Token of national importance, this is what the Sikh religion’s most holy and revered destination, Jallianwala Bagh is known for. It is located in Amritsar and holds an important chapter in the history of India. The memorial was designed by an American Architect named Benjamin Polk years ago but the walls of the place, well, it acts to pull from around the world, the most enthusiastic travelers till date.
The very first thing to recollect from the memory of this place is the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, 1919, which killed along with the 1000 civilians. The place might be fatal but it’s still a memorable land and possibly this is why the Indian Government turned the place into a public garden, in the year 1951.
The place has close proximity to the Golden Temple and is visited by thousands of people daily. There are many architectural significance to look after herein. The towering walls, the houses, and the building bounding the place. Even the entrances are narrow to the main garden and many of it still remain intact locked till date. The complete place is a symbol of the freedom struggle.
The place has a lot to offer but the thing it promises the most is to get the visitors speechless with the unbeatable scary history.