Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, New Delhi

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Golden domes and ornate carvings accentuate the profile of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, the site of some of the final acts of Harkrishan Dev, a Sikh guru. Originally constructed in the 17th century and largely rebuilt after World War II, the building lies on one edge of an extensive reflective pool. Explore the compound, wandering under arcade walkways on your way to the temple itself. Be sure to follow posted procedures before entering, which include washing your feet. Before you head to New Delhi, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly New Delhi tour site , to make sure you see all that New Delhi has to offer, including Gurudwara Bangla Sahib.
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  • A dome shaped pious place to worship and go in lap of God where you can feel positive and energetic.  more »
  • It feels Very peaceful n blessed on visiting thr. Very neat and clean environment .Specially in night if you can to spend some time in peaceful place it’s the best place in delhi.  more »
  • Very much a local as well as a tourist place of worship. As with others they feed thousands a day free of charge. Unlike some the temple sits to one side of the Tank rather than in it. Well worth a vi...  more »
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  • This beautiful temple offers an incredibly thorough view of the Sikh practice of Langar. A free vegetarian meal is given to any visitor, without distinction of religion, caste, gender, economic status or ethnicity and served at a communal table. You are allowed to walk about freely and view the kitchen prep and serving areas with no judgments and a welcoming smile from everyone. The temple itself is absolutely beautiful and they allow photography. It is a unique and special experience. Tips: Entrance is free Shoes and socks must be removed before entering. The temple is extremely clean so don’t worry. There is a separate room for tourists where someone will watch shoes for you. Men and women must cover their heads. Scarves are provided or you could bring your own kerchief or bandana
  • This Gurudwara is on main road and have very vast ground. This is a religious place for all peoples mostly for Sikhs who follow their gurus. The place is very clean and beautiful. All the work here are done by volunteers who are can be anyone from a very poor to a billionaire. Here is a big pond also inside the Gurudwara where lot of fishes are there. A beautiful and spiritual place to visit.
  • Nice and calm place. Nice aura overall. The services are very good. Ample space for parking easy to reach. Food is very good here. Theres a pond in the middle in which there are fishes and the water in the pond is considered to be very holy and have spiritual values.
  • It is an awesome place to visit. You will for sure feel a kind of calm and peace at this place! Serene view and a place for photography! Have been to this place several times still whenever i go to this place it feels like the very first! A place to feel your inner self. Explore!
  • It's a place to worship not only for Sikh community, it's for a whole mankind, beautiful place with all arrangements situated near GPO, Bangla Sahib Road, New Delhi. You can find eternal peace and the way of life. There is also a museum inside, which depicts the story of this place and Sikh religion One must visit this place. Loved this place.

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