10 Days Delhi-Chandigarh-Amritsar Tour
Chhatra Sansad will conduct an Intern Nation Leadership Program in Delhi, Chandigarh, and Amritsar. It will be a journey in which participants will be able to imbibe the same ideals that motivate today’s leaders and visionaries.
This will enable delegates to get a better grasp on how government institutions work. Students will be one step ahead and they’ll get first-hand experience with how the 3 pillars(executive, judiciary, legislative) of democracy work.
Delhi is the capital city of India and is regarded as the heart of the nation. The city is popular for its enriched culture and heritage. Located in north-central India, Delhi, one of the country’s main urban agglomerations, is situated on the banks of the Yamuna River. Delhi is historically significant as a major commercial, transportation, and cultural hub, as well as India’s political centre. Delhi has been the capital of a number of strong dynasties and kingdoms. Throughout the region, several ruins serve as continual reminders of the area’s history. The New Delhi layout was distinguished by large straight avenues with double rows of trees on either side that connected numerous areas of interest and afforded vistas of the surrounding region. Aside from the diagonal road arrangement, the Rajpath, a huge central boulevard, was the plan’s most notable feature.
Chandigarh is India’s best-planned metropolis, with world-class architecture. It is a prominent metropolis that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana, as well as the Union Territory of Chandigarh. Le Corbusier, the famed French architect, designed and built the face of contemporary India.
Serenity and city are diametrically opposed ideals, which are belied in ‘City Beautiful.’ Chandigarh is a unique example of industrialization coexisting with the preservation of nature. The trees and plants are just as much a part of the construction designs as the buildings and roadways. The first planned city in India is a rich, affluent, spic and span, green metropolis aptly named “The City Beautiful”.
Amritsar, which means “Pool of Nectar,” gets its name from Amrit Sarovar, the sacred tank that surrounds the magnificent Golden Temple. Amritsar was founded in 1579 by Guru Ramdas, the fourth Guru of the Sikh faith. He named Amritsar after a lake he built on land given to him by Mughal Emperor Akbar. Amritsar, one of the most immaculate towns with Guru-vaani humming from the Gurudwaras, is internationally renowned for the Golden Temple, also known as Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara – the holiest Gurdwara. It is located at the end of a causeway, enclosed by the holy Amrit Sarovar tank (lake), where pilgrims bathe. This location is especially well-known for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre and its closeness to the Wagah Border. Amritsari food is very well-known. The delectable meals and copious helpings of famed Punjabi hospitality help to strike a spell on the guest. Amritsar, one of India’s most agriculturally productive cities, is well connected to the majority of the country’s major cities.