Jallianwala Bagh is noted for its most notorious blood bath during British reign. Today, this place has been converted to a beautiful park and it has a lovely garden as a honour and remembrance to the people who were killed by the English butchery. There is a narrow alley between the houses which leads us to the lawn of the garden. At the entrance of the garden there is a memorial plaque (sthupa) which commemorates the history. And there is a large well on the north side of the garden in which number of people were drowned, who tried to escape from the bullets. It is said that about 120 bodies were pulled out of the well. And remnants of the garden’s walls have been conserved to show the bullet holes. At the east end of the Bagh there is a big memorial built in memory of those who died in this martyrdom.