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Hazur Sahib (Nanded)


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Hazur Sahib (Nanded) is the fourth seat of the Sikhism. He gave his last sermon at this place and made the place sacred for his followers. In the Hazur Sahib building, you will find two other shrines apart from Takhat Sahib.

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Also known as Takhat Sri Hazoor Sahib, Hazur Sahib is the place, where Sahib-e-Kamaal Guru Gobind Singh ji stayed during his last days in the year of 1708.

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Introduction

Hazur Sahib (Nanded) is a major seat for the Sikhs, which is largely visited by Sikhs from all over the country. It is the fourth seat of the Sikhism, which is very important for the followers of the religion of Sikhism. Also known as Takhat Sri Hazoor Sahib, Hazur Sahib is the place, where Sahib-e-Kamaal Guru Gobind Singh ji stayed during his last days in the year of 1708. It is in this place, where the Sikh guru transferred the Eternal Gurgaddi or Guruship to Guru Granth Sahib ji.

It is at Hazur Sahib (Nanded) that the Sikh Guru gave his last sermon, where he said that his disciples should bow only to Shabad Guru and to no other human. The uniform and the weapon used by the Guru is preserved till date in this place. Nanded, Located in the state of Maharashtra is a major pilgrimage for the Sikhs. The main shrine is located at the banks of the River Godavari. It became a major seat for the Sikhs after the emperor Bahadur Shah departed.

Hazur Sahib is the place, where it is said that the tenth guru, Guru Govind Singh rose to heaven on a horse named Dilbag. He was stabbed to death by a group of assassins at this place and is thus an important place for the Sikhs. At the time when he was dying, it is said that he asked the langar to continue. He gave his last sermon at this place and made the place sacred for his followers.

At that place, a building was constructed later by Maharaja Ranjit Singh during the 1930's. The building is a huge one that is spread over large hectare of land. In the Hazur Sahib building, you will find two other shrines apart from Takhat Sahib. The shrine of Bunga Mai Bhago ji comprises Guru Granth Sahib that is placed amidst a steel bow and an arrow, steel quoits, a gilded dagger-sized sword, a broad sword, a few swords and a mace.

You can find camps near the Hazur Sahib (Nanded), where you can put up a stay. Being one of the major pilgrimage and religious sites, it is visited by thousands of pilgrims all over the year and for their boarding there are plenty of camp sites for them. These camps are provided with all necessary facilities like langar halls, electricity, medical, wash areas and parking.

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