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Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Sahib

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Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Sahib

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2 Km From Bidar Railway Station, Bidar India
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Sunder S wrote a review Feb 2021
Secunderabad, India114 contributions13 helpful votes
The Gurudwara is a place that you must visit! WE went on a weekday, and there were absolutely no crowds. Parking is available inside the premises. The whole area gives you a feeling of great peace! The Langar provides wholesome food, and is neat and clean. I enjoyed the simple fare, doled out by the caring helpers.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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EkMusafir wrote a review Dec 2020
Pune, India2206 contributions400 helpful votes
Bidar is a small town in the northernmost tip of Karnataka state, and it is about 135 km driving distance from Hyderabad. The road to Bidar is along NH65 till Zaheerabad, and then there is a right turn to Bidar for about 35 km along the state highway. It took us about 3 hours from Hyderabad. The Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Sahib is located in a large well planned campus, and is a beautiful place of worship for the Sikhs. The main Gurudwara is a beautiful building in white marble in the centre of the campus. There is a large satsang hall nearby. There is also a huge 500 room pilgrim’s inn, and engineering college and a 100 bed hospital in the campus. Since we were visiting during the pandemic there were some restrictions in moving around. We visited the main gurudwara, and then went to the ‘Amrit Kund’, which is the perennial spring (Jhira) discovered by Baba Guru Nanak Dev himself, more than 500 years ago, and tasted the refreshing sweet water emerging from the spring. Free langar is distributed during normal times. It was a spiritual experience to visit the Gurudwara.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ashok_shrikhande wrote a review Jan 2020
Pune, India678 contributions48 helpful votes
One of the biggest Gurudwara in Karnataka. It is very clean and quiet place. It is situated is Bidar town of Karnataka state. It is about 100 kms from Gulbarga.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Veer2468 wrote a review Jan 2020
Hyderabad, India905 contributions161 helpful votes
This is one of the best places to visit in Bidar. The Gurudwara is huge. The staff is friendly in giving instructions. The Kada prasad and the langar is definitely worth trying.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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beyondtravel wrote a review Aug 2019
Hyderabad, India1963 contributions104 helpful votes
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Is the most famous landmark in bidar, one that is symbolic of the faith and foundation of Sikhism, nanded and bidar are standout places in southern India.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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