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Durgiana Mandir

The historical Durgiana Mandir is located in the holy city of Amritsar. This temple holds a prominent place in the Hindu history as it is believed that Lord Rama visited this place during one Ashwamedh Yagya when He was the king of Ayodhya. This temple was the worshipping place for Saint Valmiki, who wrote the epic Ramayan and birth place of Luv-Kush, the two sons of Lord Rama. Continue reading »

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Victoria & Albert Museum

Almost certainly the richest source of Sikh artefacts, arts and arms outside of India and arguably in the world. On display within Nehru gallery are a number of Sikh arms including a complete Nihang Dastaar Bunga and the stunning Golden Throne of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Within the reading room are dozens of very important paintings in the Kangra style and a number of rare publications. Continue reading »

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