Gurudwara badi sangat burhanpur it means the door of the Guru and is the place of devotion of the Sikhs where they also perform their religious rituals. Sikh Gurudwaras are also called Gurudwara Sahib. Gurudwaras welcome people of all faiths. Each Gurudwara has a Darbar Sahib, and the current and historical Sikh Guru Granth Sahib is seated on an ottoman (elevated throne) in a prominent central position. In the presence of the congregation, Ragis (those who sing melody) sing, and interpret verses from the Guru Granth Sahib.
Burhanpur city of Madhya Pradesh bordering Maharashtra is historical for the Sikh society. The first Guru of the Sikhs, Shri Guru Nanak Dev ji Maharaj, and the tenth Guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj had arrived gurudwara badi sangat burhanpur. Gave knowledge to the devotees here. He had given the holy sermon of worshiping and worshiping the Ek Omkar Lord, removing the devotees from ritualistic and useless pomp. After this, from gurudwara badi sangat burhanpur he sat in Imli Sahib Gurudwara in Indore via Omkareshwar. Even today, the religious place of Sikhs here is Gurudwara Badi Sangat burhanpur and the historical Gurudwara of Rajghat.
The center of faith is about 450 years old Where the first Guru of Sikhs Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the tenth Guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh Maharaj had arrived in gurudwara badi sangat Burhanpur. Here he had put his signature on the form of Shri Guru Granth Sahib. This is the only Shri Granth Sahib on which Guruji has signed. A very beautiful painting has been done on every page of this book, which is very beautiful. Because of his lotus feet, his Gurugadi is situated here.
According to historian Hoshang Havaldar, this Gurudwara is famous in society as Gurudwara Badi Sangat burhanpur Padshahi Dus. Here one can also see the weapons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Gurudwara badi sangat Burhanpur illuminated by the light of religious leaders was blessed. The lotus feet of the gurus fell on this earth.
Guru Nanakji’s Birth Anniversary Celebration
People of the Sikh community celebrate Guru Nanak Jayanti on the day of Kartik Purnima, which comes 15 days after Deepawali. The birthday of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, is celebrated as Guru Parv or Prakash Parv. On this day, people of the Sikh community take out Prabhat Pheri early in the morning while chanting Wahe Guru, Wahe Guru. In the gurudwaras, the process of religious rituals starts in the morning. Which goes on till late at night.
At this time, people perform Shabad Kirtan and offer Rumala. In the evening, langar is organized. On the day of Guru Parv, people of the Sikh religion serve according to their reverence and sing guru Nanak’s teachings i.e. Guruvani. & plays hymns from holy books.
Points to Remember Before Entering in Gurudwara
- One must remove shoes
- Step into a shallow cleansing pool
- Cover hairs with napkins or stalls
- No photography is allowed on the premises
Architecture of Gurudwara
Gurudwara Badi Sangat is also known for its architecture. The building is made up of using white marble. The area covers almost 16 acres of land. Rectangular shape with a certain high roof hall. 3 sides of the walls were covered with old handwritten Granth sahib, which is safeguarded. The tall flag is placed on the top of the building. It is called a Nishan sahib & can be seen from far away.
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Gurudwara Rd, Burhanpur Industrial Area, Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh 450331
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