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About Amritsar

Amritsar, also known as Ramdaspur and Ambarsar, is the second most populous city in the Indian state of Punjab, following Ludhiana. It is a significant cultural and commercial center in Punjab’s Majha area. The city serves as the administrative center for the district of Amritsar.


Amritsar had a population of 1,132,761 people according to the 2011 census. Karamjit Singh Rintu is the current mayor of the city, which is one of the ten Municipal Corporations in the state. The city lies 217 kilometers (135 miles) northwest of Chandigarh, 455 kilometers (283 miles) northwest of New Delhi, India’s capital, and 47 kilometers (29.2 miles) northeast of Lahore, Pakistan, with the Indo-Pak Border (Wagah) barely 28 kilometers (17.4 miles) away.


The Government of India’s HRIDAY scheme has chosen Amritsar as one of the heritage cities. Harmandir Sahib, also known as “the Golden Temple,” is one of Sikhism’s most spiritually significant and visited gurudwaras, located in Amritsar. The city is also well-known for producing wooden chessboards and chess pieces.

Amritsar Airport

Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport (IATA: ATQ, ICAO: VIAR) is an international airport in Amritsar, Punjab, India, located 11 kilometers (7 miles) northwest of the city. Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru and the founder of Amritsar, is honored here. The largest and busiest airport in the Indian state of Punjab is Amritsar Airport. After Delhi Airport, it is Northern India’s second largest airport. During the fiscal year 2017–18, the airport was India’s third-fastest-growing airport. It serves as a crossroads for domestic and international cargo movements. Skytrax has classified the airport as the 6th best regional airport in India and Central Asia for 2019 and 2020. Airports Council International has named the airport the best in Asia-Pacific for 2020 (2 to 5 million passengers per year).


There is only one terminal at Amritsar Airport, which handles both domestic and international arrivals and departures. The newly rebuilt and integrated terminal houses some of the greatest and most innovative facilities available. The new terminal has a capacity of 1.46 million passengers per year.

Amritsar Airport Facilities

The following services are available at Amritsar Airport:

– Free trolleys

– Free trolleys 

– Paid portage 

– VIP room 

– Lost and found 

– Restaurants and cafés 

– Information desk 

– ATMs 

– Duty free shops

Frequently Aske Questions - Dubai to Amritsar Flights

Flights between Dubai and Amritsar have resumed. There are more than 2 flights flying directly to Amritsar from Dubai on a daily basis

There is currently only one main airport in Amritsar. 

Airport name Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport

IATA                       ATQ

ICAO                       VIAR

Location             Amritsar, Punjab, India

No. of Terminals     1

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A direct flight is generally 3h 0m long.

The best months to visit Amritsar are November to March, when the weather is mild and great for sightseeing and seeing the Golden Temple. However, the temperature might drop below freezing — 4 degrees Celsius – on occasion.

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Dubai to Amritsar Summarized Flight Info

Aerial Distance

2024 KM

Weekly Flights

12 direct flights

Direct Flights

IndiGo, Air India, Air-India Express and SpiceJet

Direct Flight Duration

3h 0m

Airport Code





Dubai International Airport


Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport

Top Tourist Spots

The Golden Temple: The Golden Temple, a two-story edifice plated in actual gold and encircled by a 5.1-meter-deep manmade lake, is Amritsar’s undisputed top attraction. This renowned holy shrine is one of the most sacred places in the world for Sikhs, with many of them making pilgrimages to the temple at least once in their lives.

You must cover your hair, remove your shoes, and step through a tiny stream of running water to cleanse your feet before entering the Gurdwara complex, which houses the Golden Temple. Then, as devotees sing and soak in the water, you’ll go clockwise around the pool’s inlaid marble path.

Wagah Border Ceremony: A 31-kilometer trip west of Amritsar’s city center will take you to the Pakistani border, where a strange border-closing ceremony takes place every afternoon at twilight. The Beating Retreat Ceremony, which is full of pomp and circumstance, features goose-stepping guards from the Indian Border Security Force and Pakistan Rangers saluting each other, lowering and folding their flags, and locking the border gates.

Partition Museum: 1947 was a watershed moment in Indian history. It was not only the year that India got independence from the United Kingdom, but it was also the year that it was partitioned into two separate countries, India and Pakistan.

Tourists visiting Amritsar can learn about this pivotal time in history at the Partition Museum, the world’s only institution dedicated solely to Partition. It includes a harrowing collection of newspaper clippings, antique photographs, and oral histories from those who witnessed the bloodshed leading up to the two countries’ split and the subsequent resettling of refugees. You will gain a better knowledge of the root of rivalry between India and Pakistan as a result of this encounter.

Mandir Mata Lal Devi: The Mata Lal Devi Mandir is as strange as the Golden Temple is beautiful. According to legend, women who visit this Hindu shrine devoted to the female saint Lal Devi might increase their fertility. The labyrinthine attraction, however, resembles a funhouse to non-devotees.

You’ll go through the gaping jaws of funhouse-style animal carvings, see enormous wooden cobras, and crawl through a wet cave to the shrine of Lal Devi after wandering through dark, narrow corridors that lead to colorful rooms covered in mirrored mosaics.

Jallianwala Bagh: Another famous location in Amritsar is Jallianwala Bagh, which is located behind the Golden Temple. The public garden honors the estimated 1,500 individuals killed or injured in 1919 when British soldiers were ordered to fire on peaceful protesters demanding the release of imprisoned Indian Independence Movement leaders. Hundreds of victims hid behind the walls to avoid the shooting, and bullet holes can still be seen in the walls.

The Martyrs’ Gallery at the memorial site features images of key figures in Indian independence. You can also see an eternal flame and see a moving presentation about the victims.