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Goindwal Sahib

Considered to be the first pilgrimage site of the Sikhs, the Gurudwara Goindwal Sahib came up alongside the Baoli(well) with 84 steps. The baoli was first built by Guru Amardas Ji in 1559.

The popular belief is that the 84 steps to the Baoli represent 84,000 incarnations man has to undergo for the ultimate salvation from his mortal world. Reciting Japji Sahib on each of its stairs frees us of all this mortal cycle of birth and death.

Khadoor Sahib

The historical Gurudwara is associated with the memory of Guru Angad Devji, the second master of the sect.

It's on this site that Guruji started compiling the preachings of Guru Nanak Devji in Gurmukhi Script and also it marks the site, where Guru Angad Dev Ji was cremated.

Jagatjit palace, Kapurthala

Situated around 20kms from Jalandhar,the palace was founded by Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of the erstwhile princely state of Kapurthala and is modeled after the famous Versailles Palace.

The palace along with the Durbar Hall reflects the finest form of French art and Architecture.

Sheesh Mahal, Patiala

Built under the patronage of Maharaja Narendra Singh of Patiala in 1847, the palace flaunts the flamboyant grandeur of the erstwhile princely states.

The three storyed palace set in the picturesque backdrop of sprawling landscaped gardens, is a fine blend of modern occidental and the traditional moghul architecture.

HariKe Wetland

The national wetland & wildlife sanctuary is a coveted haunt of ornithologists, bird & animal lovers looking to experience the wilderness and the exotic colourful migratory birds coming from as far as Siberia.

Takhat Shri Keshgarh Sahib

Known as the birth place of Khalsa, the takhat was founded by Guru Teg Bahadur ji in 1699 near the City of Bliss( Anandpur Sahib).

It came in to prominence when revered Guru Gobind Singh ji announced the birth of Khalsa and gave an identity to the sikh community.

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