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Darbar Sahib (Amritsar Excursion) - Package Detail

Darbar Sahib (Amritsar Excursion)

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Route : Delhi Amritsar Delhi
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Day 1

Delhi – Amritsar 


BY Train: Shatabadi Express at 0720 / 1320 Hrs

BY Flight: 6E 367 at 1210 / 1325 Hrs


Upon arrival you will be met by our representatives at airport / railway station and transferred to your hotel and freshen up.


Start your tour with the blessings of The Golden Temple Amritsar India (Shri Harmandir Sahib Amritsar) - Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar is the main religious center of the Sikh community. 


Visit Shri Akal Takht Sahib: Sri Akal Takht Sahib, created by the great warrior of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, is the ultimate center of the power of the Panth, in which according to the sacred sentence of "A Rajah Nah Hath Binde O Buddha O Gurdas Biyeo" in construction, Baba Budha Ji and Bhai Gurdas JI constructed with his own lotus. 


Later visit Visit Jallianwallah Bagh - famous gardens close to the Golden Temple, which narrate the story of the most horrific pre-independence massacre in India


Optional visit to Saragarhi Memorial Gurdwara - Saragarhi Sahib Memorial Gurdwara stands as a protected headstone, which has been constructed to pay honor to those Sikh soldiers, who sacrificed their lives in the flight against Pathans (Pathans are a group of people and is constitutes 60 Pashto language speaking tribes of Pakistan and Afghan). This Gurdwara is often called as Saragarhi memorial, as it tells the legend of Sikh courage in the battle of Saragarhi.


Day 2

Day in Amritsar


Optional visit to Tarn Taran (25 Kms / 30 Mins) and  Shri Khadur Sahib (22 Kms from Tran Taran)  - Early morning proceed to Taran Taran and upon arrival visit Gurdwara Shri Darbar Sahib (Tran Taran)  - On the way of the ancient Delhi-Lahore Shah, there is the Pancham Patshah, the holy historic city 'Tarn Taran', set up by Guru Arjan Dev. Guru Arjan undertook the purchase of the sarovar of a religious center in 17 Vaisak Sammat 1647 B: (1590 AD) by purchasing the land of Khara and Palasore villages, and the historical town of Chet Samat 1653 B: (1596 AD) The foundation of the foundation. The owner of Miri-Pir, Guru Hargobind, also blessed his place on this place. The construction of Sri Darbar Sahib, Tarn Taran was still under way that the construction of Sarai Nur Din was started officially, which led to the construction of Sri Darbar Sahib, Tarn Taran. The bricks collected for the construction also carried the son of Nur Din to Amiruddin. No. 1835 B: (1778 AD) Sardar Budus Singh Faisalpuria occupied Patti Pargana and brought Nur Din to Sarai and brought back the bricks of the Guru's house and started the construction work of the Guru Nagar Tarn Taran


Post visit drive to Khadur Sahib and upon arrival visit Angeetha Sahib - It is a historical fact that Shri Guru Angad Dev Ji lived at Khadur Sahib for a long period. He left for heavenly abode at Khadoor Sahib after performing many great religious, social & cultural activities. The place where Guru's last sacred rites were performed is given the name of Angitha Sahib Paatshahi Dusri. It is a historical fact that the Eight Gurus by their visit to Khadur Sahib, made this town of great historical importance.


Also visit Gurdwara Shri Darbar Sahib (Khadur Sahib):  Khadur Sahib, district is a famous historical city of Amritsar. Adi Guru, Guru Nanak, in 1539 AD, appointed Guru Angad Dev Ji on the "Gurbani", ordering Khadur Sahib as a new center for Sikh faith. Guru Angad Dev developed from 1539 to 1552 AD, in particular Khadur Sahib as a Sikh preaching center. Mata Khivi was given the responsibility of this service to give a special form to langar practice in order to express the concept of Sangat-Pangat in practice. Gurmukhi script was developed and promoted for the promotion of Gurmat Gyan. Having built a Mall Akhara for physical healing. Emperor Humayun also lost to Sher Shah Suri and Khadoor Sahib was present in Guru Angad's court. 'Khadur Sahib' got the touch of Guru Nanak and the other Gurus. Guru Angad Dev was cremated at the shrine of Gurdwara Sri Darbar Sahib. Maharaja Ranjit Singh received the welfare of managing and developing the historical monuments of Khadur Sahib.


In time embark on your drive back to Amritsar (40 Kms / 1 Hrs)


Day 3

Amritsar – Delhi

This morning, visit Gurdwara shaheed Baba Deep Singh ji is the place where Baba Deep Singh Ji along with other Singhs achieved martyrdom fighting the Mughal forces who were disrespecting Sri Harmandir Sahib. 


Later in the afternoon, proceed to the India – Pakistan border at Attari to see the 'lowering of the flags' ceremony. This unique ceremony involves a drill by Indian Border Security Force and Pakistan Rangers.


Optional visit Dera Baba Nanak (51 Kms)  - Dera Baba Nanak being situated only 1 km from India-Pakistan border, Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib can be seen from the Border with naked eyes. Two famous Gurdwara at Dera Baba Nanak are Sri Darbar Sahib and Sri Chola Sahib. Dera Baba Nanak, one of the most sacred places of the Sikhs, is situated on the banks of river Ravi. Guru Nanak Dev, the first Sikh Guru, settled and died near the village Pakhoke, opposite to the present town and named it Kartarpur. The Bedis, descendants of Guru Nanak Dev built a new town and named it Dera Baba Nanak after their great ancestor. 


Optional visit to Gurdwara Baba Buddha Ji - also known as Gurdwara Bir Baba Buddha, this is situated in the revenue limits of the village of Thatta, 20 km north of Amritsar. The shrine honours and commemorates Baba Buddha (1506 - 1631), the venerable Sikh of the time of Guru Nanak who lived long enough to anoint five succeeding Gurus.


Optional visit to Ram Tirath (15 Kms) - The temple complex contains a hut and a tank. The temple is believed to be at the place where sage Valmiki had his ashram. According to Hindu mythology, Valmiki gave shelter to Goddess Sita in his ashram and she gave birth to her sons, Luv and Kush, in the hut. The tank is believed to have been dug by Lord Hanuman. Hindu mythology also states that the epic fight between Luv-Kush and their father, Lord Rama, took place at Ram Tirath.


In time you will be transferred to the airport / railway station to board your flight / train to Delhi 


BY Train: Shatabdi Express at 1650 / 2305 Hrs

BY Flight: AI 115 at 1900 / 2010 Hrs


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