Duration: 6 Nights - 7 Days
Place to Visit: Delhi - Chandigarh - Parivar Vichhora - Anandpur Sahib - Chandigarh - Amritsar - Tarn Taran - Gobindwal - Hazoor Sahib – Amritsar - Delhi
Reach your destination Delhi and move to hotel. Afternoon half day visit to, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Gurudwara Sisganj and Gurudwara Rakabganj. During the night stay at hotel.
Day 02: Delhi - Chandigarh - Parivar Vichhora - Anandpur Sahib - Chandigarh
Proceed to Chandigarh (240 kms / 05 hours). Check in at hotel. Hours of daylight visit Parivar Vichorra ( 55 kms / 02 hrs ) and force to Anandpur Sahib ( 32 kms / 01 hr ) -fortification temple positioned on the left bank of the river Satluj established by the 9th Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur. It was now that the Sikh religion obtaind its concluding armed character. Take back to Chandigarh. During the night stay at hotel.
Day 03: Chandigarh - Amritsar
New morning sightseeing explore of Chandigarh visiting, High Court, Assembly Chamber, the Museum, and Rock Garden. Hours of daylight drive to Amrltsar (255 kms/06.50 hrs), positioned on the north -western border of the country. This is 400 years old city, originated by the 4th guru of the Sikhs, Guru Ramdas , have been the hold of the Sikh religion and culture from its very inauguration. It is famous for the well-known Golden Temple. Amritsar, factually -pond of Nectar ' gets its name from the holy pond approximately the temple. The land for the pool was exceptional by the Moghul Emperor Akbar. Verify in at hotel on arrival. During the night stay at hotel.
Day 04: Amritsar - Tarn Taran - Goindwal - Hazoor Sahib - Amritsar
After morning breakfast start tour to Tarn Taran (23 kms / 50 minutes), well-known for a gurudwara position on the surface of a large tank and built in respect of Guru Arjun Dev ji . Lepers approach from far -off places to have a dip in the reservoir, for it is thought that its water can help heal leprosy. Carry on to Goindwal (24ms /35minutes) , a small run from Tarn Taran linked to the reminiscence of Guru Amardas who resided there. This gurudwara built by the Guruji still positions there. Since no position was available for a tank, an subversive 'Baoli' was built near the gurudwara with a trip of 84 steps most important to it. Carry on against Hazoor Sahib (11 kms / 20 minutes) , where the Samadhi (monument) of the 2nd Sikh guru, Guru Angad Dev ji , it was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in --1815. Go back to Amritsar. Afternoon stopover the Golden Temple - built in the midst of the holy pool by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1803. It is also known as Darbar Sahib or Har Mandir Sahib. The arena of the temple is enclosed with an predictable 400 kgs of gold sheet, therefore its popular name is the 'Golden Temple'. The insides of the temple, as well, garlanded by decorate work with delicate floral patterns are complete with semi valuable stones. Next-door the group is Akal Takht , recognized by the 6th Sikh guru, Guru Hargobind Singh Ji. This is chair of the supreme head of the Sikh religious power. During the night stay at hotel.
Day 5: Amritsar - Jalianwala Bagh - Baba Bakala - Waga Border - Amritsar
After breakfast visit Jailianwala Bagh, the momentous site where hundreds of blameless Indian men, women and children were mass murdered by British General Michael Dyer on 13 , April 1919. A monument and garden have been produced here as a national monument. go on to Baba Bakala ( 25 kms / 50minutes) , a place linked with ninth Sikh Guru, Shri Tegh Bahadur, having a superb gurudwara where people get together in thousands on every "Amavas". An yearly fair is held on Raksha Bandhan with about thousand people visiting the place, commemorating the day when the ninth guru was situated by his followers. Proceed to Waga Border and watch parade and closing of border for the day late evening. Come back to Amritsar. During the night stay at hotel.
Move to by road or railway station to attach fast train Shatabdi Express for Delhi. Going on entrance, Our assistance and move to hotel. During the night stay at hotel.
After morning breakfast proceed for half day Delhi sightseeing tour, stopover Red Fort -the sign of Mughal power and grace built in red sand stone by the 5th Mughal monarch Shah Jahan when he moved his capital to Shahjahanabad from Agra in 1638, India Gate -the country's monument to the unidentified Soldier died in world war-II and Quatab Minar -built in red sand granite in Islamic style, the tower is 71 mts high with its ramparts consisting of intricately imprinted citation from the Holy Quran. verify out at 12:00 o clock. Move to airport to attach flight for onward journey with Best Regards Inter India Tours !!!