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SIKH GURUDHWARA : Ulsoor Lake - Sikh Gurudwara

SIKH GURUDHWARA : Ulsoor Lake - Sikh Gurudwara
Near the Ulsoor Lake stands the elegant and white Sikh Gurudwara. Opened on 13 April 1946, it is the main Sikh temple in Bangalore. Having been renovated recently, the temple looks resplendent with marble floors.

The Sikhs have a unique belief: all human beings are one.
Devotees from all religions and communities are welcome to the temple.The prayer hall is large and well-ventilated. It can accommodate about 500 devotees at a time. Special prayers are offered every Sunday and the temple wears a colourful look. Nearly a thousand people from all religions come here to worship. Bhajans and kirtanas are sung in praise of Guru Nanak and Guru Granth Sahib. After this, meals (vegetables, dal, chapatis and payasam) are served to all.
There is a school, a medical centre and a function hall in the premises. The temple also provides accommodation (a day's stay) to the tourists. The Sri Guru Singh Sabha manages the affairs of the temple, but it is the devotees who sponsor free medical consultancy and Sunday meals.
Routine prayers are held everyday from

  •  
    • 4:00 am to 7:30 am &
    • 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm.  



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SIKH GURUDHWARA : Ulsoor Lake - Sikh Gurudwara

SIKH GURUDHWARA : Ulsoor Lake - Sikh Gurudwara
Near the Ulsoor Lake stands the elegant and white Sikh Gurudwara. Opened on 13 April 1946, it is the main Sikh temple in Bangalore. Having been renovated recently, the temple looks resplendent with marble floors.

The Sikhs have a unique belief: all human beings are one.
Devotees from all religions and communities are welcome to the temple.The prayer hall is large and well-ventilated. It can accommodate about 500 devotees at a time. Special prayers are offered every Sunday and the temple wears a colourful look. Nearly a thousand people from all religions come here to worship. Bhajans and kirtanas are sung in praise of Guru Nanak and Guru Granth Sahib. After this, meals (vegetables, dal, chapatis and payasam) are served to all.
There is a school, a medical centre and a function hall in the premises. The temple also provides accommodation (a day's stay) to the tourists. The Sri Guru Singh Sabha manages the affairs of the temple, but it is the devotees who sponsor free medical consultancy and Sunday meals.
Routine prayers are held everyday from

  •  
    • 4:00 am to 7:30 am &
    • 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm.  



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