Gurudwara Saheb Ameerpet
One The Best Sikh Gurudwaras That Has Been Built With Modern Archtecture In Andhra Pradesh.
Any Sikh Brother Or Sister From Different Parts Of The Country Visiting Hyderabad Should Compulsorily Visit This Beautifully Built Gurudwara. For The Devotees From Outside, Special Rooms Have Been Contsructed For Their Stay In Hyderabad
This 100 year old Ameerpet Saheb Gurudwara is one of the best that was built with modern architecture. It has many devotees visiting this place from all over the world. This gurudwara has special rooms for pilgrimages where they can stay over on a visit to the gurudwara. Prior to the new gurudwara that was rebuilt with Sadh Sangat ji support, the old gurudwara was built some 100 years ago and is one of the biggest gurudwaras in the state with more than 2000 devotees. This area is surrounded by the Sikhs, who lives in and around the Gurudwara. Khalsa Panth Foundation Day is one of the important celebrations of the gurudwara. They also celebrate other festivals such as Prakash Utsav Of First Sikh Guru Sri Guru Nanak Devji and Birthday Celebrations Of Tenth Sikh Guru Sri Guru Gobind Sing in a lavish manner. In the year 2006, this gurudwara was praised for its majestic architecture during the visit of Punjab Chief Minister S Prakash Singh Badal and former SGPC president, Bibi Jagir Kaur who congratulated the prabhandak Committee for the construction of the intricately crafted Gurudwara. They praised them for maintaining the true culture of the Sikhs. For the first time in the history of the state of Andhra Pradesh the Governmant of Andhra Pradesh has built a modern multipurpose indoor stadium, named after The Tenth Sikh Guru ‘Guru Gobind Singhji’. Like every Gurudwara, Gurudwara Saheb Amarpeet follows the Adi Granth and the Dasam Granth Saheb which plays a very pivotal part in the lives of the Sikhs since its inception. Sikh Rehat Maryada which is the Sikh code of conduct and conventions from the Sikh’s living, Sikh’s personal life, meditation is also followed here. The timings along with the schedule is given below for your visit. The Gurudwara conducts Morning Deewan and Evening deewan . Morning Deewan: 3.45 AM: Prakash of Guru Granth Saheb and Dasam Granth Saheb 4.00 AM: Hukamnama of Guru Granth Saheb 4.15 AM – 4.45 AM: Nit Name (5 Baani’s) 4.45 AM to 5.30 AM: Sukhmani Saheb 5.30 AM to 5.35 AM: Ardas 5.35 AM to 7.00 AM: Asa Di Var di Chouki 7.00 AM to 7.15 AM: Keertan and Anand Saheb 7.15 AM to 7.20 AM: Ardas 7.20 AM to 7.30 AM: Hukamnama and Samapti of Morning Deewan Evening Deewan: 6.00 PM to 6.20 PM: Keertan (Sodar Di Chouki) 6.20 PM to 6.30 PM: Anand Saheb 6.30 PM to 6.35 PM: Ardas 6.35 PM to 7.00 PM: Rehras Saheb 7.00 PM to 7.05 PM: Ardas 7.05 PM to 7.15 PM: Aarti 7.15 PM to 7.30 PM: Naam Simran 7.30 PM to 7.45 PM: Hukamnama, Sukhasan and Samapti of Evening Deewan Special Deewan On Sundays, Samapti of Deewan at 10.30 AM, after that Guru ka Langar is served On Puranmasi, Samapti of Deewan at 9.00 PM, after that Guru ka Langar is served On All Gurupurabs and Special Deewan, Guru ka Langar is served The Gurudwara also provides facilities like: Pension for widows After Samapti of Daily Morning Deewan, Tea and Snacks will be served Accommodation facility is available for Yatris Out Patient Clinic facility is available (Timings: 6.00 PM to 8.00 PM)
For More Details, Contact S Ajeet Singh (094400-53460), S Darshan Singh (098495-39318).