No Internet so went straight to the Power House.

For ☬ Sikhs Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, is known as the Power House.

Landed in Amritsar and was scrambling for internet access for my laptop, but nothing was working. Went to the Golden Temple to connect my soul to the powerhouse.

It’s one of the most peaceful and serene places in the world, not for Sikhs but everyone who has ever visited.

Once I was sorted with my soul thirst-quenching, I was recharged for months.

Electric Plug Entirely opposite to my laptop, which needs A charge every few hours.

More information on Golden Temple:

The Golden Temple, or the Harmandir Sahib, is the living symbol of the historical and spiritual traditions of Sikhism. Ever since its foundation, the temple and the surrounding tank or holy nectar have been an inspiration to the Sikh community. The temple has become a significant and unparalleled establishment as a pilgrimage place.

The temple houses the Adi Granth (the first book), which is a compilation of Sikh scriptures in the Gurmukhi (archaic version of the Punjabi language) script. The Adi Granth, also known as the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, consists of 1430 pages of various devotional hymns describing God’s attributes. In October 1708, Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh master, declared the text to be his successor, thereby terminating the human line of Sikh Gurus and investing the text as the eleventh and final Guru. Sikhs firmly believe that it contains moral and religious guidance to all past, present, and future questions.