It is one of the oldest temples in Amritsar and is the Goddess Lakshmi temple. Must visit to see another replica of the golden temple
The main reason for coming to Amritsar was to visit the Golden Temple. We live in Scotland & were visiting relatives. We had time on our hands & it was suggested that we visit the Durgiana Mandir. Parking was was near by, but the entrance would only allow one vehicle at a time. You have to walk along narrow street/road... More
This Hindu temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga and also Lord Laxminarayan. Looks similar to the Harmandir Sahib, however, devoid of much gold, rather silver adorns the doors of this temple. Lovely peaceful surroundings acting as a panacea to the stressed lives of ours. A visit to this temple is encouraged.
This is Durga Devi temple. Similar to the Golden Temple Harmandar Sahib, this temple is also situated in the middle of a square lake, and the dome appears to be covered in gold. But the cleanliness at the temple is not as high as that at the Golden Temple Harmandar Sahib. The floor was sticky, and sanctum sanctorum was smelly.... More
Its main area is same as Golden Temple except when we went at 4:00 p.m. there was no rush there and no queue. We could enjoy the ambience of the place. There are two temples near this temple in the same area. One was Hanuman temple which we visited.
nice serene temple in heart of city.looks similar to golden temple.lakes with clean water and fishes are visible.nice design decorations on mandir walls.must watch if you visit amritsar
The temple in itself was inviting when we had gone there. We had a nice darshan and liked the serenity. The aarti and puja was nicely done and the shank sound very soothing. We liked the place.
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