HOW TO REACH HERE: By Metro - Rajiv Chowk and Patel Chowk metro stations are equidistant from the gurudwara. Get down at either of the two stations and walk to the holy place.
By road - Gurudwara is on Ashoka Rd, Hanuman Road Area, Connaught Place
|Interiors of the gurudwara.|
|Langar being practiced in the hall.|
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is situated in the heart of New Delhi's Connaught Place area. It is located on the east side intersection of Ashoka Road and Baba Kharak Singh Marg. The holy place includes the temple, a kitchen, a large holy pond called 'Sarovar' , a school and an art gallery. Just like any other Sikh Gurudwara, the concept of langar is practiced, and all people, regardless of race, caste or religion may eat in the Gurudwara kitchen (the langar hall). The Langar is prepared by gursikhs who work there and also by volunteers who like to help out. At the Gurdwara, visitors are requested to cover their hair and and remove their shoes before entering. Assistance to foreigners and visitors with Guides, head scarves, and shoe-minding service can be found inside the compound and are available free of charge. Anyone can volunteer to help keep the shoes in the shoe-minding room, and cleaning the precincts of the Gurudwara.