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Jallianwala Bagh
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Amritsar Day Tour: Golden Temple and Jalliawala Bagh with Punjabi Breakfast
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The Wagah Border Drama and the Golden Temple with Private Transfer
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Private Tour: Golden Temple and Wagah Border with Punjabi Lunch
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Owner description: This is the site of the April 13, 1919 massacre of hundreds of innocents by British troops.
Reviewed 11 December 2013

It helps us to remind us that how many people gave their life to help us be free. In today's world, it is a reminder of the past and to help you re-align your thoughts to move in the right direction to give respect to these departed souls who gave us freedom

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Reviewed 10 December 2013

We went to visit this monument, out of respect to the people who were killed here. Quite amazingly, loads of people came up and asked to take opur photos, or have their photos taken with us! Quite bizarre!

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Reviewed 10 December 2013

As soon as you step in and see the museum inside you get a feeling of how heroic people should have been to die without a choice of escape. The park had very narrow gates and all were blocked. General Dyer had a hitlers day. One Hero of Punjab planned revenge and killed General dyer. Feels good.

You too can pray here and appreciate that Sikh.

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Devika

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Reviewed 10 December 2013

It is an icon of history in everyones memory. It is very well maintained. Everyone can feel thebarbarian act of the british at that time of history and what the people have sufferred.

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Reviewed 8 December 2013

You don't realise the enormity of the crime until you go down the narrow entrance into the grounds. To think that women & children were killed. The grounds are very well kept. There were a number of children with their school teachers. A number of tourist parties were there as well. We live in Scotland and were visiting relatives.

To see the well where 300 or so died as they fled the bullets made you think about their suffering. Seeing bullet holes in the buildings. The museum was very educational.

You can understand why revenge was sort against General Dyer. It seems that this act only fueled the desire for freedom.

A wonderful way of reminding us of the price that you have to pay to allow nation to decide its own destiny.

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