The city gets its name from Amrit Sarovar and was founded by Sri Guru Ramdas Ji, the fourth guru of the Sikhs in about 1574 A.D. Maharaja Ranjit Singh took over full control of Amritsar by 1802 A.D and fortified the Gobind Garh Fort on modern lines. He also built the Ram Bagh Palace and the garden on Mughal lines and covered the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) in Gold and made it look as we see it today. Maharaja Ranjit Singh also built a huge wall with 12 gates around the city of Amritsar. Only one gate “The Ram Bagh Gate” stands till day. The British took over Amritsar in 1840 A.D. The best example of Indo-British architecture is the Khalsa College, designed by the famous architect Ram Singh. Heritage Walks in the city today show case some exquisite wood work and traditional architecture. The city is the cultural capital of Punjab today
25 Guest Rooms of 160 square feet to 320 square feet, spread over G+2 floors. Enjoy cozy air-conditioned rooms with an LCD / LED TV, Tea/Coffee maker and room service. All rooms are suitable for double occupancy and offers free Wi-Fi and newspaper on request. Amenities at the property include a private access, reception lounge, restaurant and full housekeeping services to ensure a smooth stay for you.
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