War Memorial & Museum
War Memorial & Museum
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Nostalgiyeah
Bothell, WA2.084 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mar 2024 • Solo
This museum is a fitting tribute to the heroes of the Indian armed forces, who battle for the well being of the country on a daily basis. The artefacts and dioramas in the museum are carefully curated and well displayed. Entry to museum is Rs. 150, there is a 7D show as well which costs an additional Rs. 50, but the theater was not functional on the day I visited. The entrance to the museum has a decommissioned MiG-23 fighter aircraft, and the center of the museum complex has a large 45 meter sword soaring tall into the sky, a tribute to the courage and resilience of the people of Punjab, in the service of the nation. The museum also has a Pakistani fighter tank that was captured by the Indian Army during the 1971 War.

Museum is split into eight galleries, arranged in a sequential order. The galleries were as follows:
Gallery 1- Orientation.
Gallery 2- Guru Hargobind Ji till rise of Sikh Empire.
Gallery 3- The Sikh Empire And Anglo-Sikh Wars.
Gallery 4- British Rule up to Partition (1846-1947), including the 1857 Mutiny.
Gallery 5- Jammu and Kashmir Operations 1947-48.
Gallery 6- Indo China War 1962.
Gallery 7- Indo-Pak Wars (1965-1971).
Gallery 8- Kargil War 1999.

The first gallery displays different type of weapons used by Sikhs, from swords to pistols and rifles. There are also displays of heavy artillery guns, and the displays of different weapons are accompanied by text with a brief description and/or history of the weapons. Next few displays go into the history of Punjab - from the days of Indus Valley Civilization and Alexander to evolution of Sikhism and the Gurus of Sikhism. There are good depictions of important battles in Punjabi/Sikh history and Sikh warriors and kings, especially Maharaja Ranjit Singh are celebrated. Their achievements and battles they fought are elucidated very beautifully. The dioramas depiction of historic events are carefully crafted and it is impressive the amount of effort that has gone into curating this museum.

The final galleries relate to the wars India fought and the role played by members of the Indian army, Navy and Air Force. Each gallery is dedicated to one war time - there is one for the war fought in 1947-48, India China war in 1962, Pakistan war in 1971 and Kargil War in 1999. The galleries are arranged with detailed descriptions of some of the important events leading up to/in the war. I was particularly impressed with the depictions of some of the key battles fought in the various wars, the depictions were life-like and moving. The curation of visual experience in the museum is particularly impressive. War Heroes are celebrated, with life size photos/murals with descriptions of their acts of valor.

Beautiful and probably unique museum, in a culture renowned for warriors, this is a fitting tribute to Punjabis and Indians serving in the armed forces. If you are a military, history or a museum buff, this is a site where you can spend hours without realizing!
Scritta in data 20 aprile 2024
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jeypee satapathy.Orissa
Bargarh, India297 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
ott 2023 • Amici
Nice place but you must have a minimum 3 hours to see all rooms .very attractive campus .you can visit this place on the way to wagha attari boarder
Scritta in data 25 ottobre 2023
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Kevin S
Pontypridd, UK6.890 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
giu 2023 • Coppie
The Sikhs are a warrior race. That is warriors, very different to violent. Proud military traditions. And this museum represents all that through their history in a very comprehensive way. Lots of information boards and 8 different exhibition sections filled with historic items from hundreds of years ago up to recent times.
Scritta in data 2 luglio 2023
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Pramod Bansal
Bangalore, India13 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2022
Very Impressive. One must visit to understand details about the aromoury and our history of wars.

7D show is amazing.
Scritta in data 12 dicembre 2022
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sonpam
23 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ott 2022
this was one of the highlight visits of my Amritsar trip. A must-visit place, en route to the Attari-Wagah border. You will be able to experience its real feel only if you take a guide as this place is quite big and inclusive of stories of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and our Indian army. The guide will help you through the whole area and you will be mesmerized to experience the brave stories of our army and maharaja along with the models of characters created. It will take you 1 hour or more depending on how interested you are in the stories to complete the whole trip to the museum. little disappointed with their 7 D show, as we were sitting on the last seat and not had enough leg space, so when the row in front of us moved backward it literally crushed our foot...i doono if it's the same with other rows as well.
Scritta in data 18 ottobre 2022
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Mandar K
8 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
set 2022 • Amici
Splendid place to visit. Covers the vividly rich history of Punjab right from Harappan times through to the Sikh empire through to the most recent wars in India (Kargil). The place is enormous with 9 galleries. For knowledge/history buffs budget at least 3-4 hours to absorb all the tableaus and exhibits. Quite close to Amritsar airport (30 minutes) en route to Wagah border. Would love for even more interactive and richer content to be displayed.
Scritta in data 18 settembre 2022
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Windel C
2 contributi
Punteggio 1,0 su 5
set 2022
Waste of time, the people working there don`t know anything, they don`t understand or speak english.
Scritta in data 9 settembre 2022
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JackPC32
Exeter, UK511 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2021
It illustrates the contribution of Sikhs in the freedom fights and highlights the war that India had, especially with Pakistan, post-Independence. It provides details of the creation of Bangladesh and how Indian soldiers played an essential role in it. A well-maintained place and one can get a lot of information on the history of India.
Scritta in data 30 dicembre 2021
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Adil Rashid
175 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ago 2021
Nice museum and everything and every historical monument and sample is available in there and is a ticket in there.
Scritta in data 29 novembre 2021
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SahilChrungu
Nuova Delhi, India1.579 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
lug 2020 • Amici
Punjab State War Heroes Memorial and Museum showcases the fabulous Bravehearts of Punjab. The museum immortalizes the bravery of the soldiers of Punjab, displayed throughout with a spirit of patriotism. Built in both a traditional and modern architectural style, it houses a state-of-the-art gallery where Punjab's martial tradition and military campaigns can be viewed.

Numerous illustrations, photographs, paintings, artefacts, weapons and interactive panels can be found here, letting the tourists go back in time. The museum has a collection of photographs of the 1965 and 1971 war. A mural has been built to commemorate the work and pay tribute to the 21 Sikh soldiers who were martyred in the 1971 war.

Much like the Gobindgarh Fort, the walls are constructed with the Nanakshahi brick. Tourists can travel back 3 eras, through the pre-British, British and post-independence periods with the special light and sound show organised here. The 7D auditorium is a must-do experience during your visit here, transporting visitors to the war zones of the past.

With its proximity to the Indo Pak International border, the museum is a prime attraction for tourists before the Beating Retreat ceremony at the Wagah border. The chief appeal of this fascinating museum is the 45-metre stainless steel sword preserved at the centre of the place. The sword represents the strength and courage of the people defending the nation at the peak hour of war. The glorious sword is placed on a water body with 3500 martyr names inscribed on the memorial wall.

The decommissioned aircraft carrier ship MiG-23, INS Vikrant, and 3 tanks are also exhibited here. Not only does this place serve as a tourist destination, but the museum also stands as a constant source of inspiration for the youth and a reminder of the sacrifices for freedom.

The Entrance fees per person is Rs.100/-
Scritta in data 5 giugno 2021
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