Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Tours

According to local Sikh belief, a boy prophet by the name of Sri Guru Hari Krishan Sahib moved among poor Hindu and Muslim communities during a time of small pox and cholera in New Delhi in the seventeenth century, distributing sanctified water to the sick which was believed to cause miraculous healing. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib his dedicated to his memory.

The most important place of worship for Sikhs in New Delhi, this golden-domed gurudwara still distributes sanctified water to devotees who come from around the world seeking its healing properties. Unlike many Hindu temples, non-Sikhs are welcome into the gurudwara, where it’s possible to listen while hymns are sung from the Granth Sahib (the Sikh scriptures) or take prasad, the Sikh equivalent to Communion.

Practical Info

Visitors to the gurudwara are required to remove their shoes and socks and cover their heads. The gurudwara has head scarves for use free of charge.
Address: Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh 110001, India
Hours: 4am to 9pm
Admission: Free; donations appreciated
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