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Living in the same city for over 3 decades and this was my first visit...It felt gr8 after visiting....It's smaller if compared to Bangla Sahib...but the hall and the parking space...The Langer hall...Have ample of space...Only point of suggestion would be to take Pt Pant...More
its always very peaceful and a very soothing experience to be at this historic Gurudwara.
This one marks the site of cremation of the ninth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur ji, after his martyrdom in November 1675 for saving Hindu Kashmiri Pandits, under orders...More
I visited Gurudwara Rakab as a part of a tour, I had already visited the Sikh temple in Old Delhi and loved it, here was no different. You take off your shoes and socks and cover your head to show respect. The temple is beautiful,...More
visited the Gurudwara sahib last week after quite a gap, its always very peaceful and a very soothing experience to be at this historic Gurudwara.
Lot of devotees from various walks of life were present and there was kirtan going on in the...More
Historic gurdwara which is walking distance from bangla sahib or a 5 minute drive away. Very peaceful and plenty of parking. The gurdwara marks the cremation of the ninth master. Definitely worth visiting as the story behind the gurdwara is also well written and signposted
This Sikh temple marks the place where the ninth guru, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur's worldly body was cremated after he sacrificed his life to protect the Hindus who were being forcibly converted by the Moghul Tyrant Aurangzeb in India. Not a Hindu, himself he believed...More
This Gurudwara Saheb is built on the place where Guru Teg Bahadur Ji's body was creaminated, while Guruji's sis (head) was taken to Sh. Anandpur saheb where Guru Gobind ji(Guru Teg Bahadur Ji's son) was residing. Bhai Lakhi Shah vanjara hall is also built here,...More