Famous For: Sikh pilgrimage, Spirituality, Indian History, Free public meal (Langar), Hospitality, sightseeing, and architecture.
Entrance Fee: No visiting charge is taken. Foreigners can enter without paying any fee.
Accommodation Charges: Rent for AC room is 1000 INR/day. Non-AC room’s rent is 800 INR/day. No money is charged for staying inside the hall.
Operating Time: The Gurudwara is open 24/7, each day of the year, including National holidays.
Langar Hours: Only vegetarian food is served. Timings are tentatively from 9AM to 3PM & 7PM to 10PM.
Visit Duration: There is no restriction on a time-limit.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent spot for the Sikh religion which is the association with the eight Sikh Guru who is Guru Hari Krishan. The complex of the Gurudwara generally has a prayer hall, higher secondary school, a hosputal, and also a museum along with a library within the premises. The beautiful Gurudwara is golden and white in color and has the holy Sarovar inside which is eternal. People from all faiths and religion gather here on a daily basis to worship, offer prayers and also have the delicious Kada Prasad and the Langar which feeds thousands and lakhs of devotees on a daily basis. If you are looking forward to spending most of your time in a spiritual place in Delhi, then Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is the one because not only willl you attain peace but also can witness how the needy are being offered help with hands wide open. A lot of festivals are celebrated in this Gurudwara namely, Prakash Utsav, which is a celebration of the birth of Guru Gobind Singh, Baisakhi, which is a celebration of the harvest season, Guru Purab or the birth of Guru Nanak Dev and also the the birth anniversary of Guru Har Krishan that are majorly celebrated here. This Gurudwara is located at the heart of Connaught Place which can be easily reached by boarding a blue line metro where you need to step down at Rajiv Chowk. Book indian golden triangle tour package with Swan Tours at best price.