Jalandhar Pilgrimage

Jalandhar pilgrimage comprises of places of worship belonging to different religions, castes, community and creed. The rich cosmopolitan culture of the city is reflected through the places of worship of different religion and sect. The city of Jalandhar occupies a place of eminence among the religious places of Sikhs. Some of the Gurudwaras located in and around Jalandhar are Kartarpur Gurudwara, Gurdwara Chhevin Padshahi and Gurudwara Ber Sahib.

The fascinating architecture of the Gurudwaras along with its religious importance attracts tourists from all over the country. From the city of Jalandhara number of pilgrimage tours are conducted which cover the major Gurudwaras in and around the city.

Apart from Gurudwaras the city and its neighborhood is also famous for its temples like Devi Talab Mandir, Tulsi Mandir, Shiv Mandir, Sodal Mandir, Panch Mandir etc. Handira Mausoleum, Imam Nasir Mausoleum, Moorish Mosque and Jamma Masjid occupy a significant place in the religious life of Muslims.

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Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012



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