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Tourist Place at Ambala


Gurudwara Manji Sahib

Gurudwara Manji Sahib was constructed at the place where the sixth Guru stayed during his visit to Ambala city. The grand building of the Gurudwara is located on the G.T. Road (Sher Shah Suri Marg). The devotees visit this shrine to have a dip in the tank nearby. They also take Amrit from the Baoli constructed by the sixth Guru, during his stay here. Gurdwara Baoli Sahib or Gurdwara Manji Sahib - Guru Hargobind is said to have stayed here overnight while on his way to meet emperor Jahangir.

St Paul's Church

St Paul's Church in Ambala Cantonment is one of the oldest churches in the region. St Paul's church, which was consecrated on January 4, 1857, was bombed during the 1965 Indo-Pak war. The bombing by a Pakistani aircraft considerably destroyed the beautiful church building and today only the church tower remains. The St Paul’s church sustained extensive damage due to the bombing. Since then, a portion of the parsonage is being consecrated and used as church. Previously, the church compound was spread over 21 acres of land and now a large area has been acquired by the Air Force authorities for a school and other purposes.

Jain Mandir

The Jain Temple is located in Jain Mohalla in Ambala district.This shrine houses four main idols of Jain deities and was established about 150 years ago according to mentions in folklore. The four idols include that of God Chandraprabha, Parshavnath, Arihant, and Shatinath. Chandraprabha was the eighth Tirthankara (Sanskrit for an omnipresent Jain Teaching God preaching Dharma) of Avasarpini or present half cycle according to Jain cosmology.

Ambika Devi Mandir

Ambika Devi Temple is the oldest temples in Ambala and is associated with the origin of the place as it is believed that Ambala derived its name from Goddess Bhawani Ambika which is said to be an incarnation of Durga. This old temple is dedicated to this deity and is located near the Old Civil Hospital. The temple was built before the British rule and houses the beautiful idols of the three deities Amba, Ambika and Ambalika. It is octagonal in shape with dome shaped roof. The most fascinating feature of the shrine is its beautiful paintings and carvings done on the walls and the roof.

Rani Ka Talab

Rani Ka Talab is a 400 year old scenic and historic pond and is situated in Ambala Cant and is manned by the army. It is surrounded by Kailash Mandir and Indra Park for travellers to stroll around. Anand market, halwai bazaar, Indra market and the pond are also few of the places which are loved by travellers. Raja Ka Talab was also constructed along with Rani Ka Talab but now Raja Ka Talab has been carved out into a modern park known as Patel Park. During the British rule, it was called as Company Bagh.

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