India is a country where different religions can be amalgamated. These religions enhance and diversify the country’s culture. Sikhism is one of these religions that spreads the message of peace.
It is one of the world’s youngest religions and has its roots in Indian states such as Punjab and Haryana. The Sikhism, Gurudwaras shrines show magnificent architectural pieces and tranquility. The tourists will take the famous Takht of the Sikhism these 13 days and 14 days.
This tour allows travelers in Chandigarh, Ropar, Fatehgarh, Anandpur, Amritsar, Tarn Taran, Goindwal, and Patna to explore regions that are of religious significance for Sikhism. The tour also includes visits to splendid tourist destinations like Varanasi, Agra, and Delhi.
Let us discuss some specific things about Shikism. Why everyone like to visit Shikh Temples?
A lesson in Sikhism & its rituals
If you would like to know about the Sikh, you could use the local guide to teach you about the Temple ‘s history, the religious order Sikh and its founding Gurus. The Committee of Gurudwara also carries out guided tours.
Besides this, the Guru Granth Sahib will be carried to his inner sanctuary in daily ceremonies, including ‘Prakash’ in the morning, and ‘Sukhashan,’ as the sacred book is carried on his head and set in a palanquin among holy songs.
A path all over Temple is a land of cultural turmoil that will blow your mind, a sensory surrounding of colors and sounds.
In addition to regular Indian tourists, there are numerous foreigners from different nationalities from across the country. Having luck, you’ll have the privilege of glimpsing the Sikh and Nihangs – Sikh warriors with massive, colorful turbans and traditional Punjabi vestments.
Guru Ram Das Langar
A minimum of about 50,000 visitors a day (sometimes a double number) enjoy full-blown vegetarian meals, the biggest free community kitchen in the world.
People from all walks of life are welcome to take part in the syntax. Volunteers operate the kitchen and food are provided.
Everyone is sitting on the floor in the dining room to eat, all equal without hierarchy. The food is easy but delicious. The language was featured in international television shows and films. The pure size of its operation must be experienced and the food created with a work of love.
Even when it is full of pilgrims who encircle its inner sanctuary and outer areas, the Temple emanates delightful, serene, positive vibes.
One can truly feel the sacred aura of the temple enhanced by the constant song, prayer, and reading of the Sikh’s hymns. Your environment will separate you from the outside world and plunge you into a silent, spiritual realm.
The Temple’s construction is amazing, built in the architectural style of the Sikh with influences from the Islamic and Rajputana styles. The cathedral is covered with gold and the temple is open on all four sides.
The inside of the sanctuary is lined with marble balustrades. The decoration of the interior is rich in floral and mirror designs. In copper and magnificent wall paintings there are parapets and circular pinnacles.
Amrit Sarovar is the pool around the Shrine, which is holy water for the devotees. For those who love ethnic architecture, the SikhimTemple is a must-visit.
There are 5 sacred shrines, named Panj Takht, of Sikhism in India.
In 1609, the first and most important one of the Panj Takht ‘Akal Takht’ was established by Sri Guru Hargobin Singh near Sri Harmandar Sahib.
The Supreme, Immortal Throne, Akal Takht, the Supreme, is Panj Takht. It serves as the Sikh community’s central headquarters. It is also the Sikh’s supreme power to decide on the social, political, economic, and religious welfare of the community. Sri Akal Takht ‘s decision is respected worldwide by Sikhs.
Other Gurudwaras of Panj Takhts are :
- Takht Sri Akal Takht, Amritsar
- Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib, Anandpur Sahib
- Takht Sri Damdma Sahib, Talwandi Sabo
- Takht Sri Patna Sahib, Patna Bihar
- Takht Sri Hazur Sahib, Nanded, Maharashtra
This is why people like to visit Sikh Temples. Because he satisfies the peace and happiness of the people, what do you think about Sikhism, you can say your thought below. For the latest post-stay tune Voguetraveller.