Delhi-Amritser-Ludhiana-Chandigarh-Delhi

Delhi-Amritser-Ludhiana-Chandigarh-Delhi

Day 1:- Delhi

On Arrival to Delhi, you will meet to our Representative. You will be Transfer to Hotel. Rest Day Free for Lesuire. Dinner and Night stay at Hotel.

Day 2 : Delhi

After Breakfast You will Start Your Tour. First of all in the Early Morning You will visit

Bangla Sahib Gurudwara

-This Gurudwara is dedicated to the 8th Guru- Hari Krishan

Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji is the eighth of the eleven Sikh Gurus. He became Guru Ji on 7 October 1661, succeeding His Father, Guru Har Rai. After his passing from smallpox, his granduncle, Guru Tegh Bahadur, became the next Guru Ji of the Sikhs.Thereafter visit

Gurudwara Rakab Ganj

dedicated to Guru Tegh Bahadur– When Guru Tegh Bagadur was beheaded in Chadani Chowk, The lamenting and  wailing crowd surged forward to have a closer look at the martyred prophet, a man named Bhai Jaita, rushed out of the crowd, and with lighting flash picked up the head of the guru and disappeared into the grief stricken crowd. They carried away the body of Guru Tegh Bahadur to their residence, the present sight of Rakab Ganj Gurudwara opposite Parliament building, they reverently on a pile of sandalwood and set to fire the whole house. They put the remains of the Guru in an urn and buried it on the very spot where the body was cremated. The head of the guru was taken by his disciple Bhai Jaita to Anandpur where Guru Gobind Singh cremated it near the place where the Guru used to meditate in a cell. The place is also known as Sis Ganj of Anandpur.

Lunch at Gurudwara. After Lunch Visit

Gurudwara Sis Ganj

-Dedicated to Guru Teg Bahadur– Fifth and the youngest son of the sixth prophet,Guru Hargobind,and the only one to deservedly ascend the pontiff throne nearly 20 Years after his father death as Ninth Guru of the Sikhs.Thereafter visit

Majnu ka Tilla

Shrine-Dedicated to Guru Nanak.On the banks of Yamuna River there lived in Delhi a Muslim Sufi (dervish) who led the life of penitent recluse. So lonely and god-intoxicated was he that he was nicknamed Majnu, the mad lover. When he met Guru Nanak, he felt that he was in the presence of a prophet who had imparted to him a new revelation.Majnu was His first Muslim disciple in Delhi.

After your dinner at local restaurant you will be transfer to Railway Station to take your night train to Amritser. Overnight at Train.

Day 3 : Amritser

On Arrival at Amritser Railway Station you will be transfer to Hotel. Check in to the Hotel.

After that you will be transfer to

Harminder Sahib popularly known as  The Golden Temple

, the holiest Shrine of the Sikh religion.

The rulers of Punjab, Maharaja Ranjit Singh got the lower half of the temple, originally built by Guru Arjun dev in the midst of the Sacred pool, covered with marble and the upper half with copper plated with pure gold leaves, hence, the popularly named Golden Temple.

The Temple has four entrances opening to the four directions significant that all people are welcome. The form and architecture of the Temple combine a sense of peace, grace and beauty. Spent the entire Evening at the golden Temple visit.

HAR MANDIR:

Standing in the middle of the Sacred Pool, the golden Temple is a two storey marble structure reached by cause way known as the Gurus Bridge.
The lower parts of the marble walls are decorated with inlaid flower and animal motifs in the pietra dura style of the Taj Mahal.

GRANTH SHAHIB :

Four priests at Key positions around the temple keep up a continuos reading in Punjabi from the Sikh’s Holy Book that is broadcast by loud speaker. The original copy of the Granth Sahib is kept under a pink shroud in the Golden Temple during the day and around 10 PM each evening is ceremoniously returned to the Akal Takhat. The morning processional ceremony takes place at 0400 hrs in the Summer and 0500 hrs in Winter.

SIKH MUSEUM:

The central Sikh museum is upstairs in the clock tower and comprises a gallery of paintings telling the story of the Sikhs and their martyrs

AKAL TAKHT :

Adjacent to the Golden Temple is the marble-paved square in which stands the Akal Takht (Immortal Throne). Established by the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind, this is the supreme seat of the Sikh religious authority. The Akal Takht is also the repository of the various weapons used by the Gurus.Later feast yourself to the Langer.

Afternoon visit the Govindwal Sahib 30 kms South East of Amritsar which houses a fine Gurudwara, enroute visiting Taran-Taran : is an important Sikh tank. There’s a temple , which is designed in Sikh architectural style, with a dome covered with goldfoils, which predates Amritsar, and a tower on the east side of the tank , which was also constructed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. It’s said that any leper who can swim across the tank will be miraculously cured. Return to Amritsar and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 4 :- Amritser-Ludhiana

After Breakfast you will depart for Muktsar- 70 KM from Faridkot. it is an important pilgrimage centre-

Gurudwara Shahidganj

was built in the memory of the forty Muktas, or martyrs. Thereafter proceed for Bhatinda- Steeped in history, Bhatinda is one of the oldest towns in Punjab. Its 11th century fort saw the fortunes of many a chieftain fall and rise. India’s first women ruler, the ill-fated Razia sultan (1236-1240), was imprisoned in the Bhatinda fort by her enemies before her execution.
Today, Bhatinda is a leading food grain and cotton centre. Thirty-five kilometre South of Bhatinda is Dam Dama Sahib, an important pilgrimage centre associated with Guru Gobind Singh. Langer at Gurudwara. Thereafter depart for Ludhiana arrive and check-in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 5 – LUDHIANA / CHANDIGARH

After Breakfast you will be transfer to Morning depart for Chandigarh by surface, enroute visit

Gurudwara Charan Kamal

in the village of Maehli Wara 46 kms away and Manji Sahib 11 kms away, both are sacred spots for Sikhs. Proceed to Sirhind – standing amidst the ruins of beautiful mosques and tombs, Sirhind was an important city during the Mughal period visit Fatehgarh Sahib Gurudwara. The Fatehgarh Sahib Gurudwara marks the spot where Guru Gobind Singh’s younger sons were bricked alive. Not far from the Gurudwara is the Rauza Sharif of Hazrat Mujaddid-alf-i-Sani. To the South-East of the city is Aam Khas Bagh, a carvan serai of the Mughal emperors. This place is also the sight of extensive archaeological interest. Langer at Gurudawara, thereafter depart for Chandigarh and check in at hotel.Night Stay and Dinner at Hotel.

Day : 6 :-CHANDIGARH

After Breakfast you will starty you Morning visit

Anandpur Sahib

– 77 kms away . Anandpur Sahib, the abode of peace has a number of historical Gurudwaras. It was here the tenth and the last Sikh Guru Govind Singh, gave the Sikhs a new form of identity by baptising the Khalsa, the pure ones. On the day following Holi, devotees flock to Anandpur Sahib to participate in the Hola Mohlla celebrations re-enchanting past Sikh battles with ancient arms and weapons.

Langar at Gurudwara. After lunch visit the worlds highest straight gravity Dam Bakhra Nangal. Return to Chandigarh. Night Stay and dinner at Hotel.

Day 7:- CHANDIGARH-Retrun Back

Visit 

Paonta Sahib –

Situated on the Yamuna river, on the border with Uttar Pradesh, Paonta Sahib is linked with Gobind Singh, the 10th of the Gurus who lived here. At Bangani, 23 kms away, he achieved a great military victory when his forces defeated the combined might of 22 hill country kingdoms. His weapons are displayed in the town and his Gurudawara still over- looks the river.The historic Gurudwaras commemorates his stay and interestingly the waters of the Yamuna fall silent below this – which happened at the Guru’s behest . The word Paonta means a space for a foot hold. After Visit you will be transfer to Chandigarh Airport to take your onward flight to next destinations.

Inclusions :

  • Hotel Stay in 3 Star or 5 Star
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • All the Transfer with AC Vehicle.
  • All the Taxes.
  • All the Sight Seeing

Exclusions :

  • Anything Which is Not Included In the Package.