Gurudwara Nada Sahib


Gurudwara Nada Sahib Overview

Ranked 9 of 13 sightseeing in Parwanoo

Gurudwara Nada Sahib is a famous religious site of Sikhs, which attracts a lot of visitors every year. Located at the banks of Ghaggar River in Panchkula District, this place is historically significant. It is believed that after a battle with Mughals in 1688, Guru Gobind Singh, founder of Sikhism, stayed here for some time while travelling from Paonta Sahib to Anandpur. The Gurudwara is named after Nadu Shah, a resident of this place who offered his services to the thousands of Sikh warriors at that time.

The building has a spacious courtyard paved with bricks and offers accommodation facilities for the pilgrims. It also has a large complex, which is equipped to organise Langar. The Sikh flag can be seen flying at the top of 105 ft high staff. Though this Gurudwara is thronged by a lot of visitors on a daily basis, it is more crowded on the Purnamasi's or the full moon day every month. Tourists can visit this place, which is at a distance of nearly 22 km from Parwanoo.    

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