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Gurdwaras In Delhi You Must Go To Seek Blessings!

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Priya Aurora
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Delhi has played in a significant role in the history of India and it holds an important place in the Sikh religion too. At one time it was the most revered seat of power and one of those rare places which were visited by all the ten Gurus.

Every Gurdwara in Delhi has an interesting story to tell. You could be of any faith, but you will still be welcomed with open arms and warm hearts here.

When in Delhi, be sure to visit these Gurdwaras.

Gurdwara Bangla Sahib

This Gurdwara is one of the most well known Gurdwaras in  New Delhi.. It is located in the heart of Connaught Place which is one of the most famous places in Delhi by itself. Built in the sacred visit of SRI GURU HARKARISHAN JI to Delhi. At the request of Mughal King Aurangzeb and through the persuasion of Mirza Raja Jai Singh of Amber, GURU SAHIB agreed to come to Delhi.

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Gurdwara Banda Bahadur

This historic Gurdwara is located in Mehrauli and is close to the Qutab Minar. In the grounds of this Gurdwara Banda Bahadur Singh ji was executed along with his forty followers. There never was a warrior more courageous and fearless than him.

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Gurdwara Mata Sundari

The Gurdwara is close to the Maulana Azad medical College. The Gurdwara is dedicated to the wife of Guru Gobind Singh ji, who was also the  mother of Khalsa.

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Gurdwara Moti Bagh

The gurdwara is located on the MG Road on your way to RK Puram. Guru Gobind Singh ji had camped at this site at the time of war. It is one of the holiest places for Sikhs and sees a steady flow of devotees.

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Gurdwara Bala Sahib

The Gurdwara was built in the memory of the eight Sikh Guru and his two wives. The eight Guru Harkrishan Sahib was known among his followers as a compassionate Guru. He was cremated at the spot where the Gurdwara stands today.

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Gurdwara Damdama Sahib

The Gurdwara is very close to Aurangzeb’s tomb and dates back to 1783. The Gurdwara is famous for the Hola Mohalla which is celebrated here every year, with lots of joy and festivities.

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Waheguru waheguru…

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