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As an Indian, it is a must visit place in Amritsar. You can relive the memories of the horrific massacre done by the British and portrayed in movies. The narrow entrance, the bullet ridden walls and the martyrs well, all are witness to British brutality...More
Site of a massacre by the British on unarmed Indian protesters.
Inside the grounds there is a well where some people jumped in to avoid the shooting and subsequently died, the grounds also were filled with bodies. A sad event from 1919. The site is...More
this is the place where more than 1000 innocent people including children and women were mercilessly killed in day light by the british government ruling at that time in india. the moment you enter you can actually feel what had happened at that place as...More
Well maintained, with the brutal history chronicled. The exhibition was well presented. Truly a sacred place for the Indian Independence movement which started with the lives that were slaughtered here
That 24*365 days Flame is amazing. Well is covered properly to avoid any kind of loss of Human Life. One must stay there for at Least one hour to experience soul of place. Must Donate Blood in camp managed outside the Bagh.