Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent Sikh houses of worship in India, located in the heart of Delhi, near Connaught Place. It is considered as one of the most sacred sites for the Sikh community and is known for its serene and peaceful environment. The gurudwara is constructed in a grand Mughal architectural style, with its stunning golden dome and white marble exterior.
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The Gurudwara Bangla Sahib was built on the site where Guru Har Krishan, the eighth Sikh Guru, stayed while he was in Delhi in 1664. The complex also houses a beautiful sarovar (pond) that is believed to have healing powers. The Gurudwara offers a range of services to visitors, including free meals (langar) that are served to everyone regardless of their social status, caste, or religion.
The Gurudwara is open to visitors of all faiths and backgrounds and provides a range of facilities such as a library, museum, and a hospital. The complex also has a community kitchen, where volunteers work together to prepare food for the langar.