Mouni Roy Shares Snippets Of Amritsar Diary; Visits Golden Temple Of Amritsar

Mouni Roy
by Sanmita A
by Sanmita A 115

Actor Mouni Roy is known for her love of reading, travelling, dancing and food. Mouni Roy recently shared pictures from her travel to Amritsar with her friends. She shared a series of pictures of all she was doing in Amritsar. She captioned the post with a heart and the holy trident of Sikhs. Mouni Roy made sure, she shared glimpses of her stay, praying in front of the Golden temple, a car mirror selfie, reading a book by the famous writer Murakami, strolling through the city, the food she ate and lastly, a picture of the magnificent Golden Temple.

Mouni Roy Travel Diaries

This isn’t the first time that Mouni Roy is sharing her travel stories. She keeps posting them from time to time – with snippets of food, wine, and all the places she visits to satiate her wanderlust. Prior to her Amritsar visit, Mouni Roy celebrated her five-month of wedding with her husband by visiting a destination by the waters.

 

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Sitting By The Lake & Witness The Majestic Structure

While visiting the holy Golden Temple in Amritsar, there are a number of things you must not miss out on. Starting from praying by the lake, relishing a meal at the temple, sitting by the edge of the lake to helping in the community kitchen. The Golden Temple provides an opportunity to visitors to ground themselves and feel content within the holy premises.

We ensure that you’ll be touched by the healing vibes of the Golden temple every time you’re here!

Also Read – 5 Best Hotels In Amritsar To Book On Your Next Golden Temple Darshan

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