Bangla Sahib Gurdwara, Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, Guudwara Bangla Sahib Delhi
Bangla Sahib Gurdwara is a place of historical and religious importance in India. Dedicated to the eighth Sikh Guru, Sri Harkishan Sahib, located near Connaught Place Market in New Delhi. The main hall is kept simple, except in the open central shrine, covered by a small golden dome sporting a sculpted bronze cupola. devotional music that is broadcast throughout the complex continuously. There is a high school senior, Baba Baghel Singh Museum, a library and a hospital in the Gurdwara complex. The holy water from Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, known as' Amrit, is said to have miraculous powers of healing the sick.
Before entering the shrine, the devotees take a holy dip in the sacred pond, known as' Sarovar. The birth of Guru Sahib and Sri Harkrishan anniversary of the death of Maharaja Ranjit Singhji is celebrated every year. "Langar 'or Community Kitchen Hall is organized on the east side of the complex. In this case, is served free food to all devotees, irrespective of caste, creed or condition. You can visit the main complex only bare, head coverings and a conservative dress that covers the legs and shoulders.
According to the legend related to this Gurdwara, the seat of Guru Sahib was disputed and Ram Rai, brother of Harkishan, sought help from Aurungzeb. Aurungzeb called Guru Harkishan to Delhi, where he was feted by royalty Mirza Raja Jai Singh in his own palace, along with Diwan Dargah Mull, Bhai Gurditta Ji, Bhai Mati Das Ji and the mother of the Guruji. Later this fabulous mansion became a Gurdwara in the memory of Guru Sahib and was called as Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. This sanctuary has also had the honor of hosting sixth Guru Sri Hargobind Sahib, on arrival in Delhi.