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Temples In Punjab

Sikhism, which started in Punjab in the sixteenth century, brought with it a new faith into being that can easily be depicted in the holy shrines of Punjab temples and gurudwaras. For both Hindus and Sikhs, Punjab divine shrines holds the same religious significance. The holiest shrine of Sikhism, the Harmandir Sahib or Golden Temple calls the devotee from all corners of the world, to seek blessings and fulfill their dreams some come to achieve the path of salvation to reach almighty.

Golden Temple
Golden Temple in Amritsar is a place frequented by Sikhs all round the year. Countless pilgrims visit Golden Temple to pay homage to the holy shrine. Golden Temple is also known as Hari Mandir meaning Temple of God...
Ram Tirth
Known to be the land of Rishi Balmiki, Ram Tirth, Amritsar, goes back to the era of Ramayana. Found around 11 km away from the city of Amritsar, the holy shrine has an interesting past. Consecrated by the appearance....
Durgiana Mandir
An emblem of devotion towards Goddess Durga, the Durgiana Mandir, Amritsar, flaunts a majestic structural architecture which has enough similarities with the famous Golden Temple of Punjab. Also referred as....
Shiv Mandir
One of the most ancient temples of the region, the "Shiv Mandir, Gur- Mandi, Jalandhar" represents the deep religious fervor of Punjab. Agricultural advanced and industrially developed state of Punjab, also ....
Kali Devi Temple
One of the consecrated place of worship for the Hindus, the "Kali Devi Temple, Patiala", is devoted to Goddess "Durga". Located on "Mall Road" of Patiala in Punjab, just in front of the "Baradari Garden"....
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