Top sacred places of Sikhs in India

The Golden Temple

The Golden TempleSri Harmandir Sahib or Sri Darbar Sahib casually called as the Golden Temple, is the holiest Gurdwara , situated in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. The fifth Guru, Guru Arjan, composed the Harmandir Sahib to be worked in the focal point of this blessed tank, and upon its development, introduced the Adi Granth, the sacred text, inside the Harmandir Sahib. The Harmandir Sahib complex is likewise home to the Akal Takht While the Harmandir Sahib is viewed as the dwelling place God’s profound property.


Anandpur Sahib

Anandpur Sahib

Anandpur Sahib was established in 1665 by the ninth Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur when he purchased a tract of land. Here on the hill of Makhowal, Guru Tegh Bahadur raised another home. The ground was broken on 19 June 1665, by Baba Gurditta. The new town was named Chakk Nanaki after the Guru’s mom, Nanaki. The place later came to be known as Anandpur Sahib.

Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a standout amongst the most conspicuous gurdwara in Delhi, India and known for its relationship with the eighth Guru, Guru Har Krishan.It was first worked as a little sanctum by General Sardar Bhagel Singh in 1783, who managed the development of nine  places of worship in Delhi.


 Patna Sahib

Patna SahibTakht Sri Patna Sahib is in the area of Patna Sahib, India. It was worked in recognition of the origination of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru on 22 December 1666. It was worked by Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780-1839), the principal Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, who likewise fabricated numerous other Gurdwara’s in the Indian subcontinent.



Takht Sri Hazur Sahib

Takht Sri Hazur SahibIt is situated on the banks of the River Godavari at the city of Nanded in the province of Maharashtra, Western India. The gurudwara inside the complex is known as Sach-Khand.The structure is worked at where Guru Gobind Singh passed on.The gurdwara was worked in the vicinity of 1832 and 1837 by request of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780–1839).





ManikaranThird Udasi, the author of Sikhism Guru Nanak resulted in these present circumstances put in 15 Asu 1574 Bikrami with his pupil Bhai Mardana. Mardana felt hungry and they had no sustenance. Master Nanak sent Mardana to gather nourishment for the langar. Many individuals gave atta (flour) to make Roti(bread). The one issue was that there was no fire to cook the food.Guru Nanak requested that Mardana lift a stone and he consented and a hot spring showed up. As coordinated by Guru Nanak, Mardana put the moved chapatis in the spring to his depression the chapatis sank.Guru Nanak at that point instructed him to go to God saying that if his chapatis drift in those days he would give one chapati in His name. When he asked every one of the chapatis began coasting properly baked.Guru Nanak said that any individual who gives for the sake of God, his suffocated things drift back.


Hemkund Sahib

Hemkund Sahib Sri Hemkund Sahib Ji, is in Chamoli area, Uttarakhand, India. It is committed to Guru Gobind Singh ji (1666–1708) and discovers specify in Dasam Granth, a work directed by Guruji himself.



Paonta Sahib

Paonta Sahib Paonta Sahib was built in the memory of the Guru Gobind Singh ji, the tenth Sikh Guru. Paonta Sahib is in  District of Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh.



Damdama Sahib

Takht Sri Darbar Sahib Damdama SahibThe Takht Sri Darbar Sahib also called as Damdama Sahib, one of the five Takhts, Takht Sri Damdama Sahib is in Bathinda in Punjab, India and is where Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru ji, arranged the full form of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib in 1705. The other four Takhts are the Akal Takht, Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib, Takht Sri Patna Sahib and Takht Sri Hazur Sahib.




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