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Bus From Manali to Amritsar
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Manali is a popular tourist destination of India located in the Beas River Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Having charmed the British in the pre-independence era with its natural serenity and beauty, it today appeases tourists with its rich blend of history and aesthetics. Manali offers plenty of interesting tourist attractions to keep its tourists entertained. Few of the major attractions of Manali include Rohtang Pass, Beas Kund, Hidimba Temple, Solang Valley and Rozy Falls among others. For souvenirs, tourists should visit the various government emporiums, for local handicrafts, to avoid getting duped.
Amritsar also known as Ramdaspur and Ambarsar is a city located in the north Indian state of Punjab. The city home to the sacred Harmandir Sahib also known the Golden Temple is the epicenter of Sikh religion. The city attracts millions of pilgrims and tourists on a single day, more than even the Taj Mahal. There are plenty of attractions to see and do in the region. Some of the major attractions of the region include the Ghanta Ghar, Amrit Sarovar, Akal Takht, Jalianwala Bagh, Summer Palace of maharaja Ranjit Singh and Ram tirth among others. A must do in Amritsar is have a meal at Golden Temple, which is free and delicious to say the least.