Patna Sahib

Patna Sahib Gurudwara is situated in an old quarter of the city of Patna, which was once known as Kuch Farrukh Khan, now known as Harmandir Gali. It is considered to be the most sacred of the five planks of the seat of the Sikh officers. Two of the five planks are located outside Punjab. Patna Sahib is the second accepted citadel of Sikhs, which is the seat of power or the throne of authority. The temple manages a museum, which shows the relics related to the tenth and final Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji that adds to its significance. This gurudwara has the first guru, Guru Nanak Ji, and Ninth Guru, Teg Bahadur Ji had enjoyed the presentation, and therefore, it has an unmatched respect among other gurudwaras. It receives a large number of pilgrims from all over the world every year.

Maharaja Ranjeet Singh has built many famous gurudwaras, which are spreading in India and Pakistan. Gurudwara Patna Sahib was built in 1666 but due to being in the fire, it was damaged in 1839. Raja Ranjit ordered the rebuilding of the temple but unfortunately, he did not survive till the completion of it. It is believed that Patna Sahib is the birthplace of the tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. It is believed that this place is a sign of subsistence and fearlessness. Guru Nanak, the first Guru went to the holy land, in which place Buddha was illuminated, visited his place.

The inner sanctuary opening door on the hall of the congregation is covered with gold-plated copper plates emerging with the design of flowers that match the marble statue on the walls of the place. Guru Nanak was a great scholar of history and he knew about the importance of Pataliputra that is why the guru was trying to revive the glory of Indian culture and he got royal advice. Influenced by the teachings of Guru Nanak, Salis Roy Jerry changed her huge house to Dharamsala (Dharma Vidyalaya). The various remains built here are also very important.


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