How to reach Amritsar

The Organizing Committee has great pleasure in inviting you and your colleagues to participate in the symposium. The meeting offers scope for discussing recent developments and future directions in the field of Magnetic Resonance. We are hopeful that in addition to the scientific activities, the surroundings of holy city Amritsar will make your trip memorable. Amritsar, the City of Golden Temple, is well connected to all major cities of India by a fine network of railways, road and air. The city attracts countless tourists on Pilgrimage as well as leisure tour.

By Air: The airport at Amritsar named Raja Sansi International Airport offers excellent services. The airport is well connected to other parts of the country by regular flights. The private companies such as Jet Airways, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Air India also offer flights to Amritsar from New Delhi, Birmingham and London.

By Rail: Amritsar is directly connected to New Delhi via rail route. It takes about 8 to 10 hours to reach Amritsar from New Delhi by train.

By Road: G T Road connects Delhi to Amritsar. Regular buses are available from I.S.B.T. Delhi to Amritsar. You can choose from local, semi deluxe, deluxe and super deluxe buses offered at I.S.B.T. Delhi.
If you want to reach Amritsar from places other than Delhi, then you may have to change your bus at a midway destination such as I.S.B.T. Delhi and then board again the corresponding bus, train or airplane.


IAN Website IAN Membership Form Travel Awards Young Scientist Awards IAN-2012 Broucher
Scientific Communication and Grant Writing Workshop Workshop on Neuroscience Communication
©2012, All Rights Reserved for images 2 to 5 (GNDU lab data).