Gurdwara Sahib is the religious place for Sikhs. The word Gurdwara remains for "master – dwara" which implies through or by method for master and can likewise be called "the portal to master". A Gurdwara Sahib dependably keeps its entryways open for individuals of all religions and beliefs.
1. Sri Harmandir Sahib
Sri Harmandir Sahib is otherwise called Sri Darbar Sahib and The Golden Temple, seeing its structure made up of genuine gold. Here one can discover everything, from roof to the electric links, canvassed in brilliant shading. The name "Harmandir" was given after Hari(God) the sanctuary of God. The Gurdwara was the possibility of fifth Guru; Guru Arjan Dev Ji who needed to make a focal place for every one of the Sikhs and its development was done under the supervision of Baba Budha Ji in 1645 with its establishment laid by a Muslim holy person Hazrat Mian Mir Ji. By and by, this is the most popular and huge place of love in the Sikh religion with its entryways open from every one of the sides to individuals of all beliefs.
2. Gurdwara Sri Hemkund Sahib
Hemkund, likewise declared as Hemkunt stands for Hem – ice and Kund – bowl. The Gurdwara arranged in Uttrakhand is 15000 feet over the ocean level in the Himalayan range is a renowned focal point of journey for not simply Sikhs but rather a huge number of aficionados of all religions. As indicated by the autobiographic record of the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, he thought over this place in his past birth. This sanctuary is viewed as an encapsulation of the considerable number of standards the Sikh religion has faith in.
3. Gurdwara Sri Keshgarh Sahib
Regularly eluded as Gurdwara Anandpur Sahib, this Gurdwara is the fundamental altar of the sacred city of Anandpur (the City of Bliss) Sahib. This city was established by ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji and is a home to numerous Gurdwaras. Gurdwara Sri Keshgarh Sahib is renowned and of extraordinary significance sine it is additionally one of the five Takhats and a seat of expert for the Sikhs. The place of worship is situated in the focal point of the city which is around 95km north-west of Chandigarh.
4. Gurdwara Bangla Sahib
"Bangla" implies castle and here it alludes to the royal residence of Raja Jai Singh in which the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji stayed while on his visit to Delhi in 1664. He cured sicknesses like little pox, chicken pox and cholera which was a scourge those days with consecrated water. That water now shapes a "sarovar" which is available in the focal point of the Gurdwara and individuals take a plunge in it to expel all real and mental earth. There is additionally a renowned exhibition hall in this Gurdwara which delineates the immense Sikh history.
5. Gurdwara Ber Sahib
Gurdwara Ber Sahib is named so in light of the Ber tree which was planted here by the main Guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Presently this Ber tree has developed into a gigantic tree and the Gurdwara is arranged in Kartarpur, Punjab. As indicated by the Sikh history, Guru ji remained over this place for a long time, 9 months and 13 days. He used to bathe in the stream Kali Bein, otherwise called Kali Beri, and would reflect for a considerable length of time. In any case, one day he vanished while having shower and returned following 3 days. This was the point at which the Guru Ji chose to start lecturing Sikhism.
6. Gurdwara Manikaran Sahib
The Gurdwara Manikaran Sahib is referred to for its flawless picturesque magnificence as it is arranged in the mountains of Manali. Truly the Gurdwara has enough signifance as the main Guru; Guru Nanak Dev Ji is known to have initially gone to this place in 1574 alongside his supporters Bhai Mardana and Bhai Bala. This place is considered as the primary spot where Guru Nanak Dev Ji ruminated through his excursion and he is likewise known to perform couple of marvels here.
7. Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha
Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha is not only a renowned sikh sanctuary of Southall but rather it is likewise the greatest sanctuary in entire Europe. It is arranged on Havelock Road and Park Avenue and is known to be inherent 2003 by Sikh workers who left India in sixties and got settled in England. One of the fundamental destinations behind building this Gurdwara was to keep the decrease of Sikhism among the Sikhs in England. Produced using rock, marble and recolored glass windows alongside a plated vault, this Gurdwara can oblige around 3000 admirers. A two story exhibition, a lounge area and a library are few of its attractions.
8. Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Gurdwara
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Gurdwara arranged in Assam, is a noteworthy Gurdwara developed to stamp the visit of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in Assam in year 1505. While Guru Nanak Dev Ji went by this city, he met Shrimanta Shankardeva, the originator of Mahapuruxiya Dharma in Assam. This additionally extends this present place's significance. To stamp the affliction of Guru Ji, consistently in December, numerous Sikh aficionados gather here and they call the celebration Shahidee Guru Parv.
9. Gurdwara Bhatta Sahib
While setting out over Chandigarh expressway to Kulu and Kangra valley, in town Kotla Nihang, Ropar, is the place one can see this Gurdwara found. History tells that when the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji was coming back from Anandpur in the wake of winning the clash of Bhangani in 1745, he went to this place and approached the workers working over yonder for a place to rest. Since there was no other place, the workers pointed towards a blazing furnace. At the point when Guru Ji took his stallion over that place, the intensely hot block furnace chilled off like it respected the Guru. To celebrate this visit, Gurdwara Bhatta Sahib was built.
10. Gurdwara Data Bandi Chod Sahib
This Gurdwara situated in Gwalior, MP, is given the name Bandi Chod in light of the fact that it means the arrival of 52 Rajput rulers who were detained in the Gwalior fortification. The 6th Sikh master, Guru Hargobind Singh Ji remained in the Gwalior fortification to petition God for Jahangir's wellbeing where he met these rulers and chose to help them to get liberated. Comprising of 6 stories made up of whole marble and having entryways comprised of gold, this Gurdwara was developed in 1968 and Sant Baba Uttam Singh Ji was given the charge of its development. The Gurdwara is particularly prominent for its lovely "Palki Sahib" and a Sikh exhibition hall "Darshan Deorahi".
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