 4. Jallainwala Bagh- Perhaps there is no other memorial in India that paints such a poignant saga of the freedom struggle as the Jallainwala Bagh. Spread over 6.5 acres, the public garden remains a testimony to the most heinous public massacre that the British Army committed on unarmed Indians. The huge stone memorial at the garden is a stark reminder of the black day in India’s freedom history. 5. Durgiana Temple- Located in the middle of a sacred lake, Durgiana Temple is one of the most visited religious destinations in Amritsar. When you visit the temple, you will notice that its architecture bears a close resemblance to that of the Golden Temple. However, the temple has its own unique ambiance. 6. Gobindgarh Fort- Gobindgarh Fort is a landmark attraction in Amritsar. Tracing its roots to the 18th-century, the fort has remained witness to much bloodshed that has marked the city’s history. Until recently, the fort was under the occupation of the army. But as of February 2017, it has been opened to the public as a live heritage museum.
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