One of the largest cities in Punjab, Amritsar, occupies a warm space in the hearts of Indians because of its rich cultural heritage, spiritual rejuvenation, and its historical significance. Renowned for the glorious Golden Temple, the famous Wagah Border, and the serene Jallianwala Bagh memorial, this holy city has a lot to offer, making itself home to numerous domestic and foreign travellers.
The thriving commercial activities in Amritsar include tourism, handicrafts, and farm produce. With a population of a million residents, the city does its best to enliven its culture and maintain a pollution-free space.
With Sikhism being the most practised religion (other religions being Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam), The Golden City of India is known for echoing an aura of tranquility and harmony.
Amritsar is well connected via air, railway, and road. Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (Amritsar's airport) is home to more than 160 domestic and international flights every week. Nestled along National Highway 1, the city is easily accessible by road, while Amritsar Railway Station draws connection to the major cities in India.