- published: 19 Dec 2015
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Utsav gets 10/10 in the game of heads and tails and reads his father's thoughts. A snippet caught is displayed here in this video.
One day the whole city will be converted into a jungle of concrete where no art work will be seen. So, before it happen, let us have a look at the remaining Amritsar heritage treasure. When you are passing near from them, give a look to them. A lifetime can be spend on writing about the peculiarities of each one of these sites. Punjab Tourism’s is performing heritage walk through the historical albeit congested by-lanes of the inner city. The two hour guided walk commences twice-daily from the Town Hall and culminates at the Golden Temple entrance gate. Pls share.
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