Guru Ka Tal Gurudwara , Agra

  • Spend Time

    2-4 hours

  • Best Time To Visit

    12 month

  • Timings

    24 hour



Gurudwara Dukh Nivaran Guru Ka Taal is located in Agra on Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Marg. The city also has a very old connection with Sikh history. The feet of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji and Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj are covered with blankets on this sacred and historical land. In whose memory the Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal has been built. Guru Ka Taal is a unique place in Agra. From this place, Parvana himself went to his murderer to be martyred on Shama for the welfare of the people. Examples full of charity are not found anywhere else in the world. The huge luxurious buildings built in the memory of Guru Sahib at this place still remind us of the sacrifice given by Guru Sahib for the religion. Lakhs of devotees and tourists come here every year. Today this place has become the center of propagation of Sikhism.

Construction of Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal

Shri 111 Saint Atar Singh ji handed over Gurudwara Mastuana to his beloved servant and the idol of sacrifice Saint Harisingh ji before independence, when Hazur Sahib reached Hazur Sahib to protect the religion, at that time Saint Sadhu Singh ji Moni was also with him. While doing the company of Saint Hari Singh, he came in the company of Saint Nidhan Singh ji and continued to do langar service at the Nagina Ghat Gurdwara on the banks of the Godavari river.

After this Saint Harnam Singh Ji came to Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal in Agra in 1971 AD. On reaching Agra, Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal came into service in Agra on the full moon day of September 1971 with the help of the Sangats of Agra. While doing this great service by taking fellow Sant Niranjan Singh and Sant Pritam Singh ji along with them, they changed the map of this place. With the passage of time, the land of Gurughar was promoted by purchasing the surrounding land.

Facts about -There is no staff here but around 300 servicemen live here

The area of ​​Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal is about 30 acres. Sant Sadhu Singh Ji Mouni continued to serve this place from 1971 to 1987. The annual Gurmat Samagam, Guru Nanak Guru Parv, Shaheedi Guru Parv, Purnima etc. festivals are celebrated with pomp in this Gurudara. Here every year on Sharad Purnima, special medicine for asthma is distributed from 6 pm to 11 pm. There is also a Gaushala in the Gurudara. In which about 150 cows are served. Langar is served continuously in the Gurudara. There is no employee here but around 300 sevadars live here who do service. There is proper arrangement for stay here by Gurudwara Committee which has 50 air-conditioned rooms and 40 general rooms. Millions of devotees and tourists come here every year from India.

5 Things to Do at guru ka tal gurudwara

  1. Before entering the gurdwara, cover your head.
  2. You should remove your shoes and socks before entering the premises.
  3. Do not dress inappropriately.
  4. You should lower your head. When you enter the holy place, bow down and place your forehead on the floor to pay respect to the Guru.
  5. After visiting and praying in the main hall, proceed to the Gurudwara's langar hall, which is a free kitchen where everyone, regardless of caste or religion, can sit together on mats and share the same langar.

Closed, Open, Timings

All Days Open 24 Hours


Mathura-Rd, Guru Ka Taal, Agra, Uttar-Pradesh-282007, INDIA


Guru Ka Tal Gurudwara is a good example of standing up for one's religious beliefs, no matter what happens or who opposes them. Apart from being a major place of worship, it has a fascinating history and is well worth a visit while in Agra. So plan a trip to Agra and pay a visit to the Guru Ka Tal Gurudwara.


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