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"Golden Temple" is one of the most beautiful pilgrimage sight of India. It is pacifying, sparking, unusual, and bright and fairy tale like place. The Temple is also known as Harmandir Sahib, which translates to mean Abode of God. The place attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over the world. The Temple boasts of knowledge about the rich history of Sikhism, the history of Amritsar and what not!The best thing is that despite being a functioning religious sanctuary you can visit and people are invited to participate in the religiousness of the place. Its name is Harmandir Sahib and is located in Amritsar, Punjab. It is the most sacred sanctuary of the Sikh and is commonly known as the Golden Temple. It is the mecca of those who profess this religion and pilgrims arrive from all over the world.If you are looking for some affordable Amritsar tour package and view the Golden temple then book your tour package with My Tirth India. Our tour packages are ideal for different age groups and budgets.


Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Pick up From Amritsar

Pick up from Amritsar Railway station/ Airport and drop at hotel then Visit to partition museum, Jallianwala Bagh, Golden Temple. Overnight stay at hotel.

Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh is a historic garden and ‘memorial of national importance’ in Amritsar, India, preserved in the memory of those wounded and killed in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre that occurred on the site on the festival of Vaisakhi, 13 April 1919.It houses a museum, gallery and a number of memorial structures. The 7-acre (28,000 m2) garden site of the massacre is located in the vicinity of the Golden Temple complex, the holiest shrine of Sikhism and is managed by the Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Trust, which was established as per the 'Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Act, 1951.   

One gets the true sense of patriotism and how our countrymen fought against the unjust British rule. How so many people were ruthlessly massacred at that exact spot gives one the real goosebums. It is a truly thrilling and emotional visit which one must certainly

Day 2: Wagah Border Sightseeing

After breakfast we proceed to Vaishnodevi Temple, Gobindgarh Fort, War Memorial, Waga Border. The wagah border parade begins at 5:15 PM in summers and 4:15 PM in the winters and it is always better to reach 45 minutes earlier due to entry timings.

Wagah Border

The Attari- Wagah border is one where a ceremony takes place. Soldiers from both India and Pakistan perform the parade with utmost vigour, strength and confidence reflecting in every move. It surely gives us the feel with which a soldier is able to risk his life for the country’s safety at the borders. Flags of both India and Pakistan are lowered by their respective soldiers at sunset, and what a face off it is. One cannot miss this highly enthusiastic and patriotic ceremony if visiting Amritsar

Day 3: Departure

After breakfast check out from hotel then visit to shahid Ganj Gurudwara, ram tirath Mandir, Sada pind, Gobindgarh Fort and later on drop at Amritsar railway station / Airport.

Package Cost: INR 5,999/- Per Person (Minimum 5 Person)

*Also customized packages available

*These are tentative rates and will be subjected to revision due to social distancing norms applied post covid pandemic.

Inclusions and Exclusions

Inclusion :

  • Breakfast
  • Hotel accommodation on the basis of double/ triple sharing
  • All sightseeing by Ac car
  • Pick up and drop by Ac car

Exclusion :

  •  5% GST
  •  Air / Train tickets 
  • Any personal expenses 

*Valid till 30th June, 2020

*Due to the present pandemic situation, we will be updating soon. Please call for any clarifications.

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