|There are lot of religious
places to be seen in North India. We take this grand opportunity
to provide special services to our guests that while they
are in Amritsar they can travel to all the 16 Gurdwaras
which are on the belt of Amritsar. Also the Yatra includes
the Wagha Border which is between India and Pakistan.
This whole belt comprises of 220 k.m. which is covered within
eight hours and you are driven back to the hotel. So we
insist our guests to pay an obesiance at various Gurdwaras
and temples and make their trips fruitful.
So here the list follows of various
Gurdwara Guru Ki Wadali :
Guru Arjan Dev left Amritsar with his family and entourage
and settled at Wadali, 5 miles away, to avoid the daily
bickerings and intrigues of Pirthi Chand. The villagers
welcomed the Guru and gave a bricked Haveli for residence.
Guru Hargobind Sahib incarnated at Wadali.
Gurdwara Sann Sahib :
| The youngest
son of Guru Angad Dev named Dasu, kicked Guru Amar Dass
off his throne and asked him to leave Goindwal. Guru Amar
Dass left Goindwal for Basarke and reaching there shut himself
inside a house for quiet meditation. On the door he wrote,
Whosoever opens the lock of this door, I will not
own him as my follower. Baba Budha broke open the
house from the back side, without touching the lock on the
front-door, fulfilled the command of the Guru in letter,
if not in spirit. Thus he was able to see the Guru, who
overwhelmed with his devotion, accompanied the Sikhs to
Goindwal. The Gurdwara Sann Sahib stands on that place.