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Punjab's millitary pride, India's millitary Pride beautifully captured through exhibits which when heard silently tends to speak their own history. A good place to be if u love to know the struggles of war India faced through ages!
Here you can experience the history of the numerous campaigns waged by military. You can also experience a motion assisted video of the highlights explained in the theater. There are tanks, planes, and all sorts of weaponry on display. Pretty cool exhibits.
This place is located on the way to wagah border - plan for atleast 2 to 3 hours here if you want to go through all the exhibits. Exhibits range from wars in alexander's period to Kargil. You get to read\hear a lot of history....More
You will like it if you are interested in a brief history of the region, right from Harappa to recent wars the Indian army fought. The exhibits are made like the museums in foreign countries. Only problem we faced was that there is too much...More
Super Awesome. Recommended to visit at 5PM. Finish three tiny museums in two hours with lots of selfies. Then enjoy the best 7D show of Maharaja Ranjitsingh. Attend the history of Punjab and India on a musical show (like Akshardham Delhi, but without water) which...More
Thought it is very important and ambitious project by Govt. of Punjab, in my personal opinion, is an average experience when especially the story of war and freedom has got so much more to explore. The memorial has monumental stainless steel Sowrd and picturesque murals....More
It was not planned visit.we were heading towards wagah border ceremony but on the way I saw very tall sword while crossing the one big gate called India gate I think...it was very informative place.They have different galleries in each gallery there is a different...More
Yes to what the person above has said . Best done en route to Wagah. There is a lot to read in the displays so if you are the type to read EVERYthing you should go early. By lunch time so you can finish and be at Wagah by 3... More
Yes to what the person above has said . Best done en route to Wagah. There is a lot to read in the displays so if you are the type to read EVERYthing you should go early. By lunch time so you can finish and be at Wagah by 3 or so to get good seats.