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Trip to Sirhind, Malerkotla and Bhaini

Trip to Sirhind, Malerkotla and Bhaini

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Sri Bhaini Sahib,​
Ludhiana, Punjab
Meeting Time 7/23/2016 4:45:00 AM
Meeting Point Dhaula Kuan
Nearest Metro -
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 Charges 7500
 Type Heritage Trip
 Speaker Vikramjit Singh Rooprai
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Jul 23

Trip to Sirhind, Malerkotla and Bhaini Sri Bhaini Sahib
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7/23/2016 5:00:00 AM 7/24/2016 9:00:00 PM 68 Trip to Sirhind, Malerkotla and Bhaini A long awaited heritage exploration trip to Sirhind, Sanghol, Sri Bhaini Sahib, Doraha, Bija, Malerkotla and Shambhu in Punjab. Sri Bhaini Sahib Youth for Heritage Foundation false DD/MM/YYYY

About the Event

A long awaited trip to Punjab covering sites like Sirhind, Sanghol, Doraha, Shambhu, Malerkotla and most important, the site of oldest Non-Cooperation movement of India, Sri Bhaini Sahib. The 2 day trip will start with visiting the site from where Sikh Empire started and then proceed to the land of historic Kuka Movement. During this trip, we will also visit the shooting site of movie Rang De Basanti.


Sirhind: Sir-Hind, the biggest Mughal Cantonement of its time, when they captured the younger sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji and buried alive in a wall. Baba Banda Bahadur raided the site and established first Sikh Raj. We shall visit Aam Khas Bagh, Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib, Rauza Sharif and Todar Mal's Haveli.

Sanghol: Sanghol Stupa is the only remaining Buddhist site in Punjab. The archaeological remains of ancient stupa are worth a visit.

Sri Bhaini Sahib: Bhaini Village was the site of Kuka Rebellion, the oldest known mass non-cooperation movement against the British. Entire village was converted into a Gurudwara. Every building associated with any of the historic events was converted to a monument. Native Namdhari Community is working hard to keep the tradition alive within the boundaries of this mesmerizing village.

Doraha: Doraha used to be a small town on the historic Grand Trunk Road. The old Caravan Sarai still exists.

Bija: Less than 10Km from Doraha Sarai, stands proudly, Sarai Lashkari Khan, the shooting site of movie Rang De Basanti. We shall spend some time here before proceeding to Malerkotla.

Malerkotla: Malerkotla was an important Mughal and British Town. On a sunny day, 88 Namdharis were blown in front of canons for opposing animal killing and the massacre of butchers. If time permitted, we shall visit the old palace and fort within the town.

Shambhu: On our way back to Delhi, we will stop over at Mughal Shambhu Sarai on border of Haryana and Punjab.


Day 1: start from Delhi. B'fast at Karnal. Stop over at Sirhind. Next Stop: Sanghol. Night Stay: Sri Bhaini Sahib
Day 2: Early start at Bhaini. Attend early morning religious ceremonies. Proceed to Doraha, Bija and Malerkotla. Return to Delhi via Shambhu

Accommodation and Travel

Our night stay will be at the Guest House in Gurudwara Sri Bhaini Sahib. Each room is equipped with a double bed and a double matress on ground. Rooms will on quad-share basis. They are equipped with running hot and cold water. Please note that the sarai of Gurudwara is best that is available in the vicinity. However, it cannot be compared to any luxury hotel. The rooms were designed keeping in mind the comfort of devotees.
Travel will be via a Tempo Traveler. Maximum participants: 12

Participation & Payment Terms

If you wish to be part of this trip, please send a mail to You will be sent the payment submission details. Total amount to be deposited is Rs. 7500/-. This includes the cost for travel, stay and all meals. Any personal expense is not included in this cost. Children below the age of 8 years can join for free.

Cancellation Policy

Amount once deposited will not be refunded, unless the trip is cancelled by the organizers.


- This trip includes visit to several religious sites. Therefore, consumption of Alcohol or Tobacco is strictly prohibited during this journey.
- Cloths should be appropriate for religious sites

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