Amritsar’s old city is home to a network of underground passages that date back to its bloody past. These tunnels saved the life of a woman who defended Amritsar against a Maharaja and were places where ‘neighbours’ met to plot against each other.
The Jallianwala Bagh massacre was the climax of a chain of events, the final one being a formidable demonstration of Hindu-Muslim unity on 9th April 1919, the Ram Navami day, that terrified the British. Catch the fascinating story, with some very rare and never seen before photographs of those actual events in Amritsar of 1919.
The Sri Harmandir Sahib, better known as Golden Temple today, is the spiritual centre of the Sikhs, so to damage it is to strike at the very core of the community. Revisit the darkest chapter of the Golden Temple and how it rose again, despite the most vengeful designs of the Afghans