Gurudwaras in Bangalore
Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Saheb
Getting to this place
While you visit the gurudwara have a holy dip at the beautiful Sarover (tank) in front of the stairs of the gurudwara. In these tanks water of Sri Nanak Jhira has been directed for pilgrims so that they can take a holy dip.
- Guru ka langar, a service to provide food that is free of any cost is given to all pilgrims.
- There is a Sikh museum in the building here, where in the history of Sikhism is depicted in the form of painting and picture.
- This gurudwara every year, is visited by nearly 4-5 lakhs of people.
- Around 30000 people visit this place per day during the major festivals such Guru Nanak’s birthday, Dussehra and Holi
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Bangalore
This structure increases the beauty of the Kensington Road which is also known as Gurudwara Road. On Sundays pilgrims are offered with ‘guru ka langar"or free meals.
Gurudwara Janam Asthan bhai Sahib Singh ji in Bangalore
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