Gurudwara Nanaksar Sahib, Rosario De La Frontera, Salta, Argentina

Gurudwara Nanaksar Sahib, Rosario De La Frontera, Salta, Argentina

Gurudwara at Rosario de la Frontera, a small town of 35000 people in Salta province. The Gurudawara is clean, beautiful and inspires divine feelings. There are get togethers on Sundays and large gatherings on special religious occasions. Mr Charan Singh who came thirty years back from India is the president of the Gurudwara committee. This is the only Gurudwara in South America. These Singhs had come in the thirties from India. Some of them came…

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Singh Sabha Gurudwara, Teheran, Iran

Singh Sabha Gurudwara, Teheran, Iran

The gurudwara was founded in 1941 by Bhai Ganga Singh Sabha Teheran. Religious celebrations include morning and evening prayers, Guru-Ka-Langer every Friday after the Akhand Path. Community services include establishment of a school, teaching of Punjabi and Dharmik (Divinity) forms an integral part of the curriculum. There are about 800 members of the sikh community in the area. Iran, also known as Persia is a sovereign state in Western Asia. Comprising a land area of…

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Gurudwara Pehli Patshahi, Mashhad, Iran

Gurudwara Pehli Patshahi, Mashhad, Iran

MASH-HAD is a historic town of Iran. Guru Nanak Sahib and Bhai Mardana visited this town on their way from Mecca and Baghdad in 1519-20. Guru Nanak Dev jee visited Iran during his fourth Udasi towards west. From Baghdad in Iraq he went to Khorramabad, then after that he went to Mashad. Mashhad is the second most populous city in Iran and capital of Razavi Khorasan Province. It is located in the northeast of the…

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Gurudwara Chota Nanakiana at Sakardu, Azad Kashmir

Gurudwara Chota Nanakiana at Sakardu, Azad Kashmir

Sakardu is about 450 km from Lahore. Every year thousands of people come to visit this place in summer. There is a big building on top of a small hill, about 1 km from the main cross-road of Sakardu. Prakashasthan, langar hall, and inn for pilgrims are on this hill. There are several shops on the main road below this building. These shops are owned by this sacred place. Sakardu Fort is about two kilometer…

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