The National Martyrs Memorial
HUSSAINIWALA, Hussaniwala Border Rd, Machhiwara, Punjab 152002, India
About The National Martyrs Memorial
This is a memorial built at Hussainiwala in memory of the great freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru at the banks oof Sutlej river Where they were creamted. A daily flag lowering ceremony held here jointly by the Indian and Pakistani armed forces.
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This is the Border of India and Pakistan. crossing is now closed for travelers, although a flag retreat ceremony is still held daily. it was the principal road crossing between India and Pakistan. Daily a lot of people are coming here to watch the flag retreat ceremony.
This memorial is built in the memory of the soldiers of the 7 Infantry Division who made the Supreme sacrifice on the battle field in 1965. This monument is a part of the Punjab's history and they are giving prominent care for this memorial.
This was a memorial built to honor the soldiers who died fighting against the British army at Chellianwala. This monument says about the history of freedom struggle took place in Punjab.
Situated in the confluence of river Beaz and Sutlej. One of the important and most visited wildlife sanctuaries in Punjab. This is a paradise for bird watchers and attracts thousands of migratory birds.
A huge multi sports stadium with Facilities such as indoor and outdoor games with a great playing surface and all other amenities. This stadium is an ideal place for sports such as cricket, hockey match ,athletic, basketball game tennis etc.
Also called as Golden temple. It is the holiest Gurdwara and the most important pilgrimage site of Sikhism. The temple is situated in the center of a manmade pool. this temple has a lot of history to say and is one of the most prominent gurdwaras of Punjab.
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