Unlike many historical sacred sites, the Golden Temple of Amritsar is still fully alive with religious fervour and sacredness, and visitors are welcomed to join in the experience. Although the building itself has great historical and architectural interest, it is the Golden Temple’s great spiritual meaning for Sikh believers (and others) that is most memorable to visitors. In a country that is exceptionally rich with vibrant devotion, Frommer’s rates the Golden Temple “the most tangibly spiritual place in the country.” Patriotic songs rent the air as the confrontation to begin, when tall sentries from each country would rise their leg high enough for their boots to touch their headgear and stamp the ground hard enough for the impact to be heard over the cheers of spectators. National Flag could fly only between sunrise and sunset, and that the flag should always be hoisted briskly but lowered ‘slowly and ceremoniously’, one can safely assume that the flag-lowering ceremony at the Wagah border dates right back to the time of Partition. Jaliwalan Bagh a public garden which was full with laughs, prayers and hope with-in few minutes turned into the crematorium, the ground was hallowed the mingled blood of about two thousands of Hindu, Sikh and Muslims, who were shot by the British bullets on 13th April 1919.