Gurudwara Sahib

#2 of 9 things to do in Chail

Gurudwara Sahib, which was built in 1907, is a noteworthy traveller goal situated on the Pandawa Hills, only a kilometre far from the Chail Bazaar. In spite of the fact that it is a Sikh temple, its design takes after a portion of the chapels in Goa. A yellow-hued structure encompassed by green gardens offers an astonishing perspective on the environment. Visited by various aficionados regularly, it is a two-tower structure which underpins the principal passage of the gurdwara. The head feature of this structure is its wooden rooftop that is raised to the tallness of around 22 feet. The pair of towers balanced flanking the fundamental passageway yield a shocking emanation to this unassuming landmark.

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Gurudwara Sahib  trip
Gurudwara Sahib  trip
Gurudwara Sahib  trip
Gurudwara Sahib  trip
Gurudwara Sahib  trip
Gurudwara Sahib  trip
Gurudwara Sahib  trip