Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a sacred and one of the major tourist places in Delhi, India. This holy destination is famous for the sacred river and the
connection of the Gurudwara with the eighth Sikh leader ‘Guru Har Krishan’. The
complex was constructed and designed by Sardar Bhagel Singh Dhaliwal during the
Mughal Emperor reign. Located close to the Delhi’s commercial and financial
center Connaught Place, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib looks extremely charismatic with
the shining golden dome and a wonderful flagpole attracting people passing by
The history of the palace dates back to 1664 when Guru Har
Krishan lived in this bungalow during his Delhi stay period. It is believed
that people in that era suffered from cholera and chickenpox. Guru Har Krishan
cured these serious ailments by providing the patients with the holy water from
his well. The well is now known as Sarovar, which has curing properties. It
frees people from all ailments and purifies their body and soul.
This spiritual place receives thousands of visitors every
day. It is open round the clock for all tourists. A trip to Gurudwara Bangla
Sahib is a must for people who want to rejuvenate and purify their souls. The
complex is quite huge with several compartments in it. It features a higher
secondary school, a prayer hall, an art gallery, a kitchen, a hospital, a
library, and a museum. The sacred river Sarovar makes the palace super
Visitors are greeted with delicious Kada Prasad. The palace
has a special Yatri Niwas that houses tourists coming from abroad or local
cities. The holy chants (Paath and Shabads) are chanted throughout the day.
Even though Gurudwara Bangla Sahib stays crowded with locals and tourists, it
still boasts serenity. A trip to this holy place will relax your mind and fill
your soul with positivity.