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I am keen to have darshan of Hazur Sahib sometime. Would anyone please share their exp about the place & i also heard that it changes one's life in a big way. What is it like please share as much as you have experienced ji. :)

thanks.

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I can't tell you about any life changing experience however I would like to give you some advice based on my own experience. When I went it was just for 2 days, 2 days to travel - 2 days stay - 2 days travel back. We visited Sachkhand and around 13-14 Gurdwara Sahibs around and also Gurdwara Nanak Cheera. Everything was great, I enjoyed it and I loved it however I wish I had spent maybe 4-5 days in the area and not have to rush it all. Perhaps this is something you should consider IF you have the time. Otherwise yeah, standard trip is 2 days to get there, 2 day stop and 2 day travel back making the trip around 6 days.

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I was fortunate enough to spend two weeks at Sri Hazour sahib during the 300 saal smagam. Words can't explain the "buzz" nor the atmosphere :) and hanji it does change your life :)

The only phase that comes to mind is it's heaven on earth :) if you get the opportunity to go make most of it; it's the most amazing experience of a yathra iv ever had (been blessed with a few yathra with Guru jis kirpa).

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I can't tell you about any life changing experience however I would like to give you some advice based on my own experience. When I went it was just for 2 days, 2 days to travel - 2 days stay - 2 days travel back. We visited Sachkhand and around 13-14 Gurdwara Sahibs around and also Gurdwara Nanak Cheera. Everything was great, I enjoyed it and I loved it however I wish I had spent maybe 4-5 days in the area and not have to rush it all. Perhaps this is something you should consider IF you have the time. Otherwise yeah, standard trip is 2 days to get there, 2 day stop and 2 day travel back making the trip around 6 days.

Thanks i will keep the time period in mind, with so many Guru ghars there one would need at least a week. Are the other guru ghars near Hazur Sahib? I would really want to see them all if possible.

I was fortunate enough to spend two weeks at Sri Hazour sahib during the 300 saal smagam. Words can't explain the "buzz" nor the atmosphere Smile.png and hanji it does change your life Smile.png

The only phase that comes to mind is it's heaven on earth Smile.png if you get the opportunity to go make most of it; it's the most amazing experience of a yathra iv ever had (been blessed with a few yathra with Guru jis kirpa).

Wow, that sounds amazing.. thanks so much.. I too wish to have darshan soon :)

Thanks so much to both of you ji.

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khalsa jeo this is where i decided to stop with bad sangat upon returing to england i decided to keep my kesh a year later i was blessed with amrit

Thanks very much veerji, this is very inspiring and makes me want to run there now :p

If you don't mind would you elaborate on your exp & how it led you to this new jeewan veerji?

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My sister was never in the favour of amrit chakhna and when she came from Hazoor Sahib she herself went to get baptized... :respect: Dhan Dhan !!!!

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