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Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, New Delhi

Categories: Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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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. To visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and other attractions in New Delhi, use our New Delhi trip builder.
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  • In the midst of the busy Delhi streest, here is a place which will make you feel quite holy. It feels quite peaceful to visit this temple. It looks quite similar to the Golden temple at Amritsar, just...  read more »
  • Peaceful bliss and serenity....a 10 min walk away from CP..offers peace and contentment like no other...visit to seek inner peace...Guru ka lungar 24x7...heavenly feeling 
  • Lavish temple with impressive gilded domes that dominate the entire complex. Sunday afternoon at the time of the prayer is packed with people. It must be descalsarse to enter and the number of shoes and slippers at the entrance to complicates the search for the own out. You should go with a guide for a complete explanation of the complex.
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  • Waheguru ji ka kalsa Waheguru ji ki fateh
  • Most soothing place I've ever been to. Waheguru ji da khalsa, waheguru ji di fateh...
  • Shri Harkrishan Dhiyaye Jis Dithe Sab Dukh Jaaye,,,
  • My favourite place in Delhi. Sophisticated. Dignified. Full of purity. The pond inside is full of various fishes. There's separate area for male and females to get bath in its pioused water. Don't forget to savour Langar and kadha prasad. It's yum.
  • I have no words to describe.. Just go and visit.. evening hours are mostly recommended.. Visit the place..sit down there for a while.. It's peaceful.. I listen those bhakti songs they sing.. mostly I cry silently..then do some work over there.. maybe in lunger.. or in drinking water distribution area or in shoe stands..I sit there nearby the pool area.. It's worth feeling every bit of your emotion..Go there and spend some time.. Only you know what you feel..Apne shraddha chadhao wahan.. nothing else is required..Go and experience.. It will definitely sooth your heart, mind and soul..I will be keep visiting every possible day.
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