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Sangat ji I had the opportunity to visit Hemkunt Sahib this past week.

I shot some pictures and videos I can share here if you are interested. Let me know. 🙂

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Go for it. I'd love to see how it's changed. I went there as a kid a while ago, and it was great. 

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I have uploaded some pictures of the Gurdwara and the views along the way. The videos are taking a lot of time to upload, hence I could not attach them. I might retry uploading them separately. 🙂

Wjkk Wjkf!

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I wasn't able to go here :( last time I went to India, the weather was too bad, but great pics thank you 

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19 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Lovely photography skills. 

Hehe really? Actually I think it's just that the views are quite good lol. But thanks!

18 hours ago, Redoptics said:

last time I went to India, the weather was too bad

I hope the next time it's better and you get to visit. 

I did not know this but a Singh apparently does sewa of hoisting the Nishan Sahib atop each of the surrounding 7 mountains every year. We could barely spot them...they looked like singular thorns...they were very high. Do carry a pair of binoculars if you wanna see them clearly.

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This is a man made pictures are lovely. Guru Garanth Sahib jee sits on this mountain. I can go in the Pacific mountains, Andes, Swiss, or even the Rockies  and find so many lakes with peaks. We are  a modern (refers to time not tradition) and scientific, we don't believe in this ritual that is more towards the Hindus. Science says Earth was once one a Island. Gurbani says the earth is alive and Earth moves just like  Earthquakes. Earth breaths Volcanic. I want someone to condemn we are not scientific or give me more know about Science which we are. Guru Jee never taught us Earth is Flat Guru Jee shows that the Earth revolves around the sun. Lets talk sense and science. I am an adventurer in the back country. I love the back country it gives so peace and power to relate to science and Gurbani. It is too bad in Sikhism we have 99.9% Snowflakes and barely .01% who everything about Sikhism. Sikh's are free to hoist their flag on the moon if they wish but it doesn't have any meanings.

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beautiful. jus having darshan from the pics themselves makes the mind feel calm n at ease...

would love to go on gurdwara yatra one day.

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On ‎7‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 7:22 PM, Guest Guest Singh said:

I have uploaded some pictures of the Gurdwara and the views along the way. The videos are taking a lot of time to upload, hence I could not attach them. I might retry uploading them separately. 🙂

Wjkk Wjkf!

IMG_20190703_122921.jpg

IMG_20190702_104548.jpg

IMG_20190701_110204.jpg

IMG_20190702_162827.jpg

IMG_20190702_063628.jpg

IMG_20190703_092137.jpg

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Thanks. Beautiful place that is

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On 7/18/2019 at 10:42 PM, Guest Voyger 1 said:

This is a man made pictures are lovely. Guru Garanth Sahib jee sits on this mountain. I can go in the Pacific mountains, Andes, Swiss, or even the Rockies  and find so many lakes with peaks. We are  a modern (refers to time not tradition) and scientific, we don't believe in this ritual that is more towards the Hindus. Science says Earth was once one a Island. Gurbani says the earth is alive and Earth moves just like  Earthquakes. Earth breaths Volcanic. I want someone to condemn we are not scientific or give me more know about Science which we are. Guru Jee never taught us Earth is Flat Guru Jee shows that the Earth revolves around the sun. Lets talk sense and science. I am an adventurer in the back country. I love the back country it gives so peace and power to relate to science and Gurbani. It is too bad in Sikhism we have 99.9% Snowflakes and barely .01% who everything about Sikhism. Sikh's are free to hoist their flag on the moon if they wish but it doesn't have any meanings.

What a load of crap you just spewed here my dear brother.  Why having such negative thought about sri hemkunt sahib? You don;t have to brag about you being an adventurer again and again. Control ego. Control "Being getting duped by missionaries" again and again. Just an advice from your elder brother here. Chardi kala.

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