Tucked away in a corner near the Akal Takht lies this small shrine dedicated to the nine Guru Teg Bahadur (1621-75). It actually commemorates his visit here and consists of 12 sides.
I visited a few sikh temples on my travels around India and at each one there was either one or two large flagpoles wrapped in orange silk.
The Manji Sahib is the assembly hall and I stopped off here to have a rest as it was quiet and peaceful with a few people taking a kip on the floor.
Right outside the dining hall is this garden which is tidy and well kept and well used by families and people just generally kicking back.
This is one of the great human sights to witness inside the complex. Men bathe virtually all around the perimeter of the pool on the side known as the Parikrama.
Here is my first glimpse of Pakistan!
On the Indian side stands, there is a lot more space, but on the Pakistan side, it is divided by sex.
Amritsar has so many such scene for photos, you don't have to wait long but just stand by the street to shoot as many you like.
Street Cricket is a must when you are in Amritsar because it was our bus driver who stop the bus to watch them playing and for me to tak the photo. So I think this must be an activity not to be miss.