Travel to Hemkunt Sahib
History: This northern Hemkunt place has been the land of the Hemkunt for ages, with great penances and lovers joining the Lord. Centuries ago, these snow-capped mountains were filled with caves on the shore, in which Rishi-Muni and penance were seated in a quiet place on nature and trying to be united with the Lord. Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji performed the penance by staying in a cave at this place in the previous form.
In this sacred pool today, even today, travelers are treated by the love of the Lord God. Traveling is difficult, but every year millions of entrepreneurs travel from June to June.
Sri Hemkunt Sahib is the holy taphumi where the King of Kulgidhar, Guru Gobind Singh Sahib spent a long time in his previous form in meditation with Akal Purakh Vahiguru. There was no difference between Himself and Akal Purakh in this spiritual state. On this great ascetic evil suppression, God allowed you to travel the world in a new way of life and spread the religion. End the persecution of the unrighteous and the oppressor. Following this ‘hukam’, Dustan Daman came from Hemkunt and was born in Patna Sahib, the mother of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, the mother of Guru Tegh Bahadur. Guru Gobind Singh in his autobiography ‘Bachitra Natak’ narrates on his current life journey the news of the previous form which made the world aware of this place.
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In ‘Bachitra Natak’, Guru Gobind Singh Ji describes his life story as where the Hemkunt is situated, there is a mountain called Sapat Srrang, ie the name of Badri Narayan, now in the Himalayan valley, surrounded by seven mountains. Is also very strong. It was here that the Pandava Raja earned his yoga. It was at this place that Guru Ji meditated on Akal Purakh. When Guru Gobind Singh and Akal Purakh became one of the two, the Lord was pleased and obedient, then Guru Gobind Singh was born in Kalyug. Guru Ji writes that the attitude of my Lord was so attached to the world that the world did not feel welcomed for the sake of the sake of the world. The Lord explained it to me and then sent me a specific task for this world trip.
On the visit of the Kalgidhar Emperor to the world, his Sikhs did not intend to visit the land of this Tapo for the most part during the eighteenth century. Under the leadership of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, a large kingdom was established and many Sikh states were formed and the process of exploration and travel of Tapu land began. First of all, Bhai Santokh Singh ji described this Tapu land in the Sun Prakash Granth, and when traveling to Hemkunt Sait Sringe, it was first described by Pandit Tara Singh, Nargot. Done in He started researching this place based on the basics of Bachitra Natak. Then, from those great Indian texts, Pandu Raje, having learned about the heat and the place of Pandukeshwar, reached the place of Hemkunta Sapt Srinagar, where the evil-doer had repented.
Sant Sohan Singh Tehriwale, the first person to forget the monument of evil-repression on the Tapu land of the Hemkunt seven hills, first reached this place in 1932 and began to visit it every year. He began his efforts to establish a monument and set up a memorial. Sant Sohan Singh’s meeting with Bhai Vir Singh in 1935 showed his desire to travel to Hemkunt Sept and set up a Gurdwara Sahib. Bhai Vir Singh showed great enthusiasm and gave all kinds of help to the Guru Granth Sahib with the holy Bir, Rummale, Manji Sahib and necessary supplies of gurdwaras, saws, utensils, some books and a tent etc. to commence the construction of the Gurdwara. Before they could stay and recite the lesson. In this way the monument was erected on this site.
In August 1936 Sant Sohan Singh ji started construction of the Gurdwara. Within three months the room was made 10 by 10 feet and three feet wide. In spite of many difficulties, Sant Ji carried out this great task with the support of the sangat. This time he reached the Holy Bir of Guru Granth Sahib along with other gurdwaras and lit up the Guru Granth Sahib there. The flag was also forgotten. On the day of enlightenment the Guru’s intimate anchor was used on this Tapo land. A large number of associates also arrived. Sant Sohan Singh ji passed away at the feet of Akal Purakh on 13 February 1939 and before that the service was entrusted to Gurmukh Pyar Modan Singh Havaldar and the great saint Khandi Singh ji. Both of them carried out the work of service with full devotion, enthusiasm and dedication. He started building a number of shrines and shrines along the way for the visiting sangat. Routes created. Every year millions of devotees come to Hemkunt Sahib for the journey. Havadar Modan Singh Ji established a seven member Gurdwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib Trust in 1960. Thus, the management of Sri Hemkunt Sahib and its associated places and gurdwaras came under the trust and continues to this day.
Different Stages of Yatra: The first phase shares many great events in the history of the city situated on the banks of the river Ponta Sahib in Himachal Pradesh. The city was founded and renamed by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The Guru stayed here for four and a half years (1685-1689). It was here that Sahibzada Ajit Singh was born. Many literary works were also done here on the banks of the Jumna. Visitors visit the historical shrines here. Rishikesh reaches Dehradun on its journey. Jatts traveling to Hemkunt Sahib from Uttar Pradesh and other parts of India reach Rishikesh through Haridwar and meet other travelers.
Rishikesh is a historic and pilgrimage spot on the Ganges coast, 24 km from Haridwar. There is a lahman flower near the paradise ashram here. The river bridges and temples are visible. Dev Rishikesh is the important place ahead of Rishikesh. Dev Pragya is a place surrounded by four-fours with natural scenery. The town is located on the confluence of the Alanganda Ganga with the Bhagirathi. There are two roads. The shore of an alcnada goes straight to Hemkunt and Badrinath. On one side are high mountains and on the other side the flow of pure water. The nature of Kadar leaves its indelible imprint on the human mind as it travels.
Next to Dev Pragya comes Mr. Nagar, Garhwal. In this historic town Guru Nanak Dev Ji stayed for some time while visiting Maharaja Sumer. It was also the capital of King Fateh Shah of Biyar, whose daughter was married to Bhangani during the marriage of the king of Biyar to the king of Kaligihar. Srinagar is a city situated at a height of 3400 feet above sea level in the length of the coast of Alaknanda. From here, the road leading from Kot Gurdwara to Badrinath joins the road coming from Rishikesh. At the local Gurdwara Sahib there are two ancient handwritten beers. Travelers from Sri Nagar reach Rudraprabhag by passing through the hill villages and towns. There are two rivers Alkananda and Mandakani. This section is very important for those who are not a bad person. The next stage comes from the Rudrapragya. It is also an important fortune for those who are visiting Hindu pilgrimages. The rivers are coming out of the four surrounding mountains and coming together towards the plain. The two rivers are the confluence of Pindar Ganga and Alaknanda. Tourist groups of Sikh saints travel to Chamoli traveling by bus, car, etc. There are two roads coming from Kedarnath. There are comfortable and comfortable dining facilities for the travelers.
Further up the spectacular and imposing mountain road becomes a spectacular view, and the next special stage is the historic town of Joshi. When it becomes difficult to stay bad in winter, people from Badrinath lose their senses. Joshimah is also one of the four heads of the Shankaracharis. There is also a magnificent Gurdwara Sahib. The next stage from Joshimath is Gobind Ghat. Here this area is called Pandukeshwar. At one time, the Pandu Raja had done penance. The journey from Gobind Ghat to Hemkunt Sahib starts from Gurdwara Gobindhat Sahib. Travelers stay their night and start their next journey in the morning. There is a blanket and anchorage for the Sangat.
From Gobind Ghat one goes to Sri Hemkunt Sahib and the other to Badri Nath. Gurdwara Gobind Ghat sits on the shores of Alaknanda flowing at a height of 6,000 feet above sea level. The Lokpal enters the valley by crossing the river. Guru Gobind Singh Ji is known as the Lokpal in the previous life. Therefore, the name of this valley is also known with Lok Pal. From Gobind Ghat to Gobind Yam, a 12-kilometer walk travels to a number of attractive places with tea, water, pies, biscuits, and refreshments. Gobind Dham is the last step to reach Sri Hemkunt Sahib at an altitude of 10 thousand two hundred feet above the coast.
The small market at Gobind Dham is very beautiful and the small market is very beautiful. There is anchor and tea available all the time. Travelers rest here at night and begin the four-and-a-half-kilometer walk to reach Hemkunt Sahib, taking langar tea etc. in the morning. As you walk from here to every pilgrimage to Himachal Pradesh, Sri Hemkunt Sahib crosses the ice glacier path. Gurdwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib has four rounds of snow. There is a lake in the middle. A stream of water flowing several miles downstream offers a wonderful view of the Alaknanda. Bathing in the tank provides physical exhaustion. The body grows slowly. After that, the attendants of the Darbah Sahib perform a homage to the sangat by taking an anchor of hot tea. Enjoying the kirtan of kirtan happening inside, the devotees chant ‘SatNaam Vahiguru’ from their mouth and become overwhelmed by the sight of the Guru.