Golden Temple and Amritsar Gurudwaras Tour
- Golden Temple Tour
- Punjab Gurudwaras Tour
Temple & Punjab Gurudwaras
and Paonta Sahib
Sahib, Paonta Sahib & Golden Temple
Sri Hazur Sahib
Delhi - Hemkund Sahib
- Paonta Sahib - Harimandir Sahib
- Anandpur Sahib - Delhi Tour
Gurudwara Sri Hemkund Sahib :
Set amidst towering snow-capped mountains and lying beside a lake of
pristine blue water, the Sikh shrine of Sri Hemkund Sahib looks, even to
the not-particularly-pious, a place of almost unbelievable beauty and
peace. Seven peaks - known as the Sapt Sring- surround the shrine, looming
over lush green pastures. The tenth and penultimate guru of the Sikhs,
Guru Gobind Singh ji, meditated for years in these mountains, finally
leaving his earthly form and uniting with the Almighty. The star-shaped
Gurudwara Sri Hemkund Sahib, at a height of over 4,000 mt, is as such, a
memorial to Guru Gobind Singh ji and a reminder of the saint’s mission.
Sri Paonta Sahib :
Surrounded by the Sal forest and on
the bank of river Yamuna the historic town of Paonta Sahib was
founded by the tenth Sikh Guru Govind Singh Ji. When only sixteen
years old, the guru left Anandpur Sahib and on the invitation of Raja
Maidini Prakash of Sirmour, lived at this beautiful place for over four
years. The historic gurudwara commemorates his stay and interestingly the
waters of the Yamuna fall silently below this -which happened
at the Guru's behest. The word 'Paonta' means 'Space for a foot hold'.
Sri Keshgarh Sahib, Anandpur Sahib :
A birthplace of the Khalsa, it
was here on March 30th, 1699 Guru Gobind Singh baptized 5 sikhs with amrit
(sweetened water) stirred with his Khanda and called them his Five Beloved
Ones and gave them the last name ‘Singh’ which means Lion. Guru Gobind
Singh then humbly bowed before the Five Beloved Ones and asked them to
initiate Him into the Khalsa Brotherhood.
Harimandir Sahib, Amritsar :
The Harimandir Sahib
(meaning Temple of God) is also commonly known as the Golden Temple or
Darbar Sahib (Divine Court). It is situated in the city of Amritsar in
Punjab. The Golden Temple is a living symbol of the spiritual and
historical traditions of the Sikhs. It is a source of inspiration for all
Sikhs and their chief place of pilgrimage.
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Delhi - Hemkund Sahib -
Paonta Sahib - Golden Temple - Anandpur Sahib - Delhi
Day 1 : Delhi - Rishikesh (Drive 235 km)
Day 2 : Rishikesh - Joshimath (Drive 257 km )
Day 3 : Joshimath - Govind Ghat (Drive 22km - Govind Dham (Trek 13 km)
Day 4 : Govind Dham - Hemkund Sahib - Govind Dham (Trek 6 x 2 =12 km)
Day 5 : Govind Dham - Govind Ghat (Trek 13 km) - Rudraprayag ( 135 km)
Day 6 : Rudraprayag - Rishikesh (Drive 140 km) - Paonta Sahib (Drive 95 km)
Day 7 : Paonta Sahib - Amritsar (Drive 360 km)
Day 8 : Amritsar
Day 9 : Amritsar - Anandpur Sahib (Drive 205 km) - Chandigarh (110 km)
Day 10 : Chandigarh - Delhi (Drive 250 km) (Drop at Delhi Airport or your
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Do you know about
Hemkund is situated at an altitude of 4329 meters is the
highest temples in India and highest Gurudwara in the
For seven months of the year from Nov to May, this 'lake of ice'
is inaccessible, its water frozen
To local Hindus the lake is known as Lokpal, and there is a
temple dedicated to God Lakshman, who, it is said, was brought
to the shore of Lokpal after being mortally wounded in a battle
with the son of Ravana and Hanuman was then able to find a
life-giving herb from this valley.
As per Bachitra Natak, Guru Gobind Singh meditated
here. The place is described as Hemkund Parbat Sapat Sring,
the "lake of ice" "mountain" adorned with
first Sikh to pen his speculations about the nature and location
of the Guru's tap asthan was hagiographical writer Bhai Santokh
Singh in his fourteen volume Sri Gur Pratap Suraj [Prakash]
Pandit Tara Singh Narotam, a nineteenth century Nirmala scholar,
was the first Sikh to trace the geographical location of Hemkund.
He wrote of Hemkund as one among the 508 Sikh shrines he
described in Sri Gur Tirath Sangrah.
Sardar Sohan Singh, a retired granthi from the Indian army,
found the place in 1934 and the first gurudwara was constructed