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One of the very few Sikh pilgrimage centres in south India, the Guru Nanak Jhira Sahib nestles in serene surroundings near a splendid Gurudwara complex. A natural spring feeds the Sarovara (lake) built here. A Guru-ka-langar (community kitchen) provides free food to all visitors. According to a legend Guru Nanak, the famed social and religious…

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Mai Bhago was the surviving heroine in the battle of Muktsar. Mai Bhago was a brave sigh warrior woman who led sigh soldiers and fought against the Mughals during 1705 AD. Guru Gobind Sigh was the Sikh leader at that time and Sikhs were under constant pressure from Mughals to convert to Islam and had…

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Guru Singh Sabha Gurudwara Located on the banks of the picturesque Ulsoor lake, the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara was built in 1943. It is the largest Sikh shrine in Bengaluru.

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Art of Living is a private institute popular for meditation practices, yoga, ayurveda and spiritual practices. It was founded by Sri Sri Ravishankar and has its global headquarter in Kanakapura.

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Ramakrishna Ashrama is a chain of Hindu monasteries set up by Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, who was a 19th century saint known for initiating various social reforms.

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Divine Park is a centre of dynamic spirituality, established on the life principles of Swami Vivekananda. Divine Park is located in the coastal town of Saligrama in Udupi district and conducts multiple programs under the motto of ‘man making and nation building’.

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Located in Kanakapura Road, Pyramid Valley International is administered and run by Pyramid Spiritual Societies Movement. The Trust, a not-for-profit organization, was founded by Brahmarshi Patriji in the year 2003, to set up an international Meditational University near Bengaluru. It is considered to be the world’s largest meditation Pyramid and is constructed in a scientific…

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The Namdroling Monastery, popularly referred to as ‘The Golden Temple’ is one of the largest Tibetan settlements in India. Located in Bylakuppe, about 5 kms from Kushalanagara in Kodagu district, The Golden Temple complex is home to about 16000 refugees and 600 monks .

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Sonda (also referred to as Sodhe) is a temple village in Uttara Kannada, headquarters of Sodhe Matha, established in the 13th century by Saint Madhavacharya. Sonda’s high altitude (2000 meters above msl) gives it a hill station like weather.

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Situated at the confluence of the rivers Krishna and Malaprabha in Bagalakote District, this pilgrim centre is associated with the great 12th-century poet and reformer Basaveshwara. The Aikya Mantapa or the holy Samadhi of Basavanna, the founder of the Lingayat sect of Hindu religion along with a Linga, which is believed to be self-born (Swayambhu),…

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Sri Sogala Kshetra: Sogal is a temple town and historical place attributed to a sage named Sugol Muni. Sogal is located on a hill range in Belagavi district, 16 kms from Bailhongal town.

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