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Amritsar-Lahore Food Fest

Amritsar’s iconic SARHAD restaurant, situated midway between Amritsar and Lahore, barely 1.5 kilometres from the Indo-Pak border at Wagah on the Indian side, is a unique effort at promoting Indo-Pak PEACE THRU FOOD. SARHAD offers a range of Lahori and Amritsari cuisine in a distinctive pre-partition ambience. This PEACE THRU FOOD mission

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2017

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AMRITSAR-LAHORE REUNIONS 70 plus

The partition of India in 1947 was one of the most traumatic events of the twentieth century. The Radcliffe Line, which severed Punjab into two– East Punjab on the Indian side and West Punjab on the Pakistan side– resulted in the greatest displacement of human population in living memory. REUNIONS

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2017

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Amritsar-Lahore Bicycle Link

In pre- partition Punjab students of Khalsa College, Amritsar often cycled down to Lahore, a distance of 64 kms,  for a  hockey match against Government College, Lahore. Common people also preferred commuting between Amritsar and Lahore by cycle, though the two cities were well connected by rail and bus services.

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