Although she plays the negative character of Maya on Yaare Nee Mohini, Aishwarya Baspure is so much more than that. Apart from hanging out with her besties and clicking amazing pictures of herself in beautiful traditional outfits, Aishwarya also likes to take solo trips. Yes! That’s right!
You will not believe what Muttu did to Sushma in this episode:
Solo trips are important if you want to disconnect from your daily monotonous routine. Also, these trips teach you so many life lessons. The Golden Temple, for example, is a brilliant idea for a solo trip because of the sheer serenity of the place itself. The areas around this pious temple are also worth the visit.
If you are planning to visit the Golden Temple, here are a few interesting things you too can do around there.
1. Feel patriotic at the Wagah Border
Just an hour away from the Golden Temple is the Wagah Border which is basically a partition by road between India and Pakistan. If you are visiting the Golden Temple, this is a must-go-to place. Maya too went to the border to enjoy the ceremony that takes place there.
2. Revisit history at the Jalianwala Bagh
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This memorial park in Amritsar was built to commemorate the massacre of peaceful celebrators including unarmed women and children who lost their lives during this 20th-century massacre.
3. Get a sense of royalty at the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum
From archival records to Sikh warrior attires and much more, the museum is the perfect place to see unique artifacts that belonged to the time when Maharaja Ranjit Singh ruled the place. Some of these artifacts include paintings, miniatures, coins and weapons.
4. Shop your heart out at Hall Bazaar
Shopping on your mind? Then Hall Bazaar is just the place for you. After your visit to the temple, make sure to visit the Hall bazaar located within two kilometres in distance. From handicrafts to home décor items, you can get pretty much everything here, if you know how to bargain!
5. For a tryst with nature, go to the Harike Wetland
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Time for some mingling with nature at the Harika Wetland, the place where the Beas and Sutlej rivers meet. More like a bird sanctuary on water, this is the best place to visit if you are a nature lover. Various species of birds are known to migrate every year even from the Siberian and Arctic regions!
Aishwarya looks very happy on her solo trip. It makes me want to leave on a solo trip too.
Have you ever visited the Golden Temple? Which place in the North would you like to take a solo trip to? Let us know your thoughts and comments in the section below with #SoloTraveller.
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