Anandpur Sahib

After breakfast at the hotel in New Delhi, we will fly to Chandigarh on the morning of November 7th, and then take a bus to Anandpur Sahib. On the way we will stop for lunch at Haveli Restaurant – a real local treat! A bus will take our luggage right from Delhi to Anandpur, avoiding weight overage fees at the airport.

Anandpur Sahib, which means “city of bliss,” is a small town in northern India where Guru Gobind Singh created the Khalsa. Here, the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan built his home and established “Dashmesh Sadan,” a Teaching Center for seekers from around the world to gather and have an opportunity to learn and excel in the highest of consciousness.

During our time in Anandpur Sahib, we will stay at this beautiful haven. We will arrive for dinner on the 7th and enjoy three delicious meals a day while we are at Dashmesh Sadan. At Dashmesh Sadan, we will have yoga and Aquarian Sadhana in the morning or an optional walk to Takhat Siri Keshgarh Sahib to listen to the Gurbani Kirtan.

Anandpur Sahib  is a spiritual and historic center for Sikhs.  It was visited by Guru Nanak, then discovered by Guru Hargobind, and the land was later purchased by Guru Teg Bahadur where he built his city. Guru Gobind Singh lived and meditated here and his sons were born here.

Staying in Anandpur Sahib an authentic experience of India, living and studying in sacred surroundings.  Anandpur Sahib is a holy place where the lives of the villagers revolve around their spiritual practice.  You will experience Anandpur Sahib not as a tourist, but as a seeker of knowledge and spiritual awakening.

As part of the Light of the Guru Nanak Yatra, there will be a Japji for the Aquarian Age Course in Anandpur Sahib.  Our mornings will be dedicated to studying the Japji Sahib and gaining a deeper understand of Guru Nanak Dev ji’s words. In the afternoon we will explore Anandpur Sahib.  The city has multiple Gurdwaras and historical sites that we will have an opportunity to visit.  These include:

  • Takhat Siri Keshgarh Sahib and Anandghar Fort
  • Gurdwaras of Guru Ka Lahore
  • Naina Devi Temple
  • Virasat-E-Khalsa Heritage Museum

On the morning of November 11th, we will have our last breakfast at Dashmesh Sadan and then leave by bus to Sultanpur Lodhi.

 

 “The greatest meditation is coming to the Guru. There is no meditation which can beat it. There’s no technology which can make up for it. There’s no grace which can be earned other than this.” ~Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan