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Maha Raja Ranjit Singh's Statue, Amritsar

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  • Maha Raja Ranjit Singh was great warrior and leader in the sikh history. His Statue reminds us of our glorious past. 
  • Maharaja ranjit singh's statue is very famous in amritsar due to its beautiful art. Its a very big statue and the area is surrounded with a greenery garden. Its a peaceful place to go. 
  • As is known, any monument is a tribute to the history. Whether of the individual or event. That's such a big monument-a rider on a horse-rises in the center of Amritsar and easily review even while driving by, and the whole story about it we have heard from the Guide. The monument was erected in honor of Randžida Singh-Maharajah of Punjab. It was called "the lion of Punjab". He was a fearless warrior and a liberator capable administrator and ruler. He brought law and order to Amritsar, was against the death penalty, treated equally to Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims, calling for unity, irrespective of their origin, than earned respect. Ranjit Singh was considered invincible Commander and initiated the modernization of the army according to European standards. Interesting fact from the life of the maharajas. Once asked why he had one eye (he lost his eye after an illness in childhood). What Maharaj replied that his only eye is like the Sun, possessing splendor and brightness. And this allows you to see more and more acute. So it is important for both personality and Amritsar of Punjab.
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