Golden Temple (Amritsar, Punjab).

The Golden Temple is the main temple of the Sikh religious community. Its original name is “Sri Harmandir Sahib” – meaning the House of God. It is also called Gurudwara. Sikhism believes that everyone in the world is equal. The rich, the poor, the educated, the uneducated, the uneducated, all are equal. This is the principle. There is a langarkhana in the temple, where everyone is fed for free 24 hours a day. Anyone can go and eat there anytime. A song from the movie “Raab Ne Bana De Jodi” was shot here. There is Akal Takat and they are Taran Sahib inside the Harminder Sahib / Golden Temple area.

 

 

 

 

* The temple was built in the sixteenth century (156 AD to 1604 AD).

* It is visited by about 100,000 people every day.

* The pinnacle of the Golden Temple is made of pure gold.

* In the communal kitchen of the temple, about 75,000 devotees take langar (food) every day.

 

 

 

 

How to get there: –
From Dhaka by bus / train from Kolkata-Kolkata to Rajdhani Express by train from Delhi-Delhi by train Amritsar-Golden Temple ….

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