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Chandigarh is one of the sacred places due to presence of many Gurudwaras in this city. Being tagged as a planned city, its shrine values are often neglected. Though it is a newly planned advance city, it has many holy places for worship. Chandigarh being the capital city of Punjab as well, Sikh community is found aplenty here. And it is said that Sikh religion started spreading from Shivalik mountain ranges which are assumed to be older in existence than Himalayan ranges.
Chandigarh people are quite dedicated towards their community and are quite modern in their thinking to enjoy the city life.
So this city represents the perfect blend of religion and conventional culture of this region. Some of the most revered Gurudwaras in Chandigarh are:
The divine beauty of Gurudwara in Chandigarh:
Gurudwaras in Chandigarh have a striking amalgamation of Regional history with modern techniques. Entrances of Gurudwaras are divine and so splendid that people just get mesmerized to see their artistic designs. People from Sikh community usually devote their services and facilities to endeavor their spiritual devotion to the Gurudwara Sahib. These master pieces of modern architecture are internally well designed and furnished with all the contemporary facilities like Air conditioners, projectors, heaters, loud speakers, modern kitchen with solar panels depicting the fine tuning of modern technology in religious places.
The interiors of Gurudwara in Chandigarh are so alluring that once your visit is definitely worth here. Though, their interiors and designing has under gone many changes since their establishment. They are thronged by the devotees around the years irrespective of cast, mainly Gurudwara near Sector 8 and Sector 24 witness lots of devotees throughout the year.
Khooni Sahib Manimajra of Chandigarh:
It is one of the most divine places for the local people and is located in proximity to Mansa Devi Temple. Situated in the Manimajra village, Bhainsa Tiba of Chandigarh, it is believed that Guru Gobind Singhji came here from Narainpur and one Brahmin Girl used to devote her services to Guru Sahib. On his way back, Guru Sahib blessed a temple on her name here to be built before Gurudwara.
Nada Sahib Gurudwara in Chandigarh:
Nada Sahib is one of the major shrines of Chandigarh situated on the banks of River Ghaghar in the district of Panchkula. It is just 15 km away from city and possesses immense spiritual values for the devotees. It beholds many important events of history, believing that Guru Sahib rested here after winning the battle with Mughals.
A follower of Guru Gobindji served him with high spirit and enthusiasm as long as he stayed there. Pleased by his hospitality, Guru Gobindji named this Gurudwara on Nadu Shah, that follower.
Other Gurudwaras around Chandigarh:
Apart from these two, there are many other Gurudwara situated around the city and are known for their historical reminiscences with religious values. These include:
Gurdwara Sahib Sathapna Committee Address: Sector 22 D , Chandigarh Phone: 91-172-2706344 Gurdwara Sahib Shahpur Address: Sector 38 B , Chandigarh Phone: 91-172-2696935
Gurdwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha Address: Sector 37 C Phone: 91-172-2693254 Gurdwara Singh Sabha Address: Sector 19 D Chandigarh Phone: 91-9217832827
Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Address: Sector 34 D Phone: 91-172-2663108
Visiting Hours for Chandigarh Gurudwaras:
Basically Gurudwaras give free entry to devotees
visiting from around the world. These shrines can be visited since
morning 4.30 AM to 8:00 PM in the evening. During this time frame, seven
days in a week, people can offer their prayers in these Gurudwaras.
Also, the devotees can have food in Langar which is distributed as a
Prashad to all the visitors, irrespective of their caste, creed, and