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Complete Sikh Pilgrimage Tour (17 NIGHTS / 18 DAYS)
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17 nights & 18 days

Guru Govind Singh Ji the 10th Guru in 1708 incorporated Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji as his successor and the permanent Guru of the Sikhs and brought to an end to the line of human Gurus. The complete Sikh Pilgrimage tour package is desgned to incorporate almost all the pilgrimage centre associated with Sikhism in India. The best Sikhism tour package covering all the destination along with some of the worth visiting places en route. The Gurus themselves said that they were human beings and were not to be worshipped as God. They considered themselves to be mere servants of God.

Day 01:New Delhi Arrival

On arrival met and greet at the airport or railway station. Followed by transfer to the hotel. Overnight at hotel.


Day 02:New Delhi

After leisure breakfast embark on for visiting of Gurudwaras- begins with visit to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib-the most prominent Gurudwara, dedicated to the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan Sahibji. Join the Sangat & immerse in the holy kirtan being sung in the praise of The Almighty. Spend time doing Seva – at the langar (community kitchen), Jora ghar (Place to keep shoes) or Jal seva (offering holy water to the devotees). Experience sitting in the pangat & savouring langar at the Gurudwara.


After Paying a visit to Gurudwara we will continue the sight seeing of  historical monuments of Delhi and New Delhi Starting from India  Gate & Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House), an astounding example of French architecture. In the evening, we drive to Gurudwara Moti Bagh for Rehraas Sahib paath & “samaapti”. Welcome dinner at an Indian theme Restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.


Day 03: New Delhi

 Post breakfast, we visit to Gurdwara Sees Ganj Sahib is the site where the mughals beheaded Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur in 1675. Located in the Old Delhi Chandni ChokA rare opportunity to witness the morning proceedings & join in the Sewa. Also visit the sacred well where Guru Teg Bahadur Ji had his last Bath. After that we will visit to Red Fort built by Red Sandstone battlements give this imperial citadel its name Red Fort (Lal Quila). Commissioned by Shahjahan in 1639, it took 9 years to build and was the seat of Mughal Power until 1857, when the last emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was dethroned and exiled.

 After lunch we visit Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Sahib, where Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji’s body was cremated. Overnight at hotel.


Day 04: New Delhi-Amritsar  (By Shatabdi train)

Morning you will be transferred to New Delhi Railway station leave for Amritsar By Swarna Shatabdi Express (2029) at 7.20 AM. Arrive by 13.25 PM & transfer to the hotel. After lunch visit Jallianwala Bagh- This place noted for its most notorious massacre under British rule. It is 400 meters north of the Golden Temple & Wagah Border- The Wagah Border is often known as the "Berlin wall of Asia", where each evening, there is a retreat ceremony called 'lowering of the flags' ceremony is held. Retun to the hotel for overnight.


Day 05: Amritsar

Early morning leave for Hari Mandir Sahib at 3:00AM on arrival join ritual of taking the golden palanquin carrying Guru Granth Sahib ji to HariMandir Sahib. Pay respects during First Hukamnama & Ardaas (Prayer).




 Guru Arjan Dev, the Fifth Guru was the man behind the ideas the building was completed in 1604 and started in 1573. The building is well decorated by Jewels and precious stones  On a platform under a jewel-studded canopy on the ground floor in the Golden temple is placed Sri Guru Granth Sahib. It is carried in a golden palanquin in the form of a precession from the Akal Takht of the Golden Temple in the early hours of the morning and is carried back to the Akal Takht in a similar procession at night. The procession is very colourful on account of the signing of hymns, blowing of trumpets, beating of the big drum and showering of flowers. Divine singing of music goes on day and night without breaks.



 Akal Takht Sahib literally means Eternal Throne. It is also part of the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar. It's foundation was laid by Guru Hargobind Sahib. While the Golden Temple stands for spiritual guidance the Akal Takht symbolizes the dispensing of justice and temporal activity.

Return back to the hotel for breakfast. After relaxing at the comfort of your room depart afternoon we will drive to the countryside to visit the historical Gurudwaras of Baba Buddha Ji & Chheharta Sahib.

 Return back to the Hotel by evening.  Overnight at Hotel.


BABA BUDDHA SAHIB JI is recognized as one of the great Sikhs of the Guru period. He had the privilege of being blessed by the first six Gurus. He led an ideal Sikh life for more than a hundred years. He was one of closest companions of the guru Nanak (the first Guru of Sikhism) and is one of the most revered and sacred saints in Sikhism..



Gurudwara Chheharta Sahib, 7 kms away from Amritsar, is named after a well that Guru Arjan (1563-1606) had sunk. The well was so wide, and the water supply so abundant, that six Persian wheels installed around the interior of its circufrence could operate simultaneously.


Day 05: Excursion tour of Goindwal and Taran Taran Sahib

 After early breakfast proceed to Gurudwara Goindwal Sahib. Darshan of the Gurudwara till 1100hrs and leave for Tarn Taran Sahib. Darshan of the Gurudwara and lunch will be langar in Gurudwara. Return back to hotel by evening. Overnight at hotel.



Goindwal, a town about 25 kms from Taran Taran, a tahsil headquarters in Amritsar district, is connected with the lives of three Gurus – Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das and Guru Arjan. Goindwal was founded by Guru Amar Das.

 The most famous and sacred spot at Goindwal is gurudwara Baoli Sahib. It is a well with 84 descending steps where, it is believed, one can escape the 84 lakh incarnations by reciting Japji on each step.



 The Guru decided to construct a holy tank there for which the local residents provided land. The holy tank was meant for devotional ablutions of the Sikhs. It was named Taran Taran, meaning a craft to take human beings across the worlds ocean. The water of the tank is considered to be very useful for leprosy patient.


Day 06: Amritsar-Bhatinda (225 kms/ 4hours)

After breakfast drive to Bathinda upon arrival check into the hotel. PM: Sightseeing of Bathinda city- Guru Gobind Singhji fought the Mughals. Bathinda fort is where Empress Razia Sutan was imprisoned. This place is also attached with Guru Govind Singh Ji. Overnight at Hotel.


Day 07:Bhatinda

After breakfast visit Takht Sri Damdama Sahib the other  notable Gurudwaras are: Gurudwara Manji Sahib Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur,  Gurudwara Manji Sahib Padshahi Nauvin and Dasvin.


Takht Sri Damdama Sahib

As the word signifies meaning resting or breathing place. Damdama Sahib is one of the Five Takhts of the Sikhs. It is located at village Talwandi Sabo, 28 km southeast of Bathinda. Guru Gobind Singh stayed here after fighting battles against Mughal atrocities.  Guru Gobind Singh stayed for approximately a year and compiled the final edition of Guru Granth Sahib also known as the Damdama Sahib Bir in 1705. Overnight at hotel.


Day 08: Bhatinda – Ropar/ Anandpur Sahib  (Takht Sr Keshgarh Sahib) via Patiala (220 kms/5 hrs)

 After breakfast you will be driven to Anandpur Sahib.Upon arrival check into the hotel. This is one of the most sacred place and considered to be the 2nd most important after Amritsar Golden Temple. The order of the Khalsa was founded here by Guru Gobind Singh in 1699. Some of the weapons of Guru Gobind Singh are displayed here. (BHORA SAHIB), Residence of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur inherited by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji; the sahibzadas- the holy sons of the 10th Guru were born here. AKAL BUNGA: After cremation of the holy head of his father, followed by a prayer to the Almighty, the 10th Guru had rested here with his relations and followers. GURUDWARA DAMDAMA SAHIB: The 10th Guru was given the Guru Gaddi, here. It was from here that he had declared the end of the institution of the Masands-the priestly agents of the former Gurus. Overnight at hotel.


Day 09:Anandpur Sahib

After breakfast visit Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib and other Gurudwaras. Overnight in hotel.


Day 10: Anandpur Sahib/ Rupnagar-Chandigarh-New Delhi (360kms/8 hrs)

 Early morning after breakfast drive to New Delhi via Chandigarh. Lunch enroute in a typical Punjabi Dhaba. Upon arrival check into the hotel. Overnight at Hotel.


Day 11: New Delhi- Patna (BY FLIGHT)

 Morning transfer to Airport for flight to Patna. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel and check into hotel.  PM: Sightseeing of major attractions in Patna visit to Golghar- a bee hive shaped huge granary buit in 1770 after the putbreak of terrible famine. Patna Museum a rare collection includes bronze sculptures and terracotta figures. Its most precious object is the Didarganj Yakshi and Kuharar-80 pillared hall. It is actually the ruins of Ashokan Pataliputra, Agam Kuan.


 Day 12: Shri Patna Sahib Overnight train to agra

 After breakfast visit for darshan of Takht Sri Patna Sahib. Spend the day doing sewa & visiting other Gurdwaras. In the evening board train to Agra/Tundla. Overnight in hotel.



Takht Sri Patna Sahib enjoys the privilege of being the birthplace of the Tenth Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. He was born here on December 22, 1666. There stands, at the sacred place a magnificent holy shrine, called Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib. It is situated in one of the old quarters of Patna city, once known as Kucha Farrukh Khan, now known as Harmandir Gali. Guru Gobind Sigh ji spent his early childhood here before moving to Anandpur Sahib. Besides being the birthplace of Guru Gobind


Singh, Patna was also visited by Guru Nanak and Guru Tegh Bahadur at different points of time. Some relics of the tenth Guru are also preserved in Patna Sahib. Among them is a pangura (cradle) with four stands covered with Golden plates. Guruji during his childhood used to sleep in this cradle. Moreover, four iron arrows, sacred sword of the Master and a pair of his sandals are also preserved. Hukamnamas of Guru Gobind Singh and Guru Tegh Bahadur contained in a book are also kept in this holy Gurudwara.


Day 13: Agra/Tundla Railway Station

 Upon arrival at railway station transfer to the hotel.  Check into the hotel. Later visit to Agra Fort, built of red sandstone and marble is a hilltop citadel with fabulous courtyards, fountains and gates.

 Later visit to Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and surely the most extravagant expression of love ever created. 20,000 men labored for over 20 years to build this memorial to Shah Jahan's beloved wife. It's a wealth of white marble and semi-precious stone - undoubtedly the highlight of the tour. Overnight stay at hotel.


Day 14: Agra- Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur (240 kms/ 5 hrs)

Post breakfast drive from Taj City  to Pink City Jaipur. Enroute visit the ghost town of Fatehpur sikri. Built during the second half of the 16th century by the Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri (the City of Victory) was the capital of the Mughal Empire for only some 10 years. The complex of monuments and temples, all in a uniform architectural style, includes one of the largest mosques in India, the Jama Masjid. Further drive to reach Jaipur. Upon arrival hotel check in. Overnight at hotel.


Day 15: Jaipur Sightseeing

 After breakfast morning visi to Amer Fort/Amber Fort visit the dramatic hilltop fortress at Amber; ascend the imposing fort on a painted elephant. The massive fort is bult on atop of the hill is located at 11 kms away. Later return to the city and visit the elegant Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) - this elaborate building, now little more than a façade, is encrusted with delicate screens and carved balconies from which the royal ladies, confined to their quarters, could sneak views of the outside world. Visit Maharajah’s City Palace, now partly a museum displays a unique fusion of Mughal and Hindu architecture, and house a rare collection of paintings, Rajput armory and costumes. Later we visit the unique Jantar Mantar Observatory, situated in the heart of the city where time has been accurately measured since the 17th century. In the evening drive to visit cultural evening; here we visit Chokhi Dhani - An ethnic Village resort, 17 kms from Jaipur, the vitality of Rajasthani folk culture comes alive as Children dance rhythmically to the loud tenor of folk songs sung by men and women,

 Festooned in bright clothes. After dinner, we return drive back to the hotel.Overnight stay at the hotel


Day 16: Jaipur – Hyderabad & Drive to Nanded (284 kms/7hrs).

Morning  transfer to airport to catch flight for Hyderabad. Arrive Hyderabad at 0740 hrs and drive to Nanded upon arrival by evening transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Nanded Hotel.


Day 17: Takht Sri Huzoor Sahib

After breakfast visit for darshan of Takht Sri Huzoor Sahib & all the other Gurdwaras.

 Overnight at the hotel.


Takht Schkhand Sri Hazur Sahib is the principal shrine at about half a Kilometer from the left bank of the river Godavari, Nanded, Maharashtra. It marks the site where the Guru had his camp in 1708 A.D. after the departure of the emperor Bahadur Shah. The tenth Guru held his court and congregation here. It is the site of his own tent where he was convalescing after he was attacked by assassins. It is the place from where the tenth Guru rose to heaven along with his horse Dilbag. The inner room of the temple is called Angitha Sahib and is built over the place where Guru Gobind Singh was cremated in 1708.


Day 18: Nanded- Hyderabad International airport

 After breakfast drive from Nanded to Hyderabad about 8 hrs.  On arrival transfer to the International airport.

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Visitors to a Sikh Gurdwara should be aware of the following guidelines when visiting:

·         Please dress appropriately so that you can comfortably and with decency sit on the carpeted floor. It is recommended that all visitors to the Gurdwara wear loose fitting clothing which covers most of your legs. Low hanging or tight-fitting pants/trousers may not be suitable. Please try sitting on the carpeted floor at home for a short period to see if the clothing is suitable.

·         All visitors entering the Main Prayer Hall, called the Darbar Sahib and the Dining (Langar) Hall will have to remove their shoes and place them in the shoe racks provided.

·         Strictly No Smoking is allowed in the vicinity of the Gurdwara premises. Visitors cannot enter the Gurdwara while under the influence of Alcohol or Drugs. You should not take cigarettes or tobacco with you into the premises or smoke while near the Gurdwara or soon before going into the Gurdwara.

·         All visitors MUST cover their heads while in the main Gurdwara areas ie: (Darbar Sahib and Langar Hall)


·         Non-Sikh and Sikh Visitors to a Gurdwara shown with their heads covered.

·         Head covering for men/boys will normally be available in the Gurdwara but a large knotted handkerchief is acceptable. (The Gurdwara may provide handkerchief sized cloth to cover the head). Other hats and caps (eg baseball-style caps) may not be appropriate (please check with the Gurdwara officials). Sikh men normally wear a Turban.

·         Women/Girls will need to wear a headscarf. The Gurdwara usually has a box of scarves, but you could bring your own headscarf for this purpose. Sikh ladies usually wear a "Chunni", which is normally a long, flowing semi-transparent plain cloth with a decorated, veiled edging.

·         Chairs are not provided in the Gurdwara and so, when sitting, this will be on the carpeted floor both in the Main Prayer Hall (Darbar Sahib) and in the Langar Hall. (A few chairs may be available in the Langar Hall for visitors who have difficulty sitting on the floor due to old age or other medical conditions).



·         On first entering the large prayer room (called the Darbar Sahib), a small bow to the Guru Granth Sahib (the holy book) shows respect to the host community. Backs should not be turned on the Guru Granth Sahib or the soles of the feet pointed towards the Sikh holy book when sitting on the carpet. It is normal to sit cross-legged yoga style. It may be a good idea to practise this at home if possible before your trip to the Gurdwara.

·         Visitors will usually be offered Kara Parshad (sweet flour and oil based food offered as a gift) in the worship hall, which is usually given in cupped hands and eaten with the right hand. If you are uncertain about your ability to eat a lot of this food – Say “very small portion” to the Sewadar (volunteer) serving the Kara Parshad. You should take a small plastic bag (or ask for one from the Sewadar (volunteer) serving the Kara Parshad) to save your Kara Parshad if it is not to your taste – Please do not refuse it or throw it away.

·         You may be offered Langar (vegetarian food from the communal kitchen). If not too certain about consuming this food you can ask to be excused although most people should take langar as it is regarded as a blessing by the Guru. When in the Langar Hall, it is better to ask for less rather than take too much and waste the food. Say “very little” to the Sewadar (volunteer) serving the Langar. If you require more later, just wait for the Sewadar to come around.

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