There are plenty of people here on Sundays and it is recommended that you choose other times to visit. Prepare something to cover your head and take off your shoes, which helps you enter the museum at a slower pace to learn more. There is also a movie that will give you a better understanding of the place, but Hindi. A volunteer from the reflection pool explained to us the various beliefs of Sikhism. The temple has a community kitchen that can provide food for anyone for free. It is run by volunteers. If you don’t like crowds, however, it may not be a good place for you.
This building itself is also one of the classic good places. Many of the content in the building is also very good. I will like it very much. The religion of India is very rich. Many locals are also very religious. Visiting here, many things are quite wide.
India’s culture is indeed very diverse and unique, and Sikhism is one of them. I was slightly impressed by India, the Sikhs wrapped in the headscarf, thinking that it was Indians, and later I learned more, only to know that it was just a minority in India, but the believers were only1-2%, but it was indeed special, which made people more impressed than other Indian nationalities. The guide is Sikh, he is proud of the Sikh charity, free food for the poor, actually know that Sikhism actually provides 50% of the food in India, respectable!
It is only 1.3km from the shopping resort Connaught Square, located in Bangor• Sasipsi Sikh Instruction Institute. If you don't arrange a trip to Amritsar Golden Temple in Punjab, it is not bad to come here to experience the Sikh culture. The entire temple compound building is all made of white marble, which is very holy.
[Location] Not far from Connet Square, I walked past, to stand against the Lieyang and the follow-up of Indian men everywhere. [Environment] It is in an alley, and there are more people selling sacrifices and stalls, which is almost there. In a pile of low, dilapidated buildings, this white gate and golden-top building looks bright. [Process] After entering the main entrance, the first thing is to take off the shoes and save the shoes, which is free. Then wrap your hair in a headscarf, or find a headscarf in the frame, and you can enter. Where there is no grass mat on the ground, you can really put some cumin. How much barbecue can you roast in a day~ I stepped on the water barefoot, and then walked through a square along the carpet and sunshade to the main hall. The three churchgoers played and sang, wow, the sound was too appealing, I stood next to it for a long time, but unfortunately I couldn't record it, it was so good. Then followed the believers around. There is a large pool next to it, you can go down to take a bath, the children are swimming, there is a small compartment for women to wash. Walked around the pool, then hit the museum by mistake, but came to the legendary free canteen. And just before the wave of eating, after the wave. I braved the first day to come to India to prepare for diarrhea, learn to eat a "white food." After eating, there is a toilet next to it, and there are public slippers in the toilet. Very unusual experience.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ashok Road, Delhi, India 110001