The Golden Temple is one of the oldest places of worship for Sikhs in India. It is located in Amritsar, Punjab. The temple is surrounded by an artificial lake with many exotic fishes.
The entire top of the temple is made of pure gold, which adds a lot of unique beauty to the temple. The temple was originally said to be ungilded.
It was during the reign of Punjab ruler Landjide Singh in the early 19th century that the temple was completely renovated and transformed into what it is today.