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If anyone is visiting Bhatinda, the you must go to Talwansi Sabo once, it is one of the most peaceful place i have ever visited, even though a meal is going on few meters away from the Gurudwara, but once you enter the main area....More
Takht Sri Damdama Sahib, is one of the five takhts of Sikh Religious Authority, is the place where Guru Gobind Singh completed the first Guru Granth Sahib. It is so tranquil, of course I visited on a regular weekday and the place is massive. It's...More
Damdama Sahib is one of the five holiest takhts (temporal authority seats) of the Sikh religion. It is also known as the 'Guru Ki Kashi' (Guru's Kashi, Kashi being another name for the holy city of Varanasi)
Damdama Sahib was home to the tenth guru...More
The Takht Shri Damdama Sahib is in the Talwandi Sabo, 30 km approx from Bathinda. It is also known as Guru Ki Kashi. It is said that one day Guru Gobind Singh ji flung a handful of reed pens over the heads of the 'Sangat',...More
Amazing Gurudwara,Visited in Early Days of January 2017,As the area nearby is open,it was densely fogged at even around 10 in the morning.Best way to reach here is by personal conveyance or taxi, Else in case of Public Transportation, U need to get bus or...More
Takhat Damdama Sahib is a must for every Sikh. It offers such a deep insight into the thinking of the tenth Sik Guru who arranged for the final chapters of the Guru Granth Sahib to be written here. The buildings now also house Sikh students...More
One of most beautiful Gurdwara I have seen in India. One should must visit if you are around for any reason. I visited twice in two days. Small market outside. Peoples very humble and cooperative in Gurdwara as well as shop keepers.
If that's what you are looking for, you will get it. There are many other Gurudwaras around the main Takht Sahib, don't forget to visit each of these. There are no guides available, so keep your history lessons and web knowledge at hand. This is...More