Chandigarh to Amritsar One Way Taxi | Chandigarh Amritsar Taxi
Chandigarh to Amritsar Cab Service
Amritsar has got its name from Amrit Sarovar which encircles the Golden Temple. Amrit sarovar means the pond of nectar. The city was founded by Sikh Guru Ramdas and was formerly known as Ramdas Nagar. Amritsar is the cultural capital of Punjab and it shows diversity in cultural domain with a glorious past and developing present. Amritsar is just 23 km from India-Pakistan border.The major attraction is beyond doubt The Golden Temple also known as Harminder Sahib. Dugaina temple, temple dedicated to Lord Laxmi Narayana, whose foundation was laid by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. Jaliawala Bagh in Amritsar stands as the proof of the freedom struggle of India. The other attractions consist of Ram Bagh build by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Ram Tirath, Pul kanjir, Samadhi of Guru Angad Devji, Samadh of Shravan and the Historical Banyan Tree (Shaheedi Bohr).Another attraction for tourist visiting Amritsar is a trip to Wagha Border. Wagha Border is the International Boundary Separating Indian Punjab from Pakistan Punjab. The visitors can watch “Beating the Retreat” show in the evening in which perfect drilling and step by step procedure of bringing down the flag is shown. Apart from all these, Punjab is known worldwide for its cuisine which can also be seen in the food culture of Amritsar. Amritsar is home of famous Amritsari Kulcha, various types of chicken dishes and many more.If you are thinking to travel by train from Chandigarh to Amritsar, you can book your tickets in any of the direct train available between these two stations. There are two are daily and one weekly train available for Chandigarh to Amritsar. This information itself may give you the idea of how troublesome it can be to get a confirm berth in the train. Whereas, travelling without confirm reservation will take all the fun away from your tour to this beautiful city of Punjab.Being 230 km apart, bus is another alternate way to travel from Chandigarh to Amritsar. But due to the religious value of the city of Amritsar and less number of trains available buses have huge rush throughout the year. Also, greenery and local scenery on the way cannot be enjoyed properly while travelling by bus.