Gurudwara Hari Mandir Sahib
The Golden Temple, is the holiest Gurdwara of Sikhs, located in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. The fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan, designed Harmandir Sahib to be built in the centre of this holy tank, and upon its construction, installed the Adi Granth, the holy scripture of Sikhism, inside Harmandir Sahib. The Harmandir Sahib literally means the Temple of God. Instead of the normal custom of building a gurdwara on high land, it was built at a lower level than the surrounding land so that devotees would have to go down steps to enter it. Also, instead of one entrance, Sri Harmandir Sahib has four entrances.The gurdwara is surrounded by the Sarovar, a large lake or holy tank, which consists of Amrit ("holy water") and is fed by the Ravi River.
Gurudwara Baba Atal Sahib
Gurdwara Baba Atal is a famous Gurudwaras of Amritsar. Built some two centuries ago, the Baba Atal Gurdwara is a touching commemoration of the young life of Baba Atal Rai, the son of Guru Hargobind. Its nine storeys echo his nine years of life before his death in 1628. It is just a walk away from the Golden Temple.
Takht Sri Damdama Sahib
The Takht Sri Darbar Sahib Damdama Sahib, one of the five Takhts or Seat of Temporal Authority of Sikhism. It is located in Bathinda in Punjab, India. It is the place where Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, prepared the full version of the Sikh scriptures called Sri Guru Granth Sahib in 1705. Damdama literally means breathing place.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent Sikh gurdwara in Delhi, India . It is known for its association with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan, and also the pool inside its complex, known as the "Sarovar." It ranked No 1 among the best tourist and pilgrimage spot in Delhi (SURVEY-2017) as per wikipedia.It is situated near Connaught Place, New Delhi on Baba Kharak Singh Marg and it can be recognised by its golden dome and tall flagpole, Nishan Sahib.The Gurdwara and its Sarovar are now a place of great reverence for Sikhs, and a place for special congregation on birth anniversary of Guru Har Krishan.
Gurudwara Majnu ka Tila
Gurdwara Majnu-ka-Tilla is situated opposite Timarpur Colony beyond the Khyber Pass section of Delhi, on the right bank of river Yamuna. The birthday of the Khalsa is celebrated here with much festivity on Baisakhi day. On this day, the city swells with pilgrims from the surrounding areas. During the festivities a special langar (a free meal) of enormous size is arranged. The gurudwara takes the name from a local Iranian Sufi mystic, Abdulla nicknamed Majnu (crazy) who met Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak on July 20, 1505. Guru Nanak Dev had blessed Majnu, he became so pleased with Majnu's dedication that he told his new devotee, "your name will be immortalized" and thus the gurudwara was named after him.
Gurudwara Sehra Sahib
Gurudwara Sehra Sahib is situated in the Sultanpur Lodhi town of Kapurthala. Shri Guru Arjan Dev Ji while going for marriage of his son Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji stopped here for night. Next day they proceeded towards Dalla. Along with Guru Sahib was Baba Budha ji, Bhai Gurdas ji, Bhai Behlo ji, Bhai Shalo ji, Baba Bidi Chand ji. Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji dressed up here and tied Sehra on head, hence the name of Gurdwara was named as Gurudwara Sehra Sahib.
Takhat Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib
Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib and Abchal Nagar, is one of the five takhts ("thrones", seats of temporal authority) in Sikhism. It is located on the banks of the River Godavari. The gurudwara within the complex is known as Sach-Khand (Realm of Truth). The structure is built at the place where Guru Gobind Singh died.
Gurudwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib
Hemkund Sahib is a pilgrimage site in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, India. As the name Hemkund suggests, it is set near a lake of snow surrounded by seven mountain peaks and each peak is adorned by a Nishan Sahib on its cliff. As per the Survey of India, it is located in the Himalaya Mountains at an elevation of 4632 meters (15,200 ft). It is accessible only by foot from Gobindghat on the Rishikesh-Badrinath highway. The place is also close to Hindu mythology and Sri Hemkunt Sahib was known as Lokpal, a lake which was the meditational grounds of Lakshmana, the younger brother of Rama. There is also a temple of Lakshman adorned on the shore of the Hemkund Lake.