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The place is small in size but large in significant of what transpired at this site in 1919. You can still see Bullet marks on the walls, the well and places where shooting happened. Reminds the great sacrifices done by people to get freedom.
I felt an surge of anger rising up when I think of the brutal act. Killing of innocent people in cold blood.. shameful.
The place is well maintained. The well, in which more than 100 people jumped in trying to save their lives, brought tears...More
We visited the place in the evening and although the place had reasonably good crowd the overall ambience of the place was not very impressive. A sound and light show in the premises canmake the visit more attractive .
You cannot feel happy visiting this place - the bagh takes you back to the black date of Indian history when hundreds of innocents had been brutally killed by the British.
If you are an Indian or if you can even relate to the history...More
A monument to remember us about the sadness caused by the massacre. Just a quick stop here, but it sure become my experience to remember all the people who die, even though im not an indian. Please be quite while visiting and pay respect and...More
Jallianwala incident is one of the most barbaric incidents in the history of India. The Bagh consists of a well where innocent people had fled to avoid the firing. It is said that 75 dead bodies were removed later from the well. One can also...More
The cruel act of Britishers is self explanatory, you can see bullet marks on walls . The visitors don’t maintain the sensitivity of the place rather treat it like picnic spot.. we should maintain behavior to suitable the place .. walking distance from Golden temple..
Located just outside the harmandir sahib complex, this is a place of historic significance.... A must visit for the tourists to look at the bullet shots signs fired on the order of General Dyer during the struggle for independence... It gives a feeling of patriotism...