Archbishop of Canterbury visited the site of horrific Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar, where he said he felt a deep sense of grief, humility and profound shame. The Archbishop then laid down on floor with both hands outwards. The gesture moved many who were there on the site alongside him. It was here that the British General shot in cold blood many men, women and children and it remains to this day one of worst massacres of history. 'My first response is to pray to God for healing for those still suffering grief, loss and anger, he said.