Muktsar"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Gurudwara Tambu Sahib - Gurudwara Tambu Sahib is situated at the place where the Sikh warriors hid behind trees. The new building of the gurudwara was built during the 1980s and has a high ceiling domed hall, with a gallery and a sanctum.

     

    Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib - Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib is considered to be the last battlefield of Guru Gobind Singh, who fought here in 1705. A festival, in the month of January, is celebrated in memory of the forty Sikh warriors who died while fighting against the Mughal Empire. The place was renamed from Kidhrani di Dhab to Shri Muktsar Sahib and a gurudwara was constructed here for honouring the Sikh warriors. This gurudwara has a scared ‘sarovar’ where devotees take a dip during the Magh Mela.

     

    Sri Darbar Sahib - Sri Darbar Sahib was established by the Sikh families who settled in the area in 1743. The renovation work was carried out by Bhai Desu Singh and Bhai Lal Singh, the chiefs of Kaithal. It was again renovated during the 1930s by Sant Gurmukh Singh Karsevavale and Sant Sadhu Singh. During the 1880s, a tower and a flag post were constructed at the Gurudwara by Maharaja Hira Singh of Nabha.

     

    Gurudwara Shahidganj Sahib - Gurudwara Shahidganj Sahib is also known as the Arigitha Sahib. In 1870, the Gurudwara was built by Raja Wazir Singh of Faridkot at the spot where the bodies of Sikh warriors were cremated by Guru Gobind Singh.

     

    Mukta Minar - Mukta Minar, located near the District Administrative Complex, is surrounded by beautiful gardens. The concrete body of the minar is covered by steel. There is an open air theatre built to commemorate 300 years of martyrdom of the Chali Mukte, the 40 Sikhs, who died fighting near the lake of Khidrana.

     

    Gurudwara Rakabsar Sahib - Gurudwara Rakabsar Sahib, situated east of Gurudwara Tibbi Sahib, was built by Baba Baghel Singh during the 1950s. In February 1923, the administration of the gurudwara was undertaken by the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee. Maghi Mela is celebrated at this gurudwara during mid-January.

     

    Gurudwara Sri Datan Sar Sahib - Gurudwara Sri Datan Sar Sahib, situated on the outskirts of Muktsar, was constructed in the honour of Guru Gobind Singh. This gurudwara was built at the place where Guru Gobind Singh killed a Mughal soldier. The grave of the Mughal soldier is situated near the gurudwara.

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  • Hotels of Muktsar

    City Hotel And Gagan International Hotel, Muktsar

    Telephone exchange, City Hotel St

    City Hotel And Gagan International Hotel, Muktsar offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of th

    1,250.00 Avg/night

    Madan Hotel, Muktsar

    KKP Road

    Madan Hotel, Muktsar offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is crea

    1,600.00 Avg/night

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    Gurudwara Tambu Sahib - Gurudwara Tambu Sahib is situated at the place where the Sikh warriors hid behind trees. The new building of the gurudwara was built during the 1980s and has a high ceiling domed hall, with a gallery and a sanctum.

     

    Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib - Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib is considered to be the last battlefield of Guru Gobind Singh, who fought here in 1705. A festival, in the month of January, is celebrated in memory of the forty Sikh warriors who died while fighting against the Mughal Empire. The place was renamed from Kidhrani di Dhab to Shri Muktsar Sahib and a gurudwara was constructed here for honouring the Sikh warriors. This gurudwara has a scared ‘sarovar’ where devotees take a dip during the Magh Mela.

     

    Sri Darbar Sahib - Sri Darbar Sahib was established by the Sikh families who settled in the area in 1743. The renovation work was carried out by Bhai Desu Singh and Bhai Lal Singh, the chiefs of Kaithal. It was again renovated during the 1930s by Sant Gurmukh Singh Karsevavale and Sant Sadhu Singh. During the 1880s, a tower and a flag post were constructed at the Gurudwara by Maharaja Hira Singh of Nabha.

     

    Gurudwara Shahidganj Sahib - Gurudwara Shahidganj Sahib is also known as the Arigitha Sahib. In 1870, the Gurudwara was built by Raja Wazir Singh of Faridkot at the spot where the bodies of Sikh warriors were cremated by Guru Gobind Singh.

     

    Mukta Minar - Mukta Minar, located near the District Administrative Complex, is surrounded by beautiful gardens. The concrete body of the minar is covered by steel. There is an open air theatre built to commemorate 300 years of martyrdom of the Chali Mukte, the 40 Sikhs, who died fighting near the lake of Khidrana.

     

    Gurudwara Rakabsar Sahib - Gurudwara Rakabsar Sahib, situated east of Gurudwara Tibbi Sahib, was built by Baba Baghel Singh during the 1950s. In February 1923, the administration of the gurudwara was undertaken by the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee. Maghi Mela is celebrated at this gurudwara during mid-January.

     

    Gurudwara Sri Datan Sar Sahib - Gurudwara Sri Datan Sar Sahib, situated on the outskirts of Muktsar, was constructed in the honour of Guru Gobind Singh. This gurudwara was built at the place where Guru Gobind Singh killed a Mughal soldier. The grave of the Mughal soldier is situated near the gurudwara.

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