Host City - Amritsar

The Golden Temple
The Golden Temple (also known as the Harmandir Sahib) is a gurdwara located in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. It is the preeminent spiritual site of Sikhism.
The gurdwara is built around a man-made pool (sarovar) that was completed by the fourth Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das, in 1577. In 1604, Guru Arjan placed a copy of the Adi Granth in Harmandir Sahib. The Gurdwara was repeatedly rebuilt by the Sikhs after it became a target of persecution and was destroyed several times by the Mughal and invading Afghan armies. Maharaja Ranjit Singh, after founding the Sikh Empire, rebuilt it in marble and copper in 1809, and overlaid the sanctum with Gold foil in 1830. This has led to the name the Golden Temple.
Timings: 0500hrs – 2200hrs IST

Ram Tirtha
Located 12 Km west of Amritsar on Chogawan road, dates back to the period of Ramayana, Rishi Valmiki’s hermitage. The place has an ancient tank and many temples. A hut marks the site where Mata Sita gave birth to Luv & Kush and also, still extant are Rishi Valmiki’s hut and the well with stairs where Mata Sita used to take her bath. The Bedis of Punjab (Guru Nanak Dev, the founder Prophet of Sikhism was a Bedi) trace their descent from Kush and Sodhis (the 10th Prophet of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh was a Sodhi) from Luv. A four day fair, since times immemorial is held here starting on the full moon night in November. 16 kilometres west on Choganwan road is Ram Tirath, commemorating Maharishi Valmiki Ji´s heritage.
Timings: 0600hrs – 2000hrs IST

Jallianwala Bagh is a historic garden and ‘memorial of national importance’ close to the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar, Punjab, India, preserved in the memory of those wounded and killed in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre that occurred on the site on the festival of Baisakhi, 13 April 1919. The 7-acre site houses a museum, gallery and several memorial structures. It is managed by the Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Trust. It was renovated between 2019 and 2021. In 1919, in response to excluding Mahatma Gandhi from visiting Punjab, the secret deportation of Saifuddin Kitchlew and Satyapal on 10 April and the reactions to the Rowlatt Act, Punjab had witnessed attempts of Indians to gather and protest.
Timings: 0630hrs – 1600hrs IST. Must Do : Light and Sound Show: In the evening, you can take seats for the light and sound show at Jallianwala Bagh. It’s an informative one-hour program narrated from Udham Singh’s perspective (voiceover by Amitabh Bacchan, the Bollywood actor). It starts every day at 7 PM in Summer and 5 PM during the Winters.

The lowering of the flags ceremony at the Attari-Wagah border is a daily military practice that the security forces of India (Border Security Force, BSF) and Pakistan (Pakistan Rangers) have jointly followed since 1959. The drill is characterized by elaborate and rapid dance-like manoeuvres and raising legs as high as possible, which have been described as "colourful". It is alternatively a symbol of the two countries’ rivalry, as well as brotherhood and cooperation between the two nations.
At the international border between India and Pakistan, the pomp and pageantry of the Beating Retreat and the Change of Guard occur within the handshaking distance of the Indian and Pakistani forces. Wagah, an army outpost on the India-Pakistan border between Amritsar and Lahore, is an elaborate complex of buildings, roads and barriers on both sides.
Timings: 1000hrs – 1600hrs IST Wagah Border Ceremony: 1615hrs IST (In winters) 1715hrs IST (In summers)

War Memorial
The museum immortalizes the bravery of the soldiers of Punjab, displayed throughout with a spirit of patriotism. Built in both a traditional and modern architectural style, it houses a state-of-the-art gallery where Punjab's martial tradition and military campaigns can be viewed. Numerous illustrations, photographs, paintings, artefacts, weapons and interactive panels can be found here, letting the tourists go back in time. The museum has a collection of photographs of the 1965 and 1971 war. A mural has been built to commemorate the work and pay tribute to the 21 Sikh soldiers who were martyred in the 1971 war. Much like the Gobindgarh Fort, the walls are constructed with the Nanakshahi brick. Tourists can travel back 3 eras, through the pre-British, British and post-independence periods with the special light and sound show organised here. The 7D auditorium is a must-do experience during your visit here, transporting visitors to the war zones of the past.
Timings: 1000hrs – 1700hrs IST. Must Do: Light and Sound Show

The Partition Museum is a public museum located in the town hall in Amritsar, India. The museum aims to become the central repository of stories, materials, and documents related to the post-partition riots that followed the division of British India into two independent countries: India and Pakistan. The museum was inaugurated on 25 August 2017.
In 1947, British India was divided into India and Pakistan. The partition lines, drawn on a map by the British lawyer Cyril Radcliffe, divided the states of Punjab into West Punjab and East Punjab on the basis of religion. As a result, millions of people found themselves on the wrong side of the border overnight.
Museum Timings: 1000hrs – 1800hrs IST

Gobindgarh Fort is a historic military fort located in the center of the city of Amritsar in the Indian state of Punjab. The Fort was until recently occupied by the army but was opened to the public from 10 February 2017. Today the fort is being developed as a museum and theme park, as a repository of Punjab’s history.
Popularly known as the Bhangian da Killa (fort of the Bhangis) after its 18th century founder belonging to Bhangi Misl of Dhillon Jats rulers. Sandhawalia Jat ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh renamed it in the early 19th century after the 10th Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh.
Fort & Show Timings: 1000hrs – 2200hrs IST
SHER E PUNJAB : Timings : 1000hrs - 2045hrs IST Language : Punjabi with English Subtitles
KANDHA BOLDIYAN NE : Timings :- Whispering Walls (Punjabi): 2015hrs IST | Whispering Walls (English): 2045hrs IST
PAGDI AND SIKH ART MUSEUM : Timings: 1000hrs – 1930hrs IST
TOSHAKHANA : Timings: 1000hrs – 1700hrs IST(Tuesday- Sunday) ( NOTE: Closed on Monday & Govt. holidays)
WARFARE MUSEUM : Timings: 1000hrs – 1700hrs IST (Tuesday- Sunday) ( NOTE: Closed on Monday & Govt. holidays)

APSICON 2022, Secretariat Office
Dr. Ravi Kumar Mahajan, Org. Chairman
Amandeep Hospital, Model Town,
G.T. Road, Amritsar, Punjab 143001
Phone: +91 9988106272

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