Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
4.5
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12:00 AM - 11:45 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
3:45 AM - 11:45 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:45 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:45 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:45 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:45 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:45 PM
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David D
1,083 contributions
Jan. 2023
This is where one of the Sikh gurus spent time helping the poor and needy during epidemics and food shortages. It is sacred to the Sikhs and now many pilgrims come to pay their respects, and to walk in the waters that flow through the site. As with all gurudwaras, this one provides free food to all who ask for it, and it is said that over thirty thousand people eat here daily. The gurudwara also provides medical care to those who need it. For those who visit, they should remember to be respectful and to not take pictures inside the durbar hall, as well as having all men cover their heads with one of the free head coverings provided.
Written February 4, 2023
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Andrew Jackson
Florida4 contributions
Jan. 2023 • Couples
Even after going there, it doesn't feel like we have reached here, it looks more beautiful in the evening, the light around and the gold shining from the lake, it looks like a dream, this place is a symbol of peace, tranquility and community. , cleanliness is also taken special care here, it is also true that people who come here pray for their well-being
Written January 29, 2023
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Dilraj K
New Delhi, India1 contribution
Jan. 2023 • Family
Heaven on earth. The peace you find sitting there is just cant described in words. One must go there and spend some time citing inside and listen to Shabad/ kirtan
Written January 27, 2023
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cheapbaazaar
1 contribution
Nov. 2022
Superb, because there are some vibes that I can not tell you in my words. Even there are places where everyone sits together for langer and water.
Written January 13, 2023
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PK SINGLA
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India3 contributions
Jan. 2023 • Family
My two grandsons went there last month to see and eat Langer sahib. They went from gurgaon by metro. We had instructed to put some donations too.
But they said Roti was very dry.
Written January 13, 2023
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dr ganapathi bhat
Akola, India2,550 contributions
Dec. 2022 • Family
Any major Gurudwara in India comes across as a disciplined and calm place sans beggars and trouble mongers. Gurudwara sahib is no exception. It's a huge property teeming with devotees. One need not walk an appreciable distance to gain entry into the darbar which is the main worship hall. The darshan takes a few minutes, no pushing or pulling. Down, the beautiful area filled with the holy pond or sarovar is a sight for the sore eyes. Can't miss the delicious prasad or Kada Prasad.

There is no entry fee, plan to stay for at least two hours, you'll love the place. Best to visit in the night. One has to cover the head with a scarf. Cameras and phone can be carried but one is not allowed to click photos, though the rule is not strictly enforced. Footwears need to be deposited at designated places.

People are helpful, a sense of bonhomie pervades the entire place. A must visit in Delhi.
Written December 3, 2022
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Hospitality Plus
4 contributions
Nov. 2022
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib ( listen) is one of the most prominent Sikh gurdwaras, or Sikh house of worship, in Delhi, India, and known for its association with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan, as well as the holy pond inside its complex, known as the "Sarovar."
Written December 1, 2022
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singhasam
Weymouth, UK3,630 contributions
Nov. 2022
RELIGIONS vary across the world, but when I went to what was one of Delhi's most prominent places of Sikh worship I really had to concentrate.
For a start, there were nearly 70,000 people in the site.
Secondly, while I was used to taking my shoes off to visit various sites across India, I had never been asked to take my socks off as well as covering my hair.
It was no big deal.....until I came to the large tray of water in which I was supposed to step to purify my feet.
I am well aware of the opposing significance of feet and head in different religions, but I am still Western and religion wasn't uppermost in my mind when I dutifully stepped into the water tray at the entrance.
Instead all I could focus on was how the water had been turned into a sort of soup by the passage of tens of thousands of feet before me. I hope Sikh people respect my concerns the same way I respected their religion.
Once through this mental obstacle I had a few other things to occupy my mind including how I could ever take my next step.
The place was absolutely rammed, packed with worshippers, many of whom took advantage of the incredible amount of free meals being benevolently dispensed at the kitchen area which did brisk business.
In some places it was so packed you were almost carried forward in a dense crowd of people keen to do everything from stroll round the central holy pond to buying religious souvenirs.
The smell of sweat and the press of bodies did create a feeling of claustrophobia at times, but I shook it off because I needed to keep track of my guide. There were so many people there that I lost him three times.
Finally I completed my visit and went and collected my socks and trainers only to meet an official interested in explaining Sikh religion to me.
I listened and even took away a leaflet which allows me to tell you that the word "Sikh" means "disciple", a person who believes in one god and the teachings of the Ten Gurus enshrined in the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh Holy Book.
We chatted for a while and then I followed my guide out of the site to reach a different state of mental enlightenment, one where I didn't feel as much of the overpowering presence of religious fervour as I had in the temple.
Definitely an experience I will not forget, but if you go to this temple be prepared for a demanding experience.
A side issue is that no photography is allowed in the main areas.
Written November 25, 2022
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Akshay P
Mumbai, India176 contributions
Oct. 2022 • Family
We were looking forward to this visit and it was really a great experience
Everything is so well managed and the entire area is kept very clean
Although there was a large crowd, it was managed really well

The access is good, ample parking is available and you will not be pestered by guides here. You will left to your own which is the way it should be at any place of worship
Written November 9, 2022
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Travellertohelp
12 contributions
Aug. 2022 • Friends
This Sikh temple and the people inside of this premises are the best ones I've ever met.
They are great to please their hospitality and the amount of food they made every single day is unimaginable.
Written October 7, 2022
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GURUDWARA BANGLA SAHIB (New Delhi) - 2023 What to Know BEFORE You Go

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Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is open:
  • Mon - Mon 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.
  • Tue - Tue 3:45 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.
  • Wed - Sun 12:00 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.
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