Holidat Travel is Pleased to annouce Sikh Pilgrimage packages Most indepth Study and Planning, Presently Holiday Travel is offering Sikh Pilgrimages in North India (Himachal , Punjab, Uttrakhand) & Other parts of India ( Maharashtra & Eatern India). Office of Holiday Travel is located in Heart of Sikh Pilgrimages ( Una Himachal, & Chandigarh). The Key Takhts of Sikhism Anandpur Sahib, Holy Kiratpur Sahib, Holy Una Sahib, Valiant Chamkor Sahib, Baba Vadbhag Singh ji of Maidi all are very near to Office of Holiday Travel.
The Unique Sikh Pilgrimage Plan offered by Holiday Travel Includes Himachal & Punjab Sikh Pilgrimage Yatra in which you will cover 2 main Takhts of Sikhism in Anandpur Sahib, Damdama Talwandi Sabo followed by Main Gurdwaras in Kiratpur Sahib patal puri, Chamkor sahib & Fatehgarh sahib and Finally you will set on to the Unique Journey to Takht Sachkhand in Nanded on direct train from Una Sahib to Nanded Sahib Train.
In addition Holiday Travel's Chandigarh Office is centrally located to main Pilgrimages of Sikhism ,which are at Amritsar, Tarantaran, Fatehgarh Sahib, Khadur Sahib, etc..
So in short, Holiday Travel is the authetic travel company of India, which provides indpth Sikh Pilgrimage Packages, various packages offered by holiday Travel are as below :-
Hemkund Sahib & Valley of Flowers Tour package - Duration:7Night -8 Days.
Sikhism was founded in the Punjab by Guru Nanak and is a monotheistic religion. Sikhism was founded in the 16th century in the Punjab district of what is now India and Pakistan. It was founded by Guru Nanak and is based on his teachings, and those of the 9 Sikh Gurus who followed him.The Gurus who followed Nanak contributed to the consolidation and spread of Sikhism.
Ten Sikh Gurus
The first Guru (Master) - Guru Nanak Dev (1469 to 1539), the second guru - Guru Angad Dev (1504 To 1552), the Third Guru- Guru Amar Das (1479 To 1574), the Fourth Guru- Guru Ram Das (1534 To 1581), the Fifth Guru- Guru Arjan Dev (1563 To 1606), the Sixth Guru- Guru Hargobind (1595 To 1644) ,the Seventh Guru- Guru Har Rai (1630 To 1661), the Eighth Guru- Guru Harkrishan (1656 To 1664), the Ninth Guru- Guru Tegh Bahadur (1621 To 1675), the Tenth Guru- Guru Gobind Singh (1666 To 1708
Gurdwara - Sikh Religious Place (Sikh Temple)
A Gurdwara, meaning "the doorway to the Guru", is the Sikh place of worship and may be referred to as a Sikh temple. The most famous gurdwara is the Harmandir Sahib in Amritsar.
Any place where the Guru Granth Sahib is installed and treated with due respect can be referred to as a Gurdwara
The Golden Temple is a living symbol of the spiritual and historical traditions of the Sikhs. It is a source of inspiration for all Sikhs and their chief place of pilgrimage. Also known as Harimandir Sahib, it has entrances and doors on all four sides.
The Guru Granth Sahib (also known as the Adi Granth) is considered the Supreme Spiritual Authority and Head of the Sikh religion, rather than any living person. The living Guru of the Sikhs, the book is held in great reverence by Sikhs and treated with the utmost respect. It spans 1430 pages and contains the actual words spoken by the Sikh Gurus and various other Saints. The tenth Sikh Guru decreed that after his death the spiritual guide of the Sikhs would be the teachings contained in Guru Granth Sahib.
Guru Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh was the last Guru of the Sikhs in human form. He created the Khalsa, a spiritual brotherhood and sisterhood devoted to purity of thought and action. He gave the Khalsa a distinctive external form to remind them of their commitment, and to help them maintain an elevated state of consciousness. Fore more information on Baisakhi click here. Every Sikh baptized as Khalsa vows to wear the Five "K's":
The community of men and women who have been initiated into the Sikh faith is the Khalsa. The Khalsa celebrated its 300th anniversary in 1999.