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Reviewed 31 October 2019

As important as Jalianwala Bagh is to the Indian freedom struggle, it pains my heart to see how badly maintained this site is. A small, very badly-lit room just before the park, houses many artifacts from pre-independence era, including the ashes of freedom fighter Udham Singh. But the heartache is that all these artifacts are literally gathering dust, with no one to oversee cleanliness. Just a board depicting photography not allowed isn't enough, people were taking selfies with Udham Singh's ashes.
No guards, no housekeeping staff, such a pathetic state of affairs here, especially the room.

Date of experience: October 2019
3  Thank AkankshaDureja
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Reviewed 29 October 2019 via mobile

The place has been converted into a public garden with weird structures lined up randomly. There is no sight of the history. It's only construction around

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank ShefaliJB
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Reviewed 28 October 2019 via mobile

Jallianwala Bagh is definitely worth a visit, but a little later. Right now it's under renovation. I guess it'll take a couple of months. This place would bring tears to your eyes when you read how the people were massacred by Gen. Dwyer, the murderer. It's an emotional place where you learn a lot of history.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank vinodp752
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Reviewed 28 October 2019

Jallianwala Bagh is a must visit place during your visit to Golden Temple. We self drove to Amritsar from Delhi and stayed in Hotel Lemon Tree very close to Golden Temple. One can walk to the location by parking the car in Parking Area . They Charge Rs 25/- and it is 5 minutes walk thru well layed out area with shops lined up on both sides. The whole atmosphere is very vibrant and colourful. One can try local Amritsari cuisine and do some shopping of Dryfruits and clothes from these shops. Just before turning into the lane leading to The Golden Temple is Jallianwal Bagh. A very narrow path thru a gate is the entrance to the historical place.The entrance is Free. A flush of grief strikes the heart and your head bows to the sacrifices made by thousands of Indians who sacrificed their lives in Jallianwala Bagh Massacre on 13th April 1919. The park is well maintained and bullet marks are still intact on the wallsall over. The spot from where the firing was ordered is also marked and the Martyr's well is covered with a roof. The garden has a gallery and a short film shown there is a must watch to understand what happened at the Jallianwala Bagh. Best time to visit Late Sept. to mid March to avoid the summers of the city. Best time to visit around 3pm . Spend 1 hr and then walk to The Golden Temple few minutes walk from here.

Date of experience: September 2019
1  Thank rahghir
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Reviewed 27 October 2019

This place is under renovation. It has been desecrated by the public. The historic well is not visible.
It is sad to see a vital part of Indian history being treated with such disdain.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank BrindaS40
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