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This is a-must visit place as temple of gurudwara. Kitchen must be visited to observe how food is prepared on such large scale to be offered to everyone all the time free of cost. It has a lake which is worth spending some time at....More
Beautiful Gurudwara built in the heart of the capital just a few meters from Connaught Place. Very neat and clean with beautiful srovar (Pond). Langar is also served to the devotees. There is huge underground free parking. You will have to wear scarf on your...More
I visited this holy place today with my wife. Gurudwara itself is unique place for getting peace of mind. Shabd were chanting by granthis. Huge sarovar for bathing is situated here. There is also big langar room where large number of people eats at one...More
Road to Gurudwara was littered with Sardar people having occupied the footpath completely as i visited this place on 13th December and 12th December was Guru Teg Bahadur martyr day, hence those people were there because no rooms were available inside Gurudwara for accommodation. But...More
We asked our guide to take us to a Sikh temple, as we had already visited some mosques.
He took us to this one which feeds 25000 people every day. He took us to the "foreigners" room
Where we took off shoes and covered our...More
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the holy places of Sikh. A big gurudware with Sarowar to take dip to clean your mind and soul. An ideal place to find peace. Though now-a-days for some people it is a place of picinic spot for selfies,...More
It was a very moving experience for our tour group to witness and volunteer in the large kitchen to assist the feeding of thousands of visitors to the Sikh langar ceremony. The first stage of the Gurudwara was built in 1664. It was rebuilt in...More
To feel inner calmness, this is the place to visit. When you're feeling low, this is the place to visit. When you want to know how generous people are and how they're giving food to needy people, this is the place to visit.