History of Gurdwara Keshgarh Sahib Anandpur Sahib : –
Gurdwara Shri Keshgarh Sahib is the principle Gurdwara in Anandpur sahib as is here and there wrongly alluded to as Gurdwara Anandpur Sahib. It is one of the five Takhats and a seat of expert for the Sikhs.
This holy place is situated in the focal point of the city of Anandpur Sahib. Numerous Gurdwaras are situated inside this territory.
Nonetheless, the fundamental sanctum is known as Takht Shri Keshgarh Sahib and it is the city’s principle hallowed place.
The city started as Chakk Nanaki, which was established by Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji in 1665.
His child Guru Gobind Singh ji, who put in 25 long stretches of his life in the city, added extraordinarily to the city’s size, giving it the new name of the City of Bliss (Anandpur).
Truth be told, It was here that the Khalsa was conceived with the main commencement of Khande Di Pahul, when the youthful Guru required an uncommon assembly on the Baisakhi day of 1699 with a great many Sikhs in participation.
One can just envision how extensive the zone was around Kesgarh Sahib at that point to oblige the a large number of Sikhs in participation on that noteworthy day.
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Gurudwara Guru-Ka-Mahal :-
Residence of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur acquired by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji; the Sahibzadas-the blessed children of the tenth Guru were conceived here. There is an underground room cut off from the commotion of life where the ninth Guru used to reflect.
Virasat-e-Khalsa: – Virasat-e-Khalsa (earlier known as Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex) is a museumVirasat-e-Khalsa Sri Anandpur Sahib, Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex situated in Sri Anandpur Sahib.
The historical center gives an understanding to the occasions that occurred in Punjab five hundred years back which brought forth Sikhism lastly the Khalsa Panth.
The exhibition hall tosses light on the vision of the Gurus, the unceasing message of peace and fellowship which they conveyed to the entire humankind and the rich culture and legacy of Punjab.
The exhibition hall is proposed to celebrate 500 long stretches of Sikh history and the 300th commemoration of the Khalsa, the sacred texts composed by the tenth and last Guru of Sikhism, Gobind Singh, organizer of current Sikhism.
How To Reach Anandpur Sahib: –