Rambagh is the alluring garden in Amritsar that is famed to hold the summer palace of the erstwhile ruler of Punjab, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, now converted into a museum. Formerly known as the Company Garden, this picturesque spot was renamed by the king as a tribute to the great sage and the founder of the city, Guru Ram Das Ji. A replica of the Shalimar Gardens at Lahore, Rambagh is one of the must visit places in Amritsar.
Coniferous trees, herbal plants and water channels fitted with fountains and golden fish are scattered across the garden. Amidst the greenery, Rambagh holds the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama that depicts the life events of the great ruler though 3-D montages.
The entrance to the garden is marked by a huge fortified gate at the periphery while the far end boasts a lively statue of the king saddled on a horse in a winsome posture.